Good news untuk kalian semua guys!!
Buku What English Language Teachers Need to Know Volume 1 (Understanding Learning) merupakan buku yang sudah menjadi rujukan para guru bahasa Inggris di beberapa daerah di Indonesia, saat ini lebih mudah untuk di dapatkan. Buku terbitan Rajawali Pers ini bisa dipesan online melalui https://m.tokopedia.com/sentrainspirasi/what-english-language-teachers-need-to-know-indonesia-arif-rahman
Spesifikasi Buku :
Penerbit: Rajawali Pers
Tahun Terbit : 2016
Jumlah Halaman : 312
*Harga IDR 65.000 (Belum termasuk ongkir)
dan juga dapat dipesan melalui https://m.facebook.com/englishacademybengkulu/
*Harga IDR 70.000, free Ongkir untuk Kota Bengkulu & Sekitarnya
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Finally, buku Let’s Speak (Advanced Level) sekarang sudah bisa kalian miliki dengan datang langsung ke English Academy atau melalui pemesanan online di English Academy Bookstore. Buruan miliki bukunya sebelum kehabisan stok.
Penulis : M. Arif Rahman Hakim & Agustina Indah Bahari
Harga : IDR 50.000
Total Halaman: 108
Buku sederhana berjudul Let’s Speak (1st Level) yang saya tulis dan diterbitkan IAIN Bengkulu Press pada tahun 2016, setebal 93 halaman berisi materi dasar speaking bahasa Inggris. Untuk pemesanan dapat menghubungi nomor 085789137395 atau dapat menghubungi English Academy secara langsung ataupun lewat facebook https://m.facebook.com/englishacademybengkulu/
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Bahasa Pengantar: Bahasa Indonesia
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*Harga IDR 30.000, free delivery only for Bengkulu area*Language: English
The characteristic of person will effect to their ability in communication. There are two main characters of persons. They are extrovert and introvert. Both of these terms are in contradiction. They affect someone communication competence because of motivation and egoism between extroversion and introversion are difference. Basically, the learner’s personality can help the learner to get success in learning language. Moreover, by knowing the learner personality, the lectures and learner can choose the appropriate learning strategies for them. This study is aimed to give the description the experienced of EFL teachers related to the challenges and strategies in teaching learning process in speaking subject for introvert students.
Experienced Efl Teachers’ Challenges and Strategies in Teaching Speaking for Introvert Students. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283348458_Experienced_Efl_Teachers%27_Challenges_and_Strategies_in_Teaching_Speaking_for_Introvert_Students [accessed May 13, 2016].
2. PEOPLE: International Journal of Social Sciences
ISSN 2454-5899 M. Arif Rahman hakim et al.
Special Issue Vol. 2 Issue 1, pp. 1530-1539
THE USE OF GENRE-BASED APPROACH IN THE CONTEXT OF ENGLISH FOREIGN LANGUAGE CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AT ISLAMIC SCHOOLS IN INDONESIA
M. Arif Rahman Hakim State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) Bengkulu, Indonesia email@example.com
Riswanto State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) Bengkulu, Indonesia firstname.lastname@example.org
Lusi Rafiska University of Bengkulu, Indonesia
The genre-based approach has been known to characterize pedagogical practices during the implementation of the 2006 school-level curriculum. Despite its prevalent use and overwhelming support by school stakeholders, the efficacy of this approach was nonetheless questionable. This paper aims to revisit the 2006 School level curriculum, its plausibility and compatibility with individual contexts and its bearing on EFL practices. It also discusses the Genre-based approach in terms of its underlying paradigms, and possible variables and contextual factors which might have impinged on its implementation. Some research findings on the adoption of the approach in Southeast Asia context are also presented to provide insights into how the Genre-based approach could be efficiently adopted. This essay concludes with some ideas for the amendment to the 2006 school- level curriculum and how the genre-based approach might still be relevant in the context of teaching writing skills at tertiary education.
Keywords: Curriculum design, genre-based approach, L2 language acquisition
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Developing English Textbook for Fourth Grade Students in Elementary School. Available from:
DEVELOPING SUPPLEMENTARY SPEAKING MATERIALS FOR INTROVERT STUDENTS
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8. METAPHORICAL EXPRESSIONS IN THE BOOK NGAWUR KARENA BENAR BY SUJIWO TEJO: A PRAGMATIC APPROACH
This study concerns on metaphorical expressions in the book Ngawur Karena Benar written by Sujiwo Tejo and their nonliteral meaning. In finding the metaphorical expressions, researchers used the theory of metaphor. Otherwise, in analyzing the nonliteral meaning, it was used relevance approach. According to relevance theory, the process of interpreting a metaphorical expression comprises the following steps: decoding the linguistic input by arraying possible meanings of an utterance and drawing inferences by taking into account both the results of linguistic decoding. The problems are to answer: 1) what metaphorical expressions can be found in the book Ngawur Karena Benar by Sujiwo Tejo, 2) what are the meanings of the metaphorical expressions used in the book. This study applied qualitative research method by employing document analysis approach to get detailed data description from the object analysis. Results of this study revealed that the metaphorical expressions are used to deliver a complicated circumstance in revealing the real condition. In line with the finding, the nonliteral meaning of the metaphorical expression needs an intralinguistic that is the information we can receive by decoding the linguistic input while the extralinguistic factor is the assumptions taken from context by drawing inferences.