SCHOOL’S
ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
By: Thabet Abdulla and Abdo Lotf
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 The poorest country
in the Middle East
and North Africa.
 Population: 25
million.
YEMEN
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 Lack of basic inputs:
school
buildings, classroom
s, facilities and
teachers.
 Specially i...
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 There are a shortage
of teachers, so
students fled from
the schools.
ESCAPE
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 in spite of Harsh
corporal punishment
is currently banned
in schools, but still
some teache...
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 Child Labor: 23% of
children, 5 to 14
years old.
 1.4 million do not
attend school.
 Illi...
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 3 – 4 children are
crammed into one
desk.
 100 students to just
1 instructor.
 Lack of
or...
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 The most problem is
cheating in the
exams
CHEATING
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 Poverty.
 Fathers choose to
educate their sons
over their daughters.
 30% under18years
ol...
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 Lack of bathroom
facilities.
 Extreme distance to
the nearest school.
OBSTACLES
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 Conflicts between
some teachers and
some students.
 Closure of several
schools.
 Al-Jawf,...
SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN
YEMEN
 The curriculum of
study is not efficient
, not clear.
Curriculum
THANK YOU
YCMES : GE ADVANCE A – WEEK 3 -
8/5/2013
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  1. 1. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN By: Thabet Abdulla and Abdo Lotf
  2. 2. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  The poorest country in the Middle East and North Africa.  Population: 25 million. YEMEN
  3. 3. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  Lack of basic inputs: school buildings, classroom s, facilities and teachers.  Specially in the rural Areas. INFRASTRACTURE
  4. 4. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  There are a shortage of teachers, so students fled from the schools. ESCAPE
  5. 5. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  in spite of Harsh corporal punishment is currently banned in schools, but still some teacher exercise violent against students. PUNISHMENT
  6. 6. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  Child Labor: 23% of children, 5 to 14 years old.  1.4 million do not attend school.  Illiteracy increased. CHILD LABOR
  7. 7. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  3 – 4 children are crammed into one desk.  100 students to just 1 instructor.  Lack of organization. OVERCROWDING
  8. 8. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  The most problem is cheating in the exams CHEATING
  9. 9. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  Poverty.  Fathers choose to educate their sons over their daughters.  30% under18years old married. CHILD MARRIAGE
  10. 10. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  Lack of bathroom facilities.  Extreme distance to the nearest school. OBSTACLES
  11. 11. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  Conflicts between some teachers and some students.  Closure of several schools.  Al-Jawf, Marib and Shabwa. REVENGE KILLINGS
  12. 12. SCHOOL’S ATMOSPHERE IN YEMEN  The curriculum of study is not efficient , not clear. Curriculum
  13. 13. THANK YOU YCMES : GE ADVANCE A – WEEK 3 - 8/5/2013

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