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3 Identity

The activities in this section focus specifically on issues of wellbeing, such as self-esteem, resilience and sense of belonging. They consider how practitioners can support children as they understand and negotiate their identities, and those of other people, in the light of other people's perceptions and beliefs.

There are two activities to help you highlight some of these issues.

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We at last tackle what some consider the most difficult dialect in the Arabic language, the Moroccan dialect. The east African area was influenced by a number of languages in the past including Berber, French and of course Arabic.


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