Cultures and Languages in Education

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Cultures and Languages in Education by Mind Map: Cultures and Languages in Education

1. How: The teacher will go over the instructions with the class. Each group is responsible for researching a different form of the Arabic language. The presentations will be on February 1-2.

2. Why: This is a very important project because at least half of the class speaks Arabic and it will give the other half of the class an opportunity to learn about the native language of their classmates.

3. Why: This is a very important project because at least half of the class speaks Arabic and it will give the other half of the class an opportunity to learn about the native language of their classmates.

4. Where: In the classroom. The presentation will be five to seven minutes long.

5. When: The project will begin in the middle of January and we will begin presenting the findings to the class on February 1st.

6. What: Students get to learn about the origins of the Arabic language and the different forms of it. The final paper should be six pages in length.

7. Who: The teacher will give the instructions for the group project and make sure that the students follow the instructions correctly. Each group will present their findings to the class.

8. Overview: In groups of four people, students will research the five different forms of the Arabic language. There are 20 students in the class so each group will research a different form of the language.

9. How: The teacher will go over the instructions with the class. Each student is responsible for coming up with a different way that Cinco de Mayo is celebrated than his/her classmates. The students will present their findings on May 5-6. Students are also allowed to bring in authentic Mexican foods to eat.

10. Why: This is important because the students get to learn about a different culture's holiday and get to know more about where some of their classmates come from.

11. Where: It will be presented in the classroom. The presentation should be around five minutes long.

12. When: The project will begin in late April and presented to the class on May 5th in honor of Cinco de Mayo and also on May 6th. When- The project will begin in late April and presented to the class on May 5th in honor of Cinco de Mayo and also on May 6th.

13. What: To learn more about Mexican holidays and traditions students will research Cinco de Mayo and highlight the ways it is celebrated. The final paper should be approximately five pages in the length.

14. Who: The teacher will give the instructions and parameters of the assignment. The teacher will then make sure that the directions are followed correctly. Each person in the class will present their final project findings to the class. Who- The teacher will give the instructions and parameters of the assignment. The teacher will then make sure that the directions are followed correctly. Each person in the class will present their final project findings to the class.

15. Overview: In honor of Cinco de Mayo, the students will write a report on the history of Cinco de Mayo and its origins. Each person in the class will then highlight the ways this famous Mexican holiday is celebrated. We will then get a lot better understanding of the culture the Latino students come from.

16. Teaching Students about Cinco de Mayo

17. Teaching Students about the Arabic Language