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Family and structure and stability in a UAE FAMILY.

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laila essam

on 7 November 2015

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Transcript of Family and structure and stability in a UAE FAMILY.

Family and structure and stability in a UAE FAMILY.
To know about the

Family structure in the United Arab Emirates
Family stability and national identity

objective
* to be able to explain in a simple manner about the Emirati family.
* Students will be able to explain the family structures of the Emiratis.
* Students will be able to speak about the importance of family values of the Emiratis.

outcome
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) consists of the seven small emirates of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al-Khaimah, Ajman, Umm Al-Qaiwain, and Fujairah, which were united as a federal state on 2 December 1971. Before the establishment of the oil economy in the early 1960s, two main orientations shaped traditional Emeriati culture: the nomadic desert-oriented Bedouins with small oasis farming within the broader context of the desert economy and culture, and the sea-oriented culture that revolved around pearling and sea trading. These subcultures were economically, politically, and socially interdependent, creating a common culture and social identity. The UAE shares significant aspects of its culture with neighboring Arab countries and the larger Arab culture.

information
here is a small worksheet if there is 6 on the table you will have 3 papers and if 5 you will also have 3 papers




3 minutes
activity
answer these questions
on your whiteboard answer the questions on the teachers white board

peer work



3 minutes
thank you




done by : laila 6g5
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