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FOSTERING TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE THROUGH INTENSIVE COLLABORATIVE WORKSHOP IN CYCLIC LEARNING SYSTEMS Mantra, Ida bagus Nyoman; Astawa, I Nengah; Rustini, Ni Ketut Pola
Lingua Scientia Vol 26, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

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Competence is one of the absolute requirements that teachers must have. Having adequate competencies, a teacher will be able to perform his duties as a professional educator and an agent of change. Therefore, education is not only aimed to equip children with various sciences and technology but also variety of life skills. Teachers are professional educators who have been trusted by society to educate and guide children. As a professional educator, a teacher must fulfill teaching requirements that has been regulated. Teachers should have four competences, i.e. pedagogy, personality, professional, and social competence. These competences are needed because the duties and tasks of the teachers to develop their students’ knowledge and skill as well as to build their students’ character. Competent teachers are found to have the ability to develop their students properly as suggested by educational curriculum in order they can survive in facing the global advancement of living.
FOLKTALES AS MEANINGFUL CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC RESOURCES TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ READING SKILLS Ida Bagus Nyoman, Mantra; Dewa Gede Agung Gana, Kumara
Lingua Scientia Vol 25, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

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Creating an English learning environment in which learners are highly motivated is sometimes very challenging for EFL teachers. Folktales can be useful for facilitating learners in their competence of English language and also for enhancing their cross-cultural awareness. In the field of language teaching, the richness and potential of folktales seems to have been under-utilized in today’s language classes. This paper explores how folktales can be used as a medium of improving students’ reading skills and major benefits in using folktales for teaching English.  A classroom action research was employed to attain the purpose of this study in which two cyclic learning sessions were conducted to improve English learners’ reading skills. Several selected Indonesian folktales were intensively utilized in reading classes. This result of this study indicates that use of folktales by EFL teachers could improve student’ reading skill and widen their vocabulary and at the same time, culture is acquired by the students.
PENGEMBANGAN TES BAHASA INGGRIS KOMUNIKATIF UNTUK SMK PARIWISATA DI BALI Widiastuti, Ida Ayu Made Sri; Astawa, I Nengah; Mantra, Ida Bagus Nyoman
Jurnal Bakti Saraswati (JBS): Media Publikasi Penelitian dan Penerapan Ipteks Vol 6 No 2 (2017): Jurnal Bakti Saraswati (JBS) : Media Publikasi Penelitian dan Penerapan Ipteks
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pemberdayaan (Institute for Research and Community Empowerment) Universitas Mahasaraswati Denpasar Bali

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This research was conducted at SMK in Bali which aims to develop a model of communicative English test for SMK Tourism in Bali by involving students of English Education Study Program as the final project of language tesing. This research is conducted for two years using Research and Development method so that the developed product can be believed to be correct and accurate. The research was conducted because the crucial important problem faced by SMK Tourism teachers in assessing the ability of communicative English students so that teachers and students know their true ability in English communication in order to improve the quality of learning so that students will be ready to work in various tourism industries. In the first year, research was focused on establishing a communicative English test model based on analyzing an English test that already exists at SMK Tourism in Bali and then designing a model of Communicative English test for vocational students in Bali.
Oral Text of Genjek in Karangasem Regency Ida Bagus Nyoman Mantra; I Nyoman Weda Kusuma; I Nyoman Suarka; Ida Bagus Rai Putra
e-Journal of Linguistics Vol 11 No 2 (2017): eJL-July
Publisher : Doctoral Studies Program of Linguistics of Udayana University Postgraduate Program

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This study examines the oral text of genjek in Karangasem regency with the main focus was analyzing the structure, function and meaning of oral text of genjek by using the theory of structure, theory of function and theory of semiotics. The theory of structure was used to analyze the structure of oral text of genjek. The theory of function was used to analyze the function of the oral text of genjek and the theory of semiotics was used to analyze the meaning of the oral text of genjek.The present study was a qualitative study with systematic study that departs from theory to observation on the availability of data for further analysis and data validation. The approach used in this study was a phenomenological approach that moved from the phenomenon of language used in genjek. The implication of this study is expected to provide benefits to the linguistic approach in studying the structure, function and meaning of the other texts and other literary works. In this study, it was found that oral text of genjek is literary work which has macro structure, super structure and micro structure. The function of genjek includes: entertainment function, education function, function of remembering the past, solidarity function, social control function, social protest and criticism function, and religious function. Meanings of genjek includes: meaning of love, meaning of the collective consciousness, meaning of ritual, existence of social stratification recognition. Creation process of genjek text is done together spontaneously by a group of people who are gathered together. Inheritance process of genjek is done naturally and non-naturally so that genjek can thrive in Karangasem society
Conducting assessment instrument models for teacher competence, teacher welfare as an effort to enhance education quality Mantra, Ida Bagus Nyoman; Perdata, Ida Bagus Ketut; Astawa, I Nengah; Maba, Wayan
International Research Journal of Management, IT & Social Sciences Vol 5 No 3: May 2018
Publisher : IJCU

