Arabic Teacher Website as a Learning Media During the Covid-19 Pandemic Hots, Mots or Lots

  • Husnatul Hamidiyyah Siregar Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim
  • Humairatuz Zahrah Universitas Islam Negeri Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin Jambi
Keywords: Arabic learning, arabic teacher E-Learning, HOTS, MOTS or LOTS


Implementation of Arabic learning during the Covid-19 (Corona Virus Disease 2019) pandemic caused the instructional process of learning which was initially offline or face-to-face to become an online method (in a network). This is because it is feared that it will spread the transmission of the corona virus. Along with the times, technology has also developed as a sophisticated anticipation in carrying out the during method. Arabic taecher as a modern technology media based on e-learning websites that can help students and Arabic learners in applying Arabic language skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. This media is equipped with materials according to the level of education (elementary, secondary and advanced levels). This media also contains features and main menus including: reading, stories, grammar, structural, dictation, songs and games, a questionnaire equipped with e-books, MP3s and videos. This study aims to a) analyze the process of learning Arabic in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic using the Arabic Teacher Learning Cross media held at STAI Auliaurrasyidin Tembilahan and; b) classifying the use of Arabic Teacher Learning media into the HOTS, MOTS or LOTS categories in learning Arabic, especially in listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. The type of research used is this study using a qualitative research design using case study research methods aimed at looking at the subject holistically through descriptions to obtain detailed information about the use of Arabic teachers at STAI Auliaurrasyidin Tembilahan. The data analysis technique used is the Hubbermans model technique, data is collected and described, then reduced and verified in detail. The results of the study show that learning Arabic using Arabic Teacher E learning has met the HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills) learning standards with indications; a) students have been able to reiterate Arabic sentences heard by the Arabic Teacher and are able to identify Arabic sentences in the Arabic Teacher; b) students are able to explain the meaning of sentences and are able to distinguish between adad and ma'dud rules contained in Arabic Teacher Learning; c) students are able to demonstrate their daily activities after watching learning videos in Arabic Teacher Learning; d) students are able to solve problems that exist in each character in Learning. This media also demands creativity and innovation of students in understanding and digging information about sound, vocabulary, sentence structure and balancing students' intelligence with a combination of audio lingual and visual techniques. The material provided according to the level of education makes it easier for students to understand the content and content of the material. Materials with various games and songs are also able to balance students' Arabic skills during the covid-19 pandemic. This Arabic teacher learning media can also require students to be able to innovate, evaluate independently and stimulate students to create modern models and media for technology-based Arabic learning.