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Language Scholar - Arabic Language Teaching Special Issue

Arabic Language
Dear colleagues,
It is with great pleasure to share with you the most recent issue of our Leeds Language Scholar Journal dedicated to Arabic language teaching.
The issue has six papers contributed by national and international academics in the field of Arabic linguistics and teaching. Some of the topics are relevant to the teaching of other languages too. Please feel free to share this with your PGRs and contacts who may find it useful.
An Orthographic Phonological-Based Error Analysis of the Arabic of English-speaking Learners
Muntasir Al-Hamad, Qatar University and Yehia A. Mohamed, Georgetown University Qatar
Evaluation of the cultural content in Arabic textbooks
Sara Al Tubuly, Al-Maktoum College of Higher Education - UK
A Practical Guide to the Use of the Integrated Approach in the Arabic Undergraduate Programme at Edinburgh University
Ayah Durkawi, University of St Andrews and Marwa Mouazen, University of Edinburgh
Strategic competence in AFL textbooks: Problems and suggestions for addressing them.
Raghda El Essawi, American University in Cairo
Arabic heritage students and their language-learning experiences: Limits and highlights.
Marco Aurelio Golfetto, Università degli Studi, Milan (Italy)
A delineation of variation in Arabic between fuṣḥá and Egyptian ’āmmīyah
Saussan Khalil, University of Cambridge
I would like to deeply thank my colleagues in the Language Scholar team who have put great efforts in putting all of this work together.  Huge special thanks to Millie, Irene and Pippa in our Language Centre! It's been an honour for me to edit this issue and to work with you all!
Best wishes,
Dr. Rasha Kadry Soliman

Lecturer in Arabic Language and Linguistics