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Nancy Ajram - Shatir Shatir Lesson
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This lesson plan centers around the video Shatir Shatir by Nancy Ajram. ...

This lesson plan centers around the video Shatir Shatir by Nancy Ajram. There are translation of the phrases in the song, which asks, “What do you call the one who listens to his parents?” and other similar questions, revealing the traits which could earn an Arab child the title of “Shatir” (smart). It includes things like “never tells a lie” and “eats without getting his clothes dirty.” These are great insights into values that Arabs hold dear, and behavioral expectations for children. Nancy Ajram is a popular Lebanese singer whose music is enjoyed across the Middle East and North Africa, as well as in the United States.

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Ruth Kemp
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We Love Arabic is an educational website. The user may start first ...

We Love Arabic is an educational website. The user may start first by learning the alphabet or reading some simple conversations and stories. Some Arabic is necessary before starting. The website also contains grammar lessons explained in a simple way, followed by exercises that include listening passages. In addition, there are some educational stories and songs. Parts of the website are available in English as well as Russian, although the majority of the website is in Arabic, including the sections on the alphabet.

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We Love Arabic - Resources for Learners and Teachers of Arabic
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This blog is devoted to providing resources to teachers and students of ...

This blog is devoted to providing resources to teachers and students of Arabic. The website is run by an Arabic-English-Russian teacher and translator living in the U.K. This blog aims to share cultural and topical resources with lots of ideas for Arabic lessons or for studying alone. It also contains reviews of online resources and books, details of Arabic-language events, recommendations of novels, films, music, and so forth. The author also occasionally posts information about jobs. The blog is searchable.

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