Listening Immersion and its Impact on Developing some Prosody Skills and Poetry Appreciation for Non-Arabic Speakers

Authors

  • Manal Farrouh Eg

Keywords:

Listening Immersion, Prosody skills, Poetry Appreciation, Non-Arabic students

Abstract

Abstract

Objective: The objective of the current research aimed at identifying the effectiveness of Listening Immersion Strategy in developing Prosody skills and Poetry Appreciation for Non-Arabic students.

Methodology: The sample of the research consisted of (20) students from the second secondary stage of Al-Azhar students in Arpil’s Institute in Iraq. It included one experimental group that studies the Prosody using Listening Immersion Strategy. The instruments of the research included Prosody acknowledge, Performance skills test, Performance notice card and Literature Poetry Appreciation standard (prepared by researcher). After verifying the validity and stability of the study tools, the researcher applied the research instruments on the sample of the study pre and post and go the results.

Research findings: The researcher found that there were statistically significant differences at (0.01) between the mean scores of the students (participants in the current research) of Prosody and Poetry Appreciation skills in the pre and post administration of strategy in favor of the post administration. This indicates the effectiveness of Listening Immersion Strategy in developing Performance Prosody, academic Prosody skills and Poetry Appreciation.

Application: In light of the results of the research, the researcher concluded a number of recommendations, and suggested a set of further research.

Keywords: - Listening Immersion - Prosody skills - Poetry Appreciation- Non-Arabic students.

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Published

07-06-2022

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Farrouh, M. (2022). Listening Immersion and its Impact on Developing some Prosody Skills and Poetry Appreciation for Non-Arabic Speakers. Journal of Islamic Studies, Prince of Songkla University, 13(1), 384–410. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JOIS/article/view/257314

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