30 Sharjah Public Schools Compete for the Lughati Cup 2018 at the 37 th edition of Sharjah International Book Fair

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Lughati Cup competition, launched by Lughati, the Sharjah-based initiative that seeks to
support the ‘smart’ way of learning Arabic across Sharjah Government schools, kicked
off this yesterday with the participation of 30 public schools. The competition is held as
part of Lughati participation in the 37 th Sharjah International Book Fair, which begun on
October 31 and will proceed until November 10 at Expo Centre Sharjah. Sharjah Public Schools Compete for the Lughati Cup 2018.

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Attending the first round was Abdullah Omran Taryam Model School vs Al Ghafia
School; Al Haseen School vs Asmaa School; Al Thameed School vs Omair bin Abi
Waqas School; and Mleiha School vs Al Aqd Al Fareed School. Schools from the
eastern region of Sharjah had the highest number of participants with 15 schools,
followed by 11 schools from Sharjah City, and 4 schools from the central region of the
emirate.

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Badria Al Ali, Manager of Lughati said: “The Lughati Cup competition is one of Lughati’s
unique initiatives that aims to instill in children a love for Arabic language, encourage
them to read and learn Arabic using the latest technologies. The contest is in line with
the goals of the fourth phase of Lughati initiative, which was launched recently, targeting
third grade students.”

Al Ali added: “Today we are celebrating the 37 th edition of Sharjah International Book
Fair, which established itself as a unique cultural event that escalated Sharjah’s profile
as a leading cultural hub. It is inspired by the vision of the vision of HH Sheikh Dr.
Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah,
whose direction led to investment in the new generation by preparing and encouraging
them to preserve Arabic, the language of knowledge. In light of this vision, we have
participated in this international event to take part in building a generation with strong
Arabic skills and motivate them to utilize advanced technology to learn Arabic”.

The entry criteria as laid out by the organising committee of the Lughati Cup requires
each participating school to pick a team of three students who have strong Arabic skills.
The students should be from the specified grade as per the cup’s edition. The rules also
stipulate that team members, once selected, cannot be changed as a school advances
through the rounds of Lughati Cup. The judging panel comprises of a host of
educational professionals, academics and Arabic Language experts.

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30 Sharjah Public Schools Compete for the Lughati Cup 2018 at the 37 th edition of Sharjah International Book Fair

The competition’s judging panel will take into account factors such as personality,
fluency, efficiency, pronunciation, understanding, and proper expression, through a
series of questions that will test the teams’ Arabic language and intellectual skills
acquired in first and second grades.

The Lughati Cup Competition, launched by Lughati Initiative in 2016, is a contest
specially designed for primary school students in Sharjah to test their Arabic language
skills. It aims to promote Arabic as a culture and behavior in all aspects of their lives.

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