Ramadan is a very special month in the Arab World and it is celebrated by the majority of Arabs and Muslims around the world. Ramadan is a holy month that features 30 days of fasting from dawn to dusk.
In our Arabic classroom, students are learning about Ramadan as an important part of the Arabic culture. This year students are learning about Ramdan via Edpuzzle. Students are also introduced to significant events that happened during Ramadan and how it is celebrated by Arabs. Some of the important events that happen during Ramadan are family gatherings for Iftaar time, the joyful media throughout the wholke month, Showing generous donations, decorations in the streets everywhere. Lanterns with different shapes are the main symbol for Ramadan that must be seen in every street. In our classroom, our in-person students will be making paper cuts lanterns and Remote learners will be decorating and coloring different lanterns via Jamboard to celebrate Ramadan as a part of the Arabic language culture.