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Title: The Extent of the Development of Arabic Language Skills among Birzeit University Students after Passing the Arabic Language Skills Course / First Level
Authors: Shaath, Sami 
Alkhawaja, Ali 
Keywords: Arabic language - Study and teaching - Birzeit University
Issue Date: 2020
Abstract: The research aimed to identify the extent of language development skills among Birzeit University students in the educational course (Arabic Language Skills / First Level). In order to attain this goal, a 40-paragraph achievement test has been designed covering three main areas: the linguistic skill, reading comprehension skills, and language coherence and clarity. After verifying the validity and reliability required, a pre and posttest was applied on a sample of the study consisting of 183, male and female students. The results showed that there were statistically significant differences in favour of the post-test. The results of the test displayed that the arithmetic means for the pre-test were 19.56, and the arithmetic means for the post-test were 22.23. These results indicate that the level of language skills development among all students was unsatisfactory. Accordingly, the two researchers suggested a number of recommendations .
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