The impact of e-learning in teaching arabic language for non-native speakers

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The effect of E-learning and computer software program utilization in the Arabic language teaching among non-native speakers on the students’ achievement in the Malaysian context, was examined in this study. The Malaysian Government’s interest towards Arabic language teaching and learning among the non-native Malaysian speakers, has increased the progress of this teaching. Meanwhile, technological advancements have obliged teachers to employ computer multimedia in reaching some key parameters within the process of education. Challenges that teachers face in information delivery are explored in this study. The application of multimedia in teaching has facilitated teachers in the course outline preparation. Further, technology application in numerous life scopes, teaching included, is essential, especially in Arabic language teaching, specifically for non-native speakers. In achieving the sought after results, inductive analytical approach was used in this study. Considering the nonstop technology development, all the technological aspects of the Malaysian language centers were exploited, especially on the optimal application of present-day E-learning methods. Lastly, several recommendations to expand this technology for easy teaching and learning process were presented in this study.




Elawadi, E. M. S. S., Halim, Z. A., Al-Sammarraie, N. A., El-Ebiary, Y. A., & Pandey, B. (2019). The impact of e-learning in teaching arabic language for non-native speakers. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(2 Special Issue 3), 1159–1162.

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