TELAAH KURIKULUM BAHASA ARAB PERGURUAN TINGGI ISLAM

Muhammad Jafar Shodiq

Abstract


Arabic is the language that taught in almost all Islamic educational institutions from elementary school through college. Students Islamic college graduates are ideally expected to have a powerful ability in Arabic. But, the fact show that among the fundamental weakness for the majority of graduates of Islamic education institutions, from the first graduate-level, intermediate and even university graduates are weaknesses in the field of Islamic Arabic in various linguistic aspects. This paper aims to describe the Arabic language curriculum in four PTI: UIN Sunan Kalidjaga, Palangkaraya STAIN, STAIN Bangka Belitung, and STAIN Palu.


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Bahan Pendukung :

Wawancara via SMS dengan Syarifah (Dosen STAIN Bangka Belitung) tanggal 13 Mei 2008.

Wawancara via SMS dengan Zulfikri Muhammad (Dosen STAIN Bengkulu) tanggal 13 Mei 2008.

Wawancara via telepon dengan Hamdanah (Kajur Tarbiyah STAIN Palangka Raya) tgl. 13 Mei 2008.

Wawancara via telepon dengan Retoliah (Kajur Tarbiyah STAIN Palu) tanggal 28 Mei 2008.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.23971/altarib.v1i1.267

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