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The Arabic Teacher E-Learning page related to all information, features, teaching materials, etc., displayed by www.arabic-teacher.com. The collection technique used is an in-depth observation by browsing the website page to find out all the main menus, materials, and systematics.  

Arabic Teacher Website is an e-learning-based modern Arabic learning website designed by Dr. Mohamed Mohi El-Din Ahmad, an Arabic language learning expert. He is a Senior Assistant Professor in language development at the University of Brunei Darussalam. He is also an Arabic learning consultant at the Malaysian Institute for National Translation and Islamic Studies and the International Institute for Arabic Language and Islamic Studies in Johor Malaysia.

 Arabic Teacher is an e-learning-based modern Arabic learning website explicitly designed for beginners who learn Arabic with a progressive and logical methodology without the need for translation. This website intends to support independent Arabic learning through multimedia’s practical use in formal and informal classes. This website is based on a modern programmatic learning system using textbooks and compact discs combined with language skills learning, namely, listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

 The Arabic Teacher website has several advantages that other sites don’t have. Among them; (1) The website page uses two languages of instruction, namely, Arabic and English; (2) Website pages can be accessed from various devices such as computers, tablets, and cell phones; (3) The website page is equipped with an electronic book and MP3 that can be download so that you can listen to it over and over again without having to reaccess it; (4) Users can easily access this website page without having to create any accounts.

 Thus, it is hoped that this website can be used by students, teachers, Arabic language lecturers, and those who wish to learn Arabic.


Main Menu Website of Arabic Teacher

 Arabic Teacher provides several main menus that can be accessed by its users. Among them; main menu for reading, stories (for elementary, intermediate, and advanced), grammar, structure, dictation, songs and games, dictionary for beginners, and questionnaire. The following is a picture of the main menu on the Arabic Teacher website.


For Reading (Al-Qirā’ah)

 Reading is the primary source of learning Arabic for students outside the classroom. Text is the central area of language, contributing to expanding one’s knowledge and acquiring new knowledge. In reading two activities, the reader identifies the reading structure and understands the text’s contents, both express and implied. This is asserting that reading skills are not limited to reading fluency correctly and adequately, but how the reader can understand the reading material (fahm al-maqru’).

Reading skills are one of the language skills that must be mastered by learners, especially reading comprehension skills. In reading comprehension, learners are required to understand the content of the reading both implicitly and explicitly.

 Therefore, in Arabic Teacher, reading material is presented with 18 themes related to akhalq, religion, and culture of the Arab people to provide knowledge for Non-Native Arabic. The following is the theme of the reading presented.


For Idiom (Al-Musthalahāt wa al-‘Ibārāt)

The structure, Phrases in each language have different phrasing and sentence structures. The following are Arabic idioms that are often used in reading

For Stories (Qhashas)

Arabic Teacher provides several stories, song lyrics, and MP3 related themes. The purpose of presenting some of these stories is to improve language skills, especially reading and speaking skills. The story material in Arabic Teacher is classified into three parts based on the level of the learner. The following are the story levels and their themes.

  1. Stories For Elementary

This story at the beginner level in Arabic Teacher is presented without a vow. This aims to train learners to get used to reading Arabic stories without harakat. The themes of the info presented are related to learning motivation, morals, and saga. The following are story themes for beginners.

  1. Stories For Intermediate

This story at the intermediate level in Arabic Teacher is presented without the vow along with the MP3. This aims to train learners to get used to hearing and reading Arabic stories. Also, at the end of each level, some exercises in understanding the story text’s content are provided. The themes of the info presented are related to ancient stories in Arabic. The following are the story themes for the intermediate level.

  1. Stories For Advance

This story at an advanced level in Arabic Teacher is presented without the vow along with the MP3. This aims to train learners to get used to hearing and reading Arabic stories. Each end of the story is provided several exercises, including understanding the story text contents, grammar analysis of sentences, and making summaries. The info presented is related to Umar’s film, household life, and natural conditions. The following are the story themes for the intermediate level.

