Arabic

Lesson Plan
8 months 3 weeks ago
1- recognize a famous Character in Arabic literature. 2- deduce the moral lesson of the story. 3- draw Juha and his donkey, paying attention to the clothes Juha wears.
Lesson Plan
9 months 1 day ago
Objective - By the end of the lesson students will be able to: -Identify the names of seasons of the year. - Use the adjectives (sunny, windy, rainy, snowy) to describe the weather. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1k6vFUdsSfIYT-efej3tF6T8lFCLg88JC/view?u...
Lesson Plan
9 months 2 days ago
The main objective for this class is to let students remember the clothing words and use them in sentences to increse their speaking and writing skills.
Assessment
9 months 2 days ago
By the end of this quiz, students will be able to define body parts and describe people. This assessment was part of online teaching. After presenting the lesson and the new vocabulary, students answer a Socrative quiz
Lesson Plan
9 months 4 weeks ago
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1- revise family members: father, mother, sister and brother 2- name grandma and grandpa in Arabic 3- say “ I love…” 4- sing a song about family
Lesson Plan
9 months 4 weeks ago
By the end of the outreach, Students will be able to: 1- revise how to say hi n Arabic. 2- recognize which content Egypt is located in. 3- identify 5 main water bodies in Egypt. 4- draw a map of Egypt. 5- label the 5 main water bodies on the map of Egypt
Lesson Plan
10 months 20 hours ago
By the end of this lesson Students will be able to: - Recognize and pronounce House items names in Arabic - Ask and answer question about what you have in your house - Conjugate verbs with singular, dual and plural subjects
Lesson Plan
10 months 20 hours ago
This lesson is about the topic of the day "Corona virus". What is it? How it passes from someone to another, Symptoms, and precautions. All this is very useful when talking in the target language.
Lesson Plan
10 months 1 day ago
1- Students will be able to start a conversation, and ask about and express different feelings in Arabic: How are you today? How do you feel? I’m doing good, I’m not doing good, I’m sad, happy, tired, angry and sick 2- Students will be able to use these questions and expressions to start a conversation with their peers
Lesson Plan
10 months 1 day ago
Objectives:By the end of the lesson students will be able to: - say the names of some vegetables and fruits in Arabic. - identify the names of the Egyptian currency. - make their own paper Egyptian money. - create a simulation of an Egyptian vegetables and fruits market. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1LM-xMzRhJHGDMGt43jGxi9oOENBBqVZk...

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