World Languages

FLEX - Arabic / English Bilingual Calendar Routine (PreK3, Part 1)

In this 4 week class, students will learn a routine for practicing calendar information in Arabic which includes basic math and literacy concepts.
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Over 4 weeks

3-3

year olds

3-10

learners per class

per learner - per week

How does aFlexible Schedulecourse work?

No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat

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Description

Class Experience

Students will learn and establish a routine for talking about the calendar in Arabic and English. This will include basic math and literacy concepts in both languages.
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. 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.  
I will provide optional worksheets that students can complete each week. 
Learner progress will be assessed daily during each lesson as the teacher sees and hears that the student has become independent in reciting the information learned during the calendar routine. Students will be able to ask and answer questions in both languages. Students will have individual turns to demonstrate progress and understanding. Parents can also assess their own child's progress as they become more independent during their participation in class as well as how they are using learned information outside of class.  
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
As students may require assistance to record and share video posts, it is important that the student is the only person present on all video posts shared with the class. 

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Polyglots Academy
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Lives in the United States
"Promoting Literacy Through the Encouragement of World Language Learning"
63 total reviews
123 completed classes

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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. We are excited to be offering... 
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