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Vocabulary for building sentences.

Vocabulary for building sentences.

Students often struggle to create sentences as they have to keep checking the dictionary or going online to check for the correct vocabulary to use. I have create a doubled sided mat with sentence starters, time phrases, adjectives, connectives and many other useful ideas to help connect the sentences,

By ikramnalla

Placement Test - Level A - Formal/Fusha Arabic - Online access

Placement Test - Level A - Formal/Fusha Arabic - Online access

The ultimate hassle-free automated version of the placement test. In this version you don't need to worry about answer key, grades, feedback or anything else that might slow you or your student from assessing their level and start teaching immediately. All what you need to do is filling the enrollment form with your data or your student's and send it to student-support@aliandcompany.net or contact@aliandcompany.net and we will provide you with one tutor account, one course code and unlimited student accounts for 30 days.

By susanali

Musical Arabic for Learning Arabic at Any Age- 21 Packet BUNDLE of Song Worksheets  and MP3s

Musical Arabic for Learning Arabic at Any Age- 21 Packet BUNDLE of Song Worksheets and MP3s

Musical Arabic is an innovative collection of downloadable worksheets / MP3 combination that pleasantly teaches and reinforces Modern Standard Arabic in a fun and non-threatening way. The whole collection contains the scripts of the 21 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 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. I find useful the songs about: numbers, days of the week, colors, interrogatives, countries, fruit, weather, conversation, pronouns and others.” * Only $40 - If purchased separately, this bundle would cost $63!To listen to short song samples from this collection, copy and paste 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

By lonniedaizovi

Musical Arabic Song/Chant  For Learning Arabic at Any Age (birthday song)

Musical Arabic Song/Chant For Learning Arabic at Any Age (birthday song)

Musical Arabic is an innovative collection of downloadable worksheets / MP3 combination that pleasantly teaches and reinforces Modern Standard Arabic in a fun and non-threatening way. This packet teaches a very cheerful song about a birthday. with the written pages in both Arabic script and phonetic (Romanized or transliterations) scripts for easier understanding by all students. . 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 in 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 musicTo hear this and other songs form 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

By lonniedaizovi

German A2 Skills: Ȕbersetzung - Die Umwelt

German A2 Skills: Ȕbersetzung - Die Umwelt

This resource includes 10 translation (EN => DE) worksheets on the topic of the environment.The worksheets allow students to practise the key skill of translating into the target language. The set of ten worksheets enables students to practise vocabulary for the topic of the environment and key grammar points.Grammar includes:- The Passive- Translating "ing" forms- Modal Verbs- Comparatives- Relative Clauses- The Genitive Case- Reflexive verbsTopics include:- Klimawandel- Erneuerbare Energien- Verkehr- Recycling- Abfall- Solarenergie-Globale ProblemeAnswers provided

By Languagesresources

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.

By Nizart

Verbs in Arabic

Verbs in Arabic

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.

By Nizart

Speak, Write And Play In Arabic The Fun Way!

Speak, Write And Play In Arabic The Fun Way!

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!* Please note - these resources provide visual prompts, not specific language instruction.The Arabic Bingo pack: This is a simple starter game for students. There are 114 different pictures to choose from. Select a single picture and project the image on the wall or share it with the class as a hand-out.Let's Talk in Arabic!: This set of cards looks at 57 different settings. The teacher describes something in the top card. The students then use this to model a sentence using the bottom set of pictures. There are lots of things to see and describe in every picture. When the students have completed this task, they can repeat it by working in pairs to discuss each picture.Let's Write in Arabic pack: There are lots of ways of using this teaching pack. It could be used as writing assessment for students learning Arabic. The students could write about a topic in Arabic before starting a unit, and then write again about the topic, using the second worksheet at the end of the topic.

By peterfogarty

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.

By londinius

Arabic

Arabic

In this document, there a number of worksheet that will be useful for Arabic teachers.Worksheets contains in arabicVerbsPreposition and adjectiveSocial activitiesHealth and fitness

By 123birouk

Arabic

Arabic

In this document, there a number of worksheet that will be useful for Arabic teachers.Worksheets contains in Arabic:House, home and daily routineMedia, entertainment and youth cultureEducation, training and employment

By 123birouk

Nominal Sentence Worksheet

Nominal Sentence Worksheet

التدريب على الجملة الإسمية (مبتدأ، صفة، خبر)مراجعة مفردات الألوان والحيوانات والصفات

By nmekky

Musical Arabic -Chants,Rhythms and Rhymes for Learning Arabic at Any Age - Short Sound Samples

Musical Arabic -Chants,Rhythms and Rhymes for Learning Arabic at Any Age - Short Sound Samples

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. 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 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. I find useful the songs about: numbers, days of the week, colors, interrogatives, countries, fruit, weather, conversation, pronouns and others.”

By lonniedaizovi

My Family - Arabic Lesson

My Family - Arabic Lesson

Worksheets that work as a whole lesson. Suitable for class use to consolidate vocabulary and structures to be used to talk about family. This is intended for learners of Arabic as a foreign language.

By chawki