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Gateways. Professional Learning Program. Welcome. Contents. Professional Learning Program. Introduction to . Arab Gateways . (Slides 3–13). The Arab region (Slides 14–23) . Using . Arab Gateways . ID: 310387

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Arab

Gateways

Professional Learning Program

Welcome

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Contents

Professional Learning ProgramIntroduction to Arab Gateways (Slides 3–13)The Arab region (Slides 14–23) Using Arab Gateways (Slides 24–40)

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Introduction to Arab Gateways

Funded by: Council for Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR)Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)Developed by: Education Services AustraliaThe Australian Federation of Societies for Studies of Society and Environment (AFSSSE)

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Introduction to Arab Gateways

Objective for Arab Gateways To promote mutual interests and a greater understanding and acceptance of each other’s cultures, values, beliefs and diversity.

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Purpose of the Professional Learning Programto build understanding of the Arab region in general and Arab Gateways in particularto increase the capacity of teachers to effectively integrate the resource into their teachingto provide opportunities to link the resource with the curriculum.

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Introduction to Arab Gateways

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Unit 1 – Diversity and change: An introduction to the Arab region Year 8 geography, history, economics, social education, global educationUnit 2 – Sustainable water use: Water security in an arid regionYears 9–10 geography, global educationUnit 3 – Lines in the sand: 1914–18, critical years in shaping the Arab WorldYears 9–10 history Unit 4 – Global exchange: The Arab region’s key role in international tradeYears 9–10 economics, global education, geography, historyUnit 5 – Different lens: Traditional and hybridised cultural iconsYears 9–10 English, history, global education, social education

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Unit formatOverview Core focus, learning outcomes, year level: curriculum area, focus questionsTeacher backgroundStudent materials – inquiry process Connecting, Investigating, Analysing, Communicating

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DVD/website menuHome, Explorer, Students, TeachersFilmsInteractive – Arab Explorer

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TeachersTeaching backgroundProfessional learning Student activity sheets Films

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StudentsStudent materials for each unitUnit 1 – Diversity and change: An introduction to the Arab region Unit 2 – Sustainable water use: Water security in an arid regionUnit 3 – Lines in the sand: 1914–18, critical years in shaping the Arab World Unit 4 – Global exchange: The Arab region’s key role in international tradeUnit 5 – Different lens: Traditional and hybridised cultural icons

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Interactive – Arab ExplorerInteractive mapQuizCompare countriesFlags

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FilmsWork in pairs to explore the films.ConsiderWhat are the opportunities and limitations of the films?How might they be used in my classroom?

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About the Arab region

Perceptions of the Arab region Think List five things you already know.Pair Share Fact, opinion or stereotype?

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About the Arab region

What do I know about the Arab region?Quiz on Arab Explorer

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About the Arab region

Outline mapName the countries of the Arab region.Name the capitals of the Arab region.

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About the Arab region

Facts and statisticsUse the spreadsheet to list countries in order and add the information to the outline map Population size Number 1–22Urban population % List letters A –V Per capita income $US GDP Record actual income

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About the Arab region

FilmsBeing Arab (12:46)Reflections on Arabic culture, and how language and religion influence culture Diversity and change (11:02)Reflections on the range of geographies and cultures across the region and how Arabic culture is changing Family (9:40)Reflections on the importance of family in Arabic cultureFood (5:47)Reflections on how food is central to Arabic culturePerceptions (5:42)Reflections on some of the misconceptions and stereotypes that Westerners have of the Arab region

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Photo literacyLook at the photos on page 7 of Arab Gateways. How does each one represent your view of the Arab region?

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DiscussCould this photo be taken in Australia? How are the people in the photos like me? How are the people in the photos not like me?Explain the cues in the picture used to make the judgements.

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About the Arab region

What perceptions of the Arab region may be common to people in Australia?Why might this be the case?How might we check the accuracy of these perceptions?How might we challenge these perceptions?

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About the Arab region

Share and discussWhat surprised you? What did you find interesting?What was less interesting?What would you like to know more about? 

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ReflectionWhat have I learnt about the Arab region? Why is it important for Australian students to learn about the Arab region?How might a more informed perspective of the Arab region help build relations?

