Extent of Arabic Language Teachers’ Awareness of Reflective Thinking Skills and Relation to Students’ Attitude toward Arabic Language Course at Secondary Stage in Saudi Arabia

Haifa Awwad Alhawamdeh


The current study aims to indicate the extent to which Arabic language teachers are aware of reflective thinking skills and their relationship to their students’ attitude toward the course of Arabic language at the secondary stage in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The study adopted the survey descriptive method. The population consisted of all students enrolled in the secondary schools of Najran (546) and (46) teachers, the sample was randomly selected numbered (40) teachers. The author used the questionnaire as a tool for data collection. The study showed that the students were able to master well the skills of reflective thinking, where they were able to retain and transfer reflective thinking in positions similar to those positions they trained. According to the study findings, some recommendations have been made.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ire.v5i1.11023


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