The revision of Islamic studies .. and 6 new curricula to join the portfolios of international students الطلاب

Including self-defense and English

The Ministry of Education’s announcement of the transfer of textbooks to education departments in preparation for the next year included 6 new curricula that will join the list of students’ books, including self-defense guides for the primary stage, and English for grades, as part of a series of decisions taken by the Ministry related to curriculum development.

The five new courses included English for the primary grades, the life and family skills book, digital skills, critical thinking, teacher’s guides for self-defense in the primary stage, and the common year curricula in high school tracks.

In addition to revising the curricula of Islamic studies and social studies, and increasing enrichment, applications, and exercises in science and mathematics.

Today, the Ministry of Education announced the transfer of more than 71 million textbooks for the first semester of all stages, and the completion of their access to education departments in the regions and governorates of the Kingdom, as part of the Ministry’s efforts to prepare early for the next academic year 1443 AH.

The Ministry of Education had completed, from an early age, the stages of designing curricula for all stages, reviewing and approving them, completing their printing, and following up on their relaying according to a time plan that ensures that they reach all schools in all regions of the Kingdom well before the start of the school year.

The Ministry completed printing 28.452.093 million textbooks for the primary stage, 14,767.573 million textbooks for the intermediate stage, and 26,886.034 million textbooks for the secondary stage, with a total of 70.105.700 million textbooks for public education schools, and printed 187.266 thousand textbooks for memorization schools. The Holy Qur’an, 375,125 thousand textbooks for schools of adult education, literacy, kindergartens, and a society without illiteracy program, 28,100 textbooks for the visually impaired (Braille), in addition to 22,541 thousand books for students and activities for intellectual education institutes and programs for all levels, and 1,054.539 million Textbooks for international schools, 55,134 thousand textbooks for Saudi schools abroad, 160,350 thousand textbooks for Arab schools in Djibouti, 62,156 thousand teacher manuals for self-defense, and 3,500 Chinese textbooks for secondary school; With a total of 71,863.645 million textbooks for the year 1443 AH for all academic levels for the first semester.

The revision of Islamic studies .. and 6 new curricula to join the portfolios of students next year العام


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The Ministry of Education’s announcement of the transfer of textbooks to education departments in preparation for the next year included 6 new curricula that will join the list of students’ books, including self-defense guides for the primary stage, and English for grades, as part of a series of decisions taken by the Ministry related to curriculum development.

The five new courses included English for the primary grades, the life and family skills book, digital skills, critical thinking, teacher’s guides for self-defense in the primary stage, and the common year curricula in high school tracks.

In addition to revising the curricula of Islamic studies and social studies, and increasing enrichment, applications, and exercises in science and mathematics.

Today, the Ministry of Education announced the transfer of more than 71 million textbooks for the first semester of all stages, and the completion of their access to education departments in the regions and governorates of the Kingdom, as part of the Ministry’s efforts to prepare early for the next academic year 1443 AH.

The Ministry of Education had completed, from an early age, the stages of designing curricula for all stages, reviewing and approving them, completing their printing, and following up on their relaying according to a time plan that ensures that they reach all schools in all regions of the Kingdom well before the start of the school year.

The Ministry completed printing 28.452.093 million textbooks for the primary stage, 14,767.573 million textbooks for the intermediate stage, and 26,886.034 million textbooks for the secondary stage, with a total of 70.105.700 million textbooks for public education schools, and printed 187.266 thousand textbooks for memorization schools. The Holy Qur’an, 375,125 thousand textbooks for schools of adult education, literacy, kindergartens, and a society without illiteracy program, 28,100 textbooks for the visually impaired (Braille), in addition to 22,541 thousand books for students and activities for intellectual education institutes and programs for all levels, and 1,054.539 million Textbooks for international schools, 55,134 thousand textbooks for Saudi schools abroad, 160,350 thousand textbooks for Arab schools in Djibouti, 62,156 thousand teacher manuals for self-defense, and 3,500 Chinese textbooks for secondary school; With a total of 71,863.645 million textbooks for the year 1443 AH for all academic levels for the first semester.

28 June 2021 – 18 Dhu al-Qa’dah 1442 14

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Including self-defense and English

The Ministry of Education’s announcement of the transfer of textbooks to education departments in preparation for the next year included 6 new curricula that will join the list of students’ books, including self-defense guides for the primary stage, and English for grades, as part of a series of decisions taken by the Ministry related to curriculum development.

The five new courses included English for the primary grades, the life and family skills book, digital skills, critical thinking, teacher’s guides for self-defense in the primary stage, and the common year curricula in high school tracks.

In addition to revising the curricula of Islamic studies and social studies, and increasing enrichment, applications, and exercises in science and mathematics.

Today, the Ministry of Education announced the transfer of more than 71 million textbooks for the first semester of all stages, and the completion of their access to education departments in the regions and governorates of the Kingdom, as part of the Ministry’s efforts to prepare early for the next academic year 1443 AH.

The Ministry of Education had completed, from an early age, the stages of designing curricula for all stages, reviewing and approving them, completing their printing, and following up on their relaying according to a time plan that ensures that they reach all schools in all regions of the Kingdom well before the start of the school year.

The Ministry completed printing 28.452.093 million textbooks for the primary stage, 14,767.573 million textbooks for the intermediate stage, and 26,886.034 million textbooks for the secondary stage, with a total of 70.105.700 million textbooks for public education schools, and printed 187.266 thousand textbooks for memorization schools. The Holy Qur’an, 375,125 thousand textbooks for schools of adult education, literacy, kindergartens, and a society without illiteracy program, 28,100 textbooks for the visually impaired (Braille), in addition to 22,541 thousand books for students and activities for intellectual education institutes and programs for all levels, and 1,054.539 million Textbooks for international schools, 55,134 thousand textbooks for Saudi schools abroad, 160,350 thousand textbooks for Arab schools in Djibouti, 62,156 thousand teacher manuals for self-defense, and 3,500 Chinese textbooks for secondary school; With a total of 71,863.645 million textbooks for the year 1443 AH for all academic levels for the first semester.

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