Every week the parents receive a weekly update on what was taught and ways in which the parents can help their children. This week I’m attaching this grammar sheet for them to print and stick on their fridge door. It’s a way to ensure that by the time they come for their next Arabic lesson on Saturday that they are ahead of the game insha Allah.
Each grammar review series will only cover a few grammar points at a time. This is the first one:
Free pdf for fridge copy grammar review sheet 1
Let me know your thoughts and any suggestions!
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I plan to begin each lesson with a quick 10 minute test based on a concept learnt or reviewed in the previous lesson. My classes are going to be intense but fun (hopefully) insha Allah! Arabic is a language and in order to learn the grammar and vocabularly of a new language, one must review constantly. That is what I will try to build in to my teaching practise iA. Additionally, rather than giving an end of term test/ end of year test only, the student’s final grade will be based on year round performance iA.
To help the students chart their progress I have created this form for them to fill out each week. The link for the pdf: assessment-chart-students.pdf
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