Week 11 Ibrahim (writer), Ahmed and Abdirazak

In this week, I and two of my colleagues decided to tell some the little learners some thing about the farms. The two colleagues that took part with me during this assignment was Mr. Ahmed and Mr. Abdirazak, we decided that learners should take the lesson first in the class as a theory, I started first by telling the learners this article from farms, here is my article:

Farms

“The roots of farming began in the areas of present day Turkey and the Middle East about 10,000 years ago. Most of the early civilizations began along major river systems. A farm is an area of land, including various structures, devoted primarily to the practice of producing and managing food (produce, grains, or livestock), fibers and, increasingly, fuel. It is the basic production facility in food production”.
After giving the learner that concise idea of farms I showed them some pictures of local and foreign farms.

Mr. Ahmed was next and here is his saying in written:

Farmers
“Farmer is a person who operates a farm grows; s/he cultivates by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques. Although the farmers are unsophisticated people, but they play a very important role in the society because we know that most of thing that we eat is from farms”.

Mr. Abdirazak was the last and here is what he said:

Suitable Land of Farms
Farms are area of land, including various structures, devoted primarily to the practice of producing and managing food (produce, grains, or livestock), fibers and, increasingly, fuel. It is the basic production facility in food production. An area of land devoted to the storage of a commodity or the emplacement of a group of devices.

At the end of the period I asked the learner to know more about the farms in home. Consequently, in the next day the learner came with different ideas and examples.

Hamda is one of the students with thoughts of that period. She told me that she asked her father more about farms and she said my father told me this:

“We as our family as a big farm that was used to belong to your passed grandfather, he bought that farm in 1975, he started the to work in his own farm with the help of your grandmother because at that time they didn’t have nobody to help them so they started in a small piece from the farm and started in wheat. So they farm and farm till me and your uncles and aunts born and grew up. Know dear Hamda farms is what the community based on because without farms there will be a food problem.”

Another learner called Abirahman told me that he his family was in his father farm in last weekend, and also he told me that he has a good idea from the farms. Here is his saying: “We have a big farm in the east of Hargeisa, it is big, and I and my family go there in every weekend’s holiday, in the farm us we get fun because in the farm we eat fresh fruits like lemons, mangoes, and other healthy fruits. Also in the farm we learn more and more about the plants and other living things. I like to go to our farm with my family.”

Finally, this lesson was useful to the learners because they got a good idea from the farms and its benefits. They also learned that the more they ask weather asking family of teachers that they will know more.

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2 Responses to “Week 11 Ibrahim (writer), Ahmed and Abdirazak”

  1. Nawal Says:

    Thank you Ibrahim for presenting this amazing lesson, you presented a different thoughts about farming and it’s benefits.

    Well done all of you,

    Thank you

    Nawal Abshir

  2. KEGHAH ROGER NUAH Says:

    i am very grateful for the lessons i have learn t in this teaching,i wish i was part of the class.i hope this lesson is not only for me but for those around me.Thanks a million times for this wonderful work.

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