The 85th Persian language teacher training course to start next week
The head of Sa'di foundation, Gholam Ali Haddad Adel has said the 85th Persian language teacher training course will start next week, and it will be the first long-term Persian language teacher training course offered by the foundation which has been specifically designed for those who teach the Persian (Farsi) language.
Speaking at a press conference on Sunday, Haddad Adel said 103 teachers of Persian (Farsi) language, from 16 countries , namely Iran, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Uganda, Albania, Bangladesh, Turkey, Tunisia, Syria, Denmark, Serbia, Iraq, Kenya, Georgia, Lebanon and India will attend this teacher training course.
He added: "36 of the participants are Iranian nationals, and 67 of them are foreign nationals".
According to Haddad Adel, 24 Persian (Farsi) language professors are teaching this course and it is hoped that the participants will hone their skills in Persian (Farsi ) language, grammer, vocabulary, reading and writing skills, conversation, and listening skills.