Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study

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EISSN : 2708-9703
Published by: Asian Multicultural Research Study (10.47616)
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Edewale Ayende, Edenkelu Bleza
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 3, pp 7-12; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v3i3.288

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The discovery learning paradigm, which is discussed in this article, is one that is well-suited to the task of teaching students how to detect observation results when they are presented in written form. The students in this method acquire knowledge by hands-on experience, which encourages both their individual initiative and their individual originality as learners. Discovery When a teacher employs the learning approach, also known as the discovery method, they instruct in such a way that children are exposed to new material that they were previously unaware of. Students engage in activities or learning that involve discovery learning, also known as discovery learning, in order to uncover concepts and principles through their own internal mental processes. Students are required to conduct observations, categorize information, form hypotheses, explain their reasoning, and draw conclusions as part of the process of finding concepts or principles. The improvement of students' English proficiency is the focus of this article, which takes a discovery learning strategy to achieve that goal.
Syarifah Syarifah, Agussalim Agussalim, Anshari Anshari
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 3, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v3i3.287

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This study aims to describe the comparison between the facts of the story based on the structural analysis of Robert Stanton in Andrea Hirata's novel Sang Pe dreamer and Paulo Coelho's Sang Alchemist novel. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. In collecting data, this research uses a documentation study method by using reading and note-taking techniques. The data obtained were analyzed using structuralism theory according to Robert Stanton's fictional theory, then concluded with a comparative literature approach. The results of this study indicate that there are differences and similarities in the facts of the story contained in Andrea Hirata's novel The Dreamer and Paulo Coelho's Sang Pe dreamer. The similarity is that the facts of the story contained in the two novels are equally related to reveal the same theme of the story. The difference between the two novels is the concept of characterization, plot, and setting. This difference is strongly influenced by the authors' backgrounds and very different cultures.
Rezky Fauziah Hmz
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 3, pp 13-19; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v3i3.290

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The purpose of this study is to describe the meaning in Bugis folklore and its contribution to literary learning materials at SMAN. This research uses a case study qualitative descriptive research type. The data presented in the form of a description are analyzed using the theory of Semiotics of Charles Sanders Pierce and its contribution to learning Indonesian. This research focuses on icons, indices, and symbols in Bugis folklore. This study uses a qualitative research design that collects, manages, reduces, analyzes, and presents data objectively or according to facts. The results showed that Bugis folklore such as "The Fool", "Lapettu Galanna", "The Patient Nakoda's Wife", "La Pallaonruma" and "The Hypocrite To His Friends". These five Bugis folk tales are relevant and can be used as literature teaching materials in class X SMA according to KD (Basic competencies). 4.7 Retell the contents of folklore texts that are heard and read, taking into account aspects of language, psychology, and cultural background.
Chanachai Sripituksakul
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 3, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v3i1.272

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Educating kids about digital marketing through entrepreneurial programs is critical, according to this article's authors. With the goal of effectively selling things, digital marketing has become a critical part of entrepreneurship. Digital marketing will make it easier for students to start their own businesses. Regardless of one's field or profession, entrepreneurship education in higher education is essential. As a business owner, it is easier than ever to keep tabs on what potential customers want and need, but on the other hand, potential customers can easily look for and acquire information about products online
Nur Qadri Malabbi, Akmal Hamsah, Usman Usman
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 3, pp 6-13; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v3i2.279

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This study aims to examine and compare the character values ​​of the main characters and additional characters in each fable in Indonesian School textbooks. The type of research used is qualitative with a descriptive research design. The data in this study are words and sentences that indicate the value of the main character and additional characters in fables in Indonesian textbooks. Data collection techniques used content analysis with reading and note-taking techniques. Data analysis techniques used in this research are data reduction, data classification, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. The results of the study found a comparison of the five characters in fables in textbooks. The comparison of the first character values, namely religious with the sub-values ​​of faith and piety, is found in the additional characters in the fable of the Praying Mantis and Brethren Must Share. Second is found in the national character value with the sub-value of national spirit in the fable of the Praying Mantis and Fellow Brothers must Share, each of which each is represented by an additional character. The third is the independent character value, the work ethic sub-value in the Praying Mantis and The Tiger-Skinned Horse, each of which is represented by an additional character, the fourth is the value of mutual cooperation with the sub-value of cooperation in the praying mantis fable and Cici and the Wolf who each is represented by an additional character.
Nurul Ainun Ika Wahyuni, Mayong Mayong, Kembong Daeng
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 3, pp 1-13; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v3i1.265

