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Arabic Weather Words–Arabic Fridays!

 

What’s your weather like?  Can  you say it in Arabic?

Where I am, it seems like it is sunny 99.999999% of the time (alhamdulillah, but presents a challenge to teach weather concepts (other than sunny) in actual context, lol.)

At any rate, I’ve made up a few printables for learning words to describe the weather in Arabic (we may get to use it in context eventually, lol).

Weather Words Poster

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Weather Words Cards

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You can download the poster and cards over at TJ Arabic’s  Arabic Vocabulary Weather Page .

 
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Posted by on November 26, 2010 in Arabic Vocabulary/Spelling

 

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Quraan Vocabulary # 4: Prepositions II

 

 
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Posted by on October 1, 2010 in Arabic Vocabulary/Spelling

 

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Quraan Vocabulary #2: Pronouns (Attached/Possessive)

 

 

This set features flashcards for attached pronouns. Equates roughly to personal pronouns in English. Also included is a generic lesson plan.

 
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Posted by on September 30, 2010 in Arabic Vocabulary/Spelling

 

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Quraan Vocabulary # 3: Prepositions

 

Flashcard set with generic lesson plan (adapted for this set of words as needed).

 
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Posted by on September 30, 2010 in Arabic Vocabulary/Spelling

 

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Quraan Vocabulary #1: Pronouns I

Understand Quran has a neat resource of categorized vocabulary lists of 80% of the words that appear in the Quraan.

My daughter has started on these lists, and I am hoping to make flashcards for each list.  Here’s the first set, pronouns.

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I’m hoping to make more as we go along, in sha Allah.

There is also a generic lesson plan outline included in the file, which I think will be super helpful for teaching vocabulary, in general, insha Allah.

 
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Posted by on September 29, 2010 in Arabic Vocabulary/Spelling

 

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