Arabic Competition

Foreign Education Department is glad to announce the celebrations and  competitions for the Foreign International Schools in Yanbu on the  occasion of the Arabic Language Day on 18 Dec. The deadline for submissions of entry is on 27 Dec.

The Competition: is the first competition in the Arabic Language dedicated to the non-Arab students in Yanbu International schools.

The Targeted People : Non-Arab students of the international schools in the three educational stages.

Competition Objectives:

  1. To introduced one of the most used languages all over nation.
  2. To promote cultural understanding and encourage dialogue among people who speak different languages.
  3. To motive and encourage non Arab speakers in International Schools in Yanbu to have the ability to write and speak Arabic.
  4. To encourage young people to be more creative in the development of using Arabic text and language.

Following are the details of the competition :

S.No Event Guidelines
1 (1)Hand writing

(2)Elocution

Grade – 3-6 only.

(1)Handwriting:

A-    Must be composed three lines

B-    The font should be choose from Kufi or Naskh

C-    It should be written on A3 paper size.

(2) Elocution

A-  The elocution should not be read from written text.

B-   A poem or a short speech are chosen by the  student or by someone.

C-   The poem should be composed of 6 or 10 verses.

D-  The speech includes approximately 70 words.

2 ( 1 ) Elocution

(2) Short Story Writing

Grade – 7-9 only

( 1 ) Elocution

A-  The elocution will be for a poem, a speech or a broadcast.

B – The text could be chosen by the students themselves  or by any other one.

C – The poem should be between 8 and 12 verses.

D – The speech or talk length will be approximately 100 words.

E – The text should be in formal Arabic.

F – The elocution should not be read from a written text

(2)Short Story Writing :

A – The short story narrates some real personal tale experienced by the participant themselves during their stay in Saudi Arabia.

B – The story should be between 100 and 250 words.

C – The story should be written by the participant themselves.

3  (1) Elocution

(1)  Arabic Translation of a short story

Grade 10-12 only

(1)Elocution

A – The elocution will be for a poem, a speech or a broadcast.

B – The text could be chosen by the student himself or by any other one.

C – The poem should be between 10 and 15 verses.

D – The speech or talk will be approximately 150 words.

E – The text should be in formal Arabic.

F – The elocution should not be read from a written text.

(2)Arabic translation of a short story (English to Arabic)

A-    The short story could be from the students text book or any books.

B-    The story must have a good moral lessons.

C-    The story should be a minimum 150 words and a maximum 300 words.

D-     The original English story must be attached with

   
4  
  Short movie or Prezi application

 

 

 

 

Teachers & Admins

A- Movie should be through one of a movie makers program.

B- The movie could be use as a teaching aids that is related to the Arabic text books.

C-Approximately running time of 3 minutes

d-Arab & non-Arab teachers can participate.

     
5 Criteria for Judging The evaluations would be in the following aspects.

–        The elocution should be correct in articulation, grammar and morphology.

–        The ability to speech taking into account rhetoric,  poetic and prose aspects.(interrogations, exclamation, pause etc.,)

–        Evaluation in short story writing will mainly consider the linguistic appropriateness, clarity, and the sequence.

–        The entry must be submitted saved as video clips and send it by email : nadia.alghamdi.moe@gmail.com

All the best to the students for the coming competitions.
Foreign Education Supervisor (Girls)

  Yanbu, KSA

5 Replies to “Arabic Competition”

Farhana

December 25, 2016 at 3:49 pm

Lovely idea and opportunity. My daughter is excited and quite enthusiastic.

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Rahath Farzana

December 17, 2016 at 4:20 pm

Glad to see the education ministry has taken steps to celebrate Arabic day this will help to promote cultural understanding and encourage dialogue among people who speak different languages.

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Seema Faiz

December 17, 2016 at 10:41 am

Thanks for arranging a wonderful apportunity for non Arab students. .we appreciate the efforts to promote the language.
Hope it will help students to adjust more comfortably in kingdom.
Thanks again

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Mala

December 17, 2016 at 10:33 am

Great idea. Really it will give opportunity to nonarab students to learn and develop skills in Arabic language.

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Rizwana

December 16, 2016 at 9:31 am

Positive step to encourage students to take part in such kind of co scholastic activities

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