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Title: Analisis Dan Penyusunan Sistem Pengajaran Bahasa Arab Sebagai Bahasa Kedua : Kajian Dan Pembinaan Sukatan Di Institut Pengajian Tinggi Di Negara Arab
Authors: Abdul Rahman, Puan Asma Binti
Abdul Razak, Encik Zainur Rijal Bin
Abdul Rahman, Cik Nor Binti
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Kolej Universiti Islam Malaysia
Abstract: This research is an analytical and an evaluative study of Arabic Language teaching as a second language in Arab universities (University of Mohammed Al-Kharnis in Rabat, University of Jordan in Amman and Umm Al-Qura University in Mecca). This research is motivated by the need to create an Arabic Language as A Second Language programme for the Islamic University College of Malaysia with effective teaching and learning processes. Among the questions that have long preoccupied our minds and the minds of pedagogy and education specialists is "What is the best way and the most effective manner to build learners' skills in listening,speaking, reading and writing?". Thus, the purpose of this research is to study how Arabic is being taught in these universities and to propose a comprehensive methodology of teaching the four skills for Arabic at the Islamic University College of Malaysia. This study is a combination of library, field, analytical and developmental methodologies in research. The library research provides an understanding of teaching methodologies in general and the cuniculum employed at these Universities. The field research gathers data on the administration and supervision of programmes, the qualification of lecturers and teachers, their methodology in teaching, the curriculum, the goals of the curriculum, the teaching aids, and the learners. It includes observation and the distribution of questionnaires. An analysis of all these data reveals the following findings: First, students acquire more knowledge and competence if the lecturer is linguistically qualified and eloquent but does not do much of the talking. Second, the Eact that the lecturer or the teacher endears him or herself to the students has a very essential role to play in the success of any educational process. Third, the use of teaching aids is of paramount importance for effective learning. Thus, the use of language laboratory and technologically advanced tools such as an electronic chair which corrects the grammatical errors of the learners is desirable. Fourth, there is a need for evaluating andadjusting the curriculum in order to suite the Islamic University college of Malaysia. We have found that the curriculum is at the begging stage; therefore, there is an urgent need for alternative methods in teaching that are informed by civilizational and scientific developments. we recommend the use of the curriculum and teaching methodologies suggested in "Teaching Arabic as a Second Language", a book published by Umm al-Qura University. This will ease the process of teaching Arabic language as a second language and also learners will be able to acquire the language in a short period of time with less effort.
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