Umi Rokhyati
Ahmad Dahlan University

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Student Teachers’ Perceptions of English Lecturers’ Competences Rokhyati, Umi
Ahmad Dahlan Journal of English Studies Vol 2, No 3 (2015): March
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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AbstractIt is important to know the competence of lecturers because competent lecturers are needed to produce competent graduates. Students are good informant to know the lecturers’ competence because they intensively interact in the classroom. This research is to know the students’ perception of the lecturers’ competence focusing on the level of competence and the strengths and weaknesses of the competence. The result shows that students perceived positively on the pedagogical, personal, and professional competence of the lecturers.
Multiliteracies in a Writing Class Rokhyati, Umi
ETERNAL (English Teaching Journal) Vol 7, No 2 (2016): August
Publisher : Universitas PGRI Semarang

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Multiliteracies in language teaching can make the process of teaching language easier, more interesting and better.  This can include the use of technology in the classroom.  To apply multiliteracies in the classroom both students and teachers must be multiliterate.In writing class, multiliteracies can be applied by using computer and internet in the teaching and learning process. It can be applied in three steps: preparation, implementation, and evaluation. In preparation step the teacher can find sources of teaching material from textbooks and browsing in the internet. Then, he/she can use power points when presenting the teaching material, giving exercises and task. In the last step, evaluation, the teacher gives an assignment and the students should submit their work via email to the teacher. The teacher then gives some feedback using computer (comment bar) and send it back to the students. The students must revise the work based on the teacher’s feedback and send again to the teacher. This way of teaching is more interesting for the students, more efficient and therefore can give better result in learning.Key words: multiliteracies, writing
Proceedings of ISELT FBS Universitas Negeri Padang Vol 3 (2015): Proceedings of 3nd International Seminar on English Language Teaching (ISELT)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

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MOOC, Massive Open Online Courses, is a new trend in teaching and learning English. It is actually an e learning. The teaching is conducted through internet access. Therefore, the teachers and leamers must have access to internet so that MOOC can be implemented. Learning through a MOOC can be very interesting since learners can meet lots of friends to share ideas, to give and get feedback, to learn from others, and to make a reflection too. A MOOC can also encourage learners to be autonomous. What about teaching through a MOOC? Based on the experience in joining a MOOC, it can be concluded that the program must be very well prepared. The very well preparation includes the material for the course and also for the IT. There must be collaboration betrveen creative English teachers and IT experts to design teaching and learning activity through a MOOC. Is it possible to teach English to our students through a MOOC? This paper tries to describe what, how, and why a MOOC is. lt will be continued by analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of using a MOOC in teaching English. The result hopefully can answer the question written as a title of this paper.