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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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PENGEMBANGAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN BAHASA ARAB BERBASIS TEORI KONSTRUKTIVISME DI PERGURUAN TINGGI Nasution, Sahkholid; Zulheddi, Zulheddi
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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This study aimed to: 1) describe the conditions of Arabic learning in the State Islamic university of North Sumatra (UIN SU) Medan; 2) develop the Arabic language learning model based on constructivism theory; and 3) know the level of validation of the Arabic language learning model based on constructivism theory. This research applied Research and Development (R & D) method with Four Ds model consisting of: define, design, development and dissemination. The results showed (1) the Arabic learning at UIN SU Medan needed much improvement because 48.32% of Arabic language lecturers still used a learning approach not encouraging students to learn actively, collaboratively, and confidently. In other words, the learning process was still teacher-centered. (2) The product (Arabic Language Learning Model) produced was an Arabic learning tool characterized by constructivism, which includes: Syllabus, RPS and Assessment. (3) Constructivism learning and Arabic learning experts assessed the products with an average value of 3.37 (very good).
ANALISIS LINGUISTIK PRINSIP KERJA SAMA DALAM TUTURAN CERITA HUMOR NAWÂDIR JUHÂ LI AL-ATHFÂL Ulam, Asyifa; Emzir, Emzir; Nuruddin, Nuruddin
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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The purpose of this study was to describe (1) the compliances and deviations of the principle of cooperation in the speech of Arabian humorous story “Nawadir Juha Li Al-Athfal”, (2) the speech context in the story. This research used descriptive methods with qualitative approach. The focus of this study was the speech of compliances and deviations of cooperation principle which was used in Arabian humorous story by using methods and techniques to collect the data. In the provision of data, note and record technique was used, namely selecting the text and recording data that contained speech of compliance and deviation toward the principles of cooperation. The result of this research showed the speech of Arabian humorous story “Nawadir Juha Li Al-Athfal” contained elements of compliance and deviation toward the principles of cooperation with all of four maxims: maxim of quantity, maxim of quality, maxim of relevance, and maxim of manner.
INTEGRASI PENDIDIKAN KARAKTER DALAM PEMBELAJARAN BAHASA ARAB DI SEKOLAH MUHAMMADIYAH Syahnaidi, Muhammad Amin Qodri; Baroroh, R. Umi
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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This study aimed to determine the planning of character education integration in Arabic learning, the implementation of the integration and the implications of character education on the students’ character in Muhammadiyah Middle School 10 Yogyakarta. This was a qualitative research. Data were collected by observation, interviews and documentation. Data was analyzed using qualitative descriptive methods. The results showed: (1) Planning for the integration was included into syllabus and lesson plans. The integration of character education was carried out in the philosophical, material and strategic domains. (2) The implementation of character education integration in Arabic language learning was done through learning activities, giving advice, and the teacher’s role model in Arabic teaching. At the stage of implementation, the integration  had been carried out in the philosophy, material and strategy domains. (3) The implications of character education on students’ character were the development of religiousity, obedience, discipline, communicativeness and responsibility.
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Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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AL-USHÛL AL-FIKRIYAH WA AL-QADHÂYÂ AL-MANTHIQIYAH LI AL-TADZKÎR WA AL-TA'NÎTS FÎ AL-LUGHAH AL-'ARABIYAH Damhuri, Damhuri; Bahri, Ratni Bt. H.
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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This article aimed to discuss the theory of mudzakkar and muannats in Arabic. The classification of mudzakkar and muannats is found in most languages, not only in the Smith-Hmit languages family, but also in the Indo-European languages with varying quality and quantity. This linguistic phenomenon is very powerful and is one of the characteristics of the Arabic language. The most popular theory of word grouping into mudzakkar (male) and muannats (females) is a theory seeing a connection and relationship between the word (lafaz) and the meaning (ma’na). In the historical perspective of ancient society, it is also associated with the myths of public belief based on the nature of the world in general consists of mudzakkar and muannats. These theory - in another perspective - especially the ancient society has the power of argument and reason, but in the perspective of modern society has a deadlock of argument and loses its relevance.
