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Sesmiyanti Sesmiyanti, Melyann Melani
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 117-130; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.2155

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This research was conducted because HOTS is a significant factor in achieving the learning process in accordance with the 2013 curriculum, HOTS is a solution that students become active and participatory in the learning process, teachers not only explain learning in front of the class, but students must be more active to describe the problems that were found during learning, therefore, the researcher wanted to investigate how the HOTS process was implemented in teaching English at X grade of MTI Pasia in the 2019/2020 school year. The purpose of this research to know how the English teacher at X grade of MTI Pasia apply HOTS in Teaching english process, especially in developing productive and receptive skills according to the level of critical thinking.This type of this research was a qualitative descriptive study, the instruments of this study were documentation (document analysis) and observation sheets to collected the data. The subjects in this study was X grade English teachers at MTI Pasia in the 2019/2020 academic year. The results of this study obtained from the document analysis and observation sheets found that, the English teacher at X gradeof MTI pasia did not apply HOTS in teaching English and learning process. The English teacher only applied HOTS to the learning design, it was not apply to the process in learning, this happened not because it was caused by online learning due to COVID 19 pandemic, but it was happened because the teacher did not encourage learning to be effective during thepandemic, the teacher should still be able to improved the learning process using technological advances,even though it was still a long of perfection than face-to-face learning.
Septi Gumiandari
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 86-94; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.2138

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Introducing English from an early age should be supported by adequate media and infrastructure. Learning should be arranged in such a way as to give birth to learning activities that are important and fun. Therefore, it requires perfect and efficient teaching methods. Research on "Introducing English to early childhood through singing with the TPR method" aims to introduce English by singing to early childhood at al-Hidayah Kindergarten, Greged District, Cirebon. The method used is a descriptive analysis of activities carried out by fostering the ability to recognize English in early childhood. The process is carried out using several methods such as singing while playing and singing, with movements using learning media. The conclusion is that by using the singing and playing method, early childhood children can easily recognize the vocabulary, and can accidentally add to the vocabulary of the child.
Nawawi Nawawi, Sukardi Sukardi, Isra' Indar Handayani
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 95-103; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.2139

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This study aims to see an overview of the adaptations that students have made to learning during the Covid-19 pandemic in biology subjects at Ponorogo 1 Public High School. The research method used is a descriptive quantitative method with data collection carried out through online questionnaires using the google formula to 361 students of Ponorogo 1 Public High School from Class X, XI, and XII MIPA related to the implementation of biology learning. Based on online questionnaires, 67.31% of respondents had difficulty understanding the learning material because they did not meet directly with the teacher so that 50.14% of respondents tried to always come on time to participate in online learning. The application that mostly like by 68.70% of respondents is google classroom. While 93.91% of respondents can apply independent learning, and 77.56% of respondents feel happy with online learning.
Hendi Hidayat
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 54-73; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.2136

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The research is about to find out the students’ motivation through the authentic materials in experimental class and using textbook in control class, and to find out the significant result of students’ motivation between control and experimental class at the tenth grade of SMA Negeri 1 Sumber. The research method is quantitatif research with quasi experimental research design. The population of the research is all of MIPA students at the tenth grade and the sample are students of X MIPA 7 and X MIPA 8 that consist of 72 students. The techniques of collecting data are questionnaire and observation. Therefore, the research findings showed that students’ response in experimental class has a very good result after the treatment with the mean 86.42 from 69.18 and the Paired Sample T-test score is 0.00 means that there is a significant result after the treatment. However, students’ response in control class is not really showed the good result because it decreased from 69.76 to 68.87 with the Paired Sample T-test 0.429 means that there is no significant result after the treatment. In addition, the hypothesis test using Analysis of Covariances (ANCOVA) was pointed out that the significant was 0.00 means lower than 0.05. It is indicated that Ha is accepted, namely there is a significant result of students’ motivation from the use of authentic materials for reading comprehension.
Almizan Almizan, Didin Nuruddin Hidayat, Alek Alek
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 104-108; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.2146

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The background of this research comes from the viral post of Mang Oleh’s homemade named Odading cake. Well-known uniquely reviewed by a man named Ade Londok. The controversial diction that is used by Ade Londok is very interesting, unusual, and of course, amusing. His entertaining figure with his unusual review style made this man from the city of Bandung go viral. Previously, it was well-known that Ade Londok was promoting a typical Bandung home made cake called Odading in an amusing manner. He promoted Odading with his mixed accents, between Sundanese and Indonesian. He also slips in a tickling rhyme so that it makes his figure interesting to be viral. The approach used in this research is critical discourse analysis that used a video of Ade Londok and the script of his speech as the source to collect the data. The findings show that the content used Abstract word, Special word, Popular word, and Jargon. It can be concluded as in its original, primary meaning, refers to writers’ or speakers’ distinctive vocabulary choices and style of expression.
Fitria Muji Pratawati, Nur Farah Ukhrowiyah, Mutiatun Nasihah
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 131-145; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.2156

