Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem
Assalaamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakaatuh ya Muslimaat,
After you confirm that each student has committed to memory the first part of the hadith and they have a general knowledge of who Umar ibn al-Khattab (radiAllahu anhu) was; we can then proceed to part 2 of the hadith. Bi’ithnillah
Here you can explain the importance of narrating the exact speech and informing them that changing anything that the messenger (sallaAllahu alaihi wa sallaam) says comes with a severe warning BarakAllahu Feekum.
Also, knowing who is narrating the hadith, in this case it is Umar (radiAllahu anhu) himself.
The companion, the 2nd caliph of Islam, the leader of the believers is telling us that he heard the messenger of Allah (sallaAllahu alaihi wa sallaam) saying the coming speech.
The teacher reads the Arabic text along with the English meaning. The students read, write, and say the portion of text being covered. Together, the teacher and the students repeat the selection of text.
Once the students have studied for a few minutes on their own. We then read and say part 1 and 2 together inshaAllah.
May Allah grant me and all of the students and parents success in our endeavours and increase us upon that which is beneficial knowledge Allahumma aameen.