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Mohammad Sofi Anwar


Listening skills (maharah al istima') are one of the skills that Arabic language learners must master. Istima' is in first place before Kalam, Qiro'ah, and Kitabah. Even though it is in first place, maharah al istima' receives less attention. This is proven by the lack of published Maharah al Istima' learning innovations. This research is a qualitative descriptive study which aims to describe the concept of Free Voluntary Listening in Supporting Maharah Al Istima' Learning. The data and data sources in this research are documentation from books, magazines, journals and previous research related to the topic. Data analysis in this research uses the Miles and Hubberman model through three stages, namely data reduction, data collection, and drawing conclusions. Data reduction is carried out by selecting all the data obtained according to the researcher's needs. Data comes from books, articles, journals and other references related to the topic of discussion. The selected data is collected and presented clearly and clearly. After that, in the final stage the researcher makes conclusions based on the data that has been presented. The results of this research show the general concept of free voluntary listening in maharah al istima' learning, the learning steps, and evaluation guidelines. In general, free voluntary listening in the learning of maharah al istima' provides students with the freedom to listen to objects of their choice according to their preferences. Teachers can also make agreements with students to listen to objects together. From here, three learning concepts emerge: Sustained Silent Listening, Self-Selected Listening, and Extensive Listening. These three concepts can be developed for learning both inside and outside the classroom.

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ANWAR, Mohammad Sofi. THE CONCEPT OF FREE VOLUNTARY LISTENING IN SUPPORTING MAHARAH AL ISTIMA' AL 'ARABIYYAH LEARNING. Proceeding of International Conference on Islamic Education (ICIED), [S.l.], v. 8, n. 1, p. 484-490, dec. 2023. ISSN 2613-9804. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 02 mar. 2024.