In Search of Effective Second Language Arabic Vocabulary Teaching Strategies: Theory and Implementation
Date of Award
Master of Second Language Teaching (MSLT)
World Languages and Cultures
This portfolio is the outcome of the author’s studies in the Masters of Second Language Teaching (MSLT) program at Utah State University (USU) as well as her experience as a graduate instructor of Arabic at the same university.
This work has two main parts. The first comprises the three major components that present the author’s perspectives as a teacher, such as professional environment, teaching philosophy statement and the teaching observation.
The second part demonstrated the author’s research interest that aligned with her teaching perspective as an Arabic teacher. It was a position paper that called for Arabic vocabulary teaching strategies that respect the morphology and orthography of that language. She also argued that the existing vocabulary teaching strategies that were borrowed from European languages may not be adequate for all languages.
Yazidi Alaoui, Asmaa, "In Search of Effective Second Language Arabic Vocabulary Teaching Strategies: Theory and Implementation" (2023). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1713.
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