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Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies
ISSN : 25486616     EISSN : 25486624     DOI : -
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Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies published twice a year since 2016 (June and December), is a multilingual (Bahasa, Arabic, and English), peer-reviewed journal, and specializes in Arabic Studies. This journal is published by IMLA (Arabic Teacher and Lecturer Association of Indonesia).
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PENINGKATAN PEMBELAJARAN BAHASA ARAB MELALUI INDEKS KATA DAN FRASA DALAM BAHAN AJAR DI MADRASAH IBTIDAIYAH NON PESANTREN Baroroh, R. Umi; Shodik, M. Jakfar; Fransiska, Tony
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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The factor of failure in Arabic language learning in Indonesia is the lack of activities in language learning. One of language learning activities is identifying meaning or word meaning and phrase in dictionary. However, word and phrase index developed based on teaching materials at madrasah non-pesantren was not developed yet. Therefore, Research and Development is needed to apply. After having collected the word and phrase index that were collected from teaching materials of Arabic language at MI non-pesantren in Indonesia, then it was tested at MIN Malang. The result showed that: there was a development in Arabic language learning through word and phrase index; that was students’ competence to identify meaning and collaboration in understanding text and context in a sentence. After having applied the experiment, students’ average score increased from 52 with 19 failed students to 81,26 with 5 failed students.DOI: 10.24865/ajas.v1i2.6
AL-'ALAQAH BAINA TAQSIM AL-SHAF AL-DIRASIY WA INJAZ AL-TALAMIDZ FI TA'LIM AL-LUGHAH AL-'ARABIYAH Ridha, Muhammad; Albantani, Azkia Muharom
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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This research was aimed to identify the relation between classroom classification based on the cognitive level and students’ achievement in learning Arabic language. The method used in this research was quantitative using the samples all the 8th grade of MTsN 2 Jagakarsa, 50 students academic year 2012/2013. The research found that there was no relationship between classifying students based on their cognitive level and their achievement in Arabic language with the value (-0,130). This value is between (0,00 – 0,20) meaning that there is no correlation between those two variables. It means that the alternative hypothesis (Ha) was rejected and the null hypothesis (Ho) was accepted or there was no relationship between the variables.DOI: 10.24865/ajas.v1i2.14
RANCANG BANGUN APLIKASI IKHTIBAR TASHNIFI BERBASIS WEB UNTUK MAHASISWA BARU JURUSAN SASTRA ARAB Ahsanuddin, Mohammad
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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In every academic year, the department of Arabic literature, Malang State University arranges ikhtibar tashnifi (placement test) for new students aimed to know their competence in Arabic language. Previously, the test was held through paper-pencil test. This research was aimed to develop steps in designing ikhtibar tashnifi web-based application for placement test and describe the use of web-based placement test. The method used was R&D (Research & Development). Some steps were conducted: preliminary study, product development, professional testing, revision, limited experiment, revision, and final product. The respondents were all the new students of Arabic literature department at the university academic year 2013. The research found the major concern in designing this application was observing, doing library research, and designing the program. Before it is used, the program should be first installed in the local server, creating database, and running the program. The validity of ikhtibar is 81,25%, while the result of media professional analysis is 85%.DOI: 10.24865/ajas.v1i2.7
BAHASA DAN KEARIFAN LOKAL : HARMONISASI SOSIAL MASYARAKAT ARAB – JAWA DI KAMPUNG ARAB Azzuhri, Muhandis
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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This research was aimed to reveal and analyze these following four things: (1) the history of language mixing process of Arab-Javanese society in Klego Pekalongan; (2) the knowledge of local Arab-Javanese about the language; (3 ) the harmony of Arab-Javanese with linguistic rules (derivation rules and the lexical meaning); and (4) the contribution of Arab-Javanese community on social harmonization in Pekalongan society. The data source of this research was obtained communication with the local people of Arab-Javanese community through in-depth and structured interviews. The code switching and code-mixing theory was used to deal with this research. Functional descriptive analysis was applied for data analysis. The research concluded that the majority of the people were from Javanese and Arabian descent and some were from Chinese descent. They used mix language between Arabic and Javanese language for their daily communication. The Arabian and Javanese people in Klego lived in harmony with the existed local wisdom.DOI: 10.24865/ajas.v1i2.28
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Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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PENGEMBANGAN KOMPETENSI GURU BAHASA ARAB MELALUI IMLA SEBAGAI ORGANISASI PROFESI Muradi, Ahmad
