Akmal Walad Ahkas, Akmal Walad
State Islamic University of North Sumatra

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Influence of Social Simulation Learning Strategy in Improving Social Intelligence and Talking Children in Raudhatul Athfal Jamiyatushalihin Medan Anisah, Anisah; Khadijah, Khadijah; Ahkas, Akmal Walad
Budapest International Research and Critics in Linguistics and Education (BirLE) Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Budapest International Research and Critics in Linguistics and Education, May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birle.v3i2.1027

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This study aims to uncover and explain and know: (1) the effect of social simulation learning strategies on children's social intelligence in Raudhatul Athfal Jamiyatushalihin Medan, (2) the effect of social simulation learning strategies on children's speaking in Raudhatul Athfal Jamiyatushalihin Medan, and (3) the influence of social simulation learning strategies on social intelligence and children's talking together at Raudhatul Athfal Jamiyatushalihin Medan. The research method used is quantitative with an experimental approach. The research sample consisted of two classes each one experimental class and one control class. The instrument used in the study was observation and documentation. The analysis technique used is analysis of variance The research findings show: (1) the influence of social simulation learning strategies on children's social intelligence in Raudhatul Athfal Jamiyatushalihin Medan, (2) there is an influence of social simulation learning strategies on children's speaking in Raudhatul Athfal Jamiyatushalihin Medan, and (3) there is an influence on simulation learning strategies social towards social intelligence and talking to children together in Raudhatul Athfal Jamiyatushalihin Medan.
Extracurricular Implementation of Islamic Education in Character Building Students in MTs EX PGA UNIVA Medan Siregar, Siti Fatimah; Mardianto, Mardianto; Ahkas, Akmal Walad
Budapest International Research and Critics in Linguistics and Education (BirLE) Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Budapest International Research and Critics in Linguistics and Education, May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birle.v3i2.1013

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Education in Indonesia in the last decade has reaped many problems including the weak character of the young generation where the success of a nation can be seen from the character of the younger generation. Seeing these problems, there needs to be some breakthroughs, one of which can be done through character inculcation that is applied in schools through classroom learning and other activities such as extracurricular activities. This research method is qualitative with the type of descriptive research, namely the type of research that examines data that can describe complex and concrete social realities. This study uses data collection techniques such as observation, interviews, library methods and the use of documentation. The analysis in this study uses interactive data analysis from Lexy Moleong with the pre-field stage, the implementation stage, the data analysis stage, the conclusion stage and the reporting stage. The results showed that: (1) the implementation of extracurricular Islamic Religious Education in MTs EX PGA UNIVA Medan there were 13 extracurricular Islamic Religious Education. (2) extracurricular activities in MTs EX PGA UNIVA Medan are essentially many activities. However, in this discussion, only PAI extracurricular activities were taken which presumably had a stake in the formation of student character, for example the types of PAI extracurricular activities namely introduction of the holy book, worship, social activities, habituation of noble character and the inculcation of religious historical values. Through this activity students can learn to develop communication skills, collaborate with others, discipline and other characters.
Implementation of Punishment in Improving the Process of Learning the Morals at MIS Ar Ridha Medan Siregar, Nur Aisyah; Mardianto, Mardianto; Ahkas, Akmal Walad
Budapest International Research and Critics in Linguistics and Education (BirLE) Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Budapest International Research and Critics in Linguistics and Education, May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birle.v3i2.1011

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This study aims to determine that teachers do not provide punishment to children. Punishment that is not given to children is physical punishment. When students make mistakes, the teacher gives a warning and advice to students, but students do not care about it. Then the students repeat their mistakes again, so the teacher is silent and doesn't care about the student in the class. The teacher is only focused on students who want to learn and ignore students who do not want to learn. The research method used is a qualitative research method, using the phenomology approach. The results of the teacher's perception of punishment to make students not make mistakes again and to provide understanding to students that he was guilty. and the implementation of punishment in the learning process that is planned based on a decree that has been determined by the school, namely the principal and agreed by the teacher and students.