Sultan Salem Al Mazrouei crowned the champion of the Arab Reading Challenge in the Emirates

The Arab Reading Challenge project, in its fifth session, crowned the student Sultan Salem Al Mazrouei as the champion of the challenge at the level of the United Arab Emirates, after a series of qualifiers that included 452 thousand students who participated in the challenge at the state level, along with their colleagues in 51 other countries around the world, to form the largest demonstration together Global literacy gathered in its current session more than 21 million participants who love reading and knowledge.

The final qualifiers for the Arab Reading Challenge continue at the country level, respectively, in order to crown the first at the country level in preparation for the competition among them in the final stage to crown the champion of the fifth session of the Arab Reading Challenge organized by the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Foundation to establish the culture of reading and the advancement of the Arabic language, as a language. For dialogue and creativity, and promoting the values ​​of civilized contribution for new generations.

The student Sultan Salem Al Mazrouei, from the fifth grade of Ajyal International School, obtained the highest marks in the competition that gathered 540 students in its final stages, and after that it was confined to 90 competitors for the title, among whom the arbitration committees selected the top ten students before naming the first winner of the Arab Reading Challenge for its fifth session on State level.

The following nine centers came from “Shahid Rashid Al Yamahi from the eleventh grade at Al Twain School, and Salem Ali Abdullah Al Mazrouei from the fifth grade at Al Salam School for Educational Partnerships, Jamila Hassan Al Zaabi from the 11th grade at Al Shifa Bint Abdullah School, and Mashael Talal Mohammed from The twelfth grade in the Zayed Educational Complex School, and Muhammad Ibrahim Saeed Al Balushi from the eleventh grade at Al Dhamma School, and Muhammad Ali Al Kutbi from the tenth grade at Al Dhaid School for Secondary Education, and Reem Ali Salem Al Shamili from the 11th grade in the Shamal Secondary School, and Islam Hazem Al-Majayda is from the twelfth grade of Qatar Al-Nada School, and Ahmed Muhammad Mukhaimer is from the eleventh grade of the Tunb School of Secondary Education.

Digital solutions were activated in this session of the Arab Reading Challenge in conjunction with the application of distance learning options and preventive health measures against the Covid-19 epidemic in most countries of the world.

Reading materials were provided to students digitally, and the paper summarizing of books was replaced by their electronic files.

The judging process, which was conducted by default, included comprehension, expression and functional reading skills, in addition to the abilities of diversity in reading material and library knowledge.

The jury evaluated the competitors ’performance according to the ability to review the contents of books, talk about them, extract information, and diversify reading interests.

The final qualifiers at the national level also witnessed the honoring of Professor Moza Al-Ghani with the title of Distinguished Supervisor after a qualitative effort to support, empower and support students, and provide educational and moral support to them in achieving reading goals, reading books in digital form and summarizing their contents in electronic files.

Atika bint Zaid School for Basic Education won the title of Distinguished School out of 1,435 schools that participated in the challenge from different parts of the country in return for their efforts to effectively engage their students in the challenge, and to provide innovative mechanisms to enable them to read and cognitively through the multimedia that it provided as alternatives to paper books in these The session is of challenge, and provides various forms of support that students need to achieve the goals of the challenge and to read books that achieve the desired benefit.

At the level of the emirate / region, the first class in this category was honored, as “Hala Essam Ismail from the first grade of Al-Hikma Private School at the level of Ajman won, while Muhammad Al-Jawad Ahmed Hassan Al-Wakeel from the third grade won the Al Maktoum Basic Education School at the level of Dubai, and Sultan Salem Ali Al Mazrouei is from the fifth grade at the Ajyal International School at the level of Abu Dhabi, and Shahid Rashid Al Yamahi from the eleventh grade at Al Twain School in Fujairah, Reem Ali Salem Al Shumaili from the eleventh grade at the Shamal Primary and Secondary School at the level of Ras Al Khaimah, and Jamila Hassan Al Zaabi from the twelfth grade at the school Al-Shifa bint Abdullah at the level of Sharjah, and Bayan Muhammad Tayeb from the twelfth grade of Umm Al-Quwain School at the level of Umm Al-Quwain, and Islam Hazem Al-Majayda from the twelfth grade of Qatar Al-Nada School at Al-Dhafra level, and Muhammad Ibrahim Saeed Al-Balushi from the twelfth grade of Al-Dhamma School at Al-Ain level. .

