Iffat Maimunah
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Syi’ru Al-Jazal Al-Magribiy f ī Ḍaw’ Ad-Dirāsat At-Taqābuliyyah Baina Al ‘Arabiyyah Al-Fusha wa Al-‘Āmiyyat Al-Magribiyyah Sita Yulia Agustina; Wildana Wargadinata; Faris Maturedy; Iffat Maimunah
Lughawiyyat: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Arab Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): Lughowiyyat: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Arab
Publisher : Fakultas Tarbiyah Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Arab Institut Agama Islam Darullughah Wadda'wah Pasuruan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.38073/lughawiyyat.v3i2.520


Abstract This study aims to determine the difference between Fusha and Amiyah languages in Omar Benhidi's syiir Zajal by using contrastive analysis on two aspects of language, namely phonological and morphological aspects. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. The primary sources of data used in the study are three poetries of Omar Benhidi's on his YouTube channel entitled as-Shahaab, as-Siiruur and Baaridul Kattaf. The data collection techniques were listening technique, proficient involvement, and note-taking technique. The data analysis technique adopted the Miles & Huberman model which consists of reduction, display, and conclusion. The results of this research are: 1) From the morphonological aspect, the word comparison from Darijah Maghribiyah to Fusha include the differences in 21 words. Those are in the form of combining Dhamir Mutakallim Wahdah with Dhomir Mutakallim Ma’al Ghair, then summarizing Shigat Isim Maushul, Naht, replacing Dhamir Ha with Wawu letter, adding of Kaf letters at the beginning of Fi'il Mudhari', and Isim Mudzakkar which applies on Muannats. 2) From the phonological aspect, the results cover the differences in 30 words; namely in the form of a sound change, shortened sound, and the Ibdal. Keywords: Amiyah, Morphology, Phonology, Syiir, Zajal al-Maghriby
Online Learning During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Reflection on Self-Efficacy of Primary School Teachers in Teaching Online Esa Nur Wahyuni; Retno Mangestuti; Iffat Maimunah; Rahmat Aziz
Jurnal Pendidikan Indonesia Vol 10 No 4 (2021)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat

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One of the critical variables in the online learning process during the Covid-19 pandemic is teachers' self-efficacy to their ability to carry out online learning. However, the fact is not all teachers have the efficacy of teaching online. The article invites readers to reflect by analyzing the causes of low self-efficacy of elementary school teachers carrying out online learning. The study used a mixed-method approach involving 22 elementary school teachers. Primary and secondary data collection using questionnaires, interviews, observations, and documentation. Data analysis used quantitative and qualitative. The results show that three factors cause low self-efficacy of elementary school teachers: first, teachers' perception that online learning is ineffective and efficient; second, weak mastery and skills to apply technology for learning; and thirdly, the lack of online learning support facilities during the pandemic. This study's results can be an empiric basis for improving teachers' quality by schools, communities, and governments, especially related to online learning, not only during the Covid-19 pandemic but also in the long run education in the digital age.
Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Level Instructional Book of Arabic Language at Senior High School Zubaidah Zubaidah; Moh. Ainin; Muassomah Muassomah; Azkia Muharom Albantani; Iffat Maimunah
Arabiyat : Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa Arab dan Kebahasaaraban Arabiyat : Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa Arab dan Kebahasaaraban | Vol. 9 No. 2 December 2022
Publisher : Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University of Jakarta, Indonesia

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Textbooks are written with a focus on various aspects in order to keep up with developments and times and can implement the curriculum. HOTS is a high-level thinking skill teachers and students must possess in the 21st century. HOTS is an essential part of a textbook because textbooks are a learning medium. This study aims to determine the implementation of HOTS in textbooks and describe the instructions in the eleventh-grade Arabic textbook by Dariyadi and Feriandika. Various levels of instruction in a textbook are needed to determine student abilities, strengthen understanding, and evaluate and measure the goals achieved from a lesson. This research is literature research with a content analysis technique. The type of research data is primary data in the form of textbooks, data collection through documentation, verification, selection, focus, data, and then conclusion. The results showed that the Arabic textbook for class XI SMA had reflected HOTS with as much as 75% of HOTS-based exercises. The instructional level is at levels C4-C6 in analyzing, discovering, and creating.