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The efficacy of 4Cs-based reading to foster 21st-century learning competencies Imamyartha, David; Fitriyah, Siti Masrifatul; Tasnim, Zakiyah; Puspa, Areta; Fardhani, Aan Erlyana; Wahjuningsih, Eka; Sundari, Siti; Hudori, Rizki Febri; Arya, Bambang
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics Vol 9, No 2 (2019): Vol. 9, No. 2, September 2019
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/ijal.v9i2.20218


The omnipresence of 4Cs at tertiary education has shifted the attention of language classroom teachings toward the mastery of multifaceted intelligences. Resultant teaching praxis subsequently calls forth students’ high literacy, which affects the nature and extent of success and failure. This study strived to scrutinize how the 4Cs approach in Reading courses scaffolds students’ multidimensional 21st-century learning competencies. Data were collected through online survey and focus group discussion, with deductive and inductive content analysis subsequently operative. The findings have shed lights on how 4Cs-based reading instructions help teachers to create learning environment commensurate with the demand of 21st-century learning, which aids students’ learning in gaining metacognitive tools for high literacy. With clear framework of collaborative work and scaffolding, teachers can trigger and further direct students’ achievement goals and social goals towards high literacy.
The Cultural Condition of Speech Community and Linguistic Signs in What a Girls Movie Areta Puspa
FKIP e-PROCEEDING 2017: Proceeding of the Workshop on Intercultural Communication
Publisher : Pendidikan Fisika FKIP UNEJ

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 Abstract: Language definitely portrays its communal or societal features of the community from which it emerges. This robust relation is evident both in the deep structure and in the surface structure of certain language, which at last incurs language particularities. Those language particularities robustly stipulate the communal or societal bonding by which someone is deliberately demanded to forge his personal conscience with the shared appropriateness of the community he wishes to mingle with. As a result, a single language speaker may possess a number of socio-linguistic repertoires, each of which is coloured by different communities. These linguistic repertoires apparently go beyond the societal or communal demands in as much as educational, political, economic, and professional motives also have bearing impact on the repertoires to rely on. This paper is intended to unearth the speech community and linguistic signs embedded in the movie entitled What A Girl Wants. Specifically, it emphasizes on analyzing the social differences in terms of linguistic repertoires and shared appropriateness. As a further analysis on communal bonding, it was also revealed that individuals have the liberty to either procure or repudiate particular social identity attributed to them regardless the fact that there are some situational demands in particular social context. Key words: language, identity, communities, appropriateness, and bonding
Employing Blended Literature Circles to Foster Activating Academic Emotions of Struggling Readers David Imamyartha; Eka Wahjuningsih; Areta Puspa; Mitasari Mitasari; Siti Masrifatul Fitriyah; Rizki Febri Andika Hudori; Rika Andayani; Zakiyah Tasnim; Aan Erlyana Fardhani; Siti Sundari; Bambang Arya Wijaputra
Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE| Vol. 5 No. 1 (2021): IRJE |Indonesian Research Journal in Education|
Publisher : Universitas Jambi, Indonesia

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Grounded within academic emotion and transactional reading theory, the present study investigates the understudied struggling readers’ academic emotions after taking part in three blended literature circles in an English class at tertiary education. Thirteen Physics Education students partook in the research. Data were garnered by open-ended questionnaires and semi-structured interviews, the results of which were analyzed by directed content analysis bound to Academic emotion theory. The research findings explicate that blended literature circles pave the path to propelling reading-to-learn endeavors. Despite sub-optimal reading proficiency, the students’ academic emotions depict the efforts towards achievement goals, primarily laden with a mastery approach, and social goals through dialogic reading in blended literature circles. 
Journal Of Educational Experts (JEE) Vol 5, No 1 (2022): Journal Of Educational Experts (JEE)
Publisher : Kopertis Region IV Jabar and Banten

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30740/jee.v5i1p27-33


This present study monitors the EFL students’ emotions on extensive reading program across three genres, to be precise factual text and literary text. The data are collected from questionnaire, students’ diaries, and interviews to University students in Indonesia.  The close-ended questionnaire are analysed through Path analysis. Moreover, the students’ diaries and interview are analysed by content analysis. Piloting from Pekrun’s emotions, the study directs into achievement emotion, epistemic emotion, topic emotion, and social emotion. This mix method study gains the students in arranging their emotion on extensive reading program as long as three months. This study seeks to contribute to unearth the students’ feeling maps across two genres, thus shedding lights on determining teaching methodologies appropriate to comply with typical emotions in certain genres for more active students’ engagement.
Culture-Laden Extensive Reading Through Team-Based Mobile Learning: Effects on Intercultural Communicative Competence And Reading Motivation David Imamyartha; Eka Wahjuningsih; Areta Puspa; Rizki Febri Andika Hudori; Mutiara Bilqis
Pancaran Pendidikan Vol 11, No 3 (2022)
Publisher : The Faculty of Teacher Training and Education The University of Jember Jember, Indonesia

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With the advent of technology, cultural diversities encouraged language teachers in higher education to push the current pedagogical boundaries to seek the best fits for cultural learning. This study engaged with the pursuit of such pedagogies by experimenting with the integration of team-based mobile learning (TBML) in extensive reading classes mediated by a mobile instant messaging, Telegram. The research findings have statistically acknowledged that TBML can develop EFL readers’ intercultural knowledge and understanding. The technological and socio-constructivist affordances of TBML also elevate reading motivation as the springboard for developing Intercultural communicative competence (ICC). Research implications and limitations are also discussed.