SCHOOL MISSION  Al-Bayan Bilingual School is a not for profit Arabic-English university preparatory educational institution, which fosters an environment for students to develop the INTELLECTUAL QUALITIES, ETHICAL VALUES, and POSITIVE ATTITUDES required for effective participation and leadership in the overall development of Kuwait and the rapidly changing world.

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FOUNDER'S VISION  Al-Bayan Bilingual School was founded by the late Mrs. Fawzia Al-Sultan Al-Essa (God bless her soul), supported by fourteen women. The purpose was to establish a school that bridges the progress of the West and the traditional values of the Arab culture. Thus, the bilingual program of the school came into existence; a program that prepares the students for the world of today and the challenges of tomorrow, a program that constitutes a happy marriage between the "Modern” and the "Traditional.” With this clear vision, Al-Bayan Bilingual School was established in 1977, as the first bilingual school in Kuwait.


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    This course is created for the purpose of training teachers on Moodle

    Grade 4 students will be able to type and edit text to make it presentable. 

    This course is for Professional Development for BBS staff.  PD opportunities will be updated as units on a regular basis throughout the year. 

    “Always dream and shoot higher than you know you can do. Do not bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself.” 
    ― William Faulkner


    Fouad EL Chmouri

    Grade 8 Computer studies Course

    Students will learn advanced skills in Excel

    ART Course

    Teach students how to draw and develop their artistic skills.

    اهلا وسهلا بكم في مادة الاجتماعيات 

    الوطن العربي

     

    مرحبا بكم في قسم اللغة العربية

     ضبط  الفعل المضارع في حالة الرفع والنصب والجزم

    يتعرف الطلبة خلالها  على المضارع صحيح الآخر والمضارع معتل الآخر كذلك الأفعال الخمسة  

      ، درسنا القادم قصيدة القبرة والفيل 

    مرحبا بكم في الصف السادس لمادة اللغة العربية للصفوف التالية ِA B C

    This course is assigned for Grade 7 students. 

    This is a HS course.

    Grade 6 math is a comprhensive course that explores many theories and units from grade 5 while extending the curriculum to cover grade 6 topics.  Specifically Grade 6 math will focus on 4 critical areas:

     1. Connecting ration and rate to whole number multiplication and division and using concepts of ratio and rate to solve problems;

    2. Completeing the understanding of division of fractions and extending the notion of number to the sytem of rational numbers which includes negative numbers

    3. Writing, interpreting and using expressions and equations

    4.  Developing understanding of statistical thinking

    This is the advanced course for Math, grade 7.

    This course concentrates on the formal development of algebraic skills and concepts. Major topics of the course include solving equations and inequalities, operations with rational numbers, exponents, graphs, factoring, ratio and proportion, slope, polynomials and rational expressions.

    Students will find a new type of class setting in Ms. DeAnne's room. We will not be using the textbook daily, but as a resource for our exploration and learning. This course focuses on apllication and connections of skills and knowledge to real world situations.

    This is BBS's 5th grade math. We are currently working on long division.

    Grade 6 math is a comprhensive course that explores many theories and units from grade 5 while extending the curriculum to cover grade 6 topics.  Specifically Grade 6 math will focus on 4 critical areas:

     1. Connecting ration and rate to whole number multiplication and division and using concepts of ratio and rate to solve problems;

    2. Completeing the understanding of division of fractions and extending the notion of number to the sytem of rational numbers which includes negative numbers

    3. Writing, interpreting and using expressions and equations

    4.  Developing understanding of statistical thinking

    Welcome to Grade 7 Science!

    The grade 5 science course is designed to give students an introduction to the scientific process.

    Welcome to Grade 7 Science

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    To examine a variety of Literary Resources both fiction and non-fiction to improve students Oral, Reading, Writing and Media Literacy Skills.

    Grade 7 English (Writers' Workshop)

    Students will write, write and write some more in a structured setting where they will have ample opportunities to explore various genres and improve on the craft and mechanics of writing. 

    PE 3 (Block 8) students will participate in a variety of strength and conditioning activities which are designed to improve cardiovascular fitness, upper/lower body strength, flexibility, core strength, agility, coordination, and balance. Fitness assessments will be conducted in this class.

    Physical Education Boys' Grades 9/10 will cover various topics associated with fitness and conditioning, team and recreational sports. Classes will incorporate the use of technology in both formative (during class) and summative (end of unit, quarter, or term) assessments.

