The Arab Reading Challenge, the major Arab reading initiative and part of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, announced its intention to unveil the champion of the Arab Reading Challenge at the level of the Emirates, on Thursday.
< p> This came during a tweet by the Challenge Department on its Twitter account, in which it said: “The Arab Reading Challenge is announced by the champions around the world, and the UAE is preparing to announce the name of its hero for this season. Wait for the hero to be announced on Thursday.”
The challenge administration attached with its tweet a video clip, in which it reviewed the size of the jumps that the challenge has made at the level of the Emirates from the moment it was launched in 2016 until the current moment, and the statistics showed that the number of students who participated in the first season is 157,156 , Bringing the number to 455,000 students in the fourth season, while the current season witnessed the participation of 452,000 students, representing 1,435 schools, supervised by 1,435 supervisors and 157 arbitrators.
Statistics also revealed About 550 students qualifying for the final qualifiers, among them will be the selection of the winner of the title of “Emirates Champion in the Arab Reading Challenge”.
The challenge was held. The finalists are in the country by default, to ensure the application of precautionary measures, and to limit the spread of the Coronavirus, which revealed the challenge’s adoption of a number of innovative digital solutions that contributed to ensuring the continuation of the challenge march in the country.
The initiative also adopted a set of digital solutions to provide students with reading materials, and to record their contributions by summarizing books in an electronic format instead of writing them down on paper, as is the practice in previous courses.
The Arab Reading Challenge announces the champion of the Emirates Thursday