Arabic Sanabel Textbook Level 2 سنابل العربية

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The second volume includes six units of two lessons each. The content is designed based on students’ values, self-discovery, and connection to reality. The content differs in the processes of tackling the concepts, the content, linguistic skills, and their application to better suit each level.

This enables teachers to easily implement differentiation in their classrooms. Each unit includes a listening activity, comprehension questions, discussion prompts, and questions for critical thinking. Each unit uses the pyramid approach to education and learning, where students’ current and future learning is built on prior knowledge. It also presents integrated activities that work alongside the curricular mapping for each level and for students’ abilities.

Contents
Unit One: Who Is Like Me?
Lesson One: Adam and Huda
Lesson Two: I Know My Responsibilities

Unit Two: My Morals
Lesson One: Adam’s Integrity
Lesson Two: Huda’s Tolerance

Unit Three: My Relationships
Lesson One: At the Playground
Lesson Two: Visiting

Unit Four: My Health and Safety
Lesson One: My Health and Safety
Lesson Two: Better Safe than Sorry

Unit Five: My Interests
Lesson One: Adam’s Computer
Lesson Two: The Blessing of Trees

Unit Six: My Big World
Lesson One: I’m Special
Lesson Two: A Fun Trip

At the end of this level, students should be able to do the following:
  • Recognize letters that are similar in shape and pronunciation
  • Accurately use long vowels and stressed syllables
  • Create words using different letters
  • Differentiate between the letter alif with and without a hamzah
  • Differentiate between laam al-shamsiyah and laam al-qamariyah, both written and pronounced
  • Use the letters laam and kaaf with al-
  • Use nominal and verbal sentences
  • Use the pronouns I, he, and she
  • Use the masculine and feminine demonstrative (this)
  • Differentiate between singular and plural
  • Switch words from masculine to feminine and vice versa
  • Use both masculine and feminine forms of present and past tense verbs
  • Use words of negation, exclamation words, prepositions, and adverbs of place, space, and time

 Pages: 120