KS 2 Ancient Greece - Where is Greece? What can we find out about the Ancient Greeks?

KS 2 Ancient Greece - Where is Greece? What can we find out about the Ancient Greeks?

Lesson in the series of Ancient Greeks which you can use in response to children's interests, all linked to the theme Ancient Greece. This lesson looks at where in the world is Greece, countries in Europe and provides a framework for pupils to carry out independent research using the internet, recording answers on a worksheet, giving a clear scaffold and learning experience to keep children on task and avoiding 'copying and pasting'. It is scaffolded with specific questions linking to specific websites and differentiated for MAP (middle ability pupils), LAP and HAP. It covers literacy skills and supports reading for information, note taking and sentence writing. Maps, objectives, review and teaching pages are included, along with the differentiated worksheets. Pictures have been referenced and are taken at the British Museum, freepiks, flickr (non licensed, fully copyright free to share) and other sites referenced on the notebook, all copyright free for educational purpose
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Prophet Muhammed Play

Prophet Muhammed Play

This play is about the early life of Prophet Muhammed. Perfect for an Assembly on Islam, Muhammed, Origins of Islam or a general RE Assembly. Includes his early life in Mecca. 5 files - Play script, Synopsis, Song Options , Props needed and Powerpoint background images.
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Musical Arabic Song/Chant for Learning Arabic at Any Age ( Body)

Musical Arabic Song/Chant for Learning Arabic at Any Age ( Body)

Musical Arabic is an innovative collection of downloadable worksheets / MP3 that pleasantly teaches and reinforces Modern Standard Arabic in a fun and non-threatening way. This song/chant is about the prts of the body.The book contains the scripts of the 22 lively chants, rhythms and songs (alphabet, birthday, family, countries, days, everyday expressions, possessives, simple verb conjugations, etc.) in both Arabic script and phonetic (Romanized or transliterations) scripts for easier understanding by all students. There are many exercises that follow the lessons of the songs and also a picture glossary so that the learner may understand the songs without cumbersome translations. Musical Arabic is used successfully in many elementary, middle and high schools as well as colleges and institutions across the world. Musical Arabic can be used either as a supplement or as a basis around which the rest of the curriculum is based. It is a good addition to your good curriculum. I wrote and recorded “Musical Arabic” so that I, a teacher and language learner, could learn Arabic a way that would work well for me and others like me. As Oraib Mango, Arabic Instructor at ASU (Arizona) says, “ I like to use music in my classes because it offers students other ways to learn. I usually use Musical Arabic to supplement the material that we study in the textbook. For example, when we go over numbers, we listen to the song about numbers. Many students find that it helps them a lot to retain the vocabulary words and expressions when they are accompanied by music. I find useful the songs about: numbers, days of the week, colors, interrogatives, countries, fruit, weather, conversation, pronouns and others.” This packet includes: - The words to the song in Araboc script - The words to the song in Romanized script - Exercises in both types of scripts (see the PREVIEWS) - Professionally recorded MP# - Picture Glossary To listen to this and other musical chants in this collection, click on the URL below: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/musical-arabic-chants-rhythms-and-rhymes-for-learning-arabic-at-any-age-short-sound-samples-11174938
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Musical Arabic -Teaching Arabic for Any Age (Song/Chant about Arabic Countries)

Musical Arabic -Teaching Arabic for Any Age (Song/Chant about Arabic Countries)

Musical Arabic Teaching Arabic for Any Age (Song/Chant about Arabic Countries) is an innovative collection of downloadable worksheets / MP3 that pleasantly teaches and reinforces Modern Standard Arabic in a fun and non-threatening way. The support sheets are provided in both Arabic script and phonetic (Romanized or transliterations) scripts for easier understanding by all students. (see previews). Musical Arabic is used successfully in many elementary, middle and high schools as well as colleges and institutions across the world. Musical Arabic can be used either as a supplement or as a basis around which the rest of the curriculum is based. . I wrote and recorded “Musical Arabic” so that I, a teacher and language learner, could learn Arabic a way that would work well for me and others like me. As Oraib Mango, Arabic Instructor at ASU (Arizona) says, “ I like to use music in my classes because it offers students other ways to learn. I usually use Musical Arabic to supplement the material that we study in the textbook. For example, when we go over numbers, we listen to the song about numbers. Many students find that it helps them a lot to retain the vocabulary words and expressions when they are accompanied by music. " To listen tho this and other sound clips from this collection, click on the url below: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/musical-arabic-chants-rhythms-and-rhymes-for-learning-arabic-at-any-age-short-sound-samples-11174938
lonniedaizovi
Musical Arabic - Song/Chant  Teaching About the Weather

