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دليل الطالب

دليل الطالب

دليل الطالب - لطلاب كامبريدج - دليل شامل يشرح المطلوب من الطالب في الاختبار الورقة الأولى والورقة الثانية في اللغة العربية
mohamed_saif1974
GCSE literature EAL resource: full book An Inspector Calls in ARABIC

GCSE literature EAL resource: full book An Inspector Calls in ARABIC

This resource is perfect for new to English students and more experienced learners who are trying to access the course material for GCSE literature. The book is translated in full but without the introduction, so background must be set before giving this resource out. It was a really laborious project for our wonderful bilingual TA, so we really hope your students like it!
veryenglishstacie
Sports & My Favourite Sports Personality

Sports & My Favourite Sports Personality

An 8-page unit of work about sports activities, sports personality and tasks including speaking, writing, reading etc… It comes with related vocab index at the end of the unit.
chawki
Me & My Family

Me & My Family

This is a unit of work that includes a reading text with vocab related to family and character description. To be used as a whole lesson in class.
chawki
My Family

My Family

A unit of work on the family in Arabic introducing basic family vocab and consolidating it with tasks.
chawki
My House

My House

A unit about My House with different tasks. 10 pages of varied exercises from speaking to writing. The teacher will just have to set a number of tasks for each lesson with minimum effort. It is a set of sheets of a very good printing quality.
chawki
Arabic Alphabet

Arabic Alphabet

80+ slides explaining how to join the letters of the Arabic alphabet in their isolated, initial, medial and final forms. This presentation includes a few slides on sun and moon letters.
haseebulrehman
Al Biruni - A sample chapter from 'Standing on the Shoulders of Giants'

Al Biruni - A sample chapter from 'Standing on the Shoulders of Giants'

This is a sample chapter from the forthcoming book, ‘Standing on the Shoulders of Giants’ by Tom Burkard and Colin McKenzie. Al Biruni is recognised as one of the greatest scientists of Islam. He was one of the first to recognise the importance of peer review, and his studies straddled the fields of philosophy, maths, astronomy and Earth science. It is aimed at higher ability students, and is an excellent resource for revision, homework or ‘flipped learning’. Further chapters are also being made available for review and evaluation. This chapter tells the story of Al Biruni and details his work on: The Decimal System Gravity Astronomy Geology Density Mineral Hardness Heat and Light Each chapter of Standing on the Shoulders of Giants gives a brief biography of a great physicist and is linked to an explanation of their discoveries that is relevant to the school curriculum. I have used this chapter for revision, homework and as a ‘flipped learning’ activity, where students are encouraged to independently learn the basics of a topic before it is taught in class. Our chapters are also very effective for use in ‘quiet reading’ sessions. The literacy level here is ‘higher’ and we have found this content to be very engaging as extension work for higher ability students.
colmckenzie
Mathematics and English as an additional language

Mathematics and English as an additional language

This guidance for working with pupils new to English highlights the areas that primary school teachers need to take into account when supporting new arrivals who are learning mathematics. It provides guidance on assessing pupils who are at the early stages of learning EAL and makes recommendations on how to make the mathematics curriculum culturally inclusive. It provides practical suggestions on how to support EAL learners learning mathematics in the classroom, arithmetic tests for years 1 to 6 and practical resources in Portuguese, Polish and Arabic.
Integra
11 Arab Proverbs Poster

11 Arab Proverbs Poster

11 Arab proverbs with illustrations, transliteration and meaning for classroom display for Arabic learners.
chawki
pre GCSE revision

pre GCSE revision

these sheets wil help you to revise your Arabic vocabulary understanding before preparing for you GCSE Arabic exam
maydywan
My First Book of Arabic Phrases  Book 1

My First Book of Arabic Phrases Book 1

Book of Arabic Phrases for reading, colouring and writing. 1. Asking and finding out personal information a. Name? b. Greet c. How are you? d. Where are you from? e. Bye! See you later! 2. Asking about favourite things. a. What’s your favourite colour? b. What’s your favourite animal? 3. Asking, 'How many?' a. How old are you? b. How many sweets? c. How many brothers and sisters do you have?
aminaqatar
GCSE / A-Level Photography - Accidental Alphabet Photography

GCSE / A-Level Photography - Accidental Alphabet Photography

Accidental alphabet worksheet. Develops pupils visual awareness and lateral thinking. Visual stimulus and A-Z tick list. Cross Curricular opportunities: Photography Includes: Differentiation Subject-specific vocabulary Independent Learning Cultural Appreciation Stretch and Challenge (G&T) Teamwork
gdoolan84
Creative Writing Lesson Bundle

Creative Writing Lesson Bundle

This bundle includes eight fully differentiated lessons (with support and challenge worksheets) that covers DADWAVERS, similes, anaphora, onomatopoeia, plosives and sibilance. A lengthy Powerpoint (suitable for starters or discreet lessons/intervention) is also included. A great pack for teaching some new terminology and encouraging students to incorporate a variety of devices into their writing. Save over 75% on the cost of buying these separately.
LindseyTill