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    ICESCO Participates in 4th Arabic Language Week 2021, in Rabat

    17 December 2021

    In celebration of the World Arabic Language Day, the National Coalition for Arabic Language in Morocco organizes the 4th Arabic Language Week 2021, in partnership with ICESCO Center of Arabic Language for Non-Arabic Speakers, the Moroccan Education Inspectors Training Center, ALECSO Arabization Coordination Bureau, and Ibn Sina Institute for Human Sciences in France.
    The launch of the event held on Thursday, December 16, 2021, at the headquarters of the Arabization Coordination Bureau, featured an international symposium on “Digital transformation in teaching Arabic for non-Arabic speakers,” which saw the participation of Dr. Majdi Haji Ibrahim, Head of ICESCO Center, and Dr. Youssef Ismaili, Expert at the Center.

    In the opening session, Dr. Majdi delivered a speech wherein he welcomed the participants in the symposium tackling the rapid digital transformation and its relationship with teaching and learning Arabic. The symposium aimed at intensifying and coordinating efforts to achieve practical results and make effective recommendations for developing curricula of teaching Arabic to non-Arabic speakers using modern technologies.

    In the second working session, Dr. Majdi reviewed the experience of the Center in training teachers of Arabic for non-Arabic speakers and the Center’s salient initiatives and training workshops for the benefit of teachers of Arabic in the ICESCO Member States and beyond. “The Center seeks to develop Arabic education and update teaching strategies of Arabic for non-Arabic speakers, in line with the most appropriate educational approaches to the local learning environment, and capitalize on the technologies of teaching Arabic in non-Arab environments,” he stressed.

    Dr. Youssef Ismaili moderated the third session on “Experiences and initiatives in teaching Arabic for non-Arabic speakers”, which brought together five participants representing institutions working in the field of teaching Arabic to non-Arabic speakers from different countries. They reviewed their experiences in teaching Arabic for people eager to learn it remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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