Andi Miftahul Maulidil Mursyid
IAIN Fattahul Muluk Papua

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Communication Strategies Used by Papuan EFL Students Andi Miftahul Maulidil Mursyid; Wira Kafryawan; Rahmawansyah Rahmawansyah
Metathesis: Journal of English Language, Literature, and Teaching Vol 5, No 2 (2021): Metathesis: Journal of English Language, Literature, and Teaching
Publisher : English Education Study Program, Faculty of Education and Teachers Training, Tidar Univer

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31002/metathesis.v5i2.3716


To fill the absence of research in the context of communication strategies used by Papuan EFL students, this research would present and fill this knowledge gap. This research aimed to determine the types and their reasons of communication strategies used by Papuan EFL students. It applied qualitative study. The researcher used observation and interview as the research instruments. It was found that Papuan EFL employed fillers, code-switching, self-repetition, self-repair, asking for clarification, asking for confirmation, and direct appeal for help. The reasons why Papuan EFL students do those communication strategies because of thinking time, anxiety, nervousness, doubt, worriedness, hesitation, lack of knowledge, lack of vocabulary, grammatical errors, and self-confidence.
An Analysis of Research Backgrounds of EFL Students' Research Proposal Rahmawansyah bin Sahib; Andi Miftahul maulidil Mursyid
Journal of English Language Studies Vol 5, No 2 (2020): Available Online in September 2020
Publisher : English Department - University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30870/jels.v5i2.8129


This research analyzed research backgrounds, namely research territory (claim centrality, problems, a review literature) and research niche (gaps) of EFL students' research proposals. The research design was qualitative research employing text analysis. The researchers used a random sampling technique to select two research proposals' backgrounds. Moreover, the contents of the research proposals' backgrounds analyzed using the CARS model  (Swales & Feak, 2012). The research findings showed that the students tend to find it difficult in addressing the research territory (problems) and establishing a niche (gap). First, the students apparently find it difficult to develop their ideas as a result of the students apparently find it difficult to establish a niche (gaps). Second, the students tend to find it difficult to compose their ideas started from the general views to the specific thoughts. Last, the students lack consistency in using tenses. 
JLE: Journal of Literate of English Education Study Program Vol 2 No 02 (2021): Volume 02 Nomor 02 Desember 2021
Publisher : LP2M Institut Agama Islam Muhammadiyah Sinjai

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (724.309 KB) | DOI: 10.47435/jle.v2i2.729


This research aims to identify the factors of writing errors and efforts to identify the resolution of errors in writing academic papers for English Education students at IAIN Fattahul Muluk Papua. The theory used to examine the research problem is standard and correct language, grammar theory, and error analysis as the leading theory. The research method is descriptive-qualitative. The results showed that the writing error factor was in morphological errors, lexicon errors, syntactic errors, and systematics of writing. First, morphological errors include punctuation errors, spelling errors, and vocabulary errors. Second, lexicon errors include grammatical errors and conciseness errors. Third, syntactic errors include unclear sentences, sentences that have ambiguous intentions and incomplete sentences. Fourth, systematic errors in writing include the thickness of letters, coherence, the distance between sub-chapters and incompleteness of sentences. Efforts to resolve writing errors, so that its do not happen again by realizing an English version of the academic paper writing module in simple language equipped with systematic explanations, formats, and substance of academic papers.
The Correlation between EFL Students' Anxiety and Their English Writing Skills Wira Kafryawan; Andi Miftahul Maulidil Mursyid; Rahmawansyah Sahib; Heni Purwati
Tell : Teaching of English Language and Literature Journal Vol 9, No 1 (2021): April
Publisher : English Department FKIP Universitas Muhammadiyah Surabaya Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (40.056 KB) | DOI: 10.30651/tell.v9i1.7372


Anxiety in writing contains tension, nervousness, worry, and a wide variety of other negative feelings when someone is given a task to write in a certain situation. The objective of this study is to figure out whether or not there is a significant correlation between EFL students' anxiety and their English writing skills. The subject of the study is the fourth semester of EFL students in the State Islamic Institute of Fattahul Muluk Papua. The study focused on a correlational method of two quantifiable variables involving anxiety and English writing skills. Two instruments are used in this study including Foreign Language Writing Anxiety Inventory (FLWAI) developed by Cheng and the writing test developed by Heaton. The samples are 40 EFL students as the respondents and the data were calculated by Pearson product-moment. The findings reveal that there is a significant correlation between EFL students’ anxiety and their English writing skills at a high level. It means that the lower anxiety belongs to EFL students, the better they write in English. Moreover, cognitive anxiety is the most influential anxiety on EFL students’ English writing skills. Then, it is followed by somatic anxiety, and avoidance behavior is also fairly influential.
Improving the speaking ability of secondary school students through Community Language Learning (CLL) in the Indonesian context Muliaty Ibrahim; Andi Miftahul Maulidil Mursyid
International Journal of Humanities and Innovation (IJHI) Vol. 1 No. 3 (2018): September
Publisher : Center for Humanities and Innovation Studies

