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ISSN / EISSN : 1907-3224 / 2527-9998
Published by: Universitas Hamzanwadi (10.29408)
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Hizbul Wathoni, Ari Safar Wadi, Hanofi Harianto, Ab.Aziz Bin Sulaiman, Selamet Riadi Jaelani
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 145-155; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.4472

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This study aimed to describe the causes of students' demotivation in using English for daily communication and find its solutions. The present researcher used the descriptive qualitative method. It was conducted on EFL Learners. There were 15 students to be participants in this study. The data were collected by observing, interviewing, and giving questionnaires to participants about English usage in their Islamic boarding schools. The participants' answers and the video of their daily communication were analyzed by interpreting the handy camera and checking the result of interpretation to the result of questioner and interview. Second, the present researcher compared the result of the handy camera, questioner, and interview to the existing theory to determine the causes of students' demotivation in using English as daily communication and its solution. The result analysis showed that the cause of students' demotivation is their lack of ability to use English, especially in mastering vocabulary and its pronunciation. Other factors were learning contents and materials, teachers, and failure experience. In addition, they prefer to use Arabic because Arabic has been rooted as daily communication in that Islamic boarding school. In comparison, the solution for that problem is that the teachers should pay considerable attention to the students' English ability, especially mastering and pronouncing vocabulary. Also, the teachers are suggested to pay more attention to teaching methods and their behavior to increase students' motivation and interest in second language learning. In addition, the teachers should explicitly make a regulation to divide a period for the student to speak English and Arabic.
Felixtian Teknowijoyo
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 173-184; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.4492

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This research aims to analyze the industrial revolution 4.0 and 5.0 and its relevance to education in Indonesia. Research methods using literature studies that review or critically review the knowledge, ideas, or findings contained in journals, books, and other scientific works The results of research show that the presence of the industrial revolution 4.0 and 5.0 contributed significantly to Indonesian education. One of them is the existence of technology-based learning innovations that make it easier for students to learn without knowing space, time, and place. Industry 4.0 is technology-driven, society 5.0, however, is value-driven. The former requires the latter to remind society's essential needs, values, and responsibilities as the primary target; The latter requires the former for a technological push and solution. Therefore, the development of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 and 5.0 is expected to bring progress to the development of education, especially in Indonesia, by creating change and preparing superior and innovative graduates with skills that have been prepared in advance.
Hanofi Harianto, Hizbul Wathoni, Ridwan Ridwan, Selamet Riadi Jaelani
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 139-144; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.4471

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This research aims to know the significant effect of RPT (Repetitive-Practice Technique) in teaching speaking at the tenth-grade students of SMA Al-Hasaniyah NW Jenggik in 2016-2017. This research was designed as pre-experimental with pretest and posttest design. The study population was 27 and 27 as the sample in X chosen by purposive random sampling it means the sample was taken purposively because the sample is representative. Speaking tests and analytical scoring rubric were used to collect the data. Then the data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and paired sample t-test to test the hypothesis, and it was performed by SPSS 22 for windows. The descriptive statistics analysis showed that RPT (Repetitive-Practice Technique) was effective in teaching speaking ability. It was proven by improving students' scores from 40.89 in Pre-Test and 58.96 in Post-Test. While the result of hypothesis testing using paired sample t-test at significance (2-tailed) value level was .000, it was lower than .05. RPT (Repetitive-Practice Technique) is significantly effective in teaching speaking ability. It was suggested that speaking in RPT (Repetitive-Practice Technique) is suitable for teaching speaking.
Wildan Wildan
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 108-120; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.4091

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This study aims to determine the role of technology in improving the quality of language teaching at SMAN 1 Jaanapria. This type of research is quantitative and qualitative research. The research method used combines qualitative and quantitative methods (mix methods). The data obtained from this study were from interviews and observations and data obtained from questionnaires/questionnaires. There are two elements studied in the data analysis: the element of student learning motivation and the element of the role of technology in language learning. From the discussion, it can be concluded that the student's learning motivation in class averages 65.5%, meaning that students at SMAN 1 Janapria on average often pay attention to teachers in class. Besides that, students also desire to solve problems and discuss them with others. Other students for the learning process. While the role of language learning technology is an average of 56.3%, meaning that students and educators, especially teachers, sometimes use technology in the language learning process. Students think technology is needed to support the language teaching and learning process in the classroom.
Rudini Rudini, Terengganu Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Hanofi Harianto, Ridwan Ridwan, Zulfa Azizaturrohmi, Selamet Riadi Jaelani
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 156-161; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.4473

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The research aimed at finding out the use of a diary in improving the writing ability of the English students of Hamzanwadi University. The problems formulated in this research were (1) Is the use of diary effective in teaching writing for the English students of Hamzanwadi University? (2) How effective is using a diary in teaching writing for the English students of Hamzanwadi University? The research design of this study was one group pretest and posttest. The population of this research was the second-semester students of Hamzanwadi University, which consisted of 105 students in 4 classes. The present researcher took class D as the sample that consisted of 20 students. The present researcher generated a simple random sampling by obtaining an exhaustive list of a population and then randomly selecting a certain number of individuals to comprise the sample. A pretest and a posttest were given to the students to collect the data. The result of the data analysis indicated that the mean score of the pretest was 34.86 while in the posttest was 48.00. In testing the hypothesis, the result of the t-test was -9.706. The null hypothesis was rejected, and the alternative hypothesis was accepted. So, it can be said that using a diary was significantly effective in teaching writing.
Ridwan Ridwan, Terengganu Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Hizbul Wathoni, Hanofi Harianto, Selamet Riadi Jaelani
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 162-172; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.4474

