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Using the information from the Middle East Study Center and QFI, Fathy designed a lesson plan centered around gender roles in Arabic countries. (see the link below for more resources) By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: - reflect upon their expectations of gender roles and how gender roles are established differently in the Arab world. - compare gender roles between their own cultures and Arab cultures. Enduring Understanding: Gender roles are built defined and fulfilled by social and cultural norms and can be vary from culture to culture.
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It is a link that helps the students to know about the names of rooms in Arabic.
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It's a very useful website for the students to practice their language. It's a website where they can find online lessons, exercises and games as well.
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It's a very useful website in which you will find a variety of free Arabic resources that you can use effectively in class.
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It's a very nice song about the months of the year than can keep the students engaged.
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This is an Arabic song about the animals and the forest.
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Curriculum Structure Information
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Ideas and help for new teachers, those teaching something new, and their mentors
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A professional organization dedicated to supporting elementary and secondary classroom Arabic teachers in the United States.
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British-based series of educational videos within the theme of “they didn’t teach me that.” Experts give advice for common teaching dilemmas such as time management, grading, and working with parents.
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Arabic teaching resources, associations, and links from the AATA website.
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Index of frequently asked questions teachers have about motivating students, as answered by professionals at the University of Oregon
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