A. The names of fifteen nouns related to the Qur'an.
book, Youm: day, Alee: family, Jannah: Heaven, Nas: people, Talib: Student,
Waraqa: paper, Madrasah: school, Qalam: pen, Bayt: house. Ab: father, Umm: mother,
Layl: Night, Baab: door, Kursee: chair.)
B. Ten verbs. (Hadar: to come. Katab: to write.
Arsal: to send. Sa'al: to ask. Ja'a: to come. Sharab: to drink.
Akal: to eat. Habb: to love. Dhahab: to go.)
C. The numbers up to ten.
D. The prepositions: Eelaa (to), Maan (who), Fee (in), Ma'a
(with), Hadha (this- masc.), Hadhahi (this- fem.).
E. The interrogative: Hal (are ___?). The declaratives:
La, Na'am. (No, Yes). "Al" for "the". "Wa"
for "and". Kayfa: "how".
F. The pronouns for I, you- masc., you- fem., We, Him, Her.
(Ana, anta, anti, nahnu, Huwa, Heya),
G. Simple past tense use of verbs. (Dhahaba eelaal
Madrasah: He went to the school.) How to form all the above things into simple
H. Simple suffixes: Tu (I), A (he), At (she), Naa (we) and how to
attach them to verbs. (i.e. Darasa: he studied. Darastu: I
studied, Darasat: she studied. Darasnaa: we studied, etc...)
I. Don't bother with nunation (tanwin) or other detailed rules at
this level, except with those brighter students and only on an individual level.
Remember, they're just learning so constant simple drills are needed. Also,
you the teacher, must be seen speaking Arabic phrases at least once a day with
other teachers. (Who also need the practice!)
J. The following adjectives: Bekhair: Good.
Fine. Farhaan: Happy.