The Need for Awareness in Strengthening, Developing and Teaching of Mother Language

On World Mother Language Day, a workshop entitled “The Need for Awareness in Strengthening, Development and Teaching of Mother Language” was held at the Presidency of Sulaimani Polytechnic University.

In the presence of Professor Dr. Alan Faraidoon Ali Amin, Rector of Sulaimani Polytechnic University, Prof. Soran Abubakr, Vice Rector for Scientific Affairs, Prof. Dana Ahmad, Vice Rector for Administrative and Financial Affairs and a number of researchers and linguists On the occasion of World Mother Language Day, Sulaimani Polytechnic University Research Center organized a workshop entitled “The Need for Awareness in Strengthening, Development and Teaching Mother Language”. Dr. Karzan Mohammed, Expert in Media Law and M. Choli Asad, Expert in Media Language.

At the beginning of the workshop, Professor Dr. Alan Faraidoon Ali Amin, President of Sulaimani Polytechnic University, said: “Our university has always tried to play a major role in serving society.

Because the mother tongue is life and grows with us, we must all preserve this sweet language and make it the basis of our discussions in academic and scientific centers".

Professor Dr. Alan Faraidoon said: "Mother tongue plays a major role in universities for teaching and education so that we can build a strong generation that has the ability to discuss in society and have good relations with the environment to serve the future of society. He named his laboratories after those who have done great service to the Kurdish language".

Then M. Choli Assad, a media expert and a lecturer at Sulaimani Polytechnic University, presented a historical brief about World Mother's Day, which first originated in Bangladesh, and highlighted the positive aspects of the mother tongue that has a great impact on the development of childhood and personality. Mother tongue should be the first choice in any society.

Afterwards, Prof. Karzan Mohammed, an expert in media law and a lecturer at Sulaimani Polytechnic University, presented awareness about linguistic law and the role of the media in educating a moderate individual, as well as several theories about the role and impact of mother tongue He pointed out the stages of development of the Kurdish language.

Finally, in an open discussion, the participants enriched the workshop with their views and comments and gifts of Sulaimani Polytechnic University were presented to two university professors (Prof. Karzan Mohammed and M. Choli Asad).