Slamet Mulyani
Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam Negeri Bengkalis

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Metode Pembelajaran Gramatika Bahasa Arab (Telaah Buku Al-Lubab Quantum Reading Book Karya Ahmad Fakhruddin) Slamet Mulyani
Akademika: Jurnal Keagamaan dan Pendidikan Vol 16, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : STAIN Bengkalis

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Arabic Grammar is often considered a scourge by the majority of students. This condition has finally received serious attention from various Arabic language activists by presenting a lot of solutions so that students are easy and happy to learn Arabic. This article aims to evaluate the book Al-Lubab Quantum Reading Book by KH. Ahmad Fakhruddin using Mackey's theory. The results of this study are expected to be a recommendation to the author of the book and other authors in compiling a textbook. All data were collected through the documentation method for further analysis and presented through a qualitative descriptive approach. Based on data analysis, it is known that Al-Lubab's book has fulfilled the selection and presentation elements but is still very weak in the aspects of gradation and repetition. Thus, it is recommended that textbook writers should pay attention to all aspects so the material can be studied and understood easily by students.
Persepsi Mahasiswa Terhadap Penggunaan Kamus Digital Bahasa Arab Di Era Society 5.0 Ahmad Arifin; Slamet Mulyani
An Nabighoh Jurnal Pendidikan Dan Pembelajaran Bahasa Arab Vol 23 No 2 (2021): An Nabighoh
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Metro

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The Arabic dictionary is the primary reference for students learning Arabic, mainly when translating. With advances in technology, dictionaries are no longer in sheets of paper but in digital form that mobile phones and desktops can be accessed. This study aimed to determine students' perceptions of the use of digital dictionaries and various aspects of the difficulties experienced by students. This exploratory research was conducted using a survey technique on randomly selected students, and a descriptive technique was used as an analytical tool. The number of respondents is as many as 100 students from 2 different universities. In general, answers related to students' perceptions can be mapped in several ways: 1) students’ ability to translate is still low. 2) students still have many difficulties when translating and how to use a dictionary. 3) dictionaries are still required, both digital and print. 4) google translate became the student's favorite dictionary. So, the author recommends special training in dictionaries at the beginning of lectures at the higher education level.