For Schools

There are further Arabic resources on other pages of this website.

Secondary teachers please look in your subject area page or use the search facility to locate them.  Please also look at http://wsh.wokingham.gov.uk/learning-and-teaching/mea/eal/arabic-resources/?assetdet5092545=233553     This links to a page with extensive subject-specific translated resources.

Primary Teachers:  This is a handy document, with a list of things you could do if you are going to have an Arabic-speaking pupil in your class :  Preparing for an Arabic-speaking pupil (78 downloads)

Translated phrases for communication between school and homeshared here with kind permission of Aberdeenshire EAL Service

Free school meals letter in Arabic:   Free-School-Meals-Parent-Letter-06.17-Arabic-15041.pdf (89 downloads)

Here are some Arabic resources including basic phrases, welcome signs and useful classroom vocabulary from the Highland EAL Service.

EAL resources for new arrivals (Arabic)

EAL dual language dictionaries for secondary pupils

Websites with Arabic Resources

http://wsh.wokingham.gov.uk/learning-and-teaching/mea/eal/arabic-resources/?assetdet5092545=233553     This links to a page with extensive translated resources for a variety of subjects and topics.

http://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/english-as-an-additional-language-eal-translated-resources-arabic

http://www.newburyparkschool.net/langofmonth/arabic/player.html

Language Information

Arabic Language Tables (933 downloads)  from Milton Keynes Council, basic vocab and phrases for early days.

http://www.arabic-language.org /

(Gives information about the Arabic language and its history also provides some phrases in Arabic and how to pronounce them)

http://esl.fis.edu/grammar/langdiff/index.htm

(Shows the differences between English and Arabic and what common mistakes Arabic speaking pupils make when learning English)

Dual Language Arabic/English Resources

http://www.internetpolyglot.com/lessons-ar-en

(Has dual language tutorials, games and word lists with pictures and sound)

http://www.happychild.org.uk/freeway/arabic/index.htm

(Has dual language topic word lists)

http://www.emaths.co.uk/EAL/ALBETAC_Glossary/Grade68/Arabic.pdf

(Has dual language lists of mathematical vocabulary)

http://www.school-portal.co.uk/GroupHomepage.asp?GroupID=922202

(Has translation of 100 words and information on the differences between Arabic and English)

http://www.digitaldialects.com/index.htm

(Has online activities in Arabic and English – could be used to support learning basic English)

http://a4esl.org/

(Has bilingual quizzes online)

Learning and celebrating Arabic

http://www.newburypark.redbridge.sch.uk/langofmonth/index.html

(Has video clips showing children teaching their home language and resources for creating a display)

http://www.schoolslinks.co.uk/resources_dl.htm

(Has multi-lingual posters about places in school, subject areas, months, days, colours, numbers, hello, goodbye and words for seasons, days, months and colours for displays in many languages)

Letters to parents in Arabic:

http://www.primaryinteractive.co.uk/letters/

http://www.education-support.org.uk/teachers/ids/translated-letters-for-schools//

www.ealhls.org.uk/publications.php

– £9.17 + VAT for a booklet of several letters in 15 different languages.

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