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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
Arabic Prepositions

Arabic Prepositions

This Activity sheet is to help students understand how to use prepositions in Arabic sentences. It also includes answers, keyword section and rules.
ziya
Learning Arabic Is Fun! - Bundle

Learning Arabic Is Fun! - Bundle

Are you learning Arabic? Are you looking for a fun way to learn Arabic? I have developed a way to learn different languages based on my experience as an ESL teacher. This pack has 57 different settings for students to talk about in Arabic. The worksheets themselves are in English and the students do need to translate the places and objects they see into Arabic. At the end of the session, the students can play a fun game of word bingo to show they have mastered that day's vocabulary. Try it, it is a lot of fun for everyone!
peterfogarty
Basic Grammar

Basic Grammar

Facilitate Arabic grammar for you and your students with this bundle. Make it simple, colourful and joyful.
TheArabicInstitute
Word Empowering

Word Empowering

This worksheet can be used to introduce/practice vocabulary (verbs). This can be used by the teacher for reading, speaking and writing. The worksheet includes a space for writing the sentence after answering the question. The worksheet (as clear from the preview) some images that can be used for further questions the teacher can ask to get the learners speak. This worksheet can be used as material for classroom activities or homework.
Nizart
Word Empowering (verbs)

Word Empowering (verbs)

This worksheet can be used to introduce/practice vocabulary (verbs). This can be used by the teacher for reading, speaking and writing. The worksheet includes a space for writing the sentence after answering the question. The worksheet (as clear from the preview) some images that can be used for further questions the teacher can ask to get the learners speak. This worksheet can be used as material for classroom activities or homework.
Nizart
Reading/Writing worksheets

Reading/Writing worksheets

This worksheet can be used to introduce/practice vocabulary (verbs). This can be used by the teacher for reading, speaking and writing. The worksheet includes a space for writing the sentence after answering the question. The worksheet (as clear from the preview) some images that can be used for further questions the teacher can ask to get the learners speak. This worksheet can be used as material for classroom activities or homework.
Nizart
Reading /Writing worksheet

Reading /Writing worksheet

This worksheet can be used to introduce/practice vocabulary (verbs). This can be used by the teacher for reading, speaking and writing. The worksheet includes a space for writing the sentence after answering the question. The worksheet (as clear from the preview) some images that can be used for further questions the teacher can ask to get the learners speak. This worksheet can be used as material for classroom activities or homework.
Nizart
Dialogue

Dialogue

This lesson includes: introducing one's self talking about places using greetings asking simple questions present and future tenses
Nizart
YEAR 6 SATS CHALLENGE. Subordinating and co-ordinating conjunctions, main and suborindating clauses

YEAR 6 SATS CHALLENGE. Subordinating and co-ordinating conjunctions, main and suborindating clauses

YEAR 6 SATS PREPERATION CHALLENGE Can your class identify the difference between subordinating conjunctions and prepositions? Can they identify the difference between main clauses and subordinate clauses? Teaching tip-- To identify the difference between subordinate conjunctions and prepositions the children need to establish if the underlined text is part of a subordinate clause or a prepositional phrase. Once they understand that clauses have a subject and verb these can be easily solved. ANSWER SHEET INCLUDED!
JasmineKay-Moyle
SPAG Test revision - everything you need to know - Part 1

SPAG Test revision - everything you need to know - Part 1

In this Powerpoint, the following 10 topics are covered and all the slides and hyperlinked for easy navigation through the presentation - All the hard work is done for you! The only thing for you to do is 'click'. Topics covered: Nouns Active and passive voice subordinating conjunctions and prepositions Me or I use Prefixes and suffixes Clauses and noun phrases Contractions relative clauses Modal verbs There are 55 full slides of explanations, activities and answer sheets for the children to explore and work on. Part 2 is under construction and should be available soon.
miketaylorsthelens
5 Great Grammar Games

5 Great Grammar Games

Ideal for starters, or shorter activities, these interactive games are a really fun way of learning about and revising nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, and connecting words. Each game is self contained, and so they can be used together or seperately.
londinius
Basic_Arabic Speaking_Test_Phrases

Basic_Arabic Speaking_Test_Phrases

Very useful phrases to prepare for the GCSE Arabic exam. The phrases cover many topics such as the family, the house, the school, the town and many more.
alkhazragi
Writing: improving accuracy through inductive learning

Writing: improving accuracy through inductive learning

Students often retain the effects of correction better when they make changes themselves. If they can do this under guidance from an expert helper, such as their teacher, mentor or foreign penfriend, so much the better. This writing activity is designed to work in the browser of any computer, iPad or tablet Teachers assign something they would like their students to write (they can create their own title if desired). It could be a sentence or two, a full composition, or term papers. The teacher tells their students to write their text at https://schoolshape.com/write. (If practising a foreign language accents are on the keyboard provided on tablets) The students write their text in the space. The students click the ‘send’ button and enter their expert helper’s email address. In the expert helper’s email inbox will be a message stating the name of the student and a link to their work. The expert helper will be able to make corrections to any orthographical mistakes in the work. The student will immediately see some red underlinings in his/her writing. The student will not see the corrected answer, but will have an opportunity to correct the work by following some hints generated by the system. At the foot of the student’s assignment there is a continuously updated record of the accuracy of his/her writing.
rabyte