Arapça Öğretiminde Müzikal Ritmik Zekâ Türüne Yönelik Etkinliklerin Kullanılması

Emine Yavuz, İbrahim Ethem Polat
2019 Zenodo  
In this study; in Arabic teaching, first of all, in order to increase students' interest and love for Arabic lesson, the use of activities related to musical-rhythmic intelligence type, which is one of Howard Gardner's multiple theories of intelligence, is discussed. In our country, it is understood that the importance of listening skills, which is one of the four basic skills in Arabic teaching, is not given due importance and the researches in this field are inadequate. The aim of this study
more » ... aim of this study is to contribute to the development of speaking and writing skills by focusing on listening skills, which is the one of four basic skills in Arabic teaching and also to enable students to learn Arabic fondly. In this study, it understood that Arabic teaching was focused on madrasah in the past and was only for the purpose of understanding religious texts. In order to ensure the continuity of the political, economic and social relations of the states with each other, it is also important for our country's strategic location to learn and teach Arabic, which is the mother tongue of more than twenty countries. Today, we need Arabic in order to keep up with the globalizing world and to strengthen relations with Arab countries that we have many ties in religious, social and cultural terms. Frequent changes in the education system at the secondary level and the reduction of Arabic lessons are one of the important reasons that make it difficult to obtain the desired efficiency in Arabic teaching. In this case; teachers need to use time effectively and use methods and techniques to achieve the goal in a short time. In addition, many students think that Arabic is a difficult language and therefore they are reluctant to learn Arabic. For this purpose, in Arabic teaching, first of all, it is necessary to put into practice the methods and techniques that will make this course attractive for students by making activity plans aimed at making language interesting for them. The most appropriate way of teaching Arabic to non-native speakers [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3454187 fatcat:3tf4pvmaprbsppgtmimfykskaa