Arabic teaching resources: School, education and the world of work

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Kids oral presentation kit

Kids oral presentation kit

This activity is meant to enhance the junior learners' ability of memorising and narrating stories in Arabic. The kit includes the open source files of visual presentation, the transcript and a letter for the parents to use as a template. Based on the book: Let's learn Arabic Vol. 1.

By susanali

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Complete daily phrases bundle

Complete daily phrases bundle

If you are looking for a resources to facilitate the daily usage of Arabic most common phrases and expressions, then this bundle is your way to go. Get your student familiar with: please, can you?, sure and thank you. Recruit the classroom tools for never-ending practicing.

By susanali

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The Alif Baa Mind at Ease Bundle

The Alif Baa Mind at Ease Bundle

If you are using Alif Baa for your student, then this is the perfect bundle for you. Make your first four lessons completely hassle free with this bundle. Just focus on your voice, breath and outfit.

By susanali

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Whole school asembly bundle

Whole school asembly bundle

Here you have 4 whole school assemblies. Two of them I used for new year assemblies but they could be used anytime of the year with slight alteration. Each one was used successfully with all year groups from year 7 to 11 and lasted for 15 minutes easily.Grab yourself a bargain and save yourself some time.

By jonnyve

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The word game

The word game

A lingual-thinking game with instructions that is designed to be played in the class, it meant to increase junior students' diction, can be used by as a board with dices. Document dimensions (39cm X 36cm).

By susanali

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First day kit

First day kit

Be armed with the resources you need for the first session no matter where or who you teach Arabic!

By susanali

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Extra curricular activities

Extra curricular activities

Extra curricular activities and games to be performed as a homework or in-class-activity - based on Arabic between your hand curriculum units 1 to 4 .

By susanali

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Alif Baa shami video scenes transcripts - Word version

Alif Baa shami video scenes transcripts - Word version

Use those transcripts to enhance your students listening skills. You can ask them to write in MSA the corresponding text or any other creative exercise.This open-sourced version is completely editable so you customize it as much as you need.

By susanali

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Question Bank - Saudi colloquial

Question Bank - Saudi colloquial

This question back based on Alif Baa curriculum provides a wide variety of ready made phrases and questions in which are used in everyday language by activating the same lists of basic vocabulary.

By susanali

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Arabic Phonics for Foreign Language/Second Language Learners

Arabic Phonics for Foreign Language/Second Language Learners

A fun pack that includes 31 slides includes an english word and the english/arabic using transliteration along with a fun image to match! Ideal for Early Years and/or Key Stage One. Bilingual children who struggle with arabic will be able to grasp these arabic sounds easier with the transliteration and the english words on the same page!

By PollyPuddleduck

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Whole school assembly bundle

Whole school assembly bundle

Here I have 6 whole school assemblies which have previously sold individually and they have been very popular with no negative feedback. I've presented them myself as Head of House and they have all lasted around 15 minutes. With a 50% discount save yourself some time, hassle and money for the next few terms. Thanks for looking.

By jonnyve

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'An Inspector Calls' - AQA full scheme of work KS4

'An Inspector Calls' - AQA full scheme of work KS4

This 6-7 week unit explores the characters within the play, aiming to encourage pupils to develop a thorough understanding and explore key ideas presented within the text. The initial introduction of characters is through a 'First impressions' lesson that considers how Priestly introduces each character. After that, each character is explored in an independent lesson, developing analysis skills as well as writing skills through creative tasks such as writing in role and creating a 'plea' for Mrs Birling to change her ways. Key themes (generations/ class/ responsibility) are also explored, challenging pupils to identify their meaning and consider Priestley's intentions, making direct links to context, in particular, the concepts of capitalism and socialism. Each lesson links directly to the AQA Assessment Objectives for English Literature (new spec) to establish a deeper understanding of the success criteria.

By Kirsty_h

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Growth Mind Set Assembly

Growth Mind Set Assembly

I used this assembly as an introduction to a new whole school drive on improving students numeracy through a tutor time activity called the maths Olympics.The assembly starts with a video which shows photos of a boy from birth to 11. The students were mesmerised by it and it meant they all came in nice and calmly.The assembly looks at the number of days and hours students have been alive and what they have done with their time and focuses on the importance of having a growth mind set to make the most of their time.The assembly lasts around 15 minutes and worked really well.Enjoy

By jonnyve

I Have Who Has Arabic Alphabet Game

I Have Who Has Arabic Alphabet Game

I Have Who Has is a great game to play whole class to practice numbers, additions/subtraction fact, sight words, or in this case, the Arabic Alphabet. Each student takes a card and reads which letter of the alphabet they have, followed by who has the next letter. EX: "I have A, Who has B?" (English Version)The child that has the corresponding letter reads their card and so on, until every card has been read.This pack includes:1 set of cards with all Arabic words and letters1 set of cards with English words and Arabic lettersPlease make sure to rate and leave feedback, and to check out some of my other great products! Thanks!

By LyndsDive