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Arabic / Year 3 and 4 / Communicating / Socialising

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Curriculum content descriptions

Socialise and build relationships with the teacher, family and friends through the exchange of personal information relating to home and school environment, such as everyday routines

[Key concepts: friendship, experiences, routine, time; Key processes: describing, expressing, sharing]


  • asking and answering questions about information relating to self, peers, friends and family members, for example,

    أين ولدت؟ ماذا تتكلم في البيت؟ ماذا يعمل أبوك؟ أين تذهب يوم السبت؟ من هي صديقتك؟ لماذا تحب جدتك؟ ماذا تفعل بعد المدرسة؟ أي رياضة تلعب؟

    ولدت في العراق؛ أتكلم العربية في البيت؛ أحب الشوكولاتة كثيرا؛ أحب أبي وأمي جداً؛ أبي يعمل في المستشفى؛ أمي طبيبة؛ أخي يدرس في المدرسة؛ أختي في الجامعة؛ يوم السبت أذهب إلى بيت جدي؛ يوم الأحد اذهب إلى المطعم.

  • sharing information about daily routines and favourite activities at home and school, for example,

    أستيقظ باكراً؛ آكل الفطور؛ ألبس ثيابي؛ أشاهد التلفاز؛ أكمل فروض المدرسة؛ ألعب ألعاباً الكترونية؛ أرتب سريري؛ أنظف غرفتي؛ ألعب كرة القدم؛ أذهب إلى المسبح.

  • using common expressions and appropriate body language when responding to frequently used comments and questions, for example,

    يبدو أنك متعب؛ متى نمت البارحة؟ لماذا تأخرت هذا الصباح؟ كيف تأتي إلى المدرسة؟ هل عندك طعام للفرصة؟

  • exchanging simple correspondence such as notes, invitations or birthday cards in print or digital form, for example,

    هل تحب أن تأتي إلى حفلة عيد ميلادي؟ سمير؛ أنا أدعوك إلى بيتي يوم السبت؛ تعال نلعب معاً.

    عيد ميلاد سعيد؛ كل عام وأنت بخير؛ أتمنى لك عيداً سعيداً.

General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
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