Arabic teaching resources: Texts

Resources and ideas for Arabic, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Time/clock reading in Arabic

Time/clock reading in Arabic

These slides are orgnised to fit an automatic-reading exercise that is facilitating for time/clock reading in Arabic in 12-hour system.

By susanali

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

Alif Baa final assessment - Word

Alif Baa final assessment - Word

Alif Baa final assessment, it covers the entire Alif Baa units. But it can be used to test the student's absorption of basic Arabic skills such as usage of the definitive article (ال) in grammar and connecting letters in wirting.

By susanali

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

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

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

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

Writing table mats ( key stage 2)

Writing table mats ( key stage 2)

Table mats to support the independent writer.included SPaG and writing skill prompts and remindersavailable in three different levels (Get it Write 1, 2, and 3) to suit Key Stage 1, 2, and 3vocabulary, spelling, grammar and punctuationFiction and non fiction writing promptscreative writing

By titan182

The Arabic e-Alphabet Phonics - Qaidah

The Arabic e-Alphabet Phonics - Qaidah

This is a fantastic PowerPoint for English-speaking students to help them visualise the phonetics / phonics of the Arabic letters. This resource could also be used for Persian (Farsi) and Urdu, but may require additional letters.

By hamidmahmood

'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

Alif Baa final assessment - PDF

Alif Baa final assessment - PDF

Alif Baa final assessment, it covers the entire Alif Baa units. But it can be used to test the student's absorption of basic Arabic skills such as usage of the definitive article (ال) in grammar and connecting letters in wirting.

By susanali