AL-MUSYKILÂT AL-TSAQÂFIYAH ALLATÎ TUJÂBAHU MUTA’ALLIMI AL-LUGHAH AL-‘ARABIYAH BI WASHFIHÂ LUGHAH TSÂNIYAH FÎ BILÂD AL-MALÂYÛ Abdalla, Adil Elshiekh
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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The Arabic language that Malay learns as a second language belongs to a language group other than that of the Malay language, which is the mother tongue of the Arabic language learners in the Malay archipelago. It is well known that the Linguistic Library was filled with many studies comparing the two languages at the linguistic level, and no study compares them to the cultural level. Therefore, this pioneering study was concerned with a comparison between the two cultural languages. The study adopted a descriptive analytical approach; comparing the Malay and Arabic cultures and describing the differences between them in this field. The method of interviewing Malay students who represented the archipelago region and Arab Arabic teachers was also used to identify the most important problems arising from the different cultures that confront the two parties in Arabic teaching. The findings show that the Malay culture was greatly influenced by the Arab-Islamic culture. But there are differences between cultural manifestation in Arabic and Malay languages that, in turn, give some problems in Arabic teaching and learning in the Malay Archipelago.
ISTIKHDÂM USLÛB AL-RU'ÛS AL-MURAQAMAH LI TARQIYAH AL-TAFÂ'UL AL-SHAFFÎ FÎ TADRÎS AL-MUFRADÂT Kusuma, Handoyo; Nawawi, Mukhshon
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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This research aimed to find an increase in class interaction using the technique Numbered Head Together (NHT) on learning vocabulary. This type of research was a classroom action research by combining classroom interaction categorization according to Flander as an indicator of improvement. The object of this research was the 7th grade students of MTs Al-ihsan Pamulang academic year 2016-2017. Primary data were obtained through observation instruments and interviews as a form of triangulation. The results of this study indicated an increase in class interaction after going through two cycles, the results in the first cycle had not reached the success the success rate with the percentage of 58% while the second cycle reached 72% with an indication of an increase of 14%.
EFEKTIVITAS PERMAINAN BAHASA ARAB DALAM MENINGKATKAN KEMAMPUAN MEMBACA MAHASISWA PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN BAHASA ARAB Latuconsina, Sarah N
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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This study aimed to analyse the students’ reading ability and to analyse the effectiveness of Arabic game in improving reading ability among the students of Arabic Language Education Department FBS UNM. It employed quasi-experimental method with pre-test and post-test non-equivalent control group design. The results of SPSS analysis showed that the use of Arabic game media was not effective in learning Arabic reading skills. This was evidenced by he sig value (2 tailed) of both class A and B post-test were 0.50, the sig value. = 0.05. So H0 was accepted and there was no significant difference between post-test of both experiment and control class. But this finding proves that the reading ability of the control class students was very good. Whereas in the experimental class, Arabic Reading ability was not good before treatment yet after treatment, the difference in the value of the pre-test and post-test was very significant.
AL-'AULAMAH WA ATSARUHÂ 'ALA AL-LUGHAH AL-'ARABIYAH Yeaqub, Md
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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This study aimed to investigatet the meaning, concept and development of globalization in term of the cultural aspect, relevant to Arabic Language. It also examined how globalization, as a western product, affected in spreading of Arabic Language in the world. Moreover, it explored that by it, nowadays, how many users are benefited as well as other language throughout the world. It also investigated the nature and the cultural, political and economical senses of the concept. It, furthermore, addressed the positive and negative effects of globalization on the spread of Arabic Language as compared with other international language. In conclusion, the negative effects are apparently more dominant than the positive ones.
MODERNISME PEMBELAJARAN BAHASA ARAB BERBASIS PESANTREN DI RANGKASBITUNG BANTEN Rozak, Abd
Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies Arabi : Journal of Arabic Studies | Vol. 3 No. 2 December 2018
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This study aimed to analyze the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges in learning Arabic in traditional and modern Islamic boarding schools (pesantren) in Lebak Regency, Banten. This was a qualitative research. The researcher directly reviewed the curriculum and learning documentsand observed learning Arabic at both pesantrens. The ongoing learning was studied, understood, described, analyzed, and criticized. The results showed that the education system of modern pesantren was more open to study contemporary books in addition to classical books with the main target of being fluent in Arabic (maharah al-kalam). One of the distinctive characteristics of modern pesantren is that the languages spoken by all elements of this institution are Arabic and English as an attempt to meet the challenges in the era of globalization.

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