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GCSE Arabic Writing Worksheets and Speaking questions

GCSE Arabic Writing Worksheets and Speaking questions

A bundle of worksheets for writing about different topics. Each worksheet comes with a question, suggested key vocab, grammar or suggested expressions in Arabic, a sample written response to the question. Ideal for practice and homework assignments. Topics of this bundle: -Reading books -School trip -Town vs countryside -Visiting a town -About shopping -About the internet -Attending a music event -Work experience The speaking booklet has suggested questions related to each topic of the GCSE Arabic.
chawki
The Ultimate Reading Experience Bundle

The Ultimate Reading Experience Bundle

Surrender to the art of reading in Arabic with bundle. Guide your students form class instructions to the parts of speech to the word suffixes and unmatched Arabic consonants. Then crown it all with the first story of Sahlawayhi.
TheArabicInstitute
Current Refugee Crisis

Current Refugee Crisis

An incredible photo essay of the current refugee crisis in Europe, great to start a lesson or integrate into a unit about refugees. It will engage and rpovoke discussion
wthow
Science in the News September 2015

Science in the News September 2015

Three adapted articles covering; investment in science in Qatar, effect of screen time on GCSE grades and lack of science and maths skills. I use these as posters in my form room but they can be used for a variety of different uses. literacy, reading, news
Rahmich
"Achieving Demanufacture" TEDx talk

"Achieving Demanufacture" TEDx talk

link: http://youtu.be/RMT18tQe3A8 Alastair Arnott is a lecturer in Education at the University of Wolverhampton and speaks internationally. He is thoroughly passionate about empowering children through psychology and education system revolution. Praised by Prof Noam Chomsky of MIT in the US and Prof Mick Waters in the UK, Alastair is a funny, engaging and focused academic. Alastair’s first book: ‘Positive Failure’ [published by Cambridge Academic] has already ruffled the feathers of the political establishment and his second book promises to shake the very ground of an education system in crisis. He has spent a decade working in some of the UK’s most deprived inner city secondary schools. Alastair provides a rigorous, controversial and hard hitting case for why, when and how to achieve educational demanufacture.
Alastair717