Presentation on theme: "-Arabic is considered the fifth most widely spoken language in the world used by more than 250 million people. -Helps our children understand UAEs culture."— Presentation transcript:
-Arabic is considered the fifth most widely spoken language in the world used by more than 250 million people. -Helps our children understand UAEs culture and assimilate. -Improve future job prospects. Why does Arabic matter?
Our goal Is to help your child enjoy learning Arabic and improve their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.
Mrs. Marwa Arabic and Islamic Mrs. Marwa Arabic and Islamic Mrs. Nisreen Arabic Mrs. Nisreen Arabic Mrs. Rula Arabic Mrs. Rula Arabic Mrs.HussamiArabic(foundation) Mrs.HussamiArabic(foundation) Arabic Department team
Arabic Curriculum-Non Arabs Arabic Curriculum-Non Arabs The Arabic program explores the Arabic culture and language to enrich each students experience of living in Dubai and consists of : Year 1 : Introduction to Arabic letters and numbers. Colors, fruits, vegetables and animals names. Topics: Classroom, play Room, activity room, art room and the playground. Year 2: Develop writing skills further with a main focus on joining letters to write words. Topics: family, school garden, music room, sitting room, kitchen and the zoo.
Arabic Curriculum-Non Arabs Arabic Curriculum-Non Arabs Year 3 : Forming short phrases in Arabic. Topics: Shopping (the fruit shop, pet shop and clothes shop). Life in the village. Year 4: Telling time. Topics : Professions, City life and the forest. Year 5: Topics : Dining, sports and seasons. Year 6: Enriching language knowledge through Arabic stories with focus on conversation.
Arabic Curriculum-Arabs Arabic Curriculum-Arabs In addition, Arabic children are expected to : -Have an advanced level of reading and writing. -Link language to Arabic culture. -Comprehension and analysis for texts. -Know some grammatical structures. - Memorise some Arabic poems (Anasheed).
What makes Arabic in Safa so special? Arabic initiated in Foundation Stage. A concert in Arabic language. A focus on employing Arabic into class conversations. A rich Arabic library where children will read books during Arabic lessons and take one book home weekly. And most importantly... Our children love Arabic!