Employing Information Technology In Teaching Arabic To Non-Native Speakers: A Model At The Acoustic Level
Keywords:Technology, Learning, Arabic Language, Non-Native Speakers, Acoustic Analysis.
In contemporary times, language education has made significant strides thanks to the integration of advanced scientific research into information and communication technology. This fusion of disciplines has hastened linguistic development and improved learning environments. This research investigates the automated processing aspect, focusing on the positive impact of computer utilization and its methods on educational progress. The study evaluates the efficacy of modern technological tools in effectively instructing Arabic to individuals of diverse language backgrounds, including both native and non-native speakers.
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