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Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa
ISSN : 24428965     EISSN : 24428973     DOI : https://doi.org/10.30603
Core Subject : Education,
Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa (e-Journal) aims at and focuses on publishing research-based and conceptual articles in the area of English and Arabic Education, Linguistics and Literatures from researchers, academicians, students, professional, and practitioners from all over the world. The scopes of Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa (e-Journal) are English and Arabic language teaching and learning, English and Arabic language testing and assessment, English and Arabic language instructional materials , Curriculum design and development in ELT and Arabic Language Teaching, Information and Communication Technology in ELT and Arabic Language Teaching, Applied linguistics, English language acquisition, Discourse analysis, Translation Studies.
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Nonverbal Communication of Supervisors in The Mentoring Thesis Process: Perceptions Of English Students Meilan Nirmala Shinta; Besse Darmawati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (855.637 KB) | DOI: 10.30603/al.v6i1.1347

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The study examines students' perceptions on the thesis mentoringprocess regarding their nonverbal communication patterns in the English studyprogram, FKIP of Halu Oleo University. The scope and focus are kinesics,proxemics, oculesics, chronemics, paralanguage, and physical appearance.Thisstudy apply a qualitative approach. The data obtained employing interview anddocumentation are then analyzed by Miles and Huberman's theory using reduction,reporting, and verification. The subjects of the study are eight graduated studentsand two students in the mentoring process. The study results shows that the sixtypes of nonverbal which are most likely to be experienced more often andinfluentially are ‘kinesics’, which is like the supervisor's attitude serving thestudents. Other nonverbal types continue to take on roles but are not as influentialas kinesics. This study reveals that the importance of communication is able toincrease student attention and motivation in constructing ideas gained from theirsupervisors when the communication process is going well and vice versa.
Conservation Buru Language: Preservation Efforts To Local Language Nanik Handayani
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The condition of the hurried language is increasingly experiencing shiftsthat can lead to extinction. This study aims to (1) reveal the Buru languagecondition during society, (2) determine the factors causing the change in the Burulanguage, and (3) find solutions to tackle the Buru language from the threat ofextinction. This study is a type of field research with a qualitative approach anduses phenomenology design. This study was conducted in Namlea District, BuruRegency. Data are collected by means of interviewing, recording, anddocumentation techniques then analyzed using reduction, presentation, verification,and conclusion methods. The results show that the condition of the languagerushed from time to time has experienced a shift. Of course, this impacts the purityof the Buru language itself if it is not addressed immediately. One of the causes ofthe change in Buru's speech is that most of the interviewed informants stated thatthey no longer used hastened language in their life. Based on this, the solution thatcan be done to save the Buru language from the threat of extinction is to conservethe Buru language by intensifying the Buru language's use in various aspects oflife.
Exploring EFL Teachers’ Classroom Management Approaches and Students Responses to Male and Female Teachers Riki Bugis; Moh. Saleh Tuharea; Zulkifli Akhmad
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The goal of this study is to explore the EFL classroom management approaches and how students respond to classroom management by the male and female English teacher. The subjects of the research were two English teachers and 60 students. This research is based on qualitative research. The data analysis was carried out in three phases: data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions. This study finds four types of classroom management by male English teachers and female English teachers. The first is the seating arrangements, the second is the rules and procedures, the third is the discipline, and the final is the teachers' appearance. Meanwhile, questionnaires and interviews show that there is a positive response to classroom management that has been carried out by English teachers, both male and female.
The Modern Reform of Arabic Learning Paradigm and Its’ Contribution toward the Development of Islamic Studies Heni Verawati; Uswatun Hasanah
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Arabic learning is positively associated with the growth of Islamic studies. The better comprehension and mastery of Arabic, the faster and the greater the standard of Islamic studies would be. It can also be considered an effort to avoid any misconceptions or misinterpretations in understanding Islam's primary sources (Quran and Hadits) written in Arabic. Therefore, there is a need for more in-depth and continuous study to develop effective Arabic language learning, especially in a modern context. This paper aims to examine some of the previous discussions and research on reforming Arabic language learning to develop Islamic studies in a modern context. Arabic learners today are different from learners in the past who focus more on routine activities by relying on written sources. In this modern era, learners have complete access and freedom to determine the direction of learning they want and need for themselves. Moreover, the main priority in improving Arabic learning quality is by optimizing modern media and technology. Therefore, Arabic language experts need to partner and synergize with competent human resources to develop modern Arabic education and learning technology to produce a better education system in Arabic Learning and support Islamic Studies' development.