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This study is intended to find out the strategies used to assess the students and some challenges faced by lecturers in ESP classes at UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang. The researchers were interested in finding the types of assessment and how lecturers conduct assessment during pandemic era. An exploratory sequential mixed methods design was used in this study to answer the research questions. Both quantitative and qualitative design were used to deepen the data. The subjects in this research were English lecturers who taught ESP classes in several majors at UIN Maliki Malang. The results from data collection revealed that the assessment which employed by lecturers was fit with the characteristics of students. The differences of assessment were caused by the students’ dissimilar characteristics and their background. Finally, this study addressed suggestions for English lecturers, stakeholder and future researchers regarding the assessment to run in online class. Assessment must be created and developed well for the students before they join the lesson and the lecturer has to use several strategies to handle in case if one of the assessment tools does not work.
Dedy Panggabean
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 74-85; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.2137

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Andemic times make students feel stressed during home learning. They admit that they are stressed and confused to do various activities that support their productivity. The pressure they experience during this home based learning results in their passivity when learning. This is the background of this research. The data collected proved that students experienced stress during home learning process. The results found that 90.67% of students were bored, 81.67% of students were not productive and often complained. This study aims to find the best solution in dealing with student stress during the home learning period. The research finally found that the games method was very suitable for the students' current conditions, because 89.33% of students are very happy with this method. This research uses questionnaire sheets, observation sheets, and interview sheets in the data collection process. The data that has been collected is processed using descriptive statistical data collection techniques. This research was conducted at the Lentera Harapan Tomohon School, North Sulawesi. This research was conducted for two weeks from November 02, 2020 – November 13, 2020. The subjects of this study were 90 grade VIII students. This research finally succeeded in finding a method that was suitable for the current situation. Keywords: Stressed, Home Learning, Games
Fauzul Hayat
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 44-53; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.2135

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This study aims to determine the effect of education using video animation on an elementary school in handwashing technique. The sample in this study was elementary school students class VI Cigabus Serang, Banten. The instrument used in data collection is a validated test instrument. This study uses a quantitative approach with a quasi experimental single group pretest posttest design.The results of the study showed that the pretest revealed knowledge (26,7%) and excellent hand washing skills (8,3%), and in posttest revealed knowledge (70%) and excellent hand washing skills (73,3%). Handwashing health education using video animation was effective to increase the knowledge and skills of school children regarding the proper technique of handwashing in elementary school (p = 0.000) at a significant level α = 0.05. Education using video animation affects handwashing behavior among elementary school students. Keywords: Video animation, Elementary school, Handwashing technique.
Ni Luh Made Juli Candra Ningsih, Ni Nyoman Padmadewi, Luh Gd Rahayu Budiarta
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 1-6; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.1402

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For preparing the Indonesian students that mastering the 21st century skills, the teachers as the intermediary of the students and the government should be ready to implement each. Meanwhile, from the teachers' readiness, there might be differences between their perception and observed reality. For this reason, the study was to investigate the discrepancy between perceived and observed reality on the implementation of the 21st century skills by the English teachers at primary school. This study is needed to conduct to get real information about the teachers' readiness for implementing 21st century skills. This research had arranged in the Primary School of Tabanan regency during the English teaching and learning. Six English teachers used as the subject related to their perception and reality of the implementation of 21st century skills. A mix-method design used to collect the data with the quantitative way for teachers perceived and descriptively for observed reality. The questionnaire, observation checklist, document, and interview guide were the method for data collection. The result showed that there was a discrepancy between the teachers’ perceived and observed reality about the implementation of 21st century skills at primary school. The discrepancy was the teachers do not ready to implement the 21st century skills, but they perceived the opposed. Keywords: Discrepancy, 21st Century Skills, Teaching English, Primary School
Mashari Mashari, Adi S
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 27-33; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.1409

