Repositioning of Learning Maharah Kalam at the University
Language with four skills as its learning objectives, is never free from problems. This condition must be used as a reference for Arabic stakeholders in improving the learning process. So, Arabic is not learned forcefully. Compulsion in learning will clearly trigger the emergence of linguistic and non-linguistic problems. This study aims to describe the repositioning of learning maharah kalam in university. This research is a literature review with a qualitative type of research, through an analytical descriptive approach based on relevant theories to reveal maharah kalam learned in university. The results show that this time learning maharah kalam in university is increasingly massive. This is inseparable from the transformation of the paradigm of learning the Arabic language which was once a monotonous sentence structure, into a communicative language, also to meet the need for today's Arabic language which has become an international language with the sixth most speakers in the world. In meeting the needs of communal learning, universities always develop programs and activities that make learning maharah kalam communicative and always coordinate nationally through the IMLA association for continuous learning of maharah kalam.