A Critical Discourse Analysis of Jakarta Massive Flood News in Kompas.Com Putra Thoip Nasution; Didin Nuruddin Hidayat; Alek Alek
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The potential of discourse analysis in interpreting written languages hasattracted linguists’ interest to further extend the discussion. This study aims toanalyze the headline news of Kompas.com about a massive Jakarta flood occurringin 2019 through the perspective of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA). The studyemployed qualitative research descriptive using a Van Dijk’s framework consistingof three dimensions: macrostructure, superstructure, and microstructure. The datawere collected from Kompas.com online news entitled Banjir Jakarta: Normalisasiyang Terlambat dan hasil naturalisasi yang Belum Terlihat (Jakarta Flood: DelayedNormalization and Unseen Naturalization Results) (Kompas.Com, 2020). Thestudy found that Kompas.com used direct diction to present the text and took astand in the opposition to the Jakarta Governor policy. It was implicitly derivedfrom the sentences and paragraphs analyzed from CDA perspectives. The studyconcluded that the news provides information to readers and spread thought orunderstanding of the ideology adopted by journalists themselves.
The Students’ Ability In Writing Skill: Using Personal Pronoun In Narrative text Rahmawati Rahmawati; Ernita Fariani Sinaga; Anjelia Saragih; Sukutenta Br Sembiring
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This study aims to determine the students’ ability of second grade SMP Talitakum to use personal pronouns in narrative text. The subject of this study are students of second grade and the object of this study was the students' ability to use pronouns in narrative text. The sample of this study are 16 students. Data collection techniques in this study use test and interviews. Based on the data analyzed, the researchers concluded that the students' ability to use pronouns in the narrative text was 68.43% and the students' ability to use personal pronouns in the narrative text is 62.93%. The study concludes that the difficulty affecting students in using pronouns was a lack of understanding of pronouns and narrative text even though they had been taught by the teacher and the lack of grammar books.
Investigating Students’ Experiences and Preferences on Tools and Activities in Emergency Remote Learning Amidst Covid-19 Pandemic Ratnawati Ratnawati; Indah Nurhasanah
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The study investigates students’ recognition, students’ preferences, and students’ reasons for learning platforms, tools, and activities in the Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT) context. The intrinsic case study is used in the present study, which fully expected the quality of improvement and case evaluation can be carried out. The purposive sampling was used with 25 students of third-year class at a private university in West Java at English language education study program. In collecting the data, mixed questionnaire, participant classroom observation, and online semi-structured interview were distributed and conducted during the meetings, then analysed descriptively and thematically. The research findings point out that students positively responded to utilising Google Classroom for written synchronous and Zoom Cloud Meeting for virtual synchronous. To sum up, both platforms are recommended to be utilized in the online atmosphere for ERT. Further actions call for other researchers and educators to utilize them in classroom activities with similar backgrounds and problems. Besides, it is recommended for other researchers to conduct further studies related to the present field.
الفروق الضبطية بين الرسم المصحفى والرسم الإملائي Ibnu Rawandhy N. Hula; Agussalim Beddu Mala
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This study is related to the differences in diacritic marks used in writing the al-Quran (rasm mushaf) and conventional writing (rasm imla’i). This study aims to find aspects of the similarities and differences between the diacritic marks in two types of rasm, which are limited to five things. Namely: the sign of ya at the end of the word, the sign of sukun/silence, the position of the kasrah in tasydid, the position of the hamzah in a line of kasrah above the letter ya, and a long reading sign (madd). The type of research used is descriptive qualitative, with the literature and documentation method, which is carried out by reading books and various articles related to this research. The results showed the differences in diacritic marks between writing the al-Quran (rasm mushaf) and conventional writing (rasm imla’i). It consisted of several things, namely: 1) There is a similarity in writing between the rasm mushaf writing pattern and the conventional rasm pattern on letter differentiation, except for the writing of the letter ya at the end of the word, which is ignored in the writing of the mushaf (الهدى). 2) There are similarities in punctuation, especially in harakat, tasydid and hamzah, between the writing of the rasm mushaf and conventional writing, and this is unquestionably and acceptable. 3) There is a difference in the manuscripts printed in the eastern region, using the head of kha’ as a sign of sukun, ( ), whereas the ancient manuscripts use a circle like the one used by arithmetic people to denote the number zero ( ( ْ. 4) There are similarities in the writing of tasydid in the rasm mushaf and conventional rasm (imla’i), but the place for the kasrah mark with tasydid in the writing of the mushaf is under the letter (ــــّـــ), 5) Specifically for the hamzah sign that is in the middle and lined up in the kasrah, written ya on the rasm mushaf, by placing the head of the letter ‘ain with the vowel under ya' ( ) and this does not apply to the conventional rasm pattern/imla’ i الفَائِزُوْن) ). 6)The use of a long/madd sign (_ۤ_) above the madd letter, if there is a hamzah or a letter marked with sukun, it indicates an addition to the writing of the mushaf (القُرْءَانُ), meanwhile in use it is in a conventional rasm pattern (imla’i) such as which is in books, it shows hamzah mamdudah (القُرْآنُ)

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