Arabic Speaking Material Design Using Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)

Mohamad Sarip, Zainal Rafli, Aceng Rahmat


The aim of this study is to develop an Arabic speaking skill materials model based on Content Language Integrated Learning at Jakarta State University. Students have low Arabic speaking ability. So far, the material used in the lesson emphasizes the memorization of dialogues and sentence patterns as one of the main characteristics of the lingual audio method. This research was done in the Arabic Program of Language and Art Faculty of Jakarta State University. The research method used the Research and Development (R & D). The procedure of research used the Borg and Gall model which has the steps of this study are; a preliminary step, a development step, and an evaluation step.   The data were taken by observation, questionnaire, interview, and experiment. The research finding shows that the development of CLIL-based Arabic-speaking material using the Qur’an, Hadits, Fiqih, and Tsaqofah Islamiah is an effective model for improving learning to speak Arabic. It can be seen from the perception of students to the mode.



Arabic speaking skill, CLIL, Material model, Research and Development.

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