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The Needs of Developing English Teacher’s Professional Competence In the 21st Century Farouk Imam Arrasyid; Istiqomah
International Journal of Education and Humanities Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): International Journal of Education and Humanities (IJEH)
Publisher : Zenius Publisher

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The teacher's professional competence in the 21st century is required a great deal of knowledge, master the material critically, adapt to any changes in curriculum, master the technology, and solve problems encountered during the teaching process. Many researchers have already analyzed English teacher's needs toward professional competence in the 21st century. Here, there are presently several needs to develop an English teacher's professional competence into successful teaching and adjust the 21st century in more detail. This research strives to find the needs of developing English teacher's professional competence in the 21st century. The researcher employs a qualitative approach. The data were obtained through an interview with five professional English teachers’ competence. Then, the data were analyzed, interpreted, and presented using a narrative form. The result of interview analysis revealed that English teachers at Junior High School have indicated eighteen needs of developing professional competence in the 21st century, it required for the successful in teaching and learning. So, it can conclude that these needs greatly develop the professional quality of English teacher’s competence in teaching and carrying out the profession as English teachers
SYNCHRONIZATION OF ENGLISH STUDENTS’ WORKSHEET (LKS) TO THE CURRICULUM Neneng Heni Nurhidayah; Farouk Imam Arrasyid
ELT Echo : The Journal of English Language Teaching in Foreign Language Context Vol 2, No 1 (2017): JUNE 2017
Publisher : IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon

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Abstract: This analysis is intended to uncover the synchronization between the students’ worksheet for vocational high school to the School Based Curriculum. This research explores the profile of the English students’ worksheet; evaluate the synchronization between the English students’ worksheet’s content and assessment to the learning objective in curriculum. This research utilizes qualitative research design, particularly in the form of a descriptive-evaluative content analysis. The data collection technique is in non-participant analysis study. The primary data is one printed students’ worksheet entitled “BAHASA INGGRIS Untuk SMK TEKNIK” published by MARGA MITRA and is used in SMK Al-Hidayah Cirebon. The data are analyzed by using textbook evaluation checklists which are represented into percentage and described into paragraph description as the result. The result of the research shows that the analyzed students’ worksheet obtains over a third of poor items, nearly two third of good items , and only a small portion of excellent. It means that this students’ worksheet is mostly categorized good in the term of general evaluation. However, fact found that some contents and assessments in this students’ worksheet are out of the guidance in the syllabus. It is clear that it contains roughly a quarter of not synchronous assessment in speaking, nearly a third in reading, and nearly two third in writing. It indicates that the references and the guidance of the students’ worksheet are questionable and untrustworthyKeywords: Students’ Worksheet, Synchronization, Curriculum, Syllabus, Learning Objective.
Self- Access Materials Needed for Autonomous Learning in the 21st Century at Senior High School Diah Nur Afdillah; Farouk Imam Arrasyid
International Journal of Education and Humanities Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): International Journal of Education and Humanities (IJEH)
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The existence of the covid- 19 pandemic can indeed be a polemic in all sectors, particularly in education sector. Besides the covid- 19 pandemic, the rapid progress of the 21st encourages students to become independent learners who can pursue their own studying. Self- access materials play a crucial role in the successful execution of autonomous learning goals in promoting the ability and passion of students for autonomous learning. Therefore, this research aims to find out self- access materials needed for autonomous learning in the 21st century and investigate how to implement the self- access materials for autonomous learning in the 21st century. This research is a descriptive qualitative research using interview to collect the data. The respondents of this research are 6 students of XI Grade and 1 English teacher. The result shows there are 6 strategies of autonomous learning which consist of 17 autonomous learning activities. From the 17 autonomous learning activities, there are 13 autonomous learning strategies that found in this research with 1 activities founded regarding to the interviewees responses. The self- access materials needed by students are didactic books, motivational videos, dictionary applications, YouTube, vocabulary books, registers, authentic materials, English textbooks according to curriculum, webtoons, novels, feedback worksheet, TOEFL CD-Room, educational software (British Council, BBC Learning English and social media, articles, Ome TV application and others. There are 7 steps to implement the self- access materials. Thus, to support the English learning, this research greatly beneficial for students, teachers and material developers
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ READINESS IN USING TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE LANGUAGE LEARNING Virgin Erdia Sandi Putripertiwi; Farouk Imam Arrasyid
AL-TARBIYAH: Jurnal Pendidikan (The Educational Journal) Vol 31, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teachers Training

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AbstractThis research aimed to investigate students’ readiness in using technology in the learning process, especially for English learning. 21st century has brought the development of various areas, especially for Information and Communication Technology (ICT). ICT is beneficial for various fields including education. Educational technology is the study and ethical practice of encouraging education by designing, using, and managing appropriate technological processes and improving performance. The use of technology has become the perfect complement to master or gain control of a language and English courses are supported by the most efficient and attractive technology in the learning process. This research used qualitative method conducted in Senior High School to explore the views of participants in using technology into language learning activities known as Technology Enhance Language Learning (TELL). Based on the data analysis, the highest result of students’ readiness in using technology shows that there are 19 of 20 students who have capability to use technology to finish English assignments.Keywords: : TELL, learning English, students’ readiness, senior high school