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  1. Quiz

  2. What was the first country in the world to recognize USA independence?

  3. What is in common between these movies? • Gladiator • Troy • Alexander the Great • Kingdom of Heaven • Mummy • Babel

  4. Which 1942 US famous movie has the name of a city of Morocco ?

  5. Can you name at least 2 countries that border Morocco ?

  6. KINGDOM OF MOROCCO Motto: God – Homeland - King

  7. KINGDOM OF MOROCCO

  8. KINGDOM OF MOROCCO

  9. KINGDOM OF MOROCCO Location: North of Africa. 8 miles from Europe. It has Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines. Population: 32,644,370 Capital : Rabat Largest city: Casablanca Official language : Arabic/French Religion: Islam Currency: Moroccan Dirham ( MAD) 1MAD= 9$

  10. KINGDOM OF MOROCCO Government : Constitutional Monarchy / parliamentary ( King M6 – Parliament ) House of Councilors & Representatives Party: multi-party system Regions : 16 Economy: Phosphates/ agriculture/tourism/seafood Recent projects : Solar Energy

  11. CLIMATE OF MOROCCO The Atlas Mountains ( 4,167 m)

  12. CLIMATE OF MOROCCO The Atlantic Beaches

  13. CLIMATE OF MOROCCO Lakes , Oasis & Forests

  14. CLIMATE OF MOROCCO Dunes (sahara )

  15. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO Hassan Tower ( Rabat) set up in 1195 made of red sandstone 

  16. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO Chellah ( Rabat): ancient Roman city

  17. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO The kasbah ( kind of fortress)

  18. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO The kasbah ( kind of fortress)

  19. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO Jemaa el fna square ( Marrakesh)

  20. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO Mansor Gate ( Meknes)

  21. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO Mansor Gate ( Meknes) Family Photo

  22. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO Fes ( ancient city= medina)

  23. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO Mosque Hassan II (Casablanca )

  24. HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN MOROCCO Ouarzazate Studios

  25. Food in Morocco Couscous : Every Friday after noon prayer

  26. Food in Morocco Couscous : Every Friday after noon prayer

  27. Food in Morocco Tajin

  28. Clothes in Morocco Djellaba & caftan

  29. Clothes in Morocco Djellaba & caftan ( my students in class)

  30. Clothes in Morocco Caftan

  31. Education in Morocco Primary school : ( six years) Local Exam Junior School :( 3 years) regional Exam High school :( 3 years) national Bac Exam College and university: 3 years B.A/BSC….. Private schools : ( privileged families) International Schools: ( mainly French) American and British centers: ( TOEFL…..) Al Akhawayn University: ( adopts the US curriculum- all subjects are in English)

  32. High Schools in Morocco Periods: 8am – 12 pm / 2 – 6 pm ( 30 – 32 hs/wk) ( 12 to 2 pm: Students go back home for lunch) Days off: Saturday afternoon/Sunday Class session: 1 hour / 2 hours ( 5 minutes break) School subjects: Arabic- French- Foreign languages ( English – Italian – German ) –Math-PE – Physics – History and Geography – Philosophy – Biology and Geology - IT . ( subjects are taught in Arabic) Grading and assessing students : …../20 Homework assignment: on a regular basis

  33. My High School in Morocco Total N* of students: 680 ( females more than males) Total N* of students: 45 – 50 Total N* of teachers : 40 ( 3 teachers of English) Transportation to school : Most of the students walk or ride their bikes. Few take public buses. Class arrangements: 4 rows/ table has two seats Classroom discipline and behavior: students aren`t allowed to eat , use cell phones, misbehave…. Extra-curricular activities : sports mainly for boys

  34. My High School in Morocco ( pictures) see pictures