Factors affecting the learning of Arabic conversation among postgraduate students in Arabic language and literature (a case study of the city of Isfahan)
Keywords:text content, Literary conversation, Learning motivation, Arabic, educational curriculum
Considering the importance of learning conversational Arabic and its place for graduates of Arabic language and literature, this article attempts to identify the factors affecting the learning of conversational Arabic for senior students of Arabic. A study of conversation in the content of higher education courses, the teaching method of professors, the scientific ability of professors in this field and the degree of motivation in learning conversation of this language among senior students. After identifying the factors, and recording the role of each of them to achieve this goal, the survey method was used. The research questionnaire was distributed to a community of Arabic language students in the city of Isfahan through population distribution, and its results were evaluated by AHP. The results showed that the factors affecting the lack of proficiency of Arabic language graduates in conversation, the incompatibility of the educational content with conversation learning, and the incompatibility of the educational method with conversation learning. The lack of use of the educational potential of professors in this field in teaching conversation and the lack of motivation and effort among adult students in learning Arabic conversation can be classified into four factors: educational content, teaching method, and motivation of faculty members and students. The educational, teacher ability factor, student motivation factor, and the educational content factor are effective in learning and mastering the conversation of adult Arabic language graduates... The accuracy of the mentioned results was evaluated by calculating the conversation ability of students with high, medium, and weak ability with the help of the weights obtained and compared with The score given by the students to the degree of speaking proficiency. The results of this evaluation show that the statistical community of the study believes that teaching the Arabic language
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