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Aseel , Dania , Jumana , Muna , Ru’a Alain
Sara , Shatha , Sua’ad and Yasmeen
UNSCO ASPnet Teacher :
Amal Arafeh
By: Yasmeen Khalil
10th Grade
It’s an unrwa school
between Jericho and •
Jerusalem, the
students are from
four Bedouin
communities it was
built from tires
filled with mud
desert, and it is
a sign that the
Palestinians are
holding at home
and to their dreams , looking forward to science and education .
Dream killers
The Israeli occupation forces issued a decision to demolish” al khan al
ahmar school “ known as the “school of tire” in relation to the tires that it
was built from , to prevent the development of construction or repair.
There has been a twinning between our
school and AL khan al ahmar school and
we were asked to participate in the
campaign “Don't demolish my future!”
that happened to to save a West Bank school from demolition ,by going
on our facebook accounts and support with a like or a comment .
Seven and a half year old Eman
stands in front of her school which is
under threat of demolition by the
Israeli authorities, maybe as soon as
next month. Eman told us that she
loves learning English and kept
repeating the alphabet song when we
met her. "I always come to school I
never miss a day,"
she said. "When I'm older
I would like to become
a teacher and teach sports," she
Nine year old Jaber Jebreel
is in fourth grade. At school
he loves learning Arabic and
maths and would like to
become a vet
By: Muna sallam
10th Grade
There are many memorable days in my life, But the
teacher’s day is the most glorious and unforgettable one.
On that day, turns have been exchanged between students
and teachers. As well we are students , we were very
happy , First of all because we had to choose a teacher to
teach instead of her , Secondly , Because we didn’t have to
wear the school uniform while we’re teaching .
I was an English teacher instead of my mother. I enjoyed it
very much, though I felt tired after I ended my lessons.
In addition, it was a great experience we have benefited
from. We’ve realized how teaching is hard and tiring.
Therefore we have to respect our teachers and appreciate
their efforts.
By: Shatha Jehad
10th Grade
Water Fun is an educational project that was implemented in
our school in cooperation with BDZ association from Germany ,
in this year with 5th grade students, The purpose of this project
is to improve children’s awareness about the possibilities of
reusing waste water , because of the lack of water in Jordan.
And teach them that waste water after treatment can be used
in specific areas , it can’t be drinked ,because it doesn’t lose all
the impurities, bacteria and viruses , but can be used to irrigate
some crops, and in factories that uses water.
Activities included :
1.producing waste water.
2.distinguishing between waste
water and tap water by color
,smell and acidity .
3.analyzing tap water and waste water .
4.producing a filter .
5.making a wet land unit
By: Ru’a Alain Omar
10th Grade
The word impossible has different
meaning for each one of us, what’s
impossible for someone may not be
impossible to you.
Actually nothing is impossible the word it
self says “I’m possible “ !
How many times have you been told that
you can’t do something because no
one did it before ?
Now tell me, who was the first one to reach the top of
mountain Everest before Edmund Hillary ?
Actually no one did it before him , he was the first one ! And
once he did it hundreds succeed in doing it !
You don’t succeed because you weren’t trying hard enough,
and you weren’t trying hard enough because you thought
that you can’t do it, and you thought you can’t do it
because no one did it before .
So don’t give up it’s all about the belief ,, ☺
By: Ru’a Alain Omar
10th Grade
a story I want to share with you
•One rainy day, a mother went to pick up her boy from
school, thinking that the boy will fear the lightning. On
the way, she found her child smiling at the sky for
every lightning. She asked him why he smiled, “God is
taking my photo, so I have to look good. That’s why I
smiled.” So smile when problems threaten you, don’t
fear anything. GOD is always with you.
By: Dnia Abu-Zahia
10th Grade
This is my last year in the school!
I have many memories in my
mind about school and my friends …
I had many great experiences in the school; .. The best
class trip to Ajlon , I had so much fun with my friends, in the bus we
were dancing , shouting ,singing and acting crazy .
The best moment in the school in general was when I received my
certificate of excellence for being a good student .. another funny
moment was when I was little ,, I was walking home from the school
and there was a pole in front of me ,, I didn't see it ,, so I walked right
into it !
I enjoyed school a lot,, my favourite
grade was eighth grade .. this
was because all my friends were still
with me and hadn't moved to different
I enjoyed my time with my
friends a lot ,, we ate chips in class ,
laughed , and did everything
together .
My favourite teacher was math teacher, she was a really good
teacher. she was very serious too ,and
we always learned very fast from her .
Our school building had the normal components like science lab , a
library , soccer,,baskeball ,a computer lab ,, school office ,, class
rooms and etc….. we went to the school from Saturday to Thursday ,,
we only got Friday off !! In our school we have a morning and an
afternoon shift .. the morning shift is from 6:00 am to 11:00 am,,,, and
the afternoon shift is from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm..
