Mirjam Anugerahwati
The English Department, State University of Malang

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PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF ENGLISH TEACHERS IN INDONESIA: A PROFILE OF EXEMPLARY TEACHERS Anugerahwati, Mirjam; Saukah, Ali
Indonesian JELT Vol 6, No 2 (2010): Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching Vol. 6 no. 2 October 2010
Publisher : Indonesian JELT

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This study was conducted to find out the profile of exemplary English teachers at secondary schools. Data were collected through observations, interviews, and questionnaires. The study was conducted in four towns, covering exemplary teachers in one senior high school and three junior high schools. The subjects were exemplary in terms of their active participation in the Teachers Forum (MGMP), and their roles in the professional development of both themselves and their colleagues. This study was done mainly to find out (1) the professional competences of the exemplary teachers in each town and (2) how they achieve the competences. The collected data were analyzed qualitatively by the usual process of sorting, coding, and analyzing. The findings reveal that the subjects in three of the four towns have all the four competences (subject matter, pedagogical, social and personal competences), with the personal competence being the most influential in shaping them as professional and exemplary teachers.  From the findings a profile of the professional competences of the exemplary English teachers at secondary schools is developed. Keywords:      professional competence, exemplary teacher, profile. 
UNCOVERING RESISTANCE TO ICT USE IN LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION Kamilah, Nur; Anugerahwati, Mirjam; Tresnadewi, Sintha
Jurnal Pendidikan: Teori, Penelitian, dan Pengembangan Vol.1, No.4, April 2016
Publisher : Graduate School of Universitas Negeri Malang

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This article reports a case study that explored a teacher of a high school in Situbondo who is resistant to ICT integration in language instruction. The study started from the concern of a teacher who chose to resist ICT despite the importance and potentials of it in improving learner’s language skill. The study found that the variable of age has influenced other variables like the motivation to learn and the capability to operate ICT for teaching which lead to the preference of resisting and thus he keeps using the conventional teaching method. This variable is not thought to be the only influence to the resistance because it was further found that the teacher’s failure to fulfill the demand of his profession becomes more contributing to it. Therefore, it is suggested that English teachers are aware of the demands of their profession in order to stay on the track of professional teachers.Penelitian ini memaparkan hasil studi kasus terhadap seorang guru bahasa Inggris SMA di Situbondo yang resistan untuk menggunakan TIK di kelas. Berawal dari keprihatinan terhadap guru yang memilih untuk abai terhadap penggunaan TIK, terlepas dari penting dan berpotensinya TIK tersebut dalam meningkatkan keterampilan berbahasa siswa. Ditemukan bahwa variabel usia yang lanjut menjadi penyebab munculnya variabel lain seperti kurangnya motivasi belajar TIK dan rendahnya kemampuan menggunakannya yang berujung pada pilihannya untuk tidak menggunakan TIK di kelas sehingga tetap menggunakan metode mengajar konvensional. Variabel usia tersebut ternyata bukanlah pemicu utama sikap resistan tersebut, melainkan lemahnya kemampuan guru dalam memahami dan memenuhi tuntutan profesinya sebagai guru bahasa Inggris. Oleh karenanya, saran penelitian ditujukan pada guru agar lebih siap terhadap tuntutan dan tantangan lain dalam profesinya sehingga menjadi guru profesional.
Are The Graduate Students of English Language Teaching Program Ready To Teach The Undergraduates? Anugerahwati, Mirjam
Proceeding of International Conference on Teacher Training and Education Vol 1, No 1 (2016): Proceeding of International Conference on Teacher Training and Education
Publisher : Sebelas Maret University

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According to the curriculum of the Graduate Program, Universitas Negeri Malang, the graduate (S2) students of the English Language Teaching program have to take teaching practicum in their third semester, where they have to teach the undergraduate students. In the past, they could choose and apply for the subjects that they wanted to teach, either skill or content courses. Since the academic year 2012, however, the practice has changed. The students no longer have to teach at the undergraduate program; instead they only have to do Peer Teaching with their classmates. In the past, graduate students were mostly teachers or lecturers of English; while currently they enrol at the Graduate Program straight after graduating from their undergraduate (S1) degree. Some of them are teachers of private courses, some are junior lecturers with 1-5 years’ experience, while the rest are fresh graduates who have nevertaught. Questions then arise: are these students ready to teach the undergraduates? What difficulties do they have in the teaching practicum? What do they hope to get from the course? This paper presents the results of my mini research concerning the readiness of the students to do the teaching practicum, and their hopes and expectations regarding the conduct of the Teaching Practicum Course. Data were taken from observations and questionnaire to 35 students from two classes of the 2014 cohort. Most of them stated that they still needed further lessons, especially in Classroom management and  materials selection to equip them. This is in line with the writer’s observations which show that many of their practicum are still teacher-centered, and there is some apparent difficulty in time management. Some suggestions on improving the curriculum for the graduate program are provided.
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. 
PROJECT-BASED LEARNING: ENHANCING EFL STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL THROUGH VLOG Nugroho, Wienda Febriyanti; Anugerahwati, Mirjam
Jurnal Pendidikan: Teori, Penelitian, dan Pengembangan Vol 4, No 8: AGUSTUS 2019
Publisher : Graduate School of Universitas Negeri Malang

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Abstract: The purpose of this classroom action research is to enhance the students? speaking skill using Project-Based Learning through Vlog and looking at their speaking performance in the teaching learning process using PBL through Vlog. Eleven students of vocational students in Indonesia were taken as research subject exposed to the treatment of PBL through Vlog in one cycle. The result of this study showed that after the students were taught by using PBL through Vlog, the eleven students successfully met the criteria of success. The use of PBL through Vlog enhanced the students? fluency, grammatical accuracy, pronunciation, vocabulary, and content.Abstrak: Tujuan dari penelitian tindakan kelas ini adalah keterampilan berbicara menggunakan Project-Based Learning melalui pembelajaran dan proses belajar mengajar menggunakan PBL melalui Vlogs. Sebelas siswa siswa kejuruan di Indonesia diambil sebagai subjek penelitian untuk pengobatan PBL melalui Vlog dalam satu siklus. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa siswa terpenuhi oleh kriteria kesuksesan. Penggunaan PBL melalui Vlog meningkatkan kelancaran siswa, akurasi tata bahasa, pengucapan, kosa kata, dan konten.