The Paragmatic Teaching of Oral Communication Skills in Arabic Language Teaching Programs for Speakers of other Languages

  • Mahmoud Jalal El-Din Suleiman Professor of Curriculum and Methods of Teaching Arabic Language, College of Education, Damietta University, Egypt
Keywords: Paragmatic Teaching, oral communication skills, Arabic language learning programs.

Abstract

The present paper aimed at regulating the Paragmatic Teaching, determining its role in the teaching of the Arabic language, and exploring the linguistic bases of the Paragmatic Teaching of oral communication skills in Arabic teaching programs for non-Arabic speakers. And building a list of oral communication skills in the light of Paragmatic Teaching. And clarifying the procedural procedure of teaching the verbal communication skills in the programs of teaching Arabic to other speakers. The research sought to answer a number of questions about Paragmatic Teaching, the research concluded to develop a list of oral communication skills in the light of Paragmatic Teaching within many axes, the first axis: the Paragmatic Teaching structure of the speaker, the second axis: the deliberative relationship between the speaker and the listener. The third axis: the linguistic elements of Paragmatic Teaching in the speech.

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Published
2018-06-07
How to Cite
Suleiman, M. (2018). The Paragmatic Teaching of Oral Communication Skills in Arabic Language Teaching Programs for Speakers of other Languages. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 1(3), 149-180. Retrieved from http://iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/61
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