The presentation of the textbook "Bukvoryad" was held in the city of Yaroslavl

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On May 18, the presentation of the textbook on the Yezidi language "Bukvoryad" by Tital Rashidovich Polatov took place in the Great Hall of the Yaroslavl City Hall.

Tital Rashidovich devoted his whole life to pedagogy and education of the younger generation. For thirty-five years he worked as a school director, a teacher of Russian language and literature in his native village of Tilik. Under his leadership, the school took a leading position in the district, and Tital Rashidovich himself was awarded a diploma of the first degree at the republican pedagogical readings in 1979 for teaching Russian at the national school. The teacher paid great attention to the study of the history and ethnography of the peoples of the East, especially the history, religion, and life of the Yezidis.

— In recent years, Yaroslavl has become a center for the preservation and development of the Yezidi culture. Many educational events were held on the territory of the city. And today there was another one – the presentation of a textbook on the Yezidi language. This is a very significant event not only for the Yezidis of Yaroslavl, but also for the entire people living on the territory of the Russian Federation. The creation of the book is a significant step to unite the people and instill culture in the younger generation, said Vyacheslav Gavrilov, Deputy Mayor of Yaroslavl for Public Relations, International Relations and ensuring the activities of the City Hall.

The textbook was prepared and published with the aim of preserving and developing the Yezidi language and literature on the territory of the Russian Federation. It is focused on familiarization with the letters of the alphabet and is intended for the initial literacy of the Yezidi language for school-age children. The recommended textbook will help an adult to feel the richness and charm of his native Yezidi language, to cultivate a sense of love for his people and culture, for his homeland — Russia.

The alphabet was created mainly for Yezidis who were born and live in Russia. The textbook is intended for self-study of literacy. The author of the book well represented, based on many years of pedagogical experience, modern realities, and problems. Ethnic Yezidis have found themselves in a very difficult situation, and the preservation of their native language is now our key task. I hope that the textbook will help us in this, and it will also give an impetus to the development of the Yezidi culture," said Fayzo Polatov, head of the Yezidi community in Yaroslavl.

Currently, more than 5,000 Yezidis live in the Yaroslavl region. The Diaspora has been actively participating in the social, political, and cultural life of our city for more than 25 years.

Yaroslavl City Hall of the Russian Federation





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The presentation of the textbook "Bukvoryad" was held in the city of Yaroslavl

2022/05/6520-1652945111.jpg
Read: 2059     12:30     19 Май 2022    

On May 18, the presentation of the textbook on the Yezidi language "Bukvoryad" by Tital Rashidovich Polatov took place in the Great Hall of the Yaroslavl City Hall.

Tital Rashidovich devoted his whole life to pedagogy and education of the younger generation. For thirty-five years he worked as a school director, a teacher of Russian language and literature in his native village of Tilik. Under his leadership, the school took a leading position in the district, and Tital Rashidovich himself was awarded a diploma of the first degree at the republican pedagogical readings in 1979 for teaching Russian at the national school. The teacher paid great attention to the study of the history and ethnography of the peoples of the East, especially the history, religion, and life of the Yezidis.

— In recent years, Yaroslavl has become a center for the preservation and development of the Yezidi culture. Many educational events were held on the territory of the city. And today there was another one – the presentation of a textbook on the Yezidi language. This is a very significant event not only for the Yezidis of Yaroslavl, but also for the entire people living on the territory of the Russian Federation. The creation of the book is a significant step to unite the people and instill culture in the younger generation, said Vyacheslav Gavrilov, Deputy Mayor of Yaroslavl for Public Relations, International Relations and ensuring the activities of the City Hall.

The textbook was prepared and published with the aim of preserving and developing the Yezidi language and literature on the territory of the Russian Federation. It is focused on familiarization with the letters of the alphabet and is intended for the initial literacy of the Yezidi language for school-age children. The recommended textbook will help an adult to feel the richness and charm of his native Yezidi language, to cultivate a sense of love for his people and culture, for his homeland — Russia.

The alphabet was created mainly for Yezidis who were born and live in Russia. The textbook is intended for self-study of literacy. The author of the book well represented, based on many years of pedagogical experience, modern realities, and problems. Ethnic Yezidis have found themselves in a very difficult situation, and the preservation of their native language is now our key task. I hope that the textbook will help us in this, and it will also give an impetus to the development of the Yezidi culture," said Fayzo Polatov, head of the Yezidi community in Yaroslavl.

Currently, more than 5,000 Yezidis live in the Yaroslavl region. The Diaspora has been actively participating in the social, political, and cultural life of our city for more than 25 years.

Yaroslavl City Hall of the Russian Federation





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