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Languages: Arabic - Satisfactory - Years 7 and 8 (Year 7 entry)

This portfolio of student work shows that the student uses written and spoken Arabic to exchange information (WS4) about their personal worlds and to express feelings, likes and dislikes (WS1, WS2, WS3, WS5). The student uses formulaic language for a …

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Languages: Arabic - Satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can interact with the teacher and peers (WS5, WS6, WS7) to exchange information about themselves (WS3), their family (WS2) and friends and initiate interactions by asking and responding to questions …

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Languages: Arabic - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10 (Year 7 entry)

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use written and spoken Arabic to initiate and sustain interactions with peers and adults (WS2, WS3, WS5). The student uses language spontaneously to exchange ideas (WS1, WS5), opinions and feelings, …

Languages: Arabic - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10 (Year 7 entry) | Portfolios | Work samples | Resources

Languages: Arabic - Satisfactory - Years 5 and 6

This portfolio of student work shows that the student uses spoken and written Arabic to exchange personal information and describe people, places and ideas related to their personal experiences and social activities such as celebrations, sport and other …

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Languages: Arabic - Satisfactory - Years 3 and 4

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can interact with the teacher and peers to share personal information about aspects of their lives, such as experiences, everyday routines and leisure activities (WS1). The student uses formulaic expressions …

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About me (Arabic) – AT

Students explored the concept of identity in a unit called ‘Who am I?’ They learned the relevant language structures, and participated in various tasks to practice reading, writing and talking about themselves and their personal world.  In this task, …

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At the restaurant – At

Students learnt vocabulary and grammar patterns related to ordering and describing food and drink, including Arabic and Middle Eastern foods In this task, students were asked to work in groups to write the script for a role play in a restaurant. One …

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Reading about Australia – AT

Students learnt about the Arabic sound system and writing patterns, sound-letter relationships and features of syllable blocks. In this task, students were asked to read aloud a story about Australia with teacher guidance, using their knowledge of sound-letter …

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الاحتفالات الوطنية – AT

Students discussed the ways in which Arabic speaking countries celebrate their national days. Students learned how to talk about and describe activities and the atmosphere of particular events in which people celebrate with a sense of pride and personal …

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Clothing quiz game – AT

Students learnt how to talk about clothing and participated in various oral activities using realia and pictures. The activities in this task reinforced reading aloud of written Arabic and matching of vocabulary to items of clothing. Students were asked …

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At the clothes shop – AT

Students learnt how to talk about and describe items of clothing and participated in various oral activities using realia and pictures. In this task, students were asked to work in pairs or small groups and role play buying some clothing items at a shop. …

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Recognising colours and shapes – AT

Students learnt about colours, shapes and how to describe nouns using adjectives. They participated in various activities including quizzes, songs and games. In this task, students were asked to complete a sequence of shapes and colours. Then, individually, …

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My house, my home – AT

As part of a unit ‘my house, my home,’ students learned how to describe housing features using a range of nouns, adjectives and grammatical structures. Students discussed what makes a house a home and compared living arrangements and conditions in Australia …

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Classmate interview and personal identity wheel – AT

Students learnt how to express personal information about hobbies, family, their favourite foods and how to describe their physical attributes. Students also participated in whole class and small group activities and discussions about personal identity …

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Food and nutrition – AT

In a cross-curricula health-Arabic language unit, students learnt about the importance of food (nutrition) and water and their health benefits. Students learnt about translating words and expressions with access to dictionaries, word lists and online …

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My house – AT

Students learnt about housing in some Arabic-speaking countries and compared these with their own homes.  They learnt vocabulary and structures to support descriptions and comparisons. In this task students answered questions of comprehension on a text …

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Why I want to learn Arabic – AT

As part of a unit ’Welcome to the Arabic-speaking world,’ students learned about the variety of Arabic-speaking countries and variations of spoken Arabic and dialects. They explored the benefits of language learning and how to express basic opinions and …

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Changing seasons – AT

As part of a unit on weather and seasons, students learnt how to describe the weather, report on weather, and compare seasonal features in different parts of the world. In this task, students were asked to write descriptions of seasonal features in a …

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Saving our planet – AT

In a unit on world environmental issues, students learnt relevant vocabulary, grammar and expressions to: understand and discuss causes of environmental problems and some solutions extend their understanding of lexis connected to climate change and …

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