I have enjoyed my time in the school a lot ,, after this year ,, I have to
choose a specialization , science ,,IT ,, literature,, vocational etc,,, I
want to choose science,, I will miss my school ,, my teachers, my
friends and the building .
By: Jumana Ahmad
10th Grade
The Black Iris is the national flower of Jordan ,
and it can be found all across the country,
particularly in the southern city of Kerak . From
June to July is the season of black iris, it is a
short season, if you miss it, you have to wait
for another year.
It blooms in the spring with
dark black petals , we
actually have more than
one type of Black Iris in Jordan. We have
about five types whose color shadings
can be classified as black.
If you get the chance, you must see it’s a
wonderful unique flower ☺
By: Sara Abu-Laban
9th Grade
Opportunities come to some people and open for
them a lot of ways to their future. I had a lot of
opportunities in my life, but the best one for me was
my visit to Spain.
My trip’s story started after I won the elections of
the Children Municipal Council of AMMAN , then I
was chosen to travel to Barcelona to represent my
city Amman there , so my principal told my parents
and they agreed.
After that, I met my group and we had alot
of sessions in Greater Amman Municipality
to prepare ourselves.
We went to Spain to participate in a
Peace Camp. We went there in 17th.Oct.
When we arrived to Barcelona’s airport we
first met the Brazilian group , then when
we arrived to the camp we met the rest , we were 8 groups ; Amman , Brazil ,
Mozambique , Italy , Mexico , Argentina , Bangladesh , and Vitnam. We had a lot of
fun there because everyday we had a city presentation ,in which each city group
presents their country and their culture.
we also had a lot of activities , we were distributed into working groups , each one in
the group was from a country . one of the activities which I liked most was Reduce
Reuse Recycle , in that activity we made a fashion show from some used clothes , we
made from those used clothes some useful clothes by cutting and sewing them. Then
we showed them in a fashion show and it was so much fun. We talked about many
important things such as Human Rights , we visited the city Barcelona and we visited
many places in Barcelona and the best trip was when we went to Camp Nou . We did
a lot of projects such as the cultural diversity cube which we talked in it about each
countries culture , and positive and negative manifestations . We came back in
30th.Oct , so we spend there two weeks and those two weeks were the best two in my
I had fun, learned new thing, had new experiences, and met many new people. I wish
that I will have another opportunity like this !
By: Aseel Al-Nabrawi
9th Grade
Feel free to chose which name suits you. The
Arabs call it Lake Tabaria, after the town next to it
called, Tabaria. In some English maps, it is called
Tiberius, which I'm guessing is the "old name--i.e., Roman or some such
thing, and Christians and Jews call it the Sea of Galilee
The picture I took is looking from the Jordanian border straight at Lake
Tabaria. To my right is the Golan Heights.
Lake of Tabaria is the largest freshwater lake in palestine (used by
Israel) and it is approximately 53 km (33 mi) in circumference, about
21 km (13 mi) long, and 13 km (8.1 mi) wide. The lake has a total area of
166 km2 (64 sq mi), and a maximum depth of approximately 43 m
(141 feet).At 214 metres (702 ft) below sea level, it is the lowest
freshwater lake on Earth and the second-lowest lake in the world (after
the Dead Sea, a saltwater lake).The lake is fed partly by underground
springs although its main source is the Jordan River which flows through
it from north to south.
Israel's National Water Carrier, built in 1964, transports water from the
lake to the population centers of Israel, and is the source of much of the
country's drinking water.
Increasing water demand and dry winters have resulted in stress on the
lake and a decreasing water line, at times to dangerously low levels.
The Lake of Tabaria is at risk of becoming irreversibly salinized by the
salt water springs under the lake that are limited by the
weight of the freshwater on top of it .
I hope that one day I can visit it and drink of its water !!!
By: Sua’ad Mohammad
9th Grade
Our school gives us a lot of opportunities which
entertains and supports the girls ,one of the most important
activities is The Orchestra .
The National Music Conservatory chose our school to
nominate some girls to let them join the orchestra group ;
Fourtunately I’ve been nominated to be a member of this group .
The first day for me there was an unforgetable day , they gave
us a musical test to rate our musical skills , so I’ve been chosen
to play The Double Bass instrument, the first class for me was
amazing , because it made my dream come true by teaching me
how to play the Double Bass .
After a year from my experience in the conservatory , we
joined in an activity with “ Yes Academy “ to play in a big concert
. I was so excited to be with them , after the concert I took some
pictures with my teachers in “ Yes Academy “ and they gave us
an award , in that moment I felt so proud .