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The Exciting Reading: Level 3

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SKU: TCBQM3
Weight: 0.05 kg
ISBN-13: 9786144221884
Author: Lebanon Library Authors
Format: Paperback
Ages: Elementary School
Language: Arabic
Theme: School
Pages: 175
Dimensions: (20.07 x 26.92)
First Publishing Date: 09/01/2015
Current Publishing Date: 09/01/2015
Current Edition: 1st

My Language is Arabic is an educational series that teaches students the main principles of the Arabic language, improving their ability to express themselves, simplifying the process of writing the Arabic alphabet, and making writing a fun activity. The series teaches writing beginning with pre-writing skills, draft-writing, reviewing, and editing.
The third book of the My Language is Arabic series focuses on a complete group of linguistic and educational bases; each lesson is divided into the following skills:

First: Reading skills. Teachers begins by letting their students listen to the text in front of them using the CD. This teaches them the correct pronunciation, how the letters are formed, and how to distinguish similar letters that are light and heavy. For example, the letter ? is not like ? and ? is not like ? and ? is not like ?. Students need to practice how to stop on different words and how to read interrogative and exclamatory sentences because an expressive reading preserves the text’s meaning and its general value. Following that, students read silently and think about the pictures while the teacher writes the vocabulary and expressions that may be difficult for the students on the board.
Second: Teachers use explanation to make the material understandable and familiar. They can use synonyms for each vocabulary word, opposites, or simplified explanations.
Third: Students practice writing and having conversation when each student has understood the meanings of the text in general and specifically and is able to respond orally and in writing to the questions in the book fluently.
Fourth: Applied writing skills. In this stage, students use what they have learned through different applied exercises that reflect the skills and abilities the student acquired from understanding the lesson, its meanings, content, and shape. Teachers will be satisfied with the results.
Fifth: Dictation skills. It is important that teachers focus their attention on preparing the student not to fall into mistakes when writing dictation. Teachers can help students by helping them to understand why the correct way of writing is correct, so that the student will have a step-by-step approach to writing, and will not fall into mistakes.
Sixth: Drawing skills. Illustrations have many benefits; some clarify the details of the text and some emphasize the meanings of the text and make them exciting. Also, illustrations sharpen students’ observation and develop their artistic taste. Teachers should draw students’ attention to the illustrations; they can ask some questions about them or have their students comment on them or draw their own.
Seventh: Literature skills. Selected poetic samples help sharpen reading skills and aim to develop literary taste by presenting pictures and stimulating passion or imagination. Teachers should explain the poem and the different vocabulary, then read it with full concentration on performance, vocabulary, meaning, connection, and balance. Then, students should take turns reading the poem and teachers should correct the vocabulary and recitation. Consideration was taken in the choice of texts to include many types of writing, including a story of three kids in their daily lives, trips, and visits to their relatives with all their moral decisions and ethical lessons.
These scripts are distinguished by the strength of structure and the element of excitement. Their goals are to teach students to be good citizens who respect the law, follow the rules, and preserve resources.


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