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In few words, reflect on the meeting with the judge John Azzi. What’s your impression? What insights have you gained into the project topic “Women empowerment”?
P.S. Feel free to use Arabic or English language while writing your reflection.
Share at least two new compound words, and then respond to the following:
Why do you have to learn compound words?
Write your answer, and then reflect on at least one of your classmates’ responses.
Watch the video and COMMENT!
To referesh your ideas, watch the movie below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGm9CHHC1S8 (commitee debate video)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRBZ0qomi2E (flow of Debate)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9Rwhw-L2iU (Do’s and Don’ts)
MLA Template: (from Intel Education)
List of Resources (List of sources/links to help in country and topic research)
Dear 8 th graders,
Click the link below to download the file.
Special thanks to Zeina Wehbi who typed the test materials.
After reading the new Social Studies Text, jot down many concepts you think are demonstrated in the selection. The challenge will be crafting big ideas.
I am eagerly waiting to see how creative you are.
How can cultural conflicts restructure identities?
Zeina Wehbi, your classmate, will post all the big ideas that you crafted in groups during the social studies session.
You have to vote for the best big idea and justify why it’s the best!
Thanks to Zeina
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You have to share what hinders your academic progress, whether you try to face such obstacles or ignore them and how…
Below are some hindrances.
Are there really significant factors, which affect you to perform well?
Basic life style (e.g. Many high school students had help getting up in the morning, making breakfast, keeping their academic and social calendar, and even reminding them to go to bed)
Are there digital traps ( e.g. Beginning work time with some Facebook, YouTube, cell phone apps, and Playstation games can quickly melt away hours of prime study time. )
Personal Issues (e.g. student experiences medical, psychological, financial, family, relationship, or other personal issues with which he or she might not be equipped to cope; a student who who ca not bear that he or she has average or below average academic performance etc. )