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Diss: Applied Ling/Language Acq/Philosophy of Language/English: AbdelWahab Mahmoud: 'The Effectiveness of a Proposed Islamic-Arabic-Culture-Based Programme...'
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From: Montasser AbdelWahab Mahmoud <dr_montasser73yahoo.com>
Subject: The Effectiveness of a Proposed Islamic-Arabic-Culture-Based Programme in Developing English Language Listening and Reading Comprehension Skills of Students at AlAzhar Preparatory Institutes and Their Attitudes Towards English Language
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Institution: Cairo University
Dissertation Status: Completed
Degree Date: 2010
Author: Montasser Mohamed AbdelWahab Mahmoud
Dissertation Title: The Effectiveness of a Proposed Islamic-Arabic-Culture-Based Programme in Developing English Language Listening and Reading Comprehension Skills of Students at AlAzhar Preparatory Institutes and Their Attitudes Towards English Language
Philosophy of Language
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
Ali Ahmed Madkour
Zeinab Ali AlNajjar
This study investigated the effectiveness of a proposed Islamic –Arabic-culture-
based programme in developing English language listening and reading
comprehension skills of third year students at Al-Azhar preparatory institutes.
The sample of the present study involved thirty-one female students from Al-
Badrasheen Preparatory Institute (as an experimental group) and thirty-one
female students from Al-Omrania Preparatory Institute (as a control group). The
study also aimed to test the change that is expected to occur for students'
attitudes towards learning English as a result of applying the proposed
programme. A listening reading comprehension checklist and a pre-post listening
and reading comprehension test were used as tools of the present study, in
addition to a pre-post attitude scale. Based on the results of the study, it was
clearly shown that the proposed Islamic–Arabic-culture -based programme was
very effective in developing EFL listening and reading comprehension as well as
attitudes of third-year preparatory students at Al-Azhar institutes towards the
subject . Most of the students got satisfactory results. The literal comprehension
skills were developed better than inferential and critical comprehension skills.
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