View Download Our names are tied to our cultural identity. Names are all around us and have a connection to the surrounding culture. Every name has a story: how we were named and how we name our children, brand names we like, finding a name for our businesses, naming our pets, reasons why people might adjust or change their names, nicknames, middle names, etc. Because names are a global and culturally heavy concept that can touch every single individual differently, they are an entrance into exploring Arabic language and culture. New Arabic learners often come to Arabic with one burning inquiry in their minds: “How do I write my name in Arabic?” Supporting Files File Complete-Q-Wheel-Curriculum_0.pdf File Q-Wheel-Workbook-2018-redesign-2.pdf Related Resources Jusuur Arabic Language Program Book 1: Issam and Taghreed’s hobbies, Levantine dialect (هوايات عصام وتغريد، العامية) (with images)Arabic Language Teaching Foreign Languages K-12: A Library of Classroom Practices - Arabic Arabic Language Global Language Project - Arabic Curriculum - Year 2Arabic Language Arabic Yoga Lesson Plan: EnglishArabic Language
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