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This research is based on physical education learning outcomes that are still low. The research aims to improve learning outcomes of badminton. The subjects of this study were students of class XI IPS SMAN 4 Bojonegoro. The number of samples in this study were 36 students. This study uses classroom action research with two cycles with a multimedia technology approach. Based on the results of the study before the action the average student score of 40 (not good); in the first cycle learning outcomes an average of 60 (enough); and in cycle II the average value is 80.45 (good) and classical completeness is 36 students or 100%. The use of multimedia technology has succeeded in increasing physical education learning outcomes. The latest multimedia facilities can answer problems that arise in learning. The effectiveness of multimedia learning can be seen from its tendency to attract the attention and interests of students because it combines views, sound and movement. So that learning takes place interesting and easy to remember by students.
Ketut Sujana, Luh Putu Artini, Ni Nyoman Padmadewi
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 34-43; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.1410

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This study was aimed to investigate the discrepancy that occurred between the teachers’ perception and the observed implementation in teaching creativity in the classroom. Embedded mixed method QUAL (quan) was used as the design of the study. The data corpus comprises primary and supportive data, in which the first refers to qualitative data and the later were the supportive data. SMA Negeri 1 Melaya was selected as the research setting and two English teachers were selected as the research subject. The questionnaires and in-depth interview were used as the instrument to collect the data. The data from the questionnaires were analysed quantitatively and qualitatively. Then, data reduction was used to analyse the data from in-depth interview. The result demonstrates that the discrepancy occur between teachers’ perception and the observed implementation in the classroom. The teachers perceive themselves as creative, however the observational set data indicate that their teaching mostly focus on using conventional media, deductive learning, teacher centre technique, monotonous teaching activity, using same media in every meeting, rarely conducting innovative activity and integrating the contextual problem as learning material in the class. Their teaching also mainly focused on offline learning and printed media. In addition, they were also hardly found to show effort to redesign old media to be unique and creating attractive activities in the class.
Muhammad Ridha Rachman, Maria Sugiat
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 109-116; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.2154

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In Bandung district many Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are not familiar with entrepreneurship education due to limited access to it. Meanwhile, the potential of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) is enormous, especially in the culinary field. In fact, Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) can contribute as much as 57.8% of Indonesia's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) revenue. Of course, this phenomenon will affect the business activities of business actors, one of which is the difficulty in developing marketing in their business. This study aims to determine how the influence of entrepreneurship education on marketing development in the culinary for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) of Bandung District. Data were taken using quantitative methods through a preliminary survey of 50 respondents of culinary Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Bandung District. The results show that there is a positive and significant influence of entrepreneurship education on the development of the culinary Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) market in Bandung District. The facts prove that all respondents studied relied on self-taught methods to learn business, without any special education about entrepreneurship given. Therefore, this phenomenon results in the difficulty of marketing development carried out by culinary Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Bandung District due to the absence of entrepreneurial education obtained by culinary Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Bandung District.
Naheria Naheria, Baso Amiruddin, Muh. Ramli Buhari
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 3, pp 17-26; doi:10.30650/ajte.v3i1.1406

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This study aims to improve the learning outcomes of passing and dribbling basketball in Samarinda State Vocational School 17 students in 2019/2020 academic year using a cooperative group type investigation model. This research was conducted in two cycle, which consists of four stages namely planning, implementing, observing and reflecting actions for each cycle. The research subjects were students of pharmacy class XI-1 of SMK Negeri 17 Samarinda in the 2019/2020 school year, totaling 32 students, 5 students and 27 students. Data sources of this research are students and teachers. Data collection techniques used in this study were to test skills, knowledge and also observation of student behavior as an assessment of aspects of attitude. Data analysis uses descriptive analysis techniques that are based on qualitative and quantitative analysis. The results of the study show that using a cooperative group type cooperative model can improve learning outcomes of basketball passing and dribbling in students from pre-cycle to cycle one from cycle one to cycle two. From the analysis of data obtained from the results of cycle one an increase in the results of learning to pass and dribble basketball is complete that is 43.75% or 14 students who complete. While the second cycle increases the learning outcomes of basic techniques of passing and dribbling basketball by 100% or 32 students who are complete. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that using the cooperative learning model type of investigation is appropriate in basketball learning especially the basic techniques of passing and dribbling.
Dhanan Abimanto
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 2, pp 173-181; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1391

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Heri Syahrizal Maron
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and 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 and Education, Volume 2, pp 82-94; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1361

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

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

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Mutakhirani Mustafa -
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and 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 and 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 and Education, Volume 2, pp 95-114; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1363

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

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

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Dina Purnama Sari
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and 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 and 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 and Education, Volume 2, pp 19-33; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i1.533

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Julianur Julianur, Januar Abdilah Santoso, Jeane Betty Kurnia Jusuf, Andri Tria Raharja, Nanda Alfian Mahardhika
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education, Volume 2, pp 42-59; doi:10.30650/ajte.v2i1.278

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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