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This research aimed to investigate the Sasak language maintenance and shift of Sasak people in Surya Bhakti neighborhood. This research was Qualitative descriptive method was employed in analyzing the data. There were 40 participants divided into young generation participants and old generation participants. There are 20 participants of the young generations that consist of 16 males and 4 females, while 20 participants of the old generation participants consist of 18 males and 2 females. Three techniques were employed to collect the data: observation, interview, and documentation. Observation and interviews serve as primary data sources. Meanwhile, documentation serves as the secondary one. The process of the interview was recorded. Meanwhile, a field note was used during the observation. Documents or documentation were used to complete the data findings from the observation and interview and take some pictures in the research area. Thus, all data from observation, interview, and documentation were analyzed. The research results show that Sasak people, both young and old generation participants, are proud of their language and cultural identity. The young generation participants maintain the Sasak language in Surya Bhakti neighborhood. In addition, the young generation participants have the proficiency in speaking Sasak language fluently and accurately than Sumbawanese. Furthermore, the data indicate that the old generations of Sasak people in Surya Bhakti neighborhood are more likely to use Sasak language than Sumbawanese when communicating daily with Sasak people in their community, even in their community outside of the neighborhood.
Marfuatun Marfuatun, Ermi Yuliana, Dewi Yulianti
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 133-138; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.4470

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Group counseling services with a realistic approach to alleviating students' learning difficulties at Mts NW Senyiur. This study aims to determine reality group counseling services in helping learning difficulties for students at VIII MTs NW Senyiur. The type of this research is a Pre-Experimental design with One-Group Pretest-Posttest Design. The population of this study was all students of class VIII MTs NW Senyiur totaling 25 students. Data collection techniques using questionnaires and observations, analysis using quantitative data in numbers processed using simple statistics. This study indicates that the initial condition data before being given treatment (pretest) in the form of group counseling services are in the low category with a score of 24.4. After being provided treatment (posttest) group counseling services, the condition is in the high sort with a score of 80, the average score of the scale learning difficulties in the experimental class with the highest score of 17,325. Thus, reality group counseling services affect alleviate learning difficulties for class VIII MTs NW Senyiur students.
Dariani Dariani, Asri Arbie, Muhammad Yusuf
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 121-132; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.4467

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This research was conducted at SMA Negeri 1 Telaga Biru and aimed to produce quality physics learning tools using the Team-Based Learning (TBL) learning model. The device was developed using the 4D development model developed by Thiagarajan Semel and Semel. The research results on the device show that the developed device is of high quality. Learning tools are said to be valid for use with slight revisions. This can be seen based on the average validation results with a value of 3.5 and 3.6. The level of effectiveness of learning devices is seen in the increase in student learning outcomes consisting of the cognitive domain at the first meeting until the third meeting, N Gain iRat is 0.46 with n criteria of moderate gain, at tRat is N Gain 0.5, in the attitude domain with an average the percentage of 80.240%, the results of observing student activities for 3 meetings are 80.890% with good criteria and the psychomotor aspect an average percentage of 80.128%, and the practicality of the developed device seen from the observation sheet on the implementation of learning 93.650% and the teacher's response questionnaire and student responses with an average percentage of 81.653% and 79.752%. Get a positive response.
Ardiansyah Ardiansyah
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 80-87; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.3959

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The purpose of this study was to determine how peer association affects motivation to study at the State University of Gorontalo. The population in this study was all students who took the Introduction to Macroeconomics course in the odd semester of the 2020/2021 academic year at the Economics Education Study Program, Faculty of Economics, State University of Gorontalo. We used a technique called "saturated sampling" in this study. In other words, sample all populations. In this study, the independent variable is the association between peers and the dependent variable is students' learning motivation. The data analysis technique used is simple regression analysis. The results of this study indicate that peer association has a positive effect on learning motivation.
Sukiman Sukiman, Universitas Billfath
Published: 1 January 2022
Educatio, Volume 16, pp 99-107; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v16i2.4071

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This study aims to discover online learning problems amid the covid-19 pandemic. The method used is descriptive qualitative with a phenomenological approach. The research subjects were Billfath University Indonesian Language Education study program students. The research data is in survey results and interviews with Indonesian Language Education students. The results of surveys and interviews found that the biggest problems in online learning, namely: unstable internet networks and data packages used by students. These two problems ultimately impact the level of understanding of the material by students. In addition, online learning also impacts the ability of mobile phones to respond to data. The memory capacity of mobile phones certainly causes this has exceeded, thus hampering students in learning. Therefore, mutual agreement is needed between students and lecturers so that lecture activities can run smoothly and achieve the lecture's objectives.
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