Friday, February 17, 2017

Learning Arabic!

Week 3 of World Language Enrichment at Irving Elementary:

Here is a pic of our Friday k-3 (early release 2:10-3:10) Arabic Class with World Language Coach, Aisha Garged.

They are saying "wahid" (one), "ith-nan" (two), and "thah-laa-tha" (three)!

Here are 2 YouTube Videos on Counting 1-10!




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