    وصف المادة:

    يتناول منهج التربية الإسلامية أمور العقيدة والشريعة ، ليخرج الطالب بتصور واضح عن أهم المسائل الفكرية في دينه ، وليدرك أن التشريع الإسلامي جاء لمصلحة الناس أفراداً و جماعات ، و لتحقيق النمو المتكامل نفسياً وروحياً و عقلياً واجتماعيا و جسدياً ، إضافة إلى مادة القرآن الكريم متبعين بذلك مناهج وزارة التربية والتعليم بدولة الكويت.

    In this course students will acquise basic skillls in French reading, writing, speaking and listening. The course features an immersion format whereby most instruction and conversation with the instructor occurs in French. Students will gradually build a sound working vocabulary as well as an introductory acquaintance with French grammar. Students will also learn French culture, including attitudes and customs. Students enrolling in French 1 should expect to continue into French 2.

    This course is designed to develop the singing ability of the student.  Through various voice exercises students will participate in choral music.  Student will also be exposed to folk music from around the world and learn how to sing Arabic skills. Students will be expected to perform their songs.

     

    The marketing class offers introductory level marketing. The students will learn how to segment, target, and position a product towards the market. Students will learn the 4 Ps of marketing: product, place, promotion, and price. They will be exposed to real world examples and stories that show concepts in action and reveal the drama of modern marketing.

      This introductory course is designed for high school students desiring to learn the basics of business. Students will learn and work with such topics as the function of business, entrepreneurship and business enterprise, the role of business in society, the ethics of business, securities and investment, money and banking, accounting, human resources management, and marketing. To be successful in this course, students should possess skills in effective note-taking, critical thinking, writing and speaking clearly in English, and conducting research.

    This course will demonstrate to the  students how individual choices directly influence occupational goals and future earnings potential. Real world topics covered will include income, money management, spending and credit, as well as saving and investing. Students will design personal and household budgets utilizing checking and saving accounts, gain knowledge in finance, debt and credit management, and evaluate and understand insurance and taxes. This course will provide a foundational understanding for making informed personal financial decisions leading to financial independence.

    The objective of this course is to demonstrate to the students the importance of financial decisions that are not only crucial for personal life and goals but are on a professional level integral to the sound financial health of an organization and a nation.

    This introductory economics course offers students an economic way of viewing the world as a set of scarce resources and the choices people must make. Students will learn about microeconomics and macroeconomics. Students will learn how economic concepts can explain the effects of governmental and private decisions. The course will introduce such topics as supply and demand, elasticity, government interference in the marketplace, consumer choice, and market structures. This course will particularly emphasize the economics of every-day decision-making. Students who can apply concepts of real life scenarios, through critical thinking, would enjoy this course. The course serves as a prerequisite for Advanced Placement Economics. Use of calculators is not allowed.

    Advanced Painting and Drawing is a yearlong course that allows students to develop greater command of technical skills, various media, and advanced vocabulary, while pursuing more thematic depth and complexity, and a wider range of creative responses in their work. Overall, it is a Portfolio Preparation. course meant to build and refine 2-D work for college and AP Studio Art Portfolios, or for personal interest. Thus, another major emphasis of the class is on the development of personal work, leading students to explore artistic interest and intent.

    Realistic drawing skills are not necessary to achieve success in this course. It allows students to develop and expand skills in art and continue the exploration of art as a means of visual expression. Students will be introduced to the elements and principles of art through classroom assignments and studio projects. Students will work with variety of art materials. In addition to improving drawing and design skills, students will be encouraged to communicate their own ideas. Concentrations include drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and mixed media. Upon completion of this course students should: 1) have developed drawing and design skills, 2) have developed a broader understanding of how artists combine skill with art materials with the creative process in order to communicate ideas and feelings. The course includes art school presentations and participation in year-end Art Exhibition.

    Students explore a variety of media providing a foundation in the elements and principles of art with an emphasis on drawing and painting. This course, students learn to draw and paint through direct observation. Students learn to apply a variety of techniques and media to create compositions that incorporate the elements and principal of design. The study of art history, cultures, and artists will provide vocabulary skills and a foundation for students to discuss and evaluate their own work in a supportive atmosphere. The course includes art school presentations and participation in a year-end Art Exhibition.

    This is an introductory Ceramics course that will cover the making of ceramic objects (both pottery and sculptural forms) using a variety of clay working techniques both hand-building and wheel thrown.  Strong emphasis will be put on the three hand-building techniques of pinch, slab, and coil methods.  Application of surface design and glazing will be covered with all assignments. Students will be challenged to develop their sense of design and level of craftsmanship as the year progresses.  An appreciation of the ceramics of the past and present will be included in the presentation of assignments.  Students will have a solid introduction to the craft of ceramics, the proper use of its equipment and tools and the basics of studio safety in their use.

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