Foreign instructors to consider Persian language condition
Publish Date : Sunday 22 July 2018 - 18:37
IBNA- The meeting for considering the Persian language condition in the world, from the 85th course of Sa’adi Foundation will be held on Sunday.
According to IBNA
correspondent quoting from the public relations office of Sa’adi Foundation in Tehran, the event is held on the occasion of the participation of foreign Persian language instructors from across the world in the 85th
course organized by Sa’adi Foundation.
The foreign participants are from Uzbekistan, Turkey, Syria, Albania, Serbia, Uganda, Kenya, Tunisia, India, Lebanon and Bangladesh. The meeting will also be attended by Iranian experts from the Foreign Ministry and Culture and Islamic Relations Organization.
The session is generally centered on considering the problems and difficulties of teaching the Persian language in different countries, the educational demands of the audience and will receive the proposals made by the instructors of Persian language from the participating countries.
The course which has begun on July 16 and will run by August 9 will take 90 hours.