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Arabic / Year 3 and 4 / Communicating / Informing

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Locate and classify information relating to familiar contexts, routines and interests from spoken, written and visual texts

[Key concepts: time (routines), leisure; Key processes: listening, reading, viewing, selecting, sequencing]


  • recording and classifying information obtained from others, such as favourite foods and places to visit, for example,

    يحب سالم التبولة؛ يحب عادل الدجاج؛ تفضِّل سعاد الخضار؛ يحب علي كرة القدم؛ يفضِّل ماجد السباحة؛ ويفضِّل رامي العزف على الجيتار؛ تحب البنات الموسيقى بينما الأولاد يحبون الرياضة

  • listening to short spoken texts with new vocabulary and unfamiliar language, and identifying key information, for example, the name and number on a recorded phone message


    إسمي سهام

    أريد التكلم مع سامر بخصوص الإمتحان

    أرجو الإتصال بي على الرقم 0456566777

  • comparing profiles and stories in print and digital form about different people and their daily routines, and creating a display with names and short descriptions, for example,

    هذه فادية؛ عمرها سبع سنوات؛ تسكن مع والديها وعندها أربع أخوات. تحب فادية المدرسة كثيراً وأيضا تحب اللّعب على الكومبيوتر والرّسم والسباحة. فادية صديقة وفيَّة وحنونة.

  • gathering information about other people’s interests, for example, through conducting interviews or surveys about weekend activities, and selecting specific information to include in a short report
  • locating and sequencing information to describe people and events, for example,

    البنت تدرس؛ يساعد الولد أمه؛ ينظف الأب الحديقة؛ تحضِّر أمي الفطور في الصباح؛ ينظف أبي السيارة في المساء

  • obtaining and using information from print, digital and multimodal texts related to a range of learning areas, such as completing a simple science experiment, or naming countries, significant land features and historical places on a map, for example,

    أهرامات مصر؛ معبد الأقصر؛ قلعة بعلبك؛ ملوية سامراء؛ مدينة نينوى الأثرية

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
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
ScOT terms

Informative texts,  Arabic language

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