Arabic - Let’s Read Stories (Developing Readers)
In this ongoing class, students will practice reading stories in the Arabic language.
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Completed by 14 learners
learners per class
$7 per class
Meets 5x per week
Runs week after week
25 minutes per class
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▬▬▬▬▬▬ ⭐Course Overview⭐ ▬▬▬▬▬▬ This ongoing class focuses on developing the Arabic language reading skills of non-native Arabic speakers who have a basic vocabulary foundation and can read simple sentences in Arabic. The course is designed for students who can recognize all Arabic letters, forms and vowels. In each class, students will have the opportunity to read stories from Levels D-J of the Reading A-Z series, featuring adventures of children, animals, and other fictional and...
Students will develop reading fluency, gain comprehension and practice beginning writing skills in the Arabic language.
Mrs. Thaljeya - Hello everyone my name is Thaljeya Hamdan. I am from a city in Palestine called ‘Ramallah’. I am a mother to 3 beautiful children. I immigrated with my family to the United States when I was 11 years old. I studied in Chicago and I have moved back and forth ever since. I have worked half of my life with kids as a babysitter and I have tutored both English and Arabic. Mrs. Sondos - Ahlan wa Sahlan! My name is Mrs. Sondos and I teach Arabic! I am half Egyptian and half Syrian and I can understand almost every Arabic dialect out there. I’m a tutor and part time teacher. I graduated from Texas A&M in 2021 and I have been tutoring and teaching since 2019. I have always believed that everyone, regardless of age, deserves a fair chance at learning any subject out there. I’ve seen students struggle and I’ve seen them succeed and have realized that the most important key to success is building a strong foundation in the subject they’re trying to learn. I want to be the one to help others build and maintain that strong foundation that they’ll take with them wherever they go! I have experience teaching kids as young as 4 years old how to read, write and speak Arabic at the basic levels and I’ve enjoyed every moment of it. I love the Arabic language and I can’t wait to help your child explore its beauty with me! Mrs. Sandra M. - Hello, I am Sandra Mouawad. I am Lebanese, and I have a 5 year old daughter. I believe that teaching kids Arabic is difficult and challenging but very essential to their development and future. Mrs. Dana - Hello my name is Mrs. Dana and I’m so Excited to be your Arabic language teacher. We are going to have lots of Fun and we will learn a lot! I live in California, I’m originally Lebanese. I have worked part time as an Arabic translator and culture advisor for Disneyland and Expo Dubai 2020. I would love to introduce and teach our wonderful rich language to my kids. I am looking forward to meeting you , and learn about you. See you soon! Love Mrs. Dana Mrs. Haywood - I have completed 15 post secondary credits in the Arabic language at North Central University and The University of Minnesota. I have been teaching basic Arabic reading and writing skills for 10 years . I taught Arabic to children in grades Pre-K through grade 2 at a charter school for four years as well as a private school that I founded for seven years. This is my second year year teaching Arabic on Outschool. I regularly meet with Arabic tutors to increase my skills and knowledge in this subject as well as to gain experience with various spoken dialects. I currently speak and teach Modern Standard Arabic.
No homework will be assigned for this class. I only encourage students and families to welcome and include the Arabic language by making connections in their daily lives as often as possible while watching, listening to and participating in the world around them.
Learner progress will be assessed by the teacher daily during each lesson as she sees that students are becoming comfortable, independent and fluent in their reading. Comprehension will be monitored regularly through questions and answers as well as activities on the slides that require students to demonstrate understanding. Writing will improve as students keep a regular journal that will show their progression over time. Parents can also assess their own child's progress as they become more independent during their participation in class, their own independent reading, as well as how they are using learned information and reading techniques outside of class.
Learner progress will be assessed by the teacher daily during each lesson as they observe that students are becoming comfortable, independent and fluent in their reading. Comprehension will be monitored regularly through questions and answers as well as activities on the slides that require students to demonstrate understanding. Writing will improve as students keep a regular journal that will show their progression over time. Parents can also assess their own child's progress as they become more independent during their participation in class, their own independent reading, as well as how they are using learned information and reading techniques outside of class.
2 hours 5 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
"Promoting Literacy Through the Encouragement of World Language Learning"
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
131 total reviews
345 completed classes
▬▬▬▬▬▬ ⭐About Us⭐ ▬▬▬▬▬▬ Polyglots Academy was established in the state of Minnesota in the year 2011. Beginning as a program serving students in PreK-2nd grade, we have since expanded our class offerings to include students up to 12th grade. Our...