Teaching Language Skills at the Secondary Stage in the Light of the Concept of Total Quality
This study aimed at identifying the teaching skills degree of Arabic language teachers at secondary schools in Abha in the Asir region. Additionally, to pinpoint variations in the teaching skills degree those are attributable to characteristics (gender and years of experience). There were (195) Arabic language teachers in the secondary schools in Abha who made up the studys sample, which was selected at random. The researcher developed the study instrument, which included listening skills, reading skills, speaking skills, and writing skills, to gather data. The results showed that the level of teaching skills was generally at a moderate level. Also, reading skills were in the first rank with a moderate degree, followed by the listening skills in the second rank with a moderate degree, while the writing skills were in the third with a moderate degree and the last rank were speaking skills, with a moderate degree. However, there were no statistically significant variations in the means of Arabic language teachers use of teaching skills from the viewpoint of Arabic teachers in Abha secondary schools that could be attributable to characteristics (gender and years of experience).