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Arabic Vocabulary Sets - Fruit and Vegetables

Arabic Vocabulary Sets - Fruit and Vegetables

This resource is a PowerPoint presentation for parents teaching Arabic to their children. You will find this PowerPoint and others to follow cover a wide range of terms based around a specific grouping in this case it will be fruit and vegetables. The format of the PowerPoint is per slide 4 to 5 static pictures followed by each click of the mouse/ enter on the keyboard the corresponding term for each picture on the slide. The main learning objective is to "Familiarise your child with the names of everyday items in Arabic". I have found that regular review over a week allows a child to memorise and recall ALL the terms contained in a PowerPoint presentation. In terms of differentiation opportunities for stretch and challenge could involve the following: (i) Spelling tests based on each PowerPoint (ii) Cut and match exercises (iii) The core vocabulary around simple sentence construction

By sully99

Science Key Words Translations Arabic of Scientific Skills and Biology

Science Key Words Translations Arabic of Scientific Skills and Biology

These worksheets have translations of key words and definitions from English into Arabic. The translations were done by a professional translator. The worksheets also have 'RAG' column where students can rate their learning in terms of language acquisition. I have uploaded the 'English' versions of the worksheet so you can see what the worksheets say. This resource is useful for anyone who teaches a significant number of arabic speaking students science. If this resources is useful please let me know as I have many more I can upload.

By TeachItResources

The Ultimate Reading Experience Bundle

The Ultimate Reading Experience Bundle

Surrender to the art of reading in Arabic with bundle. Guide your students form class instructions to the parts of speech to the word suffixes and unmatched Arabic consonants. Then crown it all with the first story of Sahlawayhi.

By TheArabicInstitute