Arabic Writing Research

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We have conducted a simple research to understand how Arabic Master could help to learn Arabic writing.

The research consisted of the following 3 easy steps.

Step 1
We have asked students in a Arabic education centre who were competent on working with computers
to use any software to write the following 3 simple sentences in Arabic.

I learn Arabic            انا اتعلم العربية
I like my school      انا احب مدرستي
I live in London     انا اعيش في لندن

Step2
We have asked the same students to write the same Arabic sentences by using Arabic Master.

Step 3
We compared the results from the 2 steps above and found the following:

Results from step1

  • 94% of the students in step 1 failed to achieve their task for various reason such as
    • Couldn’t find the right software for writing Arabic.
    • Found the software but didn’t have the Arabic Keyboard.
    • Found the software and the Arabic keyboard but using it was extremely difficult
      as the Arabic letters were located randomly on the keyboard and not phonetically.

  • 3% didn’t achieve the task for not having the time to try or other personal reasons.
  • 2% Managed to do the task but with great difficulties and some external help.

Results from step2

  • 97% of students in step 2 have completed the task easily and independently.
  • 3% didn’t achieve the task for not having the time to try or other personal reasons.

Conclusion

  • The experiment above, clearly highlights the advantages of Arabic Master over any other software.
  • Arabic Master, makes Arabic writing a quite simple task for all students.
  • Arabic Master provides a common and solid ground for the students and teachers to work on.

Note:

The simple experiment above, is repeatable. It can be tried again in any
Arabic classes and the results will always be similar to what we had.