By Barbara Sinclair, Philip Prowse
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READING • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ~ J First the Hijab, Then the Turban? After the ban on the Hijab) will Sikhs be able to wear turbans? In 2004 the French government decided to ban all obvious religious symbols from public schools. As a result, Muslim girls could no longer wear the hijab, or the head scarf. Jews were not allowed to wear yarmulkes) or skullcaps. Even large Christian crosses were not permitted. A special commission researched the question and made the recommendation to ban the religious clothing.
Turn to page 163 and match the actual meanings with the words. 3. Look at the words you guessed correctly. Look back at the reading. What clues did you use? 4. Sometimes we can ignore an unknown word in a series of words if we understand the other words in the list. Does it matter if you know exactly what scholars are in the sentence below? Advertising's promises can seem harmless, but a group of critics, scholars. and journalists argue that they aren't. This is often true for adjectives. It is often enough to know if the adjective is a positive or negative quality.
8 1. 5. 2. 6. 3. 7. 4. 8. 2. In Reading 1, what is "another side" of fashion? Discussion 1. Do you think having a dress code at schools is a good thing? Why or why not? 2. Do you think that the cabbie dress code is reasonable? Why or why not? PART II The following reading is more difficult than the articles in Part I. Read it for the main ideas. Do not worry if you cannot understand everything. Read It Try to find the answers to these questions. 1. Why did the commission make the hijab illegal in schools?