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Teaching The Kabyle

The Kabyle

When you think of the Arab World, you probably picture scorching hot deserts and grumpy camels. You’re most likely thirsty just thinking about it. Or perhaps you picture the people of the Arab World: dark-skinned from their long days in the sun, black hair and eyes, and clad in long, sand-colored robes. Can you picture their tents in your mind? Long caravans of desert-dwellers crossing the sandy expanse with their possessions rolled up on their beasts' backs? These mental pictures aren’t necessarily wrong. But they aren’t complete.

Margaret McKinney, adapted by Actively Learn
Cricket Media

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

What makes the Kabyle a distinct subgroup within the Arab world?
STANDARDS:

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

1,2,3
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