Arabic coordinator says Gayl Gabriel ends up inspiring her  By Isabella Manlangit   18301552_213135802526263_2576444136344314618_n   Gayl Gabriel, a grade 3 student, won second place in an Arabic calligraphy competition conducted by the KHDA.

Grade 3 student Gayl Gabriel won second place in an Arabic calligraphy competition conducted by the KHDA.

Grade 3 student Gayl Gabriel won second place in an Arabic calligraphy competition conducted by the KHDA.

              Living Arabic, an event by the KHDA,  concluded its annual competition about the Arabic language. The awarding took place on May 6, 2017 at the Jebel Ali School. Students were challenged to use one of the four styles of Arabic calligraphy to write an Arabic quote or word on a canvas, using different textures and colors. They were judged on the impact of the quote or word chosen, style and execution of the calligraphy, and effective usage of the background. 18275178_213135895859587_1613949245506709230_n                    Miss Heba Hashim, a TPS primary Arabic teacher,  said,  “often you find  the students you’re trying to inspire; however, Gayl ended up inspiring me.” Miss Heba also served as the coordinator for TPS in Westminster and KHDA all throughout the competition.


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