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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This study aims to explain the role of IMLA in developing Arabic teacher competences. Indeed a teacher is a precious profession, carrying valuable tasks to educate and build character of the nation. Teacher is a precious profession to create a good life. Therefore, teacher should develop their competences including Arabic language teacher. The intended competences in Arabic language learning are language competence, communicative competence, and cultural competence. IMLA is the abbreviation of (Ittiha>d Mudarrisi al-Lughah al-‘Arabiyyah), a organization established to build and develop Arabic teachers’ competences in Indonesia. This opportunity is given to Arabic teachers in IMLA organization to affiliate with its agendas, management, and association in local, national, and international scope. There are many information will be gained through the various agendas to develop teachers’ competence. For the example is like attending seminars, workshops, and other trainings held by the organization. IMLA organization is able to connect local teachers and lecturers to the foreign ones especially from Arabic emirate countries.DOI: 10.24865/ajas.v1i2.2
ANALISIS KONTRASTIF DALAM STUDI BAHASA Nur, Tajudin
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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Contrastive analysis is aimed to identify aspects of the differences or dissimilarities between two or more languages being contrasted. There are two kinds of approach in contrastive analysis, applied contrastive analysis and pure contrastive analysis. Both approaches contrast the first and second language, but different in the objective. Applied contrastive analysis is aimed to solve pedagogical problems, while the pure one is aimed to study language typology. Through contrastive approach there will be characteristic of every language and it is known that cultural diversity (the culture between first and second language) implicates on language forms. There are four steps to get through to contrast the components of the two languages being compared, namely (1) collecting the desired data (2) displaying a comparison in the same units of language through  language transfer, (3) identifying the different elements that exist in the language, and (4) formulating the contrasts in the rule.DOI: 10.24865/ajas.v1i2.11
STRATEGI PEMBELAJAR INDONESIA MENGIDENTIFIKASI MAKNA KATA BAHASA ARAB DALAM KONTEKS KALIMAT WACANA GEOGRAFI Asrori, Imam
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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This restrospective research studied the strategies employed by Indonesian students in identifiying the meaning of Arabic words in context. This study found: first, the students identified the word meaning using the following strategies: (a) using a billingual dictionaries (digital dictionary, printed dictionary, online dictionary), (b) asking friends, and (c) utilizing context. Second, students were able to identify the full context and identify the meaning of difficult words accurately. Third, relating meaningful context and accurate meaning which found four patterns of integrating context and accuracy of meaning, namely (a) full context and accurate meaning (F-A), (b) full context but innacurate meaning (F-NA), (c) incomplete context but accurate meaning ( NF-A), and (d) incomplete context and inacurate meaning  (NF-NA). The ability to identify full context tends to help students to identify the meaning of words accurately.DOI: 10.24865/ajas.v1i2.4
HUBUNGAN PENGUASAAN MUFRADAT DAN TINGKAT PEMAHAMAN MEMBACA TEKS ASLI BAHASA ARAB MAHASISWA Baso, Yusring Sanusi; Rahman, Faridah; Haeruddin, Haeruddin; Safa, Najmuddin Abd
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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This research studied the relationship between vocabulary mastery and the level of comprehension in reading Arabic authentic text. This research investigated students’ lexical threshold to measure the level of comprehension on Arabic authentic text. The data were collected from 47 participants at Arabic literature department of Hasanuddin University. Three test instruments were given, they are Reading Comprehension Test (RCT) that students were asked to sign unknown word meaning in Arabic texts, answer the questions from texts given, and work on Lexical Coverage Test (LCT) to get accurate word list of unknown vocabularies. The result was obtained through applying regression and it showed that the level of reading comprehension was affected 68% by vocabulary mastery. Also, there were 32% of the students depend on the topic or variables out of the variable of vocabulary that was not measured in this research.DOI: 10.24865/ajas.v1i2.12
ITHQAN MAHARAT AL-LUGHAH AL-'ARABIYAH MIN KHILAL TADRIS AL-NAHW Nasution, Sahkholid
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2016
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In some cases learning Nahwu was only stopped at the level of theory, yet its practice is still neglected. So many of the students mastered many nahwu theories but did not balance with the competence in listening, speaking, reading and writing in Arabic. It is true that learning Arabic is encouraged by nahwu, but the extent to which the model of Nahwu supports the language acquisition is questionable. Descriptive qualitative method was applied to deal with this research. The result showed that to master Arabic language through learning Nahwu, teachers should use al-Nahwu al-Wazhifi. Beside, they also can use this type of al-Nahwu al-'Ilmiy, giving examples of applicative and functional to complement existing examples in the book of al-Nahwu al-'Ilmi. In addition, because the books “al-Nahwu al-'Ilmy” had not been evaluated, teachers should develop aspects of evaluation by extending the exercise to hear, speak, read and write Arabic.DOI: 10.24865/ajas.v1i2.5

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