Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Language, Literature, Culture & Education 2014
ISBN 978-967-13140-0-5

Words Matching Skills Using Noor Method (Kaedah Noor)

Noorhayati Hashim, Hassan Basri Awang Mat Dahan

Islamic Science University Malaysia


Grammar seems to be a difficult component to learn in Arabic language. This is because the word is broken down into various forms of phoneme that have explicit and implicit meanings. In addition to grammar, Arabic language also has flexible rules in the form of vowels, letters and word position in a sentence, making it difficult to master the language. An analytical study conducted on the mistakes of Arabic grammar practiced in writing and speaking, found out that most of the grammar mistakes were from matching the words in sentence form, by a variety of matching techniques from various aspects. On this basis, this study tries to present a way to help solve this problem. A teaching and learning method that used graphics was proposed and it is called Noor Method or simply Kaedah Noor which enable students to understand the concept of word matching easily in the Arabic language and it is user friendly too. An experimental study was than conducted to determine the achievement of the students before and after using Noor Method (Kaedah Noor) in learning the Arabic grammar. The results of the study indicated that there was a good significant difference between the experimental and the control groups where the experimental group scored higher mean as compared to the control group. Students of the experimental group, agreed that the method is very systematic, very easy to use and making understanding of the matching skills used in Arabic grammar fun.


Kaedah Noor, grammar, graphics, easy to use, learning.

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