The results of the nationwide finalists for the Arab Reading Challenge were announced as part of a digital event in which he participated ... Her Excellency Jameela Bint Salem Musabbah Al Muhairi, Minister of State for Public Education Affairs, and Her Excellency Dr. Amna Al Dahhak Al Shamsi, Assistant Undersecretary for the Care and Activities Sector at the Ministry of Education, and Dr. Rab'a Al-Sumaiti, Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education for the Performance Improvement Sector, Her Excellency Mona Al-Kindi, Secretary-General of the Arab Reading Challenge Project, and a number of educational experts, school district officials, school directors, members of arbitration committees, as well as distinguished students competing for the title.

In this context, Her Excellency Jameela Bint Salem Al Muhairi affirmed that the students of the Emirati school have become proactive in participating in the challenge of Arab reading, reflecting a bright and honorable image of the Emirati generations and their great passion for reading, knowledge, and knowledge of different walks of science and knowledge to represent the state well in this pioneering, humanitarian and civilizational challenge.

Her Excellency congratulated during her speech at the ceremony announcing the winner of the Arab Reading Challenge at the state level, the top ten in each emirate within the challenge and the distinguished school at the state level, as well as the distinguished supervisor and the top ten at the state level, explaining that the number of students participating in the challenge for this year from various state schools, which is about half Million students demonstrate the readiness of our students to compete with the challenge efficiently and competently and compete with their peers from different countries of the world, adding another dimension to our students' experience in this field.

Her Excellency said, "The Arab Reading Challenge is a qualitative initiative that celebrates reading in the Arab world, honors its pioneers, creates an annual cultural movement among millions of students, and expresses an insightful vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai," may God protect him. He has always believed in the importance of reading in developing oneself and societies and their ability to create generations capable of change, leadership and making the desired difference within the global cultural movement.

Her Excellency praised the Arab Reading Challenge initiative launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2015, which restored interest in reading in our Arab world as a bridge to building human beings and a means to resume civilization and reach a better future for future generations on sound foundations that unleash their cognitive abilities and their cultural potentials.

For her part, Her Excellency Mona Al-Kindi, Secretary General of the Arab Reading Challenge Initiative said: “The crowning of the champion of the Arab Reading Challenge at the state level is the culmination of the efforts of hundreds of thousands of students, teachers, supervisors, parents, school administrations and Arab Reading Challenge work teams to enhance the qualitative successes achieved by the challenge in consolidating reading. As a basic practice for acquiring knowledge, expanding perceptions, supporting school curricula, enhancing the status of the Arabic language, and enabling future generations to access educational tools, especially with the rise of continuous, open and virtual learning trends that continue to develop by making use of technology and digitization.

"This technology allowed this year the Arab Reading Challenge and its virtual qualifiers to reach 52 countries, and enabled the participation of 21 million students in the challenge, which in its fifth session established its position as the largest literacy event in the Arabic language in the world," she added.

Her Excellency affirmed that the initiative, which embodies the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, "may God protect him" in strengthening the position of the Arabic language as a vessel for knowledge production and scientific and cultural contributions to human civilization continues to expand thanks to the keenness of all its participants to The continuation of this global cultural event.

She congratulated Al-Kindy, the champion of the challenge and the top ten at the state level, stressing that everyone who participated in the Arab Reading Challenge is a winner because he acquired new knowledge and various information outside the general framework of learning and acquiring knowledge.

The Arab Reading Challenge is following its fifth session, which has registered 21 million participants from 52 countries.

14 Arab and 38 foreign women, embodying the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, in preparing a creative entrepreneurial generation capable of transforming reading, reading and educational attainment skills into individual and societal cultural gains and qualitative opportunities that stimulate creativity and self-realization and support building competencies capable of leading development paths in Knowledge-based economy in their own countries and contributing to the progress, prosperity and prosperity of human society.

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