Keunggulan kaedah elektik sistematik dalam pengajaran dan pembelajaran Bahasa Arab kepada pelajar Melayu

Hj Maimun Aqsha Lubis, (2009) Keunggulan kaedah elektik sistematik dalam pengajaran dan pembelajaran Bahasa Arab kepada pelajar Melayu. AJTLHE: ASEAN Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 1 (2). pp. 29-38. ISSN 1985-5826

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Abstract

This study was conducted to compare the effectiveness of three methods of teaching the Arabic language namely the Taqlidiyah, the al-Sam’iyat al-Safawi’yah and the Eclectic Systematic. The purpose of this study was to determine which of the three methods was more effective in achieving proÞciency in the four language skill (listening, speaking, reading, and writing). The study was carried out using a quasi experimental design. Six groups of 50 students each from the matriculation centre of the International Islamic University were used as sample for this study. The Taqlidiyah method used some techniques of TAFL (Teaching Arabic As First Language), the al-Sam’iyat al-Shafawiyah method used some of the techniques of TASL (Teaching Arabic As A second Language). While the Eclectic Systematic method used the combination techniques of Taqlidiyah and al-Sam’iyat al-Safawi’yah method. The curriculum for six groups of students used in this study were controlled in terms of gender, nationality, basic Arabic language skills and Arabic language training outside classrooms. This study has identiÞed the characteristics and the procedures of the Eclectic Systematic teaching method, which was found suitable for the teaching of Arabic language for Malay student at the matriculation of the International Islamic University. Results of the study showed that the Taqlidiyah method was effective in teaching reading comprehension and writing skill for both the elementary and intermediate levels. The al-Sam’iyat al-Shafawiyah method was effective in teaching listening comprehension and speaking skill for both the elementary and intermediate levels. The Eclectic Systematic method was effective in teaching all four language skills for both the elementary and intermediate levels

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Methods of teaching Arabic language; a quasi experimental design; Eclectic Systematic; language skill; elementary and intermediate levels; Malay students
Journal:Asian Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
ID Code:1487
Deposited By:Ms. Nor Ilya Othman
Deposited On:24 May 2011 15:22
Last Modified:13 Jun 2011 12:17

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