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This research is a type of research that is classified as a descriptive qualitative research. This study discusses the problems of learning drama during the COVID-19 pandemic in class VIII of SMP Negeri 1 Tanasitolo, Wajo Regency. The purpose of this study is to describe the process of implementing online classes in drama learning for class VIII students during the pandemic, the problems faced by teachers and students in the process of implementing drama learning during the pandemic, and efforts to find solutions to overcome the problems that occur to teachers and students in learning. implementation of online classes during the pandemic in class VIII. The data collection of this research was carried out by the method; (1) Observation; (2) Interview; (3) Documentation; (4) reading techniques; (5) note-taking technique; (6) Focus Group Discussion (FGD). The subjects in this study were Indonesian language teachers in class VIII and the objects in this study were students in class VIII at SMP Negeri 1 Tansitolo. The results of this study indicate that; (1) The online drama learning process for class VIII SMP Negeri 1 Tanasitolo is still in the process of stabilization and evaluation towards a better and more advanced stage; (2) The problems that arise in learning drama are about the lack of lesson plans, application of learning and technology, communication and student activity, lack of independence, and workload; (3) the efforts made as a solution are using applications that support, visiting students who are less active, training or learning online learning application technology, mentoring parents, and giving assignments comparable to what is being taught.
Soeuy Sokpheng, Lin Hok Meng
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 3, pp 14-22; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v3i1.264

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When it comes to education, conventional and modern ways of learning are applied at all times. This, however, applies to students with special needs in order to meet their individual learning objectives. Based on the needs of students and the resources available in each region, conventional and new learning methods are used. Conventional and modern learning techniques will produce learning methods that are tactical, technical, and practical in the form of expository methods, demonstrations, panel discussion and debate, role-playing, and simulation techniques. A modern and traditional learning method's efficacy, efficiency, and quality can be measured by these three factors.
Selanung Purisai, Theerath Sompron
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 2, pp 6-12; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v2i4.262

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The study's goal is to discover how teaching methods have changed as a result of the epidemic and the new normal. Research shows that teachers' approaches during the pandemic and today's normal time share many commonalities, such as the Blended Learning method. While the main distinction is that during a pandemic, all learning is conducted online. In the new normal era, students have been using a split learning approach, in which they alternate between offline and online studying. The custom of paying house calls to college students is a thing of the past.
Gregg Siat
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 2, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v2i4.249

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The study generally aimed to determine the behavioral patterns and professional attributes of Filipino subject teachers in relation to students’ performance in selected secondary schools in Area III, Leyte Division. A standardized questionnaire was used to gather information from the Filipino subject teachers regarding their behavioral patterns and professional attributes in relation to the students’ performance. The data were analysed and interpreted with the aid of the statistical tool. Weighted mean was used in determining the behavioral patterns of Filipino subject teachers. As a result of the survey conducted data gathered were the following: Professional attributes of Filipino subject teachers in terms of educational attainment, majority had earned MA units; as to teaching experience, they have rendered 10-14 years; and relative to in-service training, majority of them attended at the division level. With regards to the behavioral patterns of Filipino subject teachers as evaluated by the students, it was perceived good. Further, on the level of students’ performance, they were rated satisfactory performance.
Asriyani Asriyani, Syamsudduha Syamsudduha, Ambo Dalle
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, Volume 2, pp 11-15; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v2i3.191

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This study aims to (1) describe the skills of writing expository text by applying the Numbered Head Together (NHT) learning model to the tenth-grade students of MA Darul Istiqamah Lappa'e, Sinjai Regency. (2) prove the effectiveness of the Numbered Head Together (NHT) learning model on learning to write expository texts. This study uses an experimental research design, the type of experiment used is a true experiment. This study uses the form of a written test in learning to write an exposition text. Sampling was carried out using a total sampling technique with a total of 70 students. The collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics using SPSS version 25. The results of the research data analysis showed that the application of the NHT (Numbered Head Together) learning model was more effective than the conventional learning model in learning to write Indonesian exposition texts. It is evident from the results of t count > t table or 2,369 > 1,995 so it can be concluded that the hypothesis test H1 is accepted and H0 is rejected, namely the NHT model is effectively used in learning to write exposition texts. In addition, it can be proven by the average value of the experimental class is 78.4 while the average value of the control class is 76.0. This shows that the application of the Numbered Head Together (NHT) model is more effective in learning to write Indonesian exposition texts.
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