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INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION AT HIGHER EDUCATION CONTEXT: PORTRAITS AND PRACTICES Wello, Muh. Basri; Nur, Sahril; Azis, Astuti
International Journal of Language Education Vol. 1, No. 2, 2017
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (560.749 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/ijole.v1i2.4310

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Intercultural communication focuses on the importance of understanding other’s language and cultural background in order to create appropriate and effective communication. This article reviews several studies on intercultural competence from five different countries. The objective of this review is to present research from different context, models of intercultural communication developed in those settings and pos­sible adaptive models to develop in Indonesian higher educational settings. Data were obtained from a careful review of international articles on the study of intercultural communication using inclusion and exclusion cri­teria. Result of the review reveals that culture is still the biggest issue that could block effective and relevant communication. For that reason, intercultural communication, (IC) positively contribute to the development of cultural sensitivity and is open for adaptation to work in different context. Suggestions on effective model of intercultural education at university level and applicable sample of collegial relationship among academics are also provided.
EXPLORING STUDENTS’ LEARNING STRATEGIES AND GENDER DIFFERENCES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Mahmud, Murni; Nur, Sahril
International Journal of Language Education Vol. 2, No. 1, 2018
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (689.78 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/ijole.v2i1.4346

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The main objective of this paper is to explore the learning strategies of male and female students and to discuss those strategies in relation to gender differences. This research was conducted in one senior high school in Makassar, Indonesia. The number of respondents was 71 students taken randomly by using Slovin formula among 250 students. The study used quantitative and qualitative data. The quantitative data were collected by using a questionnaire of SILL whereas the qualitative data were taken by using interview. The learning strategies were discussed based on Oxford?s learning strategies (1990) whereas the notion of gender differences in relation to learning strategies was discussed in the framework of gender differences in communication proposed by Lakoff (1975, 1976) and (Tannen, 1990, 1994). Findings from the questionnaire show that female students use cognitive, compensation, and affective strategy more often compared to male students while male students use memory, metacognitive, and social strategy more often compared to female students. Findings from the interview show that female and male students chose different learning strategies. In addition, those learning strategies were influenced by the notion of gender differences in communication. These findings significantly give beneficial inputs to the process of English language teaching in order to create effective teaching and classroom interaction. It also provides significant contribution to the study on language and gender in communication in a setting of education and language teaching.
Teachers’ Reflective Practice and Challenges in an Indonesian EFL Secondary School Classroom La Sunra, La Sunra -; Haryanto, Haryanto; Nur, Sahril
International Journal of Language Education Vol. 4, No. 2, 2020
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/ijole.v4i2.13893

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This study investigated the EFL teachers’ perception and practices of reflection in teaching. The study was conducted through qualitative method by purposive sampling technique. The data were collected through semi-structured interview, and documentation from seven EFL Junior High School teachers in Makassar. The results of the study showed that the EFL teachers perceived reflective practice mainly as an evaluative process to their teaching experience. They all believed that reflective practice was one of the effective teacher characteristics and useful for increasing the quality of teaching and learning. Their reflections were mostly at descriptive and dialogic level. Inadequate knowledge and workload were identified by the EFL teachers as the challenges to reflection.
Applying Video for Writing Descriptive Text in Senior High School in the Covid-19 Pandemic Transition Maru, Mister Gidion; Nur, Sahril; Lengkoan, Fergina
International Journal of Language Education Vol. 4, No. 3, 2020
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/ijole.v4i3.14901

