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HOLISTIC APPROACH FOR ARABIC LANGUAGE LEARNING IN INDUSTRY 4.0: STUDY ON AL-‘ARABIYAH LI AL-NÂSYI`ĪN VOLUME 5
Corresponding Author(s) : Ade Kosasih
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 8 No. 3 (2020): May
Purpose of the study: This research focuses on the link between Arabic language skills with the development of character education. It is aimed at finding a new holistic model in comprehending, developing, and improving Arabic language learning in the context of industry 4.0.
Methodology: The research uses a descriptive exploratory qualitative method that links the topics of learning with possible characters that are the potential to be developed. The data collection methodology involves observations as well as interviews. The later author analyzed the data and drew inferences. No software tool is used for data analysis
Main findings: This research both reveals and analyses learning materials and methods using the textbook `al-‘arabiyyah li al-nâsyi’în volume 5. In as much as the book is concerned, it contains holistic content on Arabic language skills and the development of character education due to the inclusion of inspiring texts and phases of textual and contextual comprehension.
Applications of this study: The research shows that the use of `al-‘arabiyyah li al-nâsyi’în proves to qualify as the new model of holistic Arabic language learning.
Novelty/Originality of this study: The use of this book as teaching material is very relevant to the current era. Arabic instructors may consider the paper for teaching language proficiency to non-Arabs by obeying all the determined stages and learning procedures, as found in the teacher's handbook.
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