Noor Amalina Audina
Institut Agama Islam Negeri Palangka Raya

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How is an Arabic Lecturer’s Personality Competence as Expected by Students? An Analysis of Students’ Perceptions in Indonesia Hamidah Hamidah; Noor Amalina Audina; Mahfuz Rizqi Mubarak
Arabiyatuna: Jurnal Bahasa Arab Vol 6, No 2 November (2022)
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri Curup

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29240/jba.v6i2.5088


This study aimed to examine students' perceptions of an ideal Arabic lecturer’s personality competence. This study used an exploratory approach with the data collection technique deploying an online questionnaire distributed via a Google Form. After completing the online questionnaire, the researchers also selected three students for individual interviews based on their availability and willingness to participate. This study revealed several important findings: First, Arabic language lecturers must act according to the prevailing norms and feel proud of their profession. Second, an Arabic lecturer must be independent in acting without being influenced by interventions from anyone and have a high work ethic. Third, an Arabic lecturer must be neutral in treating students in the classroom. Fourth, an Arabic lecturer must use polite language when delivering materials and not be arrogant, which could create a tense/scary atmosphere during the learning process. Fifth, an Arabic language lecturer must set an example for students, such as getting used to speaking Arabic in everyday life so that students could imprint the lecturer.
Enhancing Arabic Speaking Skills: A Societal Approach at an Indonesian Islamic Boarding School University - Implementation Challenges and Remedies Mahfuz Rizqi Mubarak; Noor Amalina Audina; Bimaghfirlana Muhammad
Journal of Arabic Language Learning and Teaching (JALLT) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): Journal of Arabic Language Learning and Teaching (JALLT)
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri Palangka Raya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23971/jallt.v1i2.148


The research explores the implementation of teaching speaking skills to first-semester Arabic language students at the University of Islamic Boarding School in Indonesia, using a social approach. It aims to comprehensively describe the process, covering objectives, the roles of lecturers and students, discussion themes, teaching methods, media, and evaluation. The study employs a descriptive qualitative method with data collected through observation, interviews, and documentation. Insights from the findings highlight the sociological perspective of learning objectives, emphasizing the lecturer's role in fostering social interactions through discussions. Both the lecturer and students' roles are examined in a societal context, underlining the lecturer's societal responsibilities and students' readiness for societal engagement. Discussion themes include social elements such as good behavior, Islamic education, and youth. The teaching method involves a conversational approach with cooperative learning strategies. Classroom media is limited to books and boards, while dormitories are equipped with LED TVs broadcasting Arabic-language religious speeches. Challenges faced by students are categorized into internal (lack of personal motivation) and external problems (shortage of classrooms and inadequate bathroom facilities). The study provides insights into the practical and sociological aspects of teaching speaking skills in an Islamic educational environment.