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The emergence of the Covid-19 as the global pandemic with its social and physical distancing consequence has affected educational practices. This paper reports the expereince of carrying out a study on applying youtube video for writing of descriptive text in EFL Class. The purpose of this research was to find out whether the videos can develop students’ ability in writing descriptive text or not.  The study took place in the time before and during the covid-19 emergence. As quantitative research, this study applied pre-experimental design. The participant of this research was the 1st year students of one of the prominence senior high schools in Manado, Indonesia. They were 26 students of language class. The results indicated that the mean score of the post-test is significantly higher that of the pre-test. This points out that the use of YouTube video in teaching the writing of descriptive text is effective. However, the emergence of Covid-19 pandemic influenced the implementation of intervention that later affected students’ achievement. The result of this study is not fully in line with the outcome of the previous studies which hypothetically resulted in two to four gains of scores. In addition, it implies that the use of YouTube video in this pandemic transition period seems to be helpful mostly to low level students as they displayed higher gains. Besides, this study denotes the challenges for teachers and students in the Covid-19 pandemic era namely the competence in online learning, and the internet connectivity access and learning mode system.
Non-Native English Lecturers' Motivational Practices in a Tertiary Educational Environment Nur, Sahril; Hardini, Tri Indri; Patak, Andi Anto
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics Vol 11, No 2 (2021): Vol. 11, No. 2, September 2021
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/ijal.v11i2.32852

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To fill in the gap on how tertiary educational environment’s non-native English lecturers in Indonesia use all motivational activities, this qualitative case study examined how they think about motivational strategies in the classroom, how they put the knowledge into effect, and how EFL students think about their lecturers' motivational strategies. This study focused on a single embedded design in which participants from a single organization were divided into two major clusters. Interviews with five non-native English lecturers and thirteen English Literature students, observation, and field notes were utilised. The participants believed that there are two types of motivation: natural and nurtured, with nurturing motivation receiving more attention. The instructor element is central to motivation, according to participants in both clusters. Both participants stressed the importance of getting a figure to obey. This understanding was positively reflected in practices where lecturers developed, produced, and sustained motivational teaching strategies in the classroom, demonstrating dominance. Sharing non-native English lecturers' success stories, contextualizing, and encouraging were among the study's specific activities. Motivation is essential for learning, but the type and techniques used can differ depending on the situation. These results indicate that a proper and replicable Motivational Teaching Practices (MTP) paradigm necessitated national or regional adaptations due to contextual factors. However, MTP components relevant to English Literature students were ignored by lecturers. Realising MTP’s importance may lead to successfully achieving learning outcomes in higher educational settings.
Writing in a Foreign Language: The Rhetorical and Argument Styles in Research Article Drafts by Nonnative Speakers of English in Linguistics and Language Education Arsyad, Safnil; Nur, Sahril; Nasihin, Ahmat; Syahrial, Syahrial; Adnan, Zifirdaus
International Journal of Language Education Vol. 5, No. 3, 2021
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/ijole.v5i3.19506

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Unlike for lecturers in Engineering, Medicine, Computer Science, and Agriculture and Biology Sciences, for Indonesian lecturers in Social Sciences and Humanities including in Linguistics and Language Education (LLE), publishing research articles in reputable or indexed international journals is very difficult. The possible cause of the difficulty is their unfamiliarity with the correct and appropriate use of rhetorical style in their articles as expected by international journal readers. This study is aimed at investigating the rhetorical of research article (RA) drafts written in English by Indonesian lecturers in Applied Linguistic and English Language Education in five different universities in Indonesia (i.e., Bengkulu University, Padang State University, Atmajaya Catholic University, Mataram University, and Makassar State University). A corpus of 20 English RA drafts was analyzed on their rhetorical and linguistic quality using a genre-based method. The results show that the majority of the RA drafts have addressed important moves in each section of the articles but in terms of the argument quality still needs improvement. This implies that the Indonesian university lecturers in LLE need to be familiar with and able to argue well in their article drafts as it is expected by international readers. 
Models of Moderation based instructions in teaching English at Islamic Senior High Schools in Makassar Pelu, Hanafie; Mahmud, Murni; Nur, Sahril; Salija, Kisman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Studies Vol 24, No 2 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Educational Studies
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/ijes.v24i2.29795

