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Mutakhirani Mustafa -
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 152-161; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1387

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Magdalena Kartika Sari Tandy Rerung, Junita Hartono
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 129-140; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1385

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Herman Herman, Theresia Aprina Rajagukguk, Partohap Saut Raja Sihombing
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 95-114; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1363

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Dawi Yanti
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 182-192; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1366

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Dhanan Abimanto
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 173-181; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1391

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Heri Syahrizal Maron
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 162-172; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1389

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Herman Herman, Enji Putri Ivantara, David Berthony Manalu
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 82-94; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1361

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Neni Nurkhamidah
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 141-151; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1386

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Dio Aditya
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 115-128; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1368

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ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 12-18; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i1.1311

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This research was intended to find out kinds of students difficulties in translating narrative text from English into Indonesia of SMP Negeri 9 Pematangsiantar. Therefore, the researcher formulated a question as the problem. As follows: “What are the students difficulties in translating narrative text from English into Indonesia of SMP Negeri 9 Pematangsiantar?” The researcher was used qualitative design. To answer the problem, the researcher used grade eight students of SMP Negeri 9 Pematangsiantar as the population and used 31 students as the sample, they were VIII-1. The instrument of the research of this research was narrative text. The data were collected by using record video of mobile phone then to be analyzed the result of students’ translation and correction. The research finding showed that students were difficulties in translating narrative text from English into Indonesia. The highest number of students’ difficulty is tense (32%). The second most difficulties faced by students is sentence (25,4%). The third difficulty is phrase (16,6%). The fourth is clause (15,4%). The fifth difficulty is attribute (8,2%). And the last is indefinite article (2,4%). It can be conclude that students have difficulties in translating narrative text from English into Indonesia is tense, not sentence, phrase, clause, attribute, and article indefinite.
Hadirotun - Nikmah
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 60-70; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i1.277

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This paper aim to review some theories and previous studies on the application of game-based learning platform to improve students’ engagement in learning English. Learning English is crucial and is not negotiable in an Industry 4.0 era to communicate and to collaborate globally. In fact, not a few students find it difficult and lack of enthusiasm in learning English. One of the major problems is the teaching method which is less interesting and tends to be boring. Therefore, one of the solutions to resolve this problem is through the implementation of gamification. One of the most well-known employed gamification tools is Kahoot. Kahoot is one of the most used application to impove students’ engagement in learning English. Kahoot is a free game-based learning platform that can be used by teachers and students. Hence, this paper will describe at first the challenges in teaching English language in digital era. Further, it discusses the theory of gamification in education, advantages of gamification, the description of Kahoot, advantages of using Kahoot and how to apply Kahoot in English classroom. Some previous research highlighting the effect of using Kahoot on the students’ engagement in learning English is the main point covered next. The last part of this paper will present conclusion and pedagogical implication as a closing note. Keywords : gamification, Kahoot, students’ engagement
Julianur Julianur, Januar Abdilah Santoso, Jeane Betty Kurnia Jusuf, Andri Tria Raharja, Nanda Alfian Mahardhika
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 42-59; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i1.278

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Faradilla Fatich Narulita Mahendra
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 1-11; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i1.272

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Dina Purnama Sari
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 34-41; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i1.280

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Brown, John Seely. (2005). New Learning Environments for the 21st Century*retrieved from http://www.johnseelybrown.com/newlearning.pdf Delors, Jacques. (2013). The treasure within: Learning to know, learning to do, learning to live together and learning to be. What is the value of that treasure 15 years after its publication? Int Rev Educ 59:319–330. retrieved from http://www.oosci-mena.org/uploads/1/wysiwyg/Delors_article_review_of_education_2013.pdf Karinov. (2019). Revolusi Industri Ala Jepang: Hjuman-Centered Society. Retrieved From https://Karinov.Co.Id/Revolusi-Industri-5-Jepang/ Malik, Ranbir Singh. (2018). Educational Challenges In 21st Century And Sustainable Development. Journal of Sustainable Development Education and Research. JSDER Vol. 2, No.1. 9-20. retrieved from File:///C:/Users/User.User-PC.000/Downloads/12266-25620-1-SM.Pdf Marcellino, M. (2008). English Language Teaching In Indonesia: A Continuous Challenge In Education And Cultural Diversity. TEFLIN Journal, Volume 19, Number 1, February. 57 – 69. retrieved from http://journal.teflin.org/index.php/journal/article/viewFile/99/93 Niara, Kita. (2016). Bahasa Inggris untuk Bisnis 01 - Bagaimana Memperkenalkan Staf Perusahaan. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz3qXl6nro4 Niara, Kita. (2016). Bahasa Inggris untuk Bisnis 02 - Memperkenalkan Tim/Staf Perusahaan Bag. 2. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qBq7CJc_z0 Singh, Raja Roy. (1991). Education for The Twenty First Century: Asia-Pasific Perspective. Bangkok: UNESCO. retrieved from http://www.unesco.org/education/pdf/15_15.pdf
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 71-81; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i1.268

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This paper comes up to discuss the theories and previous studies about using Edmodo in writing class. Using social network system in the Industrial era 4.0 helps teaching and learning activities become more effective because students can learn in and outside the class. Thus, it is helpful especially in writing class which require long learning time to use this kind of application. Therefore, utilizing an online applications in writing class can help students to improve their writing skill and to make learning time more efficient. One of online applications that is widely used in writing is Edmodo. Generally, this paper then will discuss about explanation of writing processes, problems in writing, explanation about learning media, description of online application, description of Edmodo,benefits of Edmodo, and how to apply Edmodo in writing course. Some previous research highlighting the effect of Edmodo on student’s writing skill is the next discussion. This paper finally gives conclusion and pedagogical implication as the closing. Keywords: writing class, online application, Edmodo
Simon Petrus Kita Ngatu
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 2, pp 19-33; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i1.533

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Dzul Rachman, Aniq Hudiyah Bil Haq, Rio Arif Pratama, Bayu Prasetyo
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 142-150; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.252

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Marisca Revani Putri
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 88-99; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.217

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Dawi Yanti
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 119-130; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.238

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Hepnyi Samosir
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 100-109; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.230

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Nanda Alfian Mahardhika, Yulia Tri Kusumawati, Jeane Betty Kurnia Jusuf, Januar Abdilah Santoso, Andri Tria Raharja, Julianur Julianur
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 72-77; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.191

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Sukardi Sukardi
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 165-172; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.308

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Elin Driana, Ernawati Ernawati
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 110-118; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.233

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Muhammad Sukron Fauzi
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 131-141; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.249

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Muhammad Abduh Almanar
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 78-87; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.212

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Watini Watini
ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education, Volume 1, pp 151-164; doi:10.30650/ajte.v1i2.307

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