The Israel-Arab Reader: A Documentary History of the Middle East Conflict Fun Activities

Walter Lacquer and Barry Rubin
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Poem

In the form of their choice, students should write a poem based on the book. Students can write from their perspective or that of a person from the book. Students should share their poem aloud with the class.

Journalist

Students should imagine that they are a journalist covering a major conflict, the beginning of an organization, or an individual. Write an article on an event described and share your article with the class.

Collage

Create a collage of locations and people as described in the book. Students should put their collages on display in the classroom.

Time Line

Assign groups to different chapters and have them create a time line on the major events in their assigned chapter, including the date and the name of the event with a short description. Compile all of the timelines and share them as a class to prepare for the final...

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