Arabic / Year 7 and 8 / Communicating / Creating

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Compare ways in which people, places and experiences are represented in different imaginative texts, analysing ideas, themes and messages and contrasting them with own experiences

[Key concepts: representation, morality, context; Key processes: analysing, comparing, contextualising, explaining]


  • expressing personal opinions on ideas presented in various texts such as stories, films, songs or video clips, for example,

    الفيلم يشجع الشباب على الدراسة وهذا ممتاز؛ المقطع الغنائي جميل ومؤثر؛ الفيلم غير واقعي؛ يعرض الفيلم مشاكل الشباب مع الأهل؛ الأغنية جميلة فهي تعبر عن الصداقة

  • stating and explaining personal preferences about characters, themes, ideas and events in texts, using expressions such as

    أفضل شخصية في الفيلم هي سميرة لأنها تعرف ما تريد؛ عادل شخصيته مؤثرة لأنها تمثل شخصية معظم الشباب العربي وتعرض مشاكلهم؛ أحداث القصة متسلسلة ومنطقية؛ الأب في المسلسل ليس مثاليّاً أبداً؛ الأم أيضا دورها تقليدي

  • analysing how people, places and experiences are represented in a variety of imaginative texts, such as extracts from a play or scenes from a film, and comparing how key messages and beliefs are communicated
  • expressing and exchanging opinions on typical features, language use and cultural elements in contemporary songs, films or video clips from the Arabic-speaking world, and comparing them with similar texts from the English-speaking world
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • Ethical understanding Ethical understanding
ScOT terms

Attitudes,  Imaginative texts,  Themes (Texts),  Arabic language

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