Mohammed bin Rashid announces champion of the Arab Reading Challenge winner

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, announced, on Thursday, that Emirati student Sultan Salem Al Mazrouei has won the title of Champion of the Arab Reading Challenge in the Emirates.

The culture of Mohammed bin Rashid announces the winner of the title of champion of the Arab Reading Challenge in the Emirates

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum said on his Twitter account: “Sultan Salem Al Mazrouei … 11 years old … read 300 books in one year … Today 450 thousand students in the Emirates have participated in the champion of the Arab Reading Challenge … which arrived. The number of participants is 21 million students in 51 countries around the world … Greetings to a Sultan … and greetings to an Arab generation who is ready and able to compete.”

 

The champion of the Arab Reading Challenge special session

This course, which is the largest of its kind in the history of the champion of the Arab Reading Challenge, due to the participation of 21 million students from different parts of the world, relied extensively on digital technology and tools, including providing reading material for students digitally and allowing the participants to summarize the books that the participants read through Electronic files.

This came in addition to the provision of a digital supervision system that allowed supervisors to follow up on students’ performance in the champion of the Arab Reading Challenge, in addition to the initiative’s arbitration committees holding qualifiers in their various stages virtually.

Champion of the Arab Reading Challenge Goals

The champion of the Arab Reading Challenge, whose fifth edition is held virtually in 14 Arab countries and 38 foreign countries, aims to produce a comprehensive reading and knowledge movement that establishes the values ​​of communication, acquaintance, dialogue and openness to different cultures.

It consecrates reading, educational and cognitive attainment as a daily culture in students’ lives, fortifies the Arabic language, and reinforces its role as a vessel for producing content and contributing to the enrichment of human knowledge and human civilization.

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