Title

تعليم اللغة العربية لغير الناطقين بها ..الواقع والمأمول Teaching Arabic for Non-Native Speakers: Reality and Expectations

Subject Area

Arabic and Islamic Studies

Abstract

Teaching Arabic for Non-Native Speakers: Reality and Expectations

This research paper presents a descriptive and analytic view of the reality that surrounds teaching Arabic Language as Foreign Language to Non-Native speakers and the future expectations. It investigates many different factors that affect teaching Arabic and the factors that may lead to future change in the field. The method used in this study is the descriptive analytic approach. The study analyzes the recent studies which dealt with teaching Arabic for non-native speakers and draws the attention to their focus and results. Based on the findings, this paper discusses the possibilities and expectations of teaching Arabic.

Brief Bio Note

Alhawsali is a Fulbright Participant teaching Arabic at GSU. He has an MA in teaching Methods and Curriculum Planning from Sana’a University, Yemen, and he is an Ed.D candidate at GSU majoring in curriculum studies. During the last four years, he has been teaching English as a Foreign Language in some Yemeni Universities.

Keywords

Arabic, Teaching a foreign langauge

Location

Room 212

Presentation Year

2015

Start Date

3-26-2015 9:00 AM

End Date

3-26-2015 10:15 AM

Embargo

5-23-2017

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تعليم اللغة العربية لغير الناطقين بها ..الواقع والمأمول Teaching Arabic for Non-Native Speakers: Reality and Expectations

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Teaching Arabic for Non-Native Speakers: Reality and Expectations

This research paper presents a descriptive and analytic view of the reality that surrounds teaching Arabic Language as Foreign Language to Non-Native speakers and the future expectations. It investigates many different factors that affect teaching Arabic and the factors that may lead to future change in the field. The method used in this study is the descriptive analytic approach. The study analyzes the recent studies which dealt with teaching Arabic for non-native speakers and draws the attention to their focus and results. Based on the findings, this paper discusses the possibilities and expectations of teaching Arabic.