For Dictation (Qawā’id al-Imlā)

What is meant by dictation here are the rules for writing hamzah letters in Arabic sentences. Correspondence in learning Arabic is part of writing skills where

Arabic learners must write Arabic sentences correctly in terms of their morphology (word form). Therefore, the main menu dictation presents the writing rules of hamzah qatha’ wahsal, mutawasithah, and mutatharifah, complemented by examples and exercises.

For Grammar (Al-Nahw al-‘Arabī)

Learning nahwu in Arabic occupies a prominent position. it is stated that nahwu is the fundamental science that must be learned because a speech or writing that is not by the rules of eating nahwu cannot be understood. the purpose of nahwu learning is to avoid oral or written language errors and to get used to the fluent language.

For beginner Arabic learners, the meter nahwu presented are applicable nahwu rules such as the arrangement of the number of ismiyah and the number of fi’liyah. Therefore, in the main Arabic Teacher grammar menu, some functional nahwu materials are presented frequently in Arabic. The following is nahwu material for beginner nahwu learners.

For Games and Songs (Al-Lu’bah wa al-Aghniyah)

In language learning, games and songs are used as a medium for language learning. The use of games in education aims to make learning interactive and exciting, as games are interactive learning media that can make students active and quickly understand the material. The songs can motivate learners’ learning and make learning engaging, fun, and make the material easier to understand. Therefore, in the Arabic Teacher grammar main menu, several songs and games are presented from level one to level 7 to support learning. Here are examples of song lyrics.

For Dictionary (Al-Qāmūs)

In learning Arabic, the dictionary serves to find the meaning of new vocabulary in a text or reading. Therefore the principal Arab Teacher presents a thematic dictionary menu with Malay, English, Arabic classified into 24 sub-themes. Here are the subthemes presented.

For Questionnaire

An assessment sheet is provided for users to assess the website’s appearance and its content, suggestions, and comments as material for evaluating improvements. The following is an example of a grading sheet for users.

Also, Arabic-teacher is provided an additional main menu located on the front page, like the picture below.

Home (Al-Raisah)

In this section, an overview of Arabic Teacher is explained as modern Arabic learning based on E-learning, and the main menu is presented for learning Arabic. Non-native speakers.


Learn (Al-Ta’allum)

This section displays two main menus, namely, Help & video and Introduction. In the help and video section, several videos of vocabulary, conversations, and songs from the E-book are presented, starting from children’s level, preparation level, and beginner level. Users can begin learning based on the level of ability and even more if they start from the first level because the material is related to the next level. Meanwhile, the introduction section explains the Website Arabic Teacher in a clear and detailed manner. The following is an image of the main menu in the video section and introduction.

Arabic Skill (Mahārah Lughawiyah)

In this section, some primary material in Arabic is presented, starting from the introduction of Arabic letters, ta’aruf, writing numbers in Arabic, names of objects, various colors, nahwu, short, and others. The following is an example of the material at level 1.

Contact Us (Ittasil Bina)

This section contains the identity of the designer of the Arabic Teacher website.






Learn By Mobile HTML (Ta’alum bi Istikhdāmil Mobile)

This section includes an electronic book classified into six parts: beginners 1-3, elementary 1-3, songs, dictionaries, and stories, as shown below.

About Us (Man Nahnu)

This main menu contains the Arabic Teacher designer’s CV, e-mail, and a contact person who can be contacted.

Reseller (Khidmatul Ba’i)


Based on the research results on the Arabic Teacher website as a modern learning model for learning Arabic found on E-learning, it can be concluded as follows: 1) E-Learning Arabic Teacher is a complete website designed as an advanced learning Arabic during the Covid-19 pandemic with a methodology progressively and logically without the need for translation; 2) The Arabic learning approach by using the Arabic teacher E-Learning website is based on the same teaching method programmed, develop internet-based independent learning effectively using a purposeful computer so that learners can learn Arabic in a balanced way read, write, listen, and speak. 3) E-Learning Arabic Teacher provides several main menus including; Arabic languages such as reading, stories (basic, intermediate, advanced), grammar (nahwu), structures (sentence patterns), dictation (imla’), songs and games (songs and games), Questionnaires (assessment sheets) accompanied by an electronic book, MP3, and Video.