Noverita Wahyuningsih
Fakultas Humaniora dan Budaya, Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Malang. Jalan Gajayana No. 50 Telepon (0341) 551354, Faksimile (0341) 572533 Malang 65144

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LiNGUA: Jurnal Ilmu Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 1, No 1 (2006): LiNGUA
Publisher : Faculty of Humanities

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ling.v1i1.542


Up to the end of the twentieth century, Arabic and English have played an important role as the media for communication all over the world.  Both languages are significantly used in not only national but also global scopes. Millions of people in the world today use either passive or active Arabic and/or English in their daily lives. The question is,’ will the global community in the 21st century still put these international languages in a position as important as it is today?’  Trends in the use of languages in the world can be viewed from several different aspects, among which are the economic strength of a language and the demography of language  users. Although so far there has been no fixed agreement on the criteria of a language to be called as “the world language” yet, there is a tendency that by mid 21st  century there will be trends in the world’s language domination and hierarchy. The trends will also involve the global use of Arabic and English. The two languages are predicted to still have an essential position as the world’s major languages and therefore will be used globally.  The use of Arabic and English is strongly predicted to undergo a transition in a positive way. In addition to that, it is not impossible that by mid 21st century, there will be a tendency of bilingual education (using foreign languages in presenting non-linguistic school subjects) spreading in the world’s urban areas, including those areas in Indonesia.
TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD THE USE OF CLIL IN ESP CLASSES Wahyuningsih, Noverita; Widiati, Utami; Anugerahwati, Mirjam
Jurnal Pendidikan: Teori, Penelitian, dan Pengembangan Vol.1, No.9, September 2016
Publisher : Graduate School of Universitas Negeri Malang

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CLIL has now become an alternative approach that many ESP English teachers could use in their classes to keep up with the current approach in language teaching. Apparently, there is still a question on what kind of attitudes ESP teachers have on the use of CLIL for teaching ESP. The present study aims at reporting research findings on teachers’ attitudes toward the use of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach in the teaching of English for specific purposes (ESP), in terms of teaching material, teaching method, teaching media, and assessment.CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) kini telah menjadi pendekatan alternatif yang bisa digunakan oleh dosen ESP dalam kelas mereka untuk dapat mengikuti pendekatan terkini dalam pembelajaran bahasa Inggris. Selain itu, ternyata masih ada pertanyaan tentang bagaimana sikap dosen terhadap penggunaan CLIL untuk mengajar ESP. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melaporkan temuan penelitian mengenai sikap dosen terhadap penggunaan CLIL dalam pembelajaran bahasa Inggris untuk tujuan tertentu (ESP), terkait materi, metode, dan media pembelajaran, serta penilaian. 
E-Link Journal Vol 6, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Lamongan

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In the field of English teaching and learning, many English teachers see that teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is relatively very challenging and thus demands a great deal of creativity to manage classroom activities. This paper aims at describing the use of ILO-SIYB Business Game,  a business simulation, for improving students? speaking proficiency. This study employed classroom action research, which was administered to find out how the ILO-SIYB Business Game can help improving speaking proficiency of students in Economics Faculty of Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University of Malang, Indonesia. The result of the study showed that the use of ILO-SIYB Business Game could improve students? speaking proficiency, in terms of several aspects covering fluency, accuracy, and enjoyment in class. Therefore, the game is recommended to be used in ESP classes, especially to students of Economics Faculty. Key words: ILO-SIYB business game, Speaking proficiency, Economic faculty