Sharjah: Amal Sorour
Badriya Al Ali, director of the Lajti initiative, said that it is part of a package of educational initiatives adopted by Sharjah to promote the educational process and to increase interest in the language of Hadad and a suitable school environment for creativity according to Arab to create identity. Modern and innovative programs in Arabic, as well as other training for the teaching staff, prepared in collaboration with "Harouf".
"We have succeeded thanks to the encouragement and support of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, member of the Supreme Court and Ruler of Sharjah, who has always emphasized the importance of Arabic as an important part of Arab identity.
The fourth phase was launched yesterday morning at the Asma Primary School for Girls in Sharjah, focusing on 1135 third-grade students, 89 teachers and 49 schools. The ceremony was attended by Marwan Al-Sawaleh, secretary of the Ministry of Education for Educational Affairs, Dr. ir. Saeed Musabih Al Kaabi, chairman of the Sharjah Education Council, Ali Al Hosani, secretary general of the Sharjah Education Council, Al Khaja Group director of Sharjah Educational Zone and Dr. Essa Al Hammadi, Golf, d. Mohammed Mostaganemi, Secretary General of the Arabic Language Academy in Sharjah.
"We enter the fourth phase, which we consider to be a milestone in our work and our efforts in the context of the" My Language "initiative, we consider it as the phase of picking fruit. It is time to harvest what we have planted in the past few years.We have reached 11,119 students in the Sharjah schools And we were able to teach them the love of the Arabic language.
"We are used to initiatives that serve culture and language, enrich the knowledge of new generations with many choices in Sharjah and my language is one of the important initiatives that support the culture of new generations.
The fourth phase involves the organization of a series of dialogue sessions aimed at teachers and clients, the feedback is presented and the feedback from the third phase is reviewed to keep abreast of developments and to inform the teaching staff of the latest technical means.