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Little Circle Arabic Learning (LCAL) To Improve Arabic Language Skills And Confidence/ Little Circle Arabic Learning (LCAL) Untuk Meningkatkan Kemampuan Berbahasa Arab Dan Kepercayaan Diri Mauludiyah, Lailatul; Syarofah, Alfiatus; Fauzi, Moh. Fery
Ijaz Arabi Journal of Arabic Learning Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Ijaz Arabi Journal Of Arabic Learning
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijazarabi.v4i2.11626

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Learning Arabic at the university level for non-language majors was still a problem, and it was still being developed. This research aimed to see how well the Little Circle Arabic Learning (LCAL) learning model worked in practice. Students majoring in Islamic Religious Education who are learning the native language at the University of Muhammadiyah Malang's Arabic Language Development Program (PPBA) were the subject of this study, which used a quantitative approach. The method of data collection were questionnaires and tests. While the data analysis used is descriptive quantitative to process the results of the questionnaire. The sample t-test is related to processing the test results. Based on the t-test results, this research indicates that the Little Circle Arabic Learning (LCAL) model effectively taught Arabic at the university level. There was also an increase in competence in students in terms of kalam, vocabulary, and translation. This LCAL learning model can also improve the ability to interact with teams in groups and the student's self-confidence. These components support students being able to speak Arabic.
ARABIC PERFORMANCE CURRICULLUM DEVELOPMENT: RECONSTRUCTION BASED ON ACTFL AND DOUGLAS BROWN PERSPECTIVE Hasanah, Mamluatul; Mubaligh, Ahmad; Sari, Risna Rianti; Syarofah, Alfiatus; Prasetyo, Agung
Ijaz Arabi Journal of Arabic Learning Vol 4, No 3 (2021): Ijaz Arabi: Journal Of Arabic Learning
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijazarabi.v4i3.11900

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The development of the Arabic language performance curriculum in this study is carried out by reconstructing the curriculum design based on ACTFL and Douglas Brown's thoughts. The development model follows the steps set by Jack C. Richard. Needs analysis is carried out by simultaneously combining objective need analysis (questionnaire and interview) with subjective need analysis (review of the ACTFL document and Douglas Brown's thoughts). The results determine that the objectives, teaching materials, learning activities of Arabic language performance learning are arranged by considering three things of necessaries, and lack. The reconstruction results show that the Arabic language performance curriculum is directed at achieving five language performance standards, namely communication, cultures, comparison, communication. And to achieve that, speaking learning activities are designed to be imitative, intensive, responsive, interactive and extensive. Meanwhile, writing skills are at the order of the level of imitative, intensive, responsive, and extensive.