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Numbers & Math

Lesson Plan
3 weeks 2 days ago
students learn how to count from 0 to 1000 students learn Arabic numbers symbols
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 2 days ago
By the end of this month-unit-plan, students will be able to: 1- Recognize the countries and capitals in the Arab World. 2- Ask about the nationality and where people are from. 3- Make sentences using different subject pronouns. 4- Name family members and speak about their families. 5- Use adjective to describe the shape of the body. 6- Ask questions about how others look like. 7- Name some animals and birds. 8- Name some jobs and places where people work. 9- Use some action words to describe activities and where they are performed. 10- Identify some common vehicles in the town. 11- Differentiate between time periods within a day (Re. Greetings). 12- Count from twenty to a hundred. 13- Use demonstrative pronouns to form meaningful sentences. 14- Ask about and tell the time. 15- Say the four directions (north , south, east, west)
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 3 days ago
1. Be able to greet in Chinese. 2. Be able to introduce and give some basic information about themselves. 3. Be able to introduce their family members. 4. Be able to count from 1 to 10
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 3 days ago
What students will be able to do by the end of this unit: Speaking/ Listening (interpersonal and presentational) • I can greet and address people appropriately based on their title and the time of day. • I can respond appropriately to greetings in a variety of ways. • I can tell someone what my last name, first name, age, and phone number is. • I can ask someone what their last name, first name, age, and phone number is. • I can understand someone talking about their name, age, nationality, and their phone number. • I can ask and answer Y/N questions. • I can interact with my teacher and classmates in Chinese, saying things such as: please, thanks, sorry, etc… Reading (interpretive) • I can recognize the numbers 0-10,000 • I can recognize some common characters taught in this lesson. Writing (presentational) • I can write my phone number. • I can write the Chinese Characters for numbers from 1-10,000.
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 4 days ago
Goals (What should students know & be able to do by the end of the unit?): • Count numbers by showing fingers. • Compare ways to show numbers 1-10. • Say numbers from 1-100 and be aware how numbers are said in Chinese. • Be aware of lucky and unlucky numbers in different cultures. • Ask for and tell telephone numbers. • Do simple addition and subtraction. • Write a monthly calendar. • Say the date in terms of the year, month, day, the day of the week. • Say the dates of holidays and birthdays. • Ask and answer the age. • Say the time by the clock. • Say the times of daily routines
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 4 days ago
Get the students to know how to greet each other; the number 1-10; the colors, the family members and hobbies.
Lesson Plan
1 month 11 hours ago
1. To be able to introduce their ages 2. To be able to understand the custom of celebrating birthday in China.
Lesson Plan
1 month 12 hours ago
1. To be able to introduce their names , ages and favorite colors 2. To be able to count from 1-10
Lesson Plan
1 month 2 days ago
The students will be able to greet each other in Arabic Ask about each other’s names. Answer the question of what’s your name in Arabic Count, understand, read and write numbers from (1-10) Understand the Arabic words for directions
Lesson Plan
1 month 3 weeks ago
Students will be able to count from 0 to 10 in Chinese. Students will be able to know how Chinese people express 1-10 using one hand instead of two. Students will be understand it when Chinese people express "8" with their hand, and can explain to other people (friends, family, etc.) in case of un pleasant misunderstanding.

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