Journal of University of Babylon,
Volume 26, Issue 3, Pages 77-97
AbstractArabic with its exclusive characteristics shines as a unique jewel amongst all the other languages worldwide. However nowadays it has lost some of its elegance, charm and sweetness to the learners including students and beginners. Consequently, plenty of pens are writing and numerous articles and conferences are published and hold in order to overcome the difference between the reality of this language and the way learners look at it. Boundless ideas and thoughts are generated in order to reach the best approaches in teaching the language. In this regard some scholars try to submit orderly and new principles for teachers to visit the learners’ diverse talents. Including them are the suggested programs by various researches which are trying to improve specific skills amongst the learners. The previous mentioned skills are called creative thinking skills and are based on contents help to increase students’ awareness and raise their willingness and pursuit lessons.
The present article which attends to study creative thinking skills in teaching Arabic, tries to introduce some efficient programs for developing such skills, as well as comparing them with ‘lamia – al – Arab” which is one of the oldest literary texts and full of unfamiliar words. It is hoped this paper will be efficient in increasing students’ abilities, refining professors’ views and bridging the gaps in the road of evaluating and implementation of teaching methods by means of descriptive-comparative approach, besides opening a door of new thoughts in front of students and teachers.
Necessity of notifying teachers, role and their skills in employing new teaching methods, their enjoying from creating skills and creative thinking, besides choosing practical and easy methods according to students’ talents.
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