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Abstract. Moderation is an important aspect in education since it can contribute to democratic education. Educational system in Indonesia needs to consider implementing the concept of moderation, especially in Islamic Schools. For this purpose, this research aims at exploring the models of moderation in Islamic Scools in Makassar. This research focuses on exploring the models of moderation based instruction in teaching English at Islamic Senior High School in Makassar. The subject of the study is an English teacher and the students of one islamic Senior High School in Makassar. This study employed an ethnographic research design. The researchers aaplied observation, interview, note taking, and documentation of English teacher in exploring the implementation of moderation based instruction in teaching English. Findings from this study shows that PELA Model which stands for Preparing material, Established and adopting the local wisdom, Learn to apply in ourselves before teaching others and Applicate imoderation based instruction in English teaching. This model is only suggested model that should be followed up by further research to examine and measure the effectiveness of this model. This study will contribute to the professional knowledge of how to implementation moderation in teaching English in Islamic Schools in Indonesia as well as providing insights for policy- making and improving the quality of primary-school level English language teaching in general.Keywords: Moderation; instruction; moderation-based instruction; English Language Teaching
Engaging Novice Writers in Online Collaborative Review through Peer-Review Circles Nur, Sahril; Anas, Ismail; Rahayu, Rahayu
International Journal of Language Education Vol. 6, No. 1, 2022
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/ijole.v6i1.26141

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In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, this article presents online Peer-Review Circles (PRC) as an innovative and collaborative approach to academic writing, mainly proofreading and copy-editing processes. It aims to engage novice second language (L2) writers in online joint review and increase their understanding of pre-reviewing scholarly papers before submission. The authors had observed that a large number of doctoral students are still considered novice writers. Therefore, there was a need for a practical approach to improve their review skills and engage them in online PRC activities. Grounded in Monologue-Dialogue-Discussion (MDD) Circles (Manning & Jobbitt, 2018), this article extends its potential to be adopted and used beyond the classroom and mandatory ELT contexts. MDD requires three consecutive stages: 1) primary reviewer’s monologue, 2) primary and secondary reviewer’s dialogue, and 3) writer and the reviewers perform a group discussion. These activities will help the writers to look after the manuscripts simultaneously from a PRC perspective. We also developed peer review Feedback Questions (FQs) to guide the reviewers to perform meaningful discussions. The output of the PRCs will likely be an initial review or a pre-evaluation process to improve the manuscript quality, readability, and publishability.   
A Systematic Review on Integrating MALL in English Language Teaching Sahril Nur; Ranta Butarbutar; Sri Yulianti Ardiningtyas; Andi Haeriati Alimuddin
ELT Worldwide: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 9, No 1 (2022)
Publisher : Pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/eltww.v9i1.30409

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The use of technology in language learning has been going on for a long time. Many technological characteristics are currently utilized in language learning as a result of the rapid growth of technology. MALL is one of them. This study aims to review integrating MALL in English language teaching (ELT). The study employed a systematic review checklist as a method. Findings suggest that MALL has a good impact on students' English language development, which leads to positive outcomes, according to the overall findings. Parents, teachers, and students expressed an interest in promoting MALL in ELT. Teachers were enthusiastic about MALL and felt that it could be utilized to teach English. MALL also had a positive influence in educational contexts, with students enthusiastic about utilizing it in English classes. They also believe that MALL provides them with numerous benefits when performing their tasks. Due to the challenges teachers and students encounter in applying and using MALL in ELT, such as psychological, pedagogical, and technical limits, stakeholders are expected to develop solutions and policies to achieve effective technology-oriented learning in ELT.  Keywords: Systematic review, MALL, ELT
Exploring the cultural awareness of students majoring in English: a case study Andi Anto Patak; Sahril; Muhammad Basri Wello
International Journal of Humanities and Innovation (IJHI) Vol. 1 No. 4 (2018): December
Publisher : Center for Humanities and Innovation Studies

