Arabic: Year 4 (ES)
Course Number:   DCFSP2310

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InstitutionArab Academy
SubjectWorld Languages
Education LevelElementary School
Credit Equivalent Full
ScheduleSelf Paced
End Dateup to 9 months per full course
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Course Fee$891
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Course Description
Stories 2.4 - Village of Peace
This is a short story that shows how people can live happily when they cooperate. It also indicates how difficult life can be when people live alone and don't get help from neighbors or offer to help them. This story can be used as supplementary material during the school year. Prerequisites: Stories 2.3 - Animals in the Forest

Stories 3.1 - Animals' World
This course is based on ten short stories. Children view the world through the eyes of the animals and learn important concepts. For example: if you help people, people will help you; it is important to respect people and what they do; honesty makes people respect you; we should all do what we are responsible for; nobody will do your work but you; we should not be greedy. This course could be used as the main material within a school year. Prerequisites: Stories 2.4 - Village of Peace

Stories 3.2 - Safan and the Wise Sheikh
This is a single story about a poor lazy man who seeks the advice of a wise sheikh to see how to attain his dreams of being happy and rich. On his way to the wise sheikh he meets a fox, a fish and a tree. They all ask him to seek the advice of the wise man to solve their problems. In solving the problems of others, the lazy man is able to solve his own problems. This story illustrates the importance of hard work and highlights the drawbacks of being lazy. Prerequisites: Stories 3.1 - Animals' World

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  • Internet
  • Real-Time Web-Based Voice Meeting Access


Format
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