Sharjah: The Arabic Language Education Center for Gulf States (ALECGS) in the Emirate of Sharjah has launched its 6th remote learning program, “Teaching Reading to Beginners in the Light of Oral Language Requirements.”
The program offers 12 training hours to provide a list of oral linguistic requirements and a program based on meeting those requirements.
ALECGS has continued to introduce a package of distance learning programs to develop methods of teaching and learning the Arabic language.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Issa Saleh Al Hammadi, Director of ALECGS in Sharjah, remarked that the program includes a wide range of oral language activities, contributing towards the development of various abilities in children.
The program strives to develop a list of some oral language requirements for teaching reading to beginners.
Dr. Al Hammadi clarified that the programs provide training to several Arabic language specialists in the member states of the Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States, through a series of training courses in numerous parts of learning the Arabic language.
With the participation of 6 countries, being, South Sudan, Guinea, Senegal, Nigeria, Mali and Chad, the number of participants for the program has reached 18 from university professors and specialists in the field of Arab League languages.
ARABIC LANGUAGE EDUCATION CENTER FOR GULF STATES
The Arabic Education Training Center for Gulf States aims to develop the teaching and learning of the Arabic language, which is affiliated to the Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States.
The Center aims to develop the teaching of Arabic language and learning on the basis of distinct educational, scientific and professional, while taking the best technical means, and adherence to international quality standard.