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The UAE yesterday joined the world in celebrating the World Arabic Language Day, which falls on December 18 every year.
The Continuing Education Center provides Arabic language courses to various groups inside and outside the university, and also operates the Al Ain testing center to measure proficiency in Arabic.
Commenting on the conclusion of the event, Dr Ali al-Kubaisi, Director General of WORAL, said: "The challenges facing the Arabic language oblige us all to analyse and study the current linguistic climate to find the best solutions.
The ceremony included the opening of the accompanying exhibition, which contained scientific books, paintings, exhibitsby educational institutions and students posts by the winning schools in educational projects that contribute to the service of the Arabic language.
Naushad highlighted the importance of Arabic language learning at spoken level in terms of Pakistan's religious, cultural, economic and strategic ties with the Arabic speaking countries in the Gulf and Middle East.
The first and essential step in this regard is to concentrate on teaching the Arabic language in primary education classes, in a way that doesn't affect instruction in foreign languages," the institution's General-Director Khaled Qabbani said.
It was organised by the International Council for Arabic Language in cooperation with UNESCO, the Association of Arab Universities and the Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States
December 18 was chosen as the date for the Arabic language as it is the day in 1973 when the General Assembly approved Arabic as an official U.
In a lecture on "Arabic language's Role in Education and Culture", Hasan said that spreading knowledge in a nation is done only through its language, adding that this proves the impacts the Arabic language was restricted on the Arab and Islamic nations but also on other nations.
Tunisia has contributed, thanks to President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali's national choices, to promote the Arabic language, particularly by implementing projects to develop relevant methods and programmes.
Handbook for Arabic language teaching professionals in the 21st century.
There is a growing awareness among some Arab education specialists that the low levels of educational achievement and high illiteracy and low literacy rates in most Arab countries are directly related to the complexities of the standard Arabic language used in formal schooling and non-formal education.