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Using Arab Gateways

Curriculum linksLearning areas historyEnglishgeographyCross-curriculum prioritiessustainability

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Using Arab Gateways

General capabilitiesliteracynumeracyinformation and communications technologythinking skills intercultural understanding 

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General capability – Intercultural understandingAs they develop intercultural understanding, students learn to:identify increasingly sophisticated characteristics of their own cultures and the cultures of othersrecognise that their own and others’ behaviours, attitudes and values are influenced by their languages and culturesconsider what it might be like to ‘walk in another’s shoes’compare the experiences of others with their own, looking for commonalities and differences between their lives and seeking to understand these.

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General capability – Intercultural understandingreflect on how intercultural encounters have affected their thoughts, feelings and actionsaccept that there are different ways of seeing the world and live with that diversitystand between cultures to facilitate understandingtake responsibility for developing and improving relationships between people from different cultures in Australia and in the wider worldcontribute to and benefit from reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/GeneralCapabilities/Intercultural-understanding

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What is culture?What is intercultural understanding?

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Teaching about our own cultureIdentify a teaching situation that explicitly engaged learners with their own culture. Describe the context and nature of the teaching and the kinds of tasks the learners were engaged in. Identify whether the teaching focused on surface features or deep features. 

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Teaching about another cultureIdentify a teaching situation that explicitly engaged learners with another culture.Describe the context and nature of the teaching and the kinds of tasks the learners were engaged in.Identify whether the teaching focused on surface features or deep features. 

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Teaching about culturesRead and view the materials for: Calligraphy (page 78)Veiling (page 81)The Hajj (page 85) How do the materials show aspects of culture? How do they show change in time and place?How can they be used to develop intercultural understandings?How can they be used to address misunderstandings and stereotypes?How does intercultural understanding inform your teaching about the Arab region?

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Managing different viewpointsWhat are some strategies or approaches and resources used when teaching ‘controversial’ topics?Plan for inclusive teachingBuild trust and create a positive classroom climateDiscuss the conditional nature of knowledgeEnsure inclusive discussionsEncourage critical thinkingUse the teachable moment to encourage intellectual transformationManage emotionsRespect and overcome resistanceUse experiential activitiesUse a conceptual frameworkModerate classroom incivilities Source: The University of Queensland Theory into Practice Strategies, Teaching and Learning, Inclusive Strategies for Management www.tedi.uq.edu.au/cdip/pdfs/strategy_manageControversy.pdf

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What’s already happening in my school? How is the Arab region taught in my school?Why is it taught?/Why not?In which year level and learning area is it/could it be included? (eg integrated English and humanities or science and maths)Suggestions of related resources and ideas

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Using Arab Gateways

Unit 1 – Diversity and change: An introduction to the Arab region Year 8 geography, history, economics, social education, global educationUnit 2 – Sustainable water use: Water security in an arid regionYears 9–10 geography, global educationUnit 3 – Lines in the sand: 1914–18, critical years in shaping the Arab WorldYears 9–10 history  Unit 4 – Global exchange: The Arab region’s key role in international tradeYears 9–10 economics, global education, geography, historyUnit 5 – Different lens: Traditional and hybridised cultural iconsYears 9–10 English, history, global education, social education

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Planning a unit Choose one unit to develop.Note the curriculum focuses and year level.Note cross-curriculum priorities and general capabilities – literacy, numeracy, ICT, intercultural understanding, thinking skills. Use a concept map to build your unit.

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Developing a concept mapBrainstorm key concepts.Sort /classify concepts looking for relationships between them.Draw lines between concepts to show their relationships (words can be placed on the lines to name these relationships).Include the resources needed to teach the concept.DiscussAre the concepts and relationships linked appropriately? Are important concepts missing? Are any misconceptions apparent? What supplementary learning might you need to consider?  

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Reflecting and sharing Using a graphic organiser, cartoon or other visual medium, show what you have learnt about:the resourcethe past, present and future of the Arab regionlinks between the curriculum and learning about the Arab region.

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Evaluations Thank youContact details as appropriate

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