Aproposed Program Based on the Analysis of the Qur'anic Discourse to Develop Literary Taste Skills Among High School Students

  • Zeena Fadel Mahdi Educational Directorate of Babylon
  • Murtada jabbr Abd Educational Directorate of Babylon
Keywords: Program, analysis of Quranic discourse, literary taste skills, high school students

Abstract

The current research problem is the low level of literary taste among high school students, which requires finding solutions and alternatives through which these skills can be developed. Hence, the need for this research is determined by determining the skills required for literary tasting and the preparation of a proposed program based on the analysis of the Qur'anic discourse His skills in light. The current search problem can be formulated

In the following main question: How can the development of literary taste skills among high school students using a proposed program to analyze the Qur'anic discourse?

It has the following sub-questions:

  1. What are the literary tasting skills required for high school students?

2.What is the basis of the program of analyzing the proposed Qur'anic discourse in the development of literary taste skills among high school students? What are its components?

In order to answer the research questions, the researcher used the descriptive approach. She identified a list of the literary taste skills required for secondary students and prepared the proposed program based on the analysis of the Qur'anic discourse to develop literary taste skills, which included the following: (basics of the program, its components, : A teacher's guide was prepared for the teaching of the program. The guide included an explanation of the basics of the program, its objectives, content, teaching strategy and evaluation methods

 

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Published
2019-04-04
How to Cite
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Z. F. Mahdi and M. jabbr Abd, “Aproposed Program Based on the Analysis of the Qur’anic Discourse to Develop Literary Taste Skills Among High School Students”, JUBH, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 176 - 183, Apr. 2019.
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