تطابق الملامح الجمالية لمنهاج اللغة العربية الفعلي والمكتوب للمرحلة الأساسية العليا في فلسطين
هبة بشارة يوسف لولص
Hiba Bsharah Yousef Lolos
This study aimed at determining the compatibility of the actual and written Arabic language curriculum aesthetic features for the high basic stage in Palestine. A qualitative approach was adopted by the scholar to achieve the objectives of this study, through the experience of quotas in the classrooms to determine the actual curriculum, analytical descriptive approach of the 8th and 9th grades books (reading and linguistic), and by analyzing the curriculum documents. The population of the study was consisted of the high basic stage teachers and their students of the Arabic language discipline (2013-2014), Arabic language book, formal documents and outlines platform of the Arabic language curriculum discipline for the high basic stage. Four teachers were assigned purposefully in a school in Bethlehem, two of them teaching 8th grade and the others teaching 9th grade, and (12) varied academic achievement students of 8th and 9th grades were assigned randomly. The difference between the aesthetic features of the actual and written curriculum was found and in favor of the actual curriculum. Teachers in the actual curriculum are ensuring diversity in the explanation styles and commentary that carry many of the aesthetic images. The aesthetic features of the written curriculum were varied in an inappropriate manner, by focusing on types of aesthetic features and ignoring the others. The actual Arabic language curriculum reflects widely and compatibility the aesthetic features of the written curriculum, furthermore the actual curriculum increases in the aspects of which the teachers believes that it must be expanded. Accordingly, the researcher recommended further studies of the analytical aspects of the aesthetic and the moral in the Arabic curriculum for the various stages and stand on the shortcomings which to address them. And the need to undertake studies explores the aesthetic features in other sections such as science, mathematics and social sciences.