LAUSD Arabic Teachers

This is a group designed for the LAUSD Arabic teachers to share resources, and communicate information about issues in regards to teaching Arabic in the district.
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Grimm Grammar

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An online German grammar reference, featuring zany post-modern Grimm's fairy tale characters, authoritative grammar explanations, self-correcting exercises, online audio and cartoon images.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Assessment, Homework/Assignment

Author: Abrams, Zsuzsanna

School Arabia Grammar Lessons

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This is a collection of individual explanations of various grammatical topics from the basic to the complex, such as the pronouns, the five nouns, the verb kaana and its sisters, and so on. The explanations and descriptions are aimed at high school students who are native speakers of Arabic who are studying Arabic grammar s in high school; as such, the explanations are entirely in Arabic.

Material Type: Reading

Speak Moroccan Arabic Lessons

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This site utilizes textual instructions and occasional videos to instruct visitors in Moroccan Arabic. The lessons are basic, and cover the most fundamental aspects of Moroccan Arabic grammar. Lessons cover the basic parts of speech as well as providing numerous word lists.

Material Type: Lesson

Arab Culture Through Literature and Film

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Arab Culture through Literature and Film is a five unit high school curriculum that provides students with knowledge and tools toanalyze and understand the Arab world. The materials utilize a student-centered pedagogical approach that promotes critical thinking and respect and encourages engaged global citizenship. Through this curriculum, students will recognize shared themes across the region and gain a sense of the rich diversity inherent to the multidimensional cultures of the Arab world. Students will study life and culture in the Arab world and engage with primary sources including films, short stories, and poems. Exposing students to Arab voices and putting human faces on the Arab world will increase understanding and tolerance in the American classroom.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Lesson Plan, Reading, Unit of Study