Dubai school incorporates theatrics into Arabic instruction

The headteacher of a top-rated private school in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, takes a creative approach to teaching students Arabic that involves drama and puppets. "We consider it every teacher's responsibility to help every student learn Arabic. What we do is ensure that Arabic is not just pigeonholed into Arabic lessons. We do creative things like teach a PE lesson through the Arabic language," said Alison Turner of Kings' School Dubai.

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