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33750/ijhi.v1i4.25

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Cultural competence has become an important element in creating a positive academic atmosphere. This study is a case study on the case of Cross-Cultural Understanding course. The participants or research subjects of this study consisted of 48 (forty eight) diploma, 21 (twenty one) bachelor, 20 (twenty) master, and 8 (eight) doctorate program. This study found out that doctorate students are consistently perceived the cultural awareness. This study does not mean that the older the student the wiser their acceptance to different culture due to some of the diploma program show the highly perceived on cultural awareness. This study revealed that cultural awareness is reasonably allied to the level of education. The majority of diploma group are in a medium cultural awareness. Bachelor and master showed significantly that they are in the medium level of cultural awareness. This study recommends for further study to conduct a quantitative study to investigate the cultural awareness of the students before and after the course of Cross-Cultural Understanding and to examine the increase the students’ cultural awareness.  
Co-Authors A. Muliati A. Muliati A. Muliati Abd Halim Abdullah Abdullah Adeliah Nurmuthmainnah Syam Adi Isma Adnan, Zifirdaus Ahmed Sardi Alya Zalsabila Ambar Wati Amir, Ali Syahban Amra Ariyani Andi Anto Patak Andi Anto Patak Andi Haeriati Alimuddin Andi Nadhirah Abd Haris Anggun Anisah Najamuddin Anugrah Puspita Ayu Muhammad arsyad, safnil Asbar Asbar Asia Masita Haidir Astuti Azis Aswin Abbas Abbas Auliyanti Sahril Nurfadhilah Balqis Yury Shakina Butarbutar, Ranta Cindy Angraeni Doris McDonald Eva Meizara Puspita Dewi Farida Amansyah Fhadli Noer Fitri Amaliah Akbal Geminastiti Sakkir Hanafie Pelu Hardianti Hardianti Haryanto Atmowardoyo Haryanto Haryanto Iin Bulkis Iskandar Iskandar Ismail Anas Isna Humaera Jamilah Jamilah Kasmawati Kasmawati Kisman Salija, Kisman Korompot, Chairil Anwar La Ode Rasmin La Sunra Lengkoan, Fergina Lili Suryani Maemuna Muhayyang Mardiani Mardiani Mardiyanah Nasta Marlia Marlia Marni Bawawa Mayra C. Daniel Misgter Gidion Maru Misnawati Misnawati Muh. Hasbi Muh. Tahir Muhammad Astrianto Setiadi Muhammad Badrus Sholeh Muhammad Badrus Sholeh Muhammad Basri Muhammad Basri Wello Muhammad Iksan Muhammad Jufrianto Muhammad Khalil Gibran Rusdi Murni Mahmud Mustakim Mustakim Mustaqimah Muh Tang Nasihin, Ahmat Nasrullah Nasrullah Nofvia De Vega Nofvia De Vega Nur Aeni Nur Annisa Hafid Nur Malikul Mulki R Nur Maulani Nur Wirawati Nur, Muh. Safar Nurdin Noni Nurfajriah Basri Nurlaila Wattiheluw Nurul Anugra Febriyanti Nurul Saqina Anwar Patak, Andi Anto Pelu, Hanafie Rahayu Rahayu Rahayu Rahayu Reski Pilu Reski Pilu Reski Pilu Reskyani Reskyani Riskawanti Kadir Rosmini Ryan Rayhana Sofyan Safar Nur Saiful Gaffar Samsudin Samsudin Sanaria Maneba Satriyana Muis Sitti Syakira Sitti Syakira Sri Rahayu Marwati Sri Yulianti Ardiningtyas Sukmawati Tono Palangngan Surahmat, Zulkifli Sutrismi Sutrismi SYAHRIAL SYAHRIAL Syahrianti Syahrianti Syauqiyah Awaliyah Alfiani Nur Tri Indri Hardini Tutty Tazkiyah Umar Uswatun Hasanah Vega, Nofvia De Waode Ade Sarasmita Uke Weldina Yusfa Wello, Muh. Basri Zul Astri