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Title: Pendekatan pengajaran & pembelajaran subjek Nahu di peringkat STAM dan tahap penguasaan pelajar: kajian di Sekolah-Sekolah Agama Kerajaan Negeri
Authors: Rosni Samah, Dr.
Arnida A Bakar
Keywords: Arabic language--Grammar
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2008
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: Syntax is a main subject in Arabic language and it is considered as the root of the language like morphology. A person who has good knowledge in syntax can speak well in this language and know how to apply it effectively. Moreover, syntax and its rules should be mastered very well particularly when structuring an Arabic sentence. The reason is that the correct meaning of a sentence depends on how a person deals with the right rules of syntax. Furthermore, Arabic scholars have also discussed the importance of practicing effective approach in both teaching and learning syntax in order to achieve the targeted objective. In Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM) syllabus, syntax has become one of the vital subjects to be focused on by teachers and students. Students who are well-versed in this subject have good command of Arabic language. This research is aimed to find out the teaching and learning approaches used by teachers and students towards syntax subject in secondary schools. The research has also collected suggestions from both sides in order to assist and improve the ways of teaching and learning this subject. Moreover, various learning strategies from the students and their achievements have been collected. It is hoped that the research has assisted in improving teaching and learning this subject among teachers and students for the betterment of Arabic language generally and Syntax particularly.
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