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Surname 1 Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Wingfield, Marvin, and Bushra Karaman. " Arab stereotypes and American educators." Social studies and the Young Learner 7.4 (1995): 7-10. This article is written by Marvin Wingfield who was the former Director of Education at the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) and Bushra Karaman who was a Palestinian-American teacher. In this article, they take a gander at the different stereotypes that are related to Arabian culture with an accentuation on training. It quickly depicts stereotypes in the way of life as a rule then goes ahead to concentrate on training. The article was valuable in my exploration as it helped me understand the applicable stereotypes. Different stereotypes are related to the Arabian language and culture. The Arabian language which is one of these stereotypes is incompetent and uninformed. This is for the most part because of two reasons. One of these grounds is that the communicated in Arabic vernaculars contain a few assortments that are hard to see notwithstanding when appropriately tuned in to. Some of these assortments are muddled and turned out as only an accumulation of sounds to those individuals who don't comprehend the language. Furthermore, Arabic is one of a select number of languages that don't take after the traditional and usually utilized arrangement of composing. This is on the grounds that Arabic writings and artistic things consist of the right hand to one side hand side of a page.
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