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Introducing Afghanistan’s Culture in Your Classroom

I am a middle school teacher who has also spent extensive time in Afghanistan, and I am the author of A Far Away Home, a work of juvenile fiction set in the country. The following essay is a pedagogical mosaic that introduces a variety of resources that have worked for me, which can potentially assist middle, high school, and university teachers and students to understand Afghanistan culture. [caption id="attachment_10039" align="alignnone" width="707"] Buzkashi game. Source: YouTube, 2005, h...

Book Review

Homeland Afghanistan

Homeland Afghanistan HTTP://AFGHANISTAN.ASIASOCIETY.ORG/ PRODUCED BY THE ASIA SOCIETY Reviewed by Howard Faber Homeland Afghanistan, a new website created by the Asia Society, is a remarkable online resource for anyone seeking to learn about Afghanistan from the pre-history of the region to the present day. It is a visual, speaking textbook, full of images, old and new. I found it appealing, mostly easy to navigate, and a balanced combination of scholarly comment and historical visual imag...
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