The Role of ADDIE Analysis Phase in Arabic Module Design for Ugandan - Adults Muallaf (UAM)
Annotated Remarks for the Development of Elementary Arabic Learning Module (EALM)
Keywords:ADDIE Analysis, Arabic Vocabularies, Elementary Arabic, Learning Module, Ugandan adults Muallaf
This research investigated Arabic needs for Ugandan -Adults Muallaf (UAM ) using the first phase of ADDIE; Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate in favor of developing an Elementary Arabic Learning Module (EALM) for UAM. This research marked Step (i) out of ADDIE five steps of academic module development. It was meant to explore Arabic learning needs for UAM in order to identify the major aspects of the proposed EALM development. The study used a descriptive method with a purposive UAM sample size (n=40). The valid and reliable questionnaire of 5 Likert scales was used and the total reliability coefficient of which was ( r )=.984 for 128 items. The major results showed that UAM needed Arabic language for nine major purposes including religious, social, communication, education, business, self-satisfaction, diplomatic, security, and legal purposes. The general implication of the findings confirmed that UAM Arabic weakness was a reflection of weaknesses in their Arabic curriculum. The researchers recommended to consider thise finding in the process of building EALM for UAM with samples of lessons using elementary Arabic grammar, morphology, and Common Arabic Vocabularies (CAV)”.
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