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21744/irjmis.v5i3.667

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Teacher competence and teacher welfare are essential aspects to successfully improve education quality. Assessment instrument models for teacher competence and teacher welfare therefore important to be developed to meet the required standards. This study aims at developing a set of assessment instrument models for teacher competence, teacher welfare, and educational quality improvement. The study was designed for two years adopting the Research and Development method employing 4D models consisting of Define, Design, Develop and Disseminate. The result of this study is in the form of assessment models for teacher competence, teacher welfare, and quality of education which have been validated by selected teachers, principals, and school supervisors. This assessment models have strong beneficial significance to the improvement of education quality and teacher professional development.
FUNGSI DAN MAKNA TRADISI GENJEK KARANGASEM System, Administrator; -, Ida Bagus Nyoman Mantra
Sphota : Jurnal Linguistik dan Sastra Vol 8 No 1 (2016): Sphota
Publisher : Sphota : Jurnal Linguistik dan Sastra

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The present study aimed at investigating the oral tradition of genjek Karangasem with the main attempt was to analyze the various functions and meanings of genjek Karangasem. The theory of literary function utilised in the present study was the theory as suggested by Bascom in Sukatman (2011:11) and semiotics theory as suggested by Van Zoest (1993:131). The theory of literary function was utilized to anlyse the function of genjek Karangasem and semiotics theory was used to examine the meaning of genjek Karangasem. The present study was a qualitative study with systematic descriptive analysis which departs from theory to the observation of valid and reliable data. The approach used in this study was a phenomenological approach that moved from the phenomenon of language used in genjek Karangasem. The implication of this study was expected to provide benefits to the development of linguistics studies and the understanding of function and meaning of the other oral traditions as well as other literary works for the sake of the betterness of social life improvement.  The present study revealed that the function of genjek Karangasem were functions to remember the past, education, entertainment, ethnic solidarity, social control, social protest, and the religious function, meanwhile, the meanings found in genjek Karangasem, such as the meaning of love, ritual, recognition of the existence of social stratification, and the meaning of the collective consciousness. Keywords: Function, Meaning, Genjek
Kulkul in Global Era of Communication Advancement Ida Bagus Brata; Ida Bagus Nyoman Mantra
Soshum: Jurnal Sosial dan Humaniora Vol 8 No 2 (2018): July 2018
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Bali

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Communication is a form of interaction between the communicator and the communicant, requiring certain media in order for the message to be conveyed well. Kulkul as a communication medium has a significant role and several functions as a means to unite the community. For the people of Bali, kulkul has a high spirit of togetherness. Every time the sound of kulkul is heard, the residents will be present at the place previously agreed upon. With the power of its sound, kulkul is able to create unwritten rules. It is obeyed by all members of the community. It does not matter whether they are officials, farmers, caste people or ordinary people, all of them have to gather when they hear kulkul. This is because the sound of kulkul is a significant order that must be obeyed by the members of the community. The development and advancement of information and communication technologies in various forms of digital media, which make all activities more effective and efficient cause kulkul function as a traditional communication medium in an intense pressure from electronic media. Kulkul as traditional communication medium for the Balinese is deemed to be able to bridge the communication among the Balinese
An analysis of assessment models employed by the Indonesian elementary school teachers Maba, Wayan; Mantra, Ida Bagus Nyoman
International journal of social sciences and humanities Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

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The present study was conducted to analyze the assessment models employed by Indonesian elementary school teachers in the context of assessment models as suggested by the curriculum in 2013. The analysis includes the selected assessment models and their implementation in real classroom settings to assess the students’ attitudes, knowledge, and skills. This study made use of a qualitative research design in which the data were analyzed by means of deep argumentation and presented descriptively. Data were collected through direct observation and in-depth interviews with the selected elementary school teachers. The collected data were analyzed in an analytical manner to obtain the findings. The findings of the present study indicated that primary school teachers employed various models of assessment based on the aspects of attitudes, knowledge, and skills. Assessment of the students’ attitude includes observation, self-assessment, peer assessment, and teachers’ records. Assessment of the students’ knowledge includes a written test, an oral test, and assignment. Assessment of the students’ skill includes performance, portfolio, and project. Meanwhile, the scores of the students’ achievement were analyzed based on the scores of the students’ attitude obtained by using the instruments, such as observation blank sheet, Self-assessment, peer assessment, and teacher’ records. Self-assessment and peer assessment were also used as a confirmation of the scores for the report card and the teachers’ records were mainly used to provide the suggestions for the students’ improvement.
Developing learning methods of Indonesian as a foreign language Suparsa, I Nyoman; Mantra, Ida Bagus Nyoman; Widiastuti, Ida Ayu Made Sri
International journal of social sciences and humanities Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017): August
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

