Teacher’s Observation Hammam’s world

Teacher’s Observation Hammam’s world

Hammam’s World

The students connected the story with their current unit Migration. It helped them to extract
out the inner meaning of the story how Hammam felt disconnected in his new home and was facing difficulties to adjust. The students comprehended that Hammam had tough time to adapt in his new home. He did not want to make new friends neither interested to do anything other than drawing his memories of his previous home which was filled with joy. A hoopoe bird helped him to understand that doesn’t matter whatever the situation is one needs to adapt and accept the given circumstances. They also connected the profiles of Hammam being reflective, courageous, caring and open-minded after his realization. In the story, the student’s also
linked self-management and thinking skills for Hammam.


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