Namûdzaj tathwîr mawâd ta’lîm al-lughah al-‘arabiyah fî dhau al-takâmuli baina al-‘ilmi wa al-wahyi

Sanah, Siti and Hamid, M. Abdul (2020) Namûdzaj tathwîr mawâd ta’lîm al-lughah al-‘arabiyah fî dhau al-takâmuli baina al-‘ilmi wa al-wahyi. Arabiyat: Journal of Arabic Education and Arabic Studies, 7 (2). pp. 264-285. ISSN 2442-9473

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The aims of the article to develop Arabic language teaching materials based on the complementarity between science and relevation for students of the Department of Mathematics and Science. This research used the research and development approach using Dick and Carey's development model that was modified by Lawrence Cunning Ham. The method to obtain the data used in this research is observation, questionnaire, interview and test. The educational material development model has been modeled in light of the complementarity between science and revelation, evident in two places: Firstly, in defining the educational objectives and educational outcomes that include attitudes, knowledge and skills, and secondly in defining the teaching materials related to mathematics and the natural sciences, and for those subjects and Hay Dal (Qur’anic verses) in them. The development model in this research is called Teaching Arabic for Special Purposes. The results of the research are evident from all the results of students in the four academic divisions in education, which indicate a high rate of over 0.70 (70%).

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: development model; educational materials; science; revelation integration
Subjects: 13 EDUCATION > 1302 Curriculum and Pedagogy > 130214 Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language (Ta'lim al-'Arabiyah Lighairi al-Nathiqin Biha) Curriculum and Pedagogy > 13021411 I'dad al-Mawad (Instructional Design)
Divisions: Graduate Schools > Doctoral Programme > Graduate School of Arabic Language Education
Depositing User: M. Abdul Hamid
Date Deposited: 09 Feb 2021 04:08


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