Arabic 2 Course Outline

Author
Alshimaa Salama
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Arabic 2 lays the foundation for students to use Arabic effectively as a means of practical communication. There is a strong emphasis on Arabic as a foreign language of choice in diplomacy, finance, travel, politics and law. Students will have good understanding of the geographic location of Arabic speaking countries throughout the Middle East and an overview of their culture and history.

Arabic 1 Course Outline

Author
Alshimaa Salama
Language
Language Level

Arabic I lays the foundation for students to use Arabic effectively as a means of practical communication. There is a strong emphasis on Arabic as a foreign language of choice in diplomacy, finance, travel, politics and law. Students will have good understanding of the geographic location of Arabic speaking countries throughout the middle east  and an overview of their culture and history.

A Day in the Life of Students in Egypt

Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 20:34
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žA presentation about a typical school day in Egypt. It is used to ask students what they think school is like in Egypt, tell them about school system and daily routine, and have them compare the two systems in Egypt and America. By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

  1. Know the routine of the school day for teachers and students in Egypt.
  2. Compare a school day in Egypt and in America.

Spring Festival in Egypt

Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 19:52
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A presentation is about Sham Al-naseem or Spring festival in Egypt. It can be used for culture presentations and/or Arabic reading practice as it has Arabic and English slides. By the end of the presentation the participants will:

  1. Know what Sham Al-naseem is and when it started.
  2. Speak about what the Egyptians do on that day.
  3. Make some foods for Sham Al-naseem.

Food and Dining Etiquette in the Arab World

Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 19:41
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During this presentation on "Food and Dining Etiquette in the Arab World" participants will:

  1. Demonstrate how people in the Arab world act - concerning food etiquette , during an invitation  
  2. Compare some Arabic foods and American foods.

Celebration of the Seventh Day of a Baby

Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 19:31
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The goals of this presentation are:

1.  Learn  what  Alsobo’ (السبوع) is and where it comes from.

2.  Tell what the Egyptians  usually do on this celebration.

3.  Compare it to any similar procedures in  America.

4  Sing the traditional song of  السبوع  in Arabic.

Marriage Ceremonies in Egypt

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 - 23:15
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The presentation materials can be used to discuss the marriage ceremonies in Egypt. By the end of the presentation participants will be able to:

1 Demonstrate how people of Egypt prepare for marriage

2 Compare marriage ceremonies in Egypt and America

 

Outreach about Egypt and Its Historic Sites

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 - 23:02
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The outreach materials can be used to make presentation about Egypt and its tourist site.  At the end of the presentation the participants will:

—1 Learn about Egypt and its major historic sites.        

2. Learn  what  different people  wear in Egypt.

3. Name some  Egyptian clothes in the past and now.

—4. Learn about clothing culture in Egypt.

Weather and Seasons

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 - 22:43
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This Week-long unit  plan is about the weather and four seasons.At the end of the unit the students will be able to:

1. name the seasons of the year in Arabic

2 write sentences about the weather in Arabic

3. Speak about what the weather is like in different seasons.