Muhammad Bambang Purwanto
Universitas Negeri Semarang

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Implementing Writing Skills through The Genre Approach Ferri Hidayad; Ariya Agustin; Despita Despita; Muhammad Bambang Purwanto
INTERACTION: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa Vol 10 No 2 (2023): INTERACTION: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Muhammadiyah (UNIMUDA) Sorong

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36232/jurnalpendidikanbahasa.v10i2.4767


Despite being largely regarded as a foreign language; English plays an undeniably significant part in Palembang's economy and educational system. Contrarily, research reveals that English proficiency among Palembang pupils’ declines. This article details a study that looked at how much EFL English majors at PGRI Palembang University improved their ability to write argumentative essays after being subjected to genre-based writing exercises with their writing instructors. The findings showed that students consistently struggled to criticize or refute opposing viewpoints and come up with more powerful rebuttals, even after being exposed to the preparation of genre-based argumentative essays. However, they were able to demonstrate development in their ability to recognize the rhetorical structures (genres) and lexicon-grammatical characteristics of the full argumentative essay. The strategy received favourable feedback from the participants. The paired sample t-test also revealed that students' post-intervention argumentative texts significantly outperformed their pre-intervention drafts. It is commonly accepted that students may regulate the linguistic aspects of the type of text with a specific communicative aim and comfortably enhance their writing skills by studying through a genre-based approach to writing. The consequences for teaching writing in an EFL setting are demonstrated in this essay. Additionally, it urges the adoption of a genre approach in EFL writing classes.
Artificial Intelligence in Smart Classrooms: An Investigative Learning Process for High School Ismail Nasar; Yuspar Uzer; Aisyah; Ridayani; Muhammad Bambang Purwanto
Asian Journal of Applied Education (AJAE) Vol. 2 No. 4 (2023): October 2023

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This study identifies instances of technological advancement where AI was used in an intelligent classroom. A learner is more likely to learn concepts via a visual medium than from a literary one, such as smart classrooms and virtual reality programs. The inability to collaborate in education utilizing AI to create a smart classroom for increasing student learning and developing achievements was one of the new technologies' shortcomings. The idea behind that is to teach the learner through visual materials that are significantly easier for them to understand and retain than text-based lessons. The smart classroom makes decisions about how measurement data and classes of elegant class features can contribute to and lead to implementing training methods for manageable improvement in the act of authentic teaching forcefully. This study's methodology focuses on providing a review of the various types of smart classroom technologies that are now available. The outcome demonstrates the considerable influence and suggests improving additional technologies utilized in smart classrooms. The Smart level demonstrates how 3D symbolism and learning techniques are used to study and understand various concepts. This article offers a thorough analysis of the smart classroom and how it can significantly advance the utilization of technology development approaches