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Title: Methods of Teaching The Arabic Language by Applying 'Method Muthla Takamuliah' to Non-Arabic-Speaking on The Universities of Malaysia Study of Survey
Authors: A.R. Asma
Keywords: Arabic language
Al-Takamuliah Al-Muthla
Cronbach
Issue Date: 5-Feb-2013
Abstract: This Survey study was to examine the teaching of Arabic language skills to apply the method of "Al-Takamuliah Al-Muthla" (ATAM) to students who are not speaking Arabic as a first language at four universities in Malaysia. This method is the main pedagogical principles to ensure that teaching and learning of Arabic place effectively. Researchers to build 319 items for the questionnaire uses five sub-scales based on the method of (ATAM) to build using positive statements. Respondent to respond according to the five Liker scale. Sub-scale questionnaire comprises lectures, methods of studying the Arabic language (ALM), speaking in Arabic (ASS), Arabic listening skills (ALS), reading in Arabic (ARS), and Arabic writing skills (AWS). The research sample consisted of 200 persons from the four public universities in Malaysia (UM, UIA, UKM and UPM) chosen at random. The results obtained are highly reliable instrument with Cronbach ALPA value of .99. The value of Cronbach for each subscale ALPA also is high in the .96 to .99. The findings of this study showed a positive correlation between the methods of studying the Arabic language with each sub-scale between the values of Pearson (r =. 57 to r =. 64, p ~0.01). While the results of the five null hypotheses to test the differences in the study was rejected because there was a significant relationship between the Universities for each Sub-scale. Similarly, five null hypotheses to test the differences in the learning process less as a test t-test showed significant correlation between genders for each sub-scale. It is recommended that the method can be extended ATAM Array used in teaching Arabic at all levels of education. The researcher also suggests ATAM survey conducted factor analysis to test every sub-scale that this questionnaire could be improved in terms of quality and relevant applied in future research.
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my/handle/123456789/6203
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