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Flipped Learning In Listening Class: Best Practice Approaches and Implementation Irianti, Leni; Sulastri, Fera
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 2 (2018): 2nd ELLiC Proceedings: Education 4.0: Trends and Future Perspectives in English Educa
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang

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This recent study analyzes the feasibility of the best practices concerning how flipped classroom is implemented in listening class, either online or offline. Recently, one of the digital literacy models is Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) based teaching technique is well known as flipped learning classroom. It believes as a branch of blended-learning. The emergence of this new model is the vice versa from the conventional teaching process. In Flipped Classroom, the course is divided into two parts, inside and outside classroom. This model has been widely adopted in many levels of education field all over the world. Therefore, this study tries to implement flipped classroom model in university level. The course subject of this study is listening comprehension. English listening comprehension in university has its own issue. Listening has become one of the most significant concerns in teaching English as a foreign language. It was figured out that there were some problems occur in listening class. Thus, this recent study is aimed at giving precise insight toward the flipped classroom model in listening class. The research method used is case study research design. The population is the students at one of the private universities and one state university in East Priangan Indonesia. The sample is 21 students at the third semester of English Department. The questionnaires and interview were used to verify the data. The result of this study is to give precise insight implementing flipped classroom model in online and offline. It also explained the successful running of flipped classroom under the MALL
Blogging in Extensive Reading: Students’ Voice in Blended Learning Classroom Fatimah, Asri Siti; Kardijan, Dian; Sulastri, Fera
Vision: Journal for Language and Foreign Language Learning Vol 9, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Faculty of Education and Teacher Training, Universitas Islam Negeri Walisongo Semarang

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The use of a blog as a platform for extensive reading becomes valuable since it provides the possibility of readership and opportunity for interaction and collaboration. As the online journal facilitating users to display information in chronological order and connected to the Internet, the blog also can help students to get a wide variety of reading materials, which should be conducted in extensive reading activities. However, the use of a blog in this study is integrated with the process of learning in the classroom so that the students can use it for reporting their reading activities and share what they read beyond the classroom. This study is conducted during one semester in one of the universities in Indonesia using six students of the first grade joining an extensive reading course as the participants. In this research, a case study is used as a research method. It aims at analyzing the students' perception of the use of blogs in extensive reading. Findings show that the blog is beneficial for promoting the students' reading interest, building autonomy and creativity, and providing a reflective platform. The blog consists of several features allowing students to get the numerous reading sources that are appropriate with their language level and interest. Therefore, it becomes useful since it can facilitate students to build their responsibility to select their reading material and to reflect the progress of their learning activities.