Garangao Invitation Card – SCOPES Digital Fabrication

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Studio 5/6
Studio 5/6
K-12 teacher
In line with the Ministry of Transport and Communications’ Digital Youth Strategy, STUDIO 5/6 is mainly aimed at nurturing youth as digital learners by sharpening their 21st century learning skills, as they develop in an all-pervasive digital environment. In fact,… Read More

Summary

Online unplugged lesson introduces one of the Gulf traditions in Ramadan, By building an invitation card to the event using Scratch platform.

 

What You'll Need

As the session is online everything is provided below :

 

The Instructions

Introduction

We will start by introducing Studio 5\6, then we will be trying to grab the attention of the participant by an ice breaking question, We will also speak briefly about Ramadan.

1- At the beginning of the session we will briefly interact with the participant trying to open a space for them to speak by asking about Ramadan, if they started to fast, what they think about this Ramadan is it easier than the last year and so on.

 

  • Note: Ramadan is the ninth month in the Muslim calendar where all Muslims are fasting from the sunrise (Fajer) until the sunset (Maghreb), during this period it’s not allowed to eat, drink, or doing bad things that could earn you bad credits (Sayaeá سيئة) or in general (sins).
  • Ramadan is a month encouraging all Muslims to give charity, strengthen our relationship with Allah (God), and show the kindness and the patience.

 

 

2- We will then ask the participant about fasting does it improve energy.