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33750/ijhi.v1i3.20


This research aimed at finding out whether or not community language learning improves speaking ability significantly better than the conventional method. This research applied the quasi-experimental method. The research data was collected using two kinds of instrument speaking test. The speaking test was given in the form of an interview. The speaking test was to know the students’ achievement on speaking ability toward using community language learning in speaking class. The findings on the speaking ability of the participants were analyzed by using an independent sample t-test. The findings of the study indicated that the result of the post-test was higher than of the pre-test. It means that using community language learning in teaching English with emphasizes on speaking ability to the students’ speaking skill was higher contributed than the conventional method. The study concluded that: Community Language Learning improves the students’ ability to speak English significantly. 
Identifikasi Gaya Belajar Statistika Mahasiswa Pendidikan Matematika di Papua (Survei: Kota Jayapura) Riska Yulianti; Elsi Sirampun; Andi Miftahul Maulidil Mursyid; Nur’im Septi Lestari
Jurnal Pendidikan Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Jurnal Pendidikan
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Muhammadiyah Sorong

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (291.729 KB) | DOI: 10.36232/pendidikan.v10i1.918


Papua merupakan salah satu provinsi yang berada di paling timur Indonesia. Hal tersebut berdampak pada perkembangan Pendidikan terutama kemampuan akademik mahasiswa berkaitan dengan statistika. Selain dari letak geografisnya, terdapat factor lain yang mempengaruhi kemampuan akademik tersebut salah satunya factor internal yakni gaya belajar statistika yang terdiri dari gaya belajar visual, audio dan kinestetik (VAK). Survei gaya belajar dilakukan pada perguruan tinggi negeri yang terletak kota jayapura yaitu institute agama islam negeri (IAIN) Fattahul Muluk Papua dan Universitas Cenderawasih. Hasil dari survei menunjukkan bahwa mahasiswa Pendidikan matematika memiliki kecenderungan pada gaya belajar audio. Hasil tersebut didasarkan pada perolehan nilai mean mahasiswa IAIN FM sebesar 15,65 dan mahasiswa UNCEN sebesar 16,74. Keduanya memiliki nilai mean yang masuk dalam kategori tinggi.
Code-switching Habits in Group Discussions by Students of English as Foreign Language Rahmawansyah Sahib; Andi Miftahul Maulidil Mursyid; Wira Kafryawan; Najiba Nawing
JELITA Volume 2 Issue 1 (2021): JELITA
Publisher : English Language Education Study Program of STKIP Muhammadiyah Barru

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This study investigated the habit of code-switching by EFL students at Bulukumba Senior High School in English Group Discussion. It focused on exploring types of code-switching used by EFL students in English Group Discussion, and the dominant type of code-switching used by EFL students in English Group Discussion. The researchers applied mixed-method, which was a combination of qualitative and quantitative. This study took one class of EFL students as the research subject. The data was gathered through classroom recording by using a video recorder, interview, and field notes. The data analysis showed that students used five code-switching types, namely situational code-switching, metaphorical code-switching, intra-sentential code-switching, inter-sentential code-switching, and tag switching. The dominant type used by EFL students in English Group Discussion was inter-sentential in situational code-switching. In addition, the dominant type occurred in metaphorical code-switching was intra-sentential. The research result indicated that students used code-switching because it was needed in the classroom interaction like English Group Discussion.
Teaching Strategies in EFL Hybrid Classroom : A Case Study in a Junior High School Farida Hamid; Dian Rinawati; Muhamad Abdul Fatah Silmi Mahrudin; Nida Husna; Didin Nuruddin Hidayat; Andi Miftahul Maulidil Mursyid
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 10, No 1 (2022): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Liter
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri Palopo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v10i1.2522


This study aimed to find out which teaching strategies found in the EFL learning during this pandemic situation, where hybrid classrooms has begun to flourish as one of the strategies in learning process. This case study research with qualitative approach was conducted at one private Junior High School in academic year 2021/2022 where the subjects were 3 English teachers of grade 7-9. In this study, the data was compiled by doing direct observation as well as interview session with the participants. The data were analyzed by using the Miles and Hubberman flow model was used to analyzed the data. The findings showed that the EFL teaching strategies during this Hybrid class were mostly conducted using discussion, co-operative learning, small group discussion and some direct instructions. Even though no totally fully used, the teachers emphasize the use of English as a daily conversation in the school environment, including language learning in the classroom, both in online and offline sessions.
Exploring the Impact of Using Google Classroom on Speaking Virtual Class by Papuan EFL Students Rahmawansyah Sahib; Erfin Wijayanti; Anggit Prasetio Nugroho; Syamsir bin Ukka; Andi Miftahul Maulidil Mursyid
ELT-Lectura Vol. 9 No. 2 (2022): ELT-Lectura Studies and Perspective in English Language Teaching (in press)
Publisher : Universitas Lancang Kuning

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31849/elt-lectura.v9i2.9769


This study will delineate and complete prior research gaps in the context of Papuan EFL students developing speaking abilities using Google Classroom. The main objective of this study is to investigate the impact of utilizing Google Classroom to develop speaking skills digitally. This study employed a qualitative descriptive approach, with data gathered through offline interviews and online observations of Tadris English students who developed speaking subjects. Then, interpretive thematic analysis is used to analyze the data throughout the process which consists of data collection, reduction, interpretation, presentation, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that students experienced several impacts from the use of Google classroom in learning speaking skills. The impact of using Google classroom is to save time and money, train student discipline in managing study time, make students more independent and proactive in accessing learning resources, trigger vocabulary changes, make students more difficult to get corrective feedback, limit student interaction directly, make students feel insecure, confused, and anxious, affecting student learning outcomes, understanding of the material delivered is not maximum. As a consequence, instructors should think more on the numerous preparations and instructional tactics utilized in teaching virtual speaking abilities. Of course, further study on the usage of Google Classroom for language skills other than speaking is required to enhance the conclusions of existing research. So that the guide for utilizing the learning platform in English learning is more detailed.