HE ROLE OF SMART APPLICATIONS IN SERVING SELF-LEARNING AND DEVELOPING ARABIC LANGUAGE SKILLS FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS (A FIELD STUDY ON SAMPLE OF NON-ARABIC SPEAKERS IN THE STATE OF TAMANRASSET IN SOUTH OF ALG
The scientific and cognitive growth and the rapid technological development that the world is witnessing today has imposed the development of means, media, educational systems and programs to keep pace with the latest developments. Therefore, learning and teaching the Arabic language in the age of informatics has become necessary, due to the urgent need of learners for it across all countries of the world. Arabs, non-Arabs, and for various reasons, including: religious, economic, educational, communicative, and others. The most important means of artificial intelligence that provided a great service in the field of self-learning, especially in times of epidemics and crises, however, many educated and uneducated Arabic-speaking people took it as a means to gain skills and knowledge, and non-Arabic- speaking learners and uneducated people adopted it as a means to facilitate their sipping from the pure source of Arabic To catch up with the people of Arabic listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This is how our study aims to unveil the role of educational smart applications in the service of self-learning and the development of Arabic language skills for non-native speakers in the state of Tamanrasset in south of Algeria. Through the above, we ask the following questions: -What is the role of smart applications in serving self-learning and developing Arabic language skills for non-native speakers in the state of Tamanrasset in south of Algeria? And what are the most important and most used of these applications? To answer these questions and to achieve the desired goals, we relied on the analytical descriptive approach, and we relied on the questionnaire as a means to limit the role educational smart applications. A great role for educational smart applications in the service of self-learning, and the development of Arabic language skills in general, and for non-native speakers in Tamanrasset region in south of Algeria in particular. This is what we will discuss in our research, God willing.
Keywords: Self-Learning; Smart Applications; Educational; Arabic ; Pronunciation; Non- Arabic.