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Arabic / Year 3 and 4 / Communicating / Socialising

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Curriculum content descriptions

Participate in collaborative tasks and shared experiences that involve planning and simple transactional exchanges, such as playing games, role-playing dialogues, and preparing and presenting group work

[Key concepts: participation, cooperation, collaboration; Key processes: sharing, negotiating]

 (ACLARC121)

Elaborations
  • asking and responding to questions in group activities such as number and memory games, for example,

    كم ورقة عندك؟ أي عدد إخترت؟ ما هي الأعداد التي تريدها؟ إخترت عدد ثمانية؛ عددي المفضل ستة؛ وصلت إلى الرقعة الثالثة؛ أنا في الخانة الأولى

  • negotiating roles for shared tasks using simple expressions such as

    ماذا عن دور الأب؟ أنت لا تقدر ان تكتب كل القصة؛ أنا اكتب النصف وأنت تكتب النصف الآخر؛ أنا دوري المشتري وأنت دورك البائع؛ هل تحب أن تكون البائع؟

  • participating in role-plays, such as buying goods from a shop, using props, for example, هل عندك حليب؟ , to engage in conversation
  • preparing, rehearsing and presenting a group activity for class or school about a familiar situation or event, using expressions such as

    اليوم سوف نقدم لكم عرضاً عن عيد الأم؛ شكراً لاستماعكم؛ أنا كامل وهذه لينا وهذا محمود؛ نرجو أن تستمتعوا بالعرض

General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Numeracy Numeracy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Role-playing,  Planning,  Arabic language,  Collaborative learning

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