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Improving the Arabic calligraphy and its impact in the promotion of reading and the development of technical abilities of basic level pupils

Improving the Arabic calligraphy and its impact in the promotion of reading and the development of technical abilities of basic level pupils

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Title: Improving the Arabic calligraphy and its impact in the promotion of reading and the development of technical abilities of basic level pupils
Author: Mahgoub, Yassir M.
Abstract: The research aims at: 1. Recognizing the Improving the Arabic calligraphy and its impact in the promotion of reading and the development of technical abilities of basic level pupils. 2. Inventing new methods and techniques to improve student's handwriting and understandings the beauty of characteristics and rules. 3. Designing a fully investigated programme to improve students' handwriting and train them to use the new techniques to attain these objectives. 4. Renovating and improving the traditional techniques such as the board, flash cards and models in order to help the pupils to learn hand writing and Arabic calligraphy. 5. Helping the student to recognition and understand of the techniques of improving Arabic calligraphy. The researcher has chosen the population of the research from a first year pupils of Rofida Basic School the year 2005-2006 a private girls school, one of the schools of: The private Education schools of the Africa council. The researcher is one of the teachers of that council. The study was conducted on 40 first year pupils at Rofida Basic School for girls that represent 10% the total research population. The research tools are: 1. A programme of learning and teaching Arabic writing was chosen according to the syllabus of first year at basic level in Sudan schools. The programme was revised some exercise in the field. 2. The research tools were designed according to student learning capacity. The research designed some learning cards such as structure collection. The researcher has arrived at the following results: 1. There are significant differences between the pupils' marks before and after test. 2. There are significant difference between pupil's marks before and after the test which prove that the designed programme has achieved its aim in improving pupils' handwriting and Arabic calligraphy. 3. There are significant differences between pupil's marks before and after the test which prove that the designed programme has achieved its aim thinking creativity. 4. There are significant differences in the handwriting of the experimental and controlled group which prove that the designed programme effect on the experimental group. 5. There are significant differences between pupil's marks before and after the test, which indicate that the programme has increased pupils' thinking and creative ability. According to the previous results, the researcher recommends the following: 1. The pupil's curriculum administration at the Ministry of Education is recommended to design handwriting exercise books for the first grade pupils. 2. Resetting the traditional visual aids such as handwriting exercise books, cards and models. 3. Arabic calligraphy should be included in Arabic language lessons. 4. Inventing new methods that improved handwriting, skills, that help the pupils to know rules and good futures of Arabic letter. 5. Designing a training programme for the Arabic language teachers based on a clear strategy to improve Arabic handwriting and methods of implementation.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/19342
Date: 2011-03


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