Arabic 1 Lesson 3 Review Wed. 9/20
LESSON3: Seen, Sheen, Saad, Daad, Taa, Dhaa الدرس الثالث
Amazing News for Students- أخبار للطلاب
All assignments have been graded as of last night. MABROUK (Congrats) ya Shabab! Most of the students received 100%, which is AMAZING!! Please keep that up.
SHABAB.. You should be very proud of all your efforts and feel spectacular about the grade you have earned.
Great job making up your missed assignments and attending your language coaching sessions too! Everyone in this class ROCKS!
Progress report for lessons 1&2 has been sent to school last night. Amazing results!! Your school should have it available in the next 2 days. Please check your grade and read my feedback.
This week in ِArabic 1, we will continue to work on lesson 3. Two weeks ago, we had started Conversation coaching Sessions! Remember that students are required to attend coaching sessions during their scheduled time. It's 20% of their grade. Coaching sessions are twice a week for 45 minutes per session. Students are required to make up any missed sessions. Many of the students did an AWESOME job attending both coaching sessions. Their coaches and I are amazed of their progress in writing from right to left!
This week in lesson 3: we are learning the next 6 letters in Arabic " Seen, Sheen, Saad, Daad, Taa, Dhaa ". In the "Culture Corner" of this lesson, students will learn about the influence of Arab mathematicians and scientists (Al-Khwarizmi) on our current civilization. There are also assignments that will be due for this lesson. These assignments needs to be submitted by the due date listed on the calendar.
Click to learn how to read & write the letters and new vocabulary words in this lesson. You NEED to watch this video before you do any assignments in this lesson.
Lesson 3 Objectives: أهداف تعليم الدرس الثالث
- In the "Culture Corner" of this lesson, students will learn about the influence of Arab mathematicians and scientists (Al-Khwarizmi) on our current civilization.
- How to read, write, pronounce and recognize six Arabic letters: س = Seen - ش = Sheen - ص = Saad – ض = Daad - ط = Taa – ظ = Dhaa
- How to identify the different shapes of these 6 letters in their different positions in a word.
- How to use the personal pronouns I, he, & she (أنا - هو- هي)
- You will also watch 2 videos:
- 1) How to write 6 new Arabic letters,
- 2) How to use the 3 personal pronouns (I, he, she) and say them in Arabic.
- How to use common words of praise.
Click to learn how to use personal pronouns (I, he, she) and other grammatical concepts introduced in this lesson. You NEED to watch this video before you do any assignments in this lesson.
Review Arabic Numbers!
I noticed that some students are having trouble spelling the numbers 11-20 in Arabic, and remembering to write from right to left. Here is a useful link to a fun quizlet online practice games to help with these topics! Remember -- PRACTICE MAKES PERMANENT! You can view the flashcards, race the teacher, play scatter and test yourself. Make sure to listen to Ostatha Somia pronouncing the numbers.
HOW TO READ MY FEEDBACK ON STUDENTS GRADED ASSIGNMENTS??
Your Grades and My Comments:
To find my feedback that I left for your graded assignments, go to your grades and Don't forget to click the caption icon beside the grade to see my feedback on things! Remember, If you didn't get a 100 on a writing or speaking assignment, remember you can redo it to make it a 100!