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Title: The needs and objectives of the teaching and learning of Arabic language in Negara Brunei Darussalam
Author: Ismail , Pengiran Anak Haji Amiruddin Alam Shah bin Pengiran Anak Haji
ISNI:       0000 0001 3587 4427
Awarding Body: University of Aberdeen
Current Institution: University of Aberdeen
Date of Award: 2007
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This case study aims, to establish the expectations of future trends of teaching Arabic in Negara Brunei Darussalam, with special reference to 1pe findings of the Needs Analysis in teaching and learning Arabic in educational institutions (Arabic Secondary School, ASS and Universiti B1\lIlei. Darussalam, UBD), and government . ~ . Ministries (the Ministry ofReligious Affairs, MRA; the Ministry ofEducation, MOE; and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, :MFA). A questionnaire was developed and used for students in the schools and university, and for officers in the three ministries. The ~concept of teaching is understood' here as a process that is fundamentally and inseparably bound up with learning. The teaching of a language based on learnerqentred ,education has become a new trend in the teaching of a language' in recent years. This should be considered as leading to the development and improvement of , the teaching of Arabic in the above mentioned institutions. The teaching of the target language should be focused on learner behaviour and should be coordinated with the learner's goals in, needs for, and objectives in the studying of Arabic; In fact, ,acknowledgment that learners have needs has resulted in the identification of many· factors which influence the learning and teaching process. Issues related to the teaching and learning of Arabic in each institution has been discussed, and some problems have been detected and defined. To solve these problems, I have proposed several recommendations and suggestions; it is hoped and expected that the quality of the teaching and learning of the Arabic language in Negara Brunei Darussalam will thus be improved, arid iI). particular at the five institutions that require and use of Arabic.
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Qualification Name: University of Aberdeen, 2007 Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.485403  DOI: Not available
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