Teaching Arabic as a Second Language in Sulaimaniyah Schools from Teachers' Viewpoints : Difficulties and Remedies

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Natiq Saeed Ghayyib


The study is an attempt to find out the difficulties of teaching Arabic to speakers of other languages and suggesting remedies and solutions in the schools of Sulaimaniyah  in Iraqi Kurdistan from the viewpoints of teachers. It is aimed to identify the difficulties by the use of a questionnaire given to a number of teachers who teach Arabic. The sample of the current study consists of six schools for male and six schools for female. The total number of teachers included in the sample of the study is 44.The findings of the study reveals that attention should be paid to teaching Arabic by the use of recent theories and methods of teaching.

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