Year:2024   Volume: 6   Issue: 2   Area:

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Djalila SACI

TEACHING ARABIC TO NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS -TURKISH SPEAKERSA FIELD STUDY ON TURKISH EXPERIENCES

This is a descriptive and analytical reading of the problem of teaching the Arabic language to non-native speakers. The focus was on the Turkish environment specifically, in order to present strategies for teaching the Arabic language to non-Turkish speakers and the most important obstacles facing those interested in this subject. The focus of the applied study dealt with the experience of teaching the Arabic language to non-native speakers at In the Faculty of Theology at Eskişehir Osman Gazi University and Sakarya University as a model Through which we examined the efforts made to achieve efficiency in the educational process, and the most important problems that prevent the achievement of the desired results, while presenting a vision for reforming what can be reformed, and reaching a model school that represents the desired goal for those responsible for teaching the Arabic language to nonnative speakers.

Keywords: Arabic Language, Educational Arabic Language for Non-Native Speakers, Turkish language.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.28.10


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