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The Arabic Language Summit graduated with 21 nominations


Abu Dhabi (Etihad)

The inaugural session of the Arabic Language Summit, which concluded yesterday, came out with 21 serious scientific recommendations that formulate a mandate for achieving its goals and pursuing its publications. The summit was held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, under the slogan “Communication of Communities and Civilizations”. This December 19th and 20th, in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Center, Culture and Youth, about two thousand experts and specialists in the field of Arabic language attended.

New view
Furthermore, the Minister of Culture and Youth, His Excellency Noora Bint Mohammed Al Qabi, said that the summit represents a platform for communication and dialogue, with the aim of achieving innovative, sober and radical views, projects and aspirations. Promoting its use in the Arab language and across various spectrum in all Arab communities, the most important of which was the Emirates Declaration of the Arabic Language, whose policies were recognized by participants in the Arabic Language Summit. Emphasizing the position of the Arabic language as a distinctive identity of the Arabic language, it emphasizes the importance of strengthening our culture, our culture and our identity, creating effective orientations and new perspectives on the ways of teaching and learning the Arabic language. And the importance of developing programs to prepare its authors and enhance their knowledge and skills and to improve Arabic content on the Internet in terms of quantity and quality.
He added that the United Arab Emirates sought to establish legal frameworks and charters regulating the relationship of the individual in the local community with the Arabic language, and considered this to be an important component of the national identity from the point of view of his high-ranking Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed. Al Nahyan, Head of State, May God protect him, was the essence of the United Arab Emirates’ relentless efforts and efforts to preserve the Arabic language and make it worthy of international recognition. He stressed: “The Arabic Language Summit contains radical scientific recommendations that form a mandate for achieving its objectives and pursuing its consequences, and it is an honor for all of us to serve our past, present and future language of science, and knowledge, art, culture, economics and information.” Communication, and it is the language of our grandparents and great-grandchildren, is the language adopted by the Arab Summit, a wide range of recommendations that will be implemented to suit the context of each party, as appropriate and relevant, and in a way that serves its national orientations.

  • Noora Al Kafi during the conclusion of the “Arabic Language Summit”

The inaugural session of the Arabic Language Summit presented 21 recommendations:
1) Establish language policies and appoint law enforcement agencies.
2) Creating Arabic language academies and promoting coordination between Arabic gifts.
3) Adoption of the Arab Media Charter.
4) Establishment of a government unit to promote Arabic media content.
5) Establishment of Special Advisory Committees: Linguistics, Media, Economics and Education.
6) Implementing partnerships between media and scientific research centers.
7) Approval for curriculum for Arabic language in media faculties in Arab universities.
8) Enforcement of law relating to the use of “Arabic” in public places.
9) Establishment of the Arabic Book Watch and Raise Awareness on Intellectual Property.
10) Creating Arabic law for the exchange of books and knowledge between Arab countries.
11) Encouraging investment in electronic publishing and creative writing through electronic sites.
12) Creating integrated rules for writing that are spoken in story dialogues.
13) Arabic language and the use of artificial intelligence in computing search engines.
14) Digitization of dictionaries, manuscripts, Arabic encyclopedias and libraries.
15) Organizing translation efforts.
16) Joining international parties to achieve the spread of Arabic content.
17) Establishment of the Strategic Sovereignty Arab Knowledge Bank.
18) Establishment of an institute for the Arabization of science.
19) Develop curricula for teaching Arabic.
20) Developing tests to measure language skills in Arabic.
21) To prepare experts in teaching Arabic as a foreign language.

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From the summit sessions
During the 13 sessions, the “Language, Culture and Pathways to the Future” session highlighted important topics as it sheds light on the reality of the Arabic language and culture in a world where digital change is accelerating. Our language and culture are evolving and the most important efforts and steps to be taken to shape the new future for the Arabic language and the mechanisms of cooperation between the responsible authorities in different countries were discussed. The future of the Arabic language.
The session “National Policies for the Arabic Language” highlights the need to update Arabic language law from policies and laws, while expanding the impact of applicable law, its decisions and its best Arab practices in an effort to improve the legislative framework. Legal texts covering all areas of language applications and applications, in line with the development of technology and digital transformation. In order to crystallize the legislation that supports the Arabic language as the language of modern and advanced knowledge and science, “Translation is a Language. The Bridge for Civilized Communication” discusses the strengths and opportunities that Arabic literature offers for the study of linguistic arts and its aesthetics, and translates into the communication of civilizations and cultures. Talks about the big role.
During the “Arabic Language and Education” session, the status and future of the Arabic language report, new approaches to improving the Arabic curriculum and ways to improve and integrate these approaches through new initiatives to develop the Arabic curriculum were discussed. Training teachers in an effort to connect the needs and interests of the learners with the Arab world and to establish a future reality that will improve the status of the Arab world.
The “Arabic Language and Technology” session dealt with the most important issues of technology in the use and teaching of the Arabic language and its programming disciplines, in the light of the challenge of content competition in the digitalization of Arabic content in the digital space. In particular, the session on “Arabic Content on the Internet: Challenges and Opportunities” captures the highly influential and fast-paced digital space for individuals in various communities, as well as benefiting from the enormous technological capabilities that the Arabic language Internet offers. To a certain extent in improving its position it faces the challenges of controlling its maximum benefit from open databases, electronic publishing media and interactive systems. This session highlights the inherent challenges and opportunities in the presence and effectiveness of Arabic content on the Internet. , And how to use them to improve and enhance the Arabic language.
The session “Youth’s Relationship with the Arabic Language” highlighted the weak relationship of the Arab youth with the Arabic language and highlighted the relationship between the Arab youth and their mother tongue. New relationship in the future.
Poetry has a place in the “Poetry Rise” session, where poets meet at the peak of the Arabic language, to convey the message of love for their language and identity, and to create their own vocabulary that expresses their inspiring role in appreciating the language. Celebrates its emotional meanings and contents.
The summit also hosted the launch of the “100 Books and Books” for the Abu Dhabi Center for the Arabic Language, which discussed the existence of Arabic in the twins between the Arabic language and the arts and the emergence of several international dictionaries. Languages.
When the Arabic language teachers met at a special session, the focus on teaching Arabic in the mother tongue and non-native communities was highlighted by the presence of teachers of many authorities in the country, and to promote the personal experiences of the academic staff. In dealing with the priorities and patterns of students’ thinking, they reviewed what they want to achieve from the aims of the Arabic language involved in their academic studies, and the most important methods and teaching methods.

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International reference
The Arabic Language Summit creates an international reference to the Arabic language, enhances its existence, culture, literature and arts, and provides a new approach to improve the means of using the Arabic language and to enhance communication and knowledge acquisition. Accurate reading of current challenges.

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