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  1.   Rapper Fights Yemen Terror With Hip-Hop
Rapper Fights Yemen Terror with Hip-Hop A Yemeni-American rapper is using music to help fight terrorism in his country. Rapper Hagage 'AJ' Masaed believes he can help in the fight against terrorism and slow down the number of Yemenis joining Al Qaeda training camps. He says his music and the messages in his raps show young p...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  2.   Diverse Islam Online Lesson Plan
...Defense Paul D. Wolfowitz regarding countries that may be potential targets in the war against terrorism (as outlined in the Warm-Up section of the lesson) -Student notebooks -Pens, pencils -Copies (one per student) of Diversity in Islam article. -Research materials with information about Somalia, Yemen, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Iraq (global history and geography textbooks, country guides, encyclopedias, computers with Internet access) -Several international survey polls (see Resources) Activities / Procedures: Warm Up - [Agree/Disagree] Prior to class place masking tape on the floor creating two...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Just the Facts: Essays, Speeches and the News
...ave been boasting about preparations for major attacks against the United States in retaliation for American support of Israel. Bin Laden has already been linked to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, the 1998 embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, and last year's attack on the USS Cole in Yemen. Yesterday, government officials said they intercepted messages from bin Laden associates gloating about hitting their targets. Before the mayhem, though, U.S. intelligence all pointed to an attack overseas. The State Department had warned travelers in an advisory Friday, and U.S. military and diplomatic...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet - Geography and History of the Arabian Peninsula, and Overview of Islam
...im life, culture and civilization. Procedure: 1. Have students study the maps depicted in Student Handout 1: Maps of the Arabian Peninsula. Using an atlas if needed, name waterways, landmasses, fertile regions and trade routes. Preview places mentioned in the film, including lands such as Arabia, Yemen, Syria, and cities such as Damascus, Jerusalem, Makkah, and Madinah. Students can note geographic features and cities on the outline map provided. These may include the place name terms from the Pre-Viewing Vocabulary lesson. 2. Assign students to read Student Handout 2: Background on the Arabian Peninsul...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   World Fair? A Global Classroom Unit on Economic Rights
...rate on a scale of 1 to 10 and make detailed comments) 1. Effort: 2. Detail: 3. Performance (ability to present and address questions): C. PROJECT GRADE I believe this project deserves for the following reasons: List of Heavily Indebted Countries Ethiopia Tanzania The Gambia Sierra Leone Lao PDR Yemen, rep Mali Equatorial Guinea Vietnam Cameroon Honduras Malawi Madagascar Togo Nigeria Burundi Ghana Jamaica Central African Rep Chad Guinea Bolivia Burma/Mynamar Niger Rwanda Kenya Benin Senegal Zimbabwe Cambodia Morocco Uganda Nepal Bangladesh Burkina Faso Peru Philippines Haiti World Fair Self Reflect...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  6.   American Institute for Yemeni Studies
...institutions of higher education and a member of the Council of American members' projects Overseas Research Centers, is the only American interdisciplinary academic organization active on the Arabian peninsula. It is the primary link between Digital Library the American academic community and the Yemeni for International government as well as the Yemeni academic community. Research the Amiriya at Rada Yemen Update online/ AIYS, through its U.S. office and its Resident Director in Sana'a, Yemen Webdate serves as an essential resource for American scholars, journalists, and visitors by: AIYS survey mainta...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   The Role of Geography-The U. S. and The Republic of Turkey
...tral and Southwest Asia RUSSIA Ukraine KAZAKHSTAN Georgia Turkey Armenia Azerbaijan Uzbekistan Turkmenistan Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan China Lebanon Israel Syria Iraq Iran Afghanistan Jordan Egypt Kuwait Bahrain Qatar Saudi Arabia U.A.E. Oman Pakistan Nepal India Arabian Sea Sudan Eritrea Yemen N Somalia Ethiopia W S E Education Place: http://www.eduplace.com Copyright (c) Houghton Mifflin Company. All Rights Reserved. World: Countries Education Place®: http://www.eduplace.com Copyright © Houghton Mif?in Company. All rights reserved. World: Climates Education Place: http://www.edupl...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  8.   Arab Culture and Society
...avier rainfall and mountains. Lebanese people have many fresh garden vegetables and herbs to use. (Most Arab and "Middle Eastern" restaurants in the U.S. serve Lebanese food). International Trade and Colonialism: Traditional trade routes reached deep into Asia, Africa and Europe. - Coffee came from Yemen on the Arabian peninsula. - Spices came from India and China. (But the Arabs did very different things with them. Arab food does not resemble Asian food). - Nuts are widely used in Arab cooking. Often these come from Iran and Afghanistan. - Oranges: The oranges of Jaffa in Palestine (now in Israel) are fa...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Ramadan (Islamic Holiday)
...lled Muslims, number between 850 million and 1 billion. Islam is practiced on the African continent in the countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Somalia, and Mauritania. The Islamic religion is also practiced in Asia and in the area known as the Middle East in the countries of Oman, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, and Israel. There are also Muslims in Russia, China, Europe, and North and South America. The three largest Muslim communities are found in Indonesia, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Islam is based on the belief in one god. Allah is the Arabic word...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  10.   War with Iraq
...tion Icebreaker Quick quiz on Iraq. Correct answers are marked with* [1] What is the capital of Iraq? A: Bahrain B: Baghdad * C: Badrahad [2] When was the last war with Iraq? A: 1991* B: 1981 C: 1971 [3] Why did the last war start? A: Saddam invaded Qatar B: Saddam invaded Kuwait* C: Saddam invaded Yemen [4] Who runs the Iraqi youth TV channel? A:Saddam's eldest son* B:MTV C:Saddam's political opponents [5] What sort of leader is Saddam? A: Democrat B: Dictator* C: Diplomat [6] The last war against Iraq was backed by the: A: United Nations B: United States C: United Kingdom D: All of these* [7] Saddam has...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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