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Foreign exchange student

jacob black

on 4 October 2012

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Foreign exchange student from Tehran, Iran Roles in the family Family life family size the families are larger there than in the U.S. *Women are definatley the unfavored sex *They have to wear a veil and they are not allowed to take it off. They also dont have near the rights that the men do. *Men are much more well off *The children are expected to do chores and go to school much like in the U.S. Sports *Polo originated from ancient Iranian tribes and it is still played today *freestyle wrestling is said to be Irans sport but football has taken over. *The budget for the sport is 80 million dollars which is about 1 dollar per person Most Iranians are muslim Religion *about 90% belong to shi'a branch of islam which is the official state religion a temple in Iran Iranian national soccer team Languages *there are many languages spoken in Iran here are few: Persian, Pashto, Kurdish, Farsi, and Balochi Iran cuisine Daily life in Iran Iran Education Iran Economy The education in Iran isnt as high as in the United States. We have K-12 just like the U.S Higher education isn't as common as it is here It is supervised by the ministry of education.
and higher education is under the supervision of the ministry of science. 82% percent of Iran is now literate Iran has the 17th largest economy in the world Its major exports are oil and gas Iran's religious foundations make up 30% of the central governments spending Iran's culinary style is unique to Iran A lot of Iran's meals contain rice. mainly because its cheap and it goes with a lot of meals. Chelow Kabab,Khoresht, Kuku, and polo are some popular Iranian meals Farsi The average School day for a student in Iran starts at 7:30 and ends at 3:30 so just a little longer than here Iran Culture Kids in Iran dress similar to what the kids in the U.S do. we listen to all diferent kinds of music The foods we eat are wildly different than what you eat here In iran there are a lot more kids worrking for a lot less money After school we go home and do our homework then our chores If we have jobs [which most of us do] then we would go to those and our day usually ends at 11:30 or 12 And if your muslim you pray about 5 times per day
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