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מה שלומכם? בסדר, תודה. How are you? Fine, thanks. In-DEM-min-NAH- choo ? DEH- na - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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מה שלומכם? בסדר, תודה. How are you? Fine, thanks. In-DEM-min-NAH- choo ? DEH- na. Iceberg Model of Culture. Obstacles to Multiculturalism. Didactic Content Interaction teacher-pupil. Sample text in Amharic. Amharic Alphabet. Ethiopian Names. Alem = world Nigus = king Nigist = queen

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מה שלומכם? בסדר, תודה.How are you? Fine, thanks.In-DEM-min-NAH-choo? DEH-na


Iceberg Model of Culture


Obstacles to Multiculturalism

  • Didactic

  • Content

  • Interaction teacher-pupil


Sample text in Amharic


Amharic Alphabet


Ethiopian Names

  • Alem = world

  • Nigus = king

  • Nigist = queen

  • Brehan = light

  • Tesfa = hope

  • Desta = happiness

  • Fikre love

  • Selam = peace

  • Melkamu = better


An Assignment

  • Sit in groups of 3-4 members.

  • Read the consonants in the vertical axis.

  • Read the whole grid with the vowels in the horizontal axis .

  • Write your names in Amharic.

  • Tell the other members in your group something about your name(meaning ; who chose it? why?etc).

  • Each group choose a name and write it in Amharic.

  • Swap the names among the groups and read the name.


Reflection

  • How did you feel when you first got the assignment?

  • Did these feelings change? When? Why?

  • Did you learn anything about yourself or your learning style?

  • What part of the activity did you like/ dislike?


Points to Remember

  • Rely on the previous knowledge of the students.

  • Have positive expectations. Every student CAN succeed - let them know that.

  • Meaningful learning is learning by “doing”.

  • Your whole educational approach should be “culture friendly”. That includes: teaching material, educational aids, classroom decoration, teaching strategies, etc.

  • Encourage students to present information about themselves to the classmates.

  • Maximize opportunities for interaction: teacher- students; students-students; students-materials.

  • Present students with real life problems and help them to discover information required to solve them.


Thank youAH-mah-say-guh-NAH-LOH

PirchaBannard


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