With the new and updated version of our website, Urdu at home has brought its resources
further in line with the National Curriculum of UK. Our development team based in USA and
Pakistan has worked tirelessly with experienced Urdu teachers in UK to create resources that
adheres to the requirements set by the leading examination boards in UK. Urdu teachers that
are teaching GCSE and GCE students will now find plenty of 'interactive' and 'ready to
print' assessments for their students that will also help them prepare in their
examinations. Most of the topics that are required are covered in the resources.
We have also included a number of lessons that will help the students better understand
their cultural and historical heritage. In addition, a number of assessments have been
included that would allow students to better appreciate the differences between different
cultures and their similarities.
The teaching resources cover all four categories as required in 'MFL' standards setup by the
- Reading and responding
- Listening and responding
Urdu teachers will be happy to find a lot of Interactive resources in areas such as Urdu
Grammar and Vocabulary building. Most of our resources are bi-lingual and provides
instructions in both Urdu and English. By incorporating the valuable feedback and
constructive criticism that we have received from different teachers in UK during the last
one year, we have made certain updates and changes to our resources. A number of our member
teachers have told us how our resources have saved so much of their time and has also made
their job a lot easier.
With our new resources, the time for using power point based resources in the class has
finally come to an end. Our resources are developed using Flash Animations and are fun to
use. The interactive application 'Eshagird' makes sure that the students are not disturbing
the class and are involved in learning at all times. A number of playful and fun starter
lessons are included that will definitely help the Urdu teachers in the class. A number of
differential assessments are also part of our resources.
We greatly value the feedback from Urdu teachers and in fact use them to improve the quality
of our resources. None of the improvements would have been possible if not for the constant
feedback and encouragement of Urdu teachers and parents
Should you have any questions pertaining to the material or teaching methods please contact
our educational staff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember, Urdu @ home is here to provide for the educational needs of all those wanting to
learn Urdu. Your comments and suggestions are vital to us! They will help us develop new and
unique services that you can teach your students and develop their skills further.