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Arabic

Lesson Plan
21 hours 41 min ago
students learn how to count from 0 to 1000 students learn Arabic numbers symbols
Curricula
1 day 10 hours ago
By the end of the unit ss will be able to : -Recognize the names of some colors in Arabic. -Use different colors to describe fruit, vegetables and objects - Ask and answer about colors. - ما هذا اللون؟ -Say their favorite colors. لوني المُفَضَل هو.. -Learn & say some fruits & vegetables in Arabic -Use the colors to describe fruits & vegetables -Learn and use some Arabic adjectives about (shape- size- taste) - Use the colors & other adjectives to describe fruits & vegetables. - Fulfil some assessments that cover the unit. - Differentiate between the feminine & masculine adjective كبير/كبيره، أزرق/زرقاء - Recognize some kinds of fruits& vegetables in Arabic. - Say their colors, taste, shape, size& taste. - Express likes and dislikes - Ask and answer about fruits I/you like. - -make a presentation about their favorite fruit & vegetable - - Fulfill the monthly written exam
Lesson Plan
1 day 16 hours 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
2 days 17 hours ago
By the end of the unit students will able to: - know the family vocab - say some the family vocab - Identify the family words - Use the family words to talk about themselves
Lesson Plan
3 days 7 hours ago
unit plan for 1 grade immersion about celebrations
Lesson Plan
3 days 20 hours ago
By the end of this unit students will be able to: Learn names of different food items in Arabic. Ask “What is your favorite food?” in Arabic. Learn colors in Arabic. Learn Names of some traditional food in the Arab world. Asking about price in Arabic.
Lesson Plan
1 week 19 hours ago
By the end of the lesson students will be able to: Use the Arabic words to express different colors. Identify the different colors when they hear their words in Arabic Express their favorite colors in Arabic Write some Arabic words for the colors.
Lesson Plan
1 week 2 days ago
SWBAT:- -know and use some common greetings and expressions. - respond to some common Arabic greetings. - give a very basic introduction to themselves. - count from 1 to 20 in Arabic. - say how old they are. -Name some countries in Arabic and say where they are from. -Identify basic colors in Arabic. -Identify some fruits in Arabic and tell their color. -Say what their favorite fruit is. -Identify some wild animals. -tell the color of some animals. -Learn about wild animals in Egypt.
Curricula
1 week 2 days ago
Students will be able to identify different Arab countries. They will recognize the flag of each country. They will be able to start a dialogue about different people and where are they from .
Lesson Plan
1 week 2 days ago
• By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to: 1. Name 16 countries and their capitals in Arabic. 2. Ask and answer the question “ What is the Capital of ……? " ما عاصمة.........؟" 3. Ask and answer the question “ What is the language of the people in ….?”

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