Bosnia and Herzegovina Yunus Emre Institusu (YEE) held an exam in Sarajevo Canton for students who were ranked in their schools within the scope of the “Turkish Choice” programme.
Akbulut stated that more than 7,000 students have already taken elective Turkish language classes across the country.
“We are not only doing language teaching within the scope of the project. At the same time, we are carrying out cultural education activities. Song contest, model contest, poetry reading contest and sports We organize more than 30 activities such as our tournaments so that children do not get overwhelmed in the intensive curriculum. We organize a children’s festival. Through this, we aim to make children more interested in Turkish and Turkish culture.”
Akbulut explained that they held a Turkish competition among high school students, and indicated that they are working in coordination with the Ministry of Education of the Sarajevo Canton.
Ersin Akbulut stated that they conducted the exams in an international format and stated that the students passed in Turkish.
“Students show interest in the Turkish language”
Sarajevo Education Institute official, Prof. Dr. doctor. Edin Mujanovic said that they work in cooperation with YEE and that the number of students participating in the competition is increasing every year.
Mujkanovic stated that the students are showing interest in learning the Turkish language and that they will continue to work with YEE.
Rafik Kurtović, principal of the Barusija ascetic school, where Turkish language lessons are given as electives, also expressed interest in the project every year at the school.
Noting that YEE also provided material support to their schools within the scope of the project, Kurtović said, “Our school students attended the Children’s Festival and had a lot of fun there. Students compete to be the best in the Turkish language today.” He said.
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