Musical Arabic - Song/Chant Teaching About the Weather

Musical Arabic - Songs/Chants teaching about the weather is an innovative downloadable worksheet/MP3 packet combination that pleasantly and gently teaches and reinforces Modern Standard Arabic in a fun and non-threatening way. This packet is written in both Arabic script and Romanized Arabic (for those that have problems, like I do, in reading Arabic). The packet includes: - The professionally recorded MP3 - The words to the song in Arabic script - -The words to the song in Romanized script (for immediate “reading” those not yet ready to read Arabic - Worksheets for reinforcement written in both scripts To listen to this and other song/chants in this collection, click on the URL below: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/musical-arabic-chants-rhythms-and-rhymes-for-learning-arabic-at-any-age-short-sound-samples-11174938
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Musical Arabic Songs/Chants  For Learning Arabic at Any  (Body Ailments)

Musical Arabic Songs/Chants For Learning Arabic at Any (Body Ailments)

Musical Arabic Songs/Chant For Learning Arabic at Any (Body Ailments) downloadable worksheets / MP3 combination that pleasantly teaches and reinforces Modern Standard Arabic in a fun and non-threatening way. This packet teaches the body ailments. with support worksheets writteni n both Arabic script and phonetic (Romanized or transliterations) scripts for easier understanding by all students. There are exercises that follow the lessons of the songs and also a picture glossary so that the learner may understand the songs without cumbersome translations. Musical Arabic is used successfully in many elementary, middle and high schools as well as colleges and institutions across the world. Musical Arabic can be used either as a supplement or as a basis around which the rest of the curriculum is based. It is a good addition to your existing curriculum. I wrote and recorded “Musical Arabic” so that I, a teacher and language learner, could learn Arabic a way that would work well for me and others like me. As Oraib Mango, Arabic Instructor at ASU (Arizona) says, “ I like to use music in my classes because it offers students other ways to learn. I usually use Musical Arabic to supplement the material that we study in the textbook. For example, when we go over numbers, we listen to the song about numbers. Many students find that it helps them a lot to retain the vocabulary words and expressions when they are accompanied by music. To listen to this and other song s in this collection, click on the URL below. https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/musical-arabic-chants-rhythms-and-rhymes-for-learning-arabic-at-any-age-short-sound-samples-1117493
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Musical Arabic  for Learning Arabic at Any Age - Places in Town

Musical Arabic for Learning Arabic at Any Age - Places in Town

Musical Arabic for Learning Arabic at Any Age - Places in Town is an innovative collection of downloadable worksheets / MP3 that pleasantly teaches and reinforces Modern Standard Arabic in a fun and non-threatening way. The support sheets are provided in both Arabic script and phonetic (Romanized or transliterations) scripts for easier understanding by all students. (see previews). Musical Arabic is used successfully in many elementary, middle and high schools as well as colleges and institutions across the world. Musical Arabic can be used either as a supplement or as a basis around which the rest of the curriculum is based. It is a good addition to Alif Baa or Al-Kitaab or other excellent series. I wrote and recorded “Musical Arabic” so that I, a teacher and language learner, could learn Arabic a way that would work well for me and others like me. As Oraib Mango, Arabic Instructor at ASU (Arizona) says, “ I like to use music in my classes because it offers students other ways to learn. I usually use Musical Arabic to supplement the material that we study in the textbook. For example, when we go over numbers, we listen to the song about numbers. Many students find that it helps them a lot to retain the vocabulary words and expressions when they are accompanied by music. " To listen tho this and other sound clips from this collection, click on the url below: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/musical-arabic-chants-rhythms-and-rhymes-for-learning-arabic-at-any-age-short-sound-samples-11174938
lonniedaizovi
Diwali - Counting to 10 - PowerPoint and Teaching Display Materials + Diwali mandala colouring book

Diwali - Counting to 10 - PowerPoint and Teaching Display Materials + Diwali mandala colouring book

Count to 10 using Diwali as a focal point. You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different numbers and items being shown in each of the photos. The numbers are first shown in one way, and then mixed up and shown in a different order to consolidate their learning. I added Diwali mandala colouring book to help them further improve their fine motor skills colouring. You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about Diwali – Counting to 10. The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different Diwali – Counting to 10 Lamps. The photos could also be used to sort numbers or to use them to add or subtract different numbers.
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