Doğan, Candemir
January 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2008, Vol. 12 Issue 34, p417
Academic Journal
This article aims at contrastive analysis a morphology scholar Ibn Hâcib and his book as-Shefiya that teaching Arabic as a native language the science of morphology and other a morphology scholar Molla Fenarî and his book Asâsu's-Sarf that teaching Arabic as a foreign language the science of morphology. It summarizes the background period of life and written work at each one writers. It studies to determine a characteristic of foreign language learning for contrastive analysis on practical in the classical education system to be suitable or so. It indicates the contributions of classical language education approaches, methods and technique to the contemporary education. It emphasizes the importance gradually on the increase in learning foreign language contrastive analysis.


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