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ACCELERATE NON-ENGLISH LECTURERS’ MASTERY OF ENGLISH THROUGH CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION Asna Usman Dilo; Sri Dewi Jayanti Biahimo
ETERNAL (English, Teaching, Learning and Research Journal) Vol 5 No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

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 The articles aims of discussing about using content based approach in accelerating non-English lecturers’ mastery of English. Out of three main types of Content-Based Instruction, this study uses the theme-based language instruction to accelerate the non-English lecturers’ mastery of English. Therefore, the question was asked; can the content based approach accelerate the non-English lecturers’ mastery of English.  This study was an action research study, where pre-test and posttest were administered to obtain the data, in addition to observation and literature study. The study is conducted in two cycles; each cycle consists of 5 meetings. The indicator of the study is that the study is completed when 75% of the lecturers were able to reach at least 75 points in the test. The pretest reveals that the average lecturers’ score is 63.50 and following the treatment using this approach at the end of the second cycle, the average lecturers’ mastery is 80.2%. Therefore, it is concluded that content-based instruction can accelerate the non-English lecturers’ mastery of English.  
ROLE PLAY IN VIDEO TO ACCELERATE NON-ENGLISH STUDENTS’ MASTERY OF SPEAKING COMPETENCE Asna Usman Dilo; La Aba
Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa Vol 4 No 1 (2019): Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa
Publisher : LP2M IAIN Sultan Amai Gorontalo

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To teach English to non-English major students in Islamic University is unique. This perception is also applied among lecturers and to stimulate a conversation situation in which students might find and give them an opportunity to practice and develop their speaking ability. Therefore, the use of role play that involved in short film documenter or video is used in this study to make their English creatively, not only to practice speaking ability but the students can explore their acting. This study is an action research study, where pre-test and posttest are administered to obtain the data, in addition to observation and literature study. This research is carried out in two cycles, every cycle there are four components they are: planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. The result of this research showed that used role play in video can accelerate the non-English students’ department mastery of speaking competence. It showed the first cycle showed that only 10 or 40% students were competent. While in the second cycle, there were 25 or 88% students gained the score more than 80. It means that the indicator of success has reached. Keywords: Role Play in Video, Speaking Competence, Non-English Students
Standart Sudut Kemiringan Minimal Arah Kiblat Masjid Di Kota Gorontalo Syafrudin Katili; Asna Usman Dilo
Asy-Syir'ah: Jurnal Ilmu Syari'ah dan Hukum Vol 46, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Faculty of Sharia and Law - Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14421/ajish.2012.46.1.%p

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The substance of issue in this study is how many (degrees) the minimum standardized angle still be considered feasible and how the application which is raised in the title The Minimum Standardized Angle of the Kiblah Direction of Mosques in Gorontalo City, with the aims on trying to find the minimum standardize referred to and to be used as guidelines by the community (Jamaah) whether or not to make row adjustments in the mosques that experienced irregularities of kiblah direction. Based on early studies showed that mostly the mosques of Gorontalo city deviate from 1 to 15 degrees from the true direction of Kiblah. With the approach of science and technology especially in the field of astronomy (falak), then what is desired by the provisions of Islamic law ( syari) above can be well realized. Deviations of Kiblah direction of mosques in Gorontalo City today still can be find the solution to make rows improvements / adjustments in the mosques to the true direction of Kiblah or at least meet the minimum standardized angle which can be considered feasible in terms of the direction of kiblah in the mosques has not been out of boundary areas of the city of Mecca.
ROLE PLAY IN VIDEO TO ACCELERATE NON-ENGLISH STUDENTS’ MASTERY OF SPEAKING COMPETENCE Asna Usman Dilo; La Aba
Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa Vol 4 No 1 (2019): Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa
Publisher : LP2M IAIN Sultan Amai Gorontalo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (640.906 KB)

Abstract

To teach English to non-English major students in Islamic University is unique. This perception is also applied among lecturers and to stimulate a conversation situation in which students might find and give them an opportunity to practice and develop their speaking ability. Therefore, the use of role play that involved in short film documenter or video is used in this study to make their English creatively, not only to practice speaking ability but the students can explore their acting. This study is an action research study, where pre-test and posttest are administered to obtain the data, in addition to observation and literature study. This research is carried out in two cycles, every cycle there are four components they are: planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. The result of this research showed that used role play in video can accelerate the non-English students’ department mastery of speaking competence. It showed the first cycle showed that only 10 or 40% students were competent. While in the second cycle, there were 25 or 88% students gained the score more than 80. It means that the indicator of success has reached. Keywords: Role Play in Video, Speaking Competence, Non-English Students