Keeping students focused and engaged can be a challenge at any time, but keeping students who are fasting engaged and focused can be a little more daunting. Students who have been up all night praying and haven’t eaten or had anything to drink all day can find actively participating in the day’s lessons mentally and physically demanding, especially if they are far from home and family.
is a time for quiet reflection. Give your students writing prompts that help them develop their writing skills as well as give them a sense of participating in the spirit of Ramadan. Give your non-Muslim students the opportunity to learn about Ramadan, better understand what their Muslim friends and classmates are experiencing and why, and reflect on how characteristics of it can correlate to their own lives.
Each writing prompt gives a small bit of information about Ramadan and most give a separate prompt for both observers and non-observers of Ramadan. Lines are provided for students to write upon.
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