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“One day, these kids would see someone wearing a Jellabiya, and the first thing that would come to their mind is the stereotypes they see on TV,” Elsharkawy said. Their minds will go to their teacher who they loved and respected who wore it.” Elsharkawy’s students in the United States and Egypt regularly video-chat — sharing their lives and talking about sports — and they help teach each other with conversational Arabic and English.
The teacher hopes to show both groups that they might live a world apart and attend a different place of worship, but commonalities are not hard to find.
Hallie Martinez stood in front of a large easel reading foreign letters that, a few months ago, would have looked like just a bunch of random squiggly lines to her. Cooke Elementary School, in Adams Morgan, are learning Arabic as part of a State Department-sponsored exchange program that places teachers from China and Egypt in classrooms throughout the United States to teach their native languages — languages U. officials say will be increasingly important as the country competes in a global economy.
But now, Hallie, 5, was singing the sounds of those Arabic letters aloud to her kindergarten classmates. ” the class responded, telling her in Arabic that she had done “excellent” work. Tamer Elsharkawy ventured from Egypt to the United States for the first time to work at Cooke, leaving his own students and classroom behind for the year. He focuses on the Arabic language with younger children, and he has more discussion-based lessons with the older students, where they talk about Arab culture and Islam.
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“Away from politics, we have more similarities than differences.” Elsharkawy lives like many other young professionals in the city: A co-worker helped him find an “intentionally vegetarian” group house in Mount Pleasant. Harris Elementary School in Southeast and Columbia Heights Educational Campus, which is a middle and high school, also offer Arabic classes. “Teachers like Tamer Elsharkawy are helping their students become global citizens and setting a foundation for a love of languages and culture early.” Flora Lerenman, an English-as-a-second-language teacher at Cooke who helped coordinate bringing Elsharkawy to the school, said it has been incredible to see how rapidly both the Spanish- and English-speaking students have picked up on Arabic.
Elsharkawy recalls how some of the children laughed when he showed them a picture of himself dressed in a traditional Egyptian Jellabiya — a single piece of clothing that covers the whole body — when he was explaining what he wears to mosque and for occasions with friends and family.
The students were surprised that the teacher they saw wearing jeans and long-sleeve, button-front shirts each day in class wore that kind of clothing outside of school.
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