QC hones writing skills of students Feb 05, 2019 0 2215 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaThe training workshops of the third edition of the ‘Future’s Writers’ programme, which were implemented by Qatar Charity (QC) in collaboration with Qatar University (QU), concluded with the participation of 18 students, who were winners in the first and second editions of the programme.The workshops lasted for three months. The programme, which included two advanced training workshops on writing a short story, aims at developing the abilities and skills of students to enable them write different types of stories.During the workshops led by QU professors, who are specialists in the fields of literature and story, students learned how to develop their writing skills. The students also received many practical exercises in this regard.The ‘Future’s Writers’ programme is one of QC’s projects, which are implemented within Qatar. It is concerned with the development of students’ writing skills by organising competitions and holding workshops. Dr Imtinan al Samadi, a professor at QU, gave a workshop entitled ‘How to write a short story’ in which she discussed the differencebetween the story and the news, identifying the elements of the short story and teaching the students how to write stories. She also shed light on how a writer turns an idea into a story, highlighting the importance of the art of writing. Dr Seeta Naqadan, also a professor at QU, gave another practical workshop on story writing in which trainees wrote different stories. At the end of the training programme, the students expressed their pleasure at their participation in the training activities, which covered both theoretical and practical aspects. Saleh al Mansouri, a student at Al Shaimaa Secondary School for Girls, said: “This programme has added a lot of creativity and innovation to my skills of writing a short story,” noting that she learned how to write a story in various fields and forms.On his part, Adel Muhammad al Mowlawi, a student at the Religious Institute, said it was very useful to provide such courses and training workshops for the younger generation, as they enhance students’ talents, stressing that all those who attend the programmes benefit greatly in developing their writing skills and knowing more writing techniques. Pages 1234567 RELATED ARTICLES Sidra workshop to help bring immune cell-based cancer therapies to fore Feb 05, 2019 0 370 DFI, India’s MAMI to celebrate Qatar India 2019 through showcase of films Feb 05, 2019 0 2236 Over 2,000 global experts to take part in WISE Summit at Doha from Nov 19 Feb 05, 2019 0 526 Over 390 Syrian refugee families, 800 children get QRCS assistance QNA Doha Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has contributed to alleviating the suffering of the Syrian refugees in Lebanon by providing the necessary heating fuel to cope with the cold wave, providing children with .. Qatar to participate in Casablanca International Book Fair from Feb 7 QNA Doha THE State of Qatar, represented by the Ministry of Culture and Sports, a number of official institutions and private publishing houses, will participate in the 25th Casablanca International Publishing and ..