Arabic Reading Book Based on Multiple Intelligences for Non-native Speakers (Case Study at UNIDA Gontor, Indonesia)

Buku Bacaan Bahasa Arab Berbasis Kecerdasan Majemuk untuk Penutur Asing (Studi Kasus di UNIDA Gontor, Indonesia)


  • Hani'atul Mabruroh Universitas Darussalam Gontor


Reading comprehension, reading book, multiple intelligence


This research aims to find out the specifications of reading book to improve Arabic reading comprehension based on Multiple Intelligence theory and how effectively this book is applied to improve the reading comprehension of student of Management Department at the University of Darussalam Gontor. This research uses R&D method. Methods used for data collection are interviews, questionnaires, tests and written documents, while the analysis used is t-Test data analysis. The result of this research is a textbook that is compiled based on the theory of Multiple Intelligence for student of Management Department. The book contains 14 chapters, each consisting of general and specific purposes, reading text, exercises, vocabulary, and color images. On the last page, the vocabulary list is arranged alphabetically. From the results of product trials, it can be concluded that this book is effective for improving students' reading comprehension. Thus, this discussion is important to research and review to develop Arabic language books and to improve the reading comprehension of Arabic text


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How to Cite

Hani’atul Mabruroh. (2023). Arabic Reading Book Based on Multiple Intelligences for Non-native Speakers (Case Study at UNIDA Gontor, Indonesia): Buku Bacaan Bahasa Arab Berbasis Kecerdasan Majemuk untuk Penutur Asing (Studi Kasus di UNIDA Gontor, Indonesia). E-Jurnal Bahasa Dan Linguistik (e-JBL), 5(2), 18-29. Retrieved from