Standards Of Arabıc Language Elements For Non-Arabıc Speakers
This book is an academic study aimed at addressing the
challenges associated with teaching Arabic to non-native
speakers. Edited by Hany Ismail Ramadan and featuring
contributions from 13 academics, the book includes 12
scientific articles that explore Arabic language education
at three different levels: audio, word, and sentence. These
articles aim to find standardized solutions to common
teaching problems. The book is divided into three chapters,
each focusing on a specific aspect of Arabic language
instruction: vocal, word-level, and sentence-level teaching.
It offers insights and solutions derived from the experiences
of educators and researchers in the field of linguistics.