Launch of the activities of the 5th International Conference of the Arabic Language


Sharjah24: The activities of the Fifth International Remote Conference on Arabic Language titled: “Teaching and Learning Arabic, Looking to the Future: ‘Requirements, Opportunities and Challenges’ have been launched, with the organization of the Education Center of Arabic Language for Gulf States (ALECGS) in Sharjah.
The launch of the activities is in line with the will of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, which will be held from 22 to 30 January 2022 .

In the presence of a number of intellectual personalities and dignitaries, the activities of the conference highlighted the importance of teaching and learning the Arabic language at the regional and global levels, reviewing the latest studies and academic and applied research, ideas and visions on improving the development of the teaching and learning of the Arabic language, reviewing the challenges facing the Arabic language and presenting proposals and solutions in this regard, benefiting from the exchange of experiences with other educational institutions in the Arab world, contributing to the development of the teaching and learning of the Arabic language.

During the conference, lasting 8 consecutive days, includes 24 scientific symposia and 3 symposia for best practices and experiences with the participation of 128 experts and researchers, with a total of 111 research and studies, all specializing in the Teaching and Learning Arabic Language. The number of people registered for the conference link through the portal of the center exceeded (70,000) from different countries.

His Excellency Dr. Issa Al Hammadi, President of the Arabic Language Education Center for the Gulf States, underscored the importance of the conference in fostering creativity and innovators, proposing solutions to the problems facing education and learning the Arabic language and looking at new visions to deal with it. , through scientific and applied fields in educational institutions. He also highlighted several other topics that promote the preservation of the Arabic language, pointing out that the Arabic language needs enormous institutional work and the combined efforts of the entire community.

His Excellency concluded his statement by thanking His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, praising his continued support to the Arabic Language Education Center for the Gulf States in particular, and the Arabic language in general.

He also expressed his sincere thanks and gratitude to the Ministry of Education and His Excellency Hussain bin Ibrahim Al Hammadi, Minister of Education, for the continued support of the Centre. He also thanked His Excellency Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Assimi, Director General of the Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS), for honoring him by attending and opening the conference. He also thanked all the partners and members working in the conference committees, and the specialists participating remotely in the conference, as well as all those who attended the conference.

His Excellency Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Assimi also delivered a speech, highlighting the importance of the Arabic language, emphasizing that it represents the identity of the community. He also added that language is a tool of thought, and a means of rapprochement and dialogue between members of society.

The opening also included a visual presentation, prepared by the Arabic Language Education Center for the Gulf States (ALECGS) in Sharjah, in which it reviewed its most important achievements during this year in the field training, conferences, seminars, scientific publications and programs. .

Participants in the opening session of the conference were also honoured.

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