THE CONTENT OF THE CURRICULUM OF ARABIC LANGUAGE OF THE ARABIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF BRUNEI DARUSSALAM: CLASS ELEVEN AS A CASE STUDY

Achmad Yani, Siti Sara binti Haji Ahmad, Yahya Toyin Muritala, Nurul ‘Ain Bint Hajj Ismail, Muhammad Amil Zayyan Bn Hajj Abd as-Samad, Nurul ‘Aqilah Bint Jawrami

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This research aims to identify the content of curriculum of Arabic Language in Brunei Arabic Secondary Schools in which Class Eleven was the case study. The researchers distributed questionnaires to four Arabic teachers who teach Arabic therein. After obtaining the data needed by the research, the researchers analyzed it descriptively and quantitatively in order to achieve the required objectives. The research outcome shows that most of the teaching content of class eleven is in line with the aims and objective of the curriculum, matches the students’ language skills, takes cognizance of individual differences and contains the four Language skills, although some of them do not match their ages.

 

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.2886

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