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The present study was conducted which aims at developing teaching methods of Indonesian as a foreign language. This study was carried out for two years in the form of Research and Development design to develop accuracy of teaching methods to be employed to teach the Indonesian language. The study was conducted as an important and crucial issue encountered by prospective teachers of Indonesian as a foreign language to face global challenges in which teachers of Indonesian are urgently required to teach effectively. In addition, this study was conducted to prepare the Indonesian teachers to be professional teachers and ready to face the competitive world of work. In the first year, the research was focused on creating a draft of effective learning methods to teach Indonesian as a foreign language. Consequently, this study was started by analyzing the teaching methods that have been used by various language learning institutions. The second year, the study is mainly focused on trying out and validated the learning methods to ensure their effectiveness to teach Indonesian as a foreign language.
Developing communicative English language tests for tourism vocational high school students Astawa, I Nengah; Mantra, Ida Bagus Nyoman; Widiastuti, Ida Ayu Made Sri
International journal of social sciences and humanities Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017): August
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

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The present study aimed at developing communicative language tests for vocational high school students. A Research and Development design was employed in this study with the primary target was to develop communicative English language tests. The main procedures in the development of the test include: (1) identifying objectives, (2) developing the test specification, (3) developing the communicative tests, (4) analyzing the results of the preliminary tryout of the communicative tests drafts, (5) revising the communicative test drafts, (6) trying out the communicative test drafts, (7) analyzing the results of the tryout of the communicative tests, (8) revising the communicative test drafts. Questionnaires and observation blanks sheet was used to gather comments, opinions, and criticisms on the draft of communicative tests from a number of selected experts. The analysis of the communicative tests tryout was done to ensure the validity, reliability, and practicality of the tests.
Co-Authors Anak Agung Istri Yudhi Pramawati Anak Agung Istri Yudhi Pramawati Anak Agung Putu Arsana Anak Agung Rai Laksmi Anak Agung Rai Laksmi Dewa Ayu Ari Wiryadi Joni Dewa Ayu Puspawati Dewa Ayu Puspawati Dewa Gede Agung Gana Kumara Dewa Gede Agung Gana Kumara Heru Sukoco I Gde Putu Agus Pramerta I Gusti Agung Putri Wirastuti I Gusti Agung Putri Wirastuti I Gusti Ayu Putu Tuti Indrawati I Gusti Ayu Putu Tuti Indrawati I Ketut Alit Ngurah Ardana I Ketut Wardana I Nengah Astawa I Nengah Astawa I Nengah Astawa I Nengah Astawa I Nengah Astawa I Nengah Astawa I Nengah Astawa I Nengah Astawa I Nengah Astawa I Nyoman Suarka I Nyoman Suparsa I Nyoman Suwandi I Nyoman Suwandi I Nyoman Suwandi I Nyoman Weda Kusuma Ida Ayu Made Sri Widiastuti Ida Ayu Made Sri Widiastuti Ida Ayu Made Sri Widiastuti Ida Ayu Made Sri Widiastuti Ida Ayu Made Sri Widiastuti Ida Ayu Made Sri Widiastuti, Ida Ayu Made Sri Ida Ayu Made Wedasuwari Ida Ayu Mega Cahyani Ida Bagus Brata Ida Bagus Ketut Perdata Ida Bagus Nyoman Wartha, Ida Bagus Nyoman Ida Bagus Rai Putra Kadek Rahayu Puspadewi Kadek Wahyu Septian Bagaskara Komang Ayu Sri Wahyuni Lianda Dewi Sartika LUH KETUT SRI WIDHIASIH M.Pd S.S. Ida Bagus Rai . Made Hery Santosa Mariana Suryanti Nengah Dwi Handayani Nengah Dwi Handayani Nengah Dwi Handayani Nengah Dwi Handayani Nengah Dwi Handayani Nengah Dwi Handayani Nengah Dwi Handayani Nengah Dwi Handayani Nengah Dwi Handayani, Nengah Dwi Ni Ketut Pola Rustini Ni Ketut Pola Rustini Ni Luh Putu Sapna Sagita Ni Luh Sukanadi Ni Luh Sukanadi Ni Luh Sukandi Ni Made Wersi Murtini Ni Putu Dian Adnyani Putri Nyoman Tri Sukma Arsani R. Sapto Hendri Boedi Soesatyo Rulianto Rulianto Rustini, Ni Ketut Pola SAWITRI, NI LUH PUTU DIAN System, Administrator Wayan Maba Wayan Maba Wayan Maba Wayan Seruni Kwanyin Santana Yuliantari, Ni Putu Yeni