Anwarul

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ISSN / EISSN: 28091043 / 28087895
Published by: Darul Yasin Al Sys
Total articles ≅ 8

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Bobi Putra, Hayati Hayati
Published: 1 February 2023
Journal: Anwarul
Anwarul, Volume 3, pp 97-104; https://doi.org/10.58578/anwarul.v3i1.848

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The main problem of the research here is the lack of motivation in students to memorize the Al-Quran. Then there are still many students' mistakes in reading the Koran, both in terms of its makhraj, short length and the rules for reading the Koran from students so that it makes it difficult for students to memorize the Koran. The research method used by researchers is descriptive qualitative research, namely data collected in the form of words, pictures, not numbers. The key informants are students, while the supporting informants are PAI teachers and other teachers. The techniques used to collect data are observation, interviews and documentation. To analyze the data, researchers used Miles and Huberman's analysis techniques, namely Data Reduction, Data Display (data display), and Conclusion Drawing or verification. In order for the data collected to be valid, the researcher uses the validity technique by means of triangulation. Based on the results of research found in the field, in terms of implementation, the process or stages that students go through are going quite well. However, there are various problems faced by students in memorizing the Qur'an both internally and externally. From an internal perspective, it can be seen from a feeling of laziness or lack of motivation within oneself, not focusing when memorizing the Al-Quran, not repeating memorization (Murajaah) at home and so on. Meanwhile, from an external perspective, it is because of friends' distractions, more focus on playing with cellphones, lots of school assignments, and not being able to divide time properly and effectively. Therefore, to overcome these problems, students need to instill sincere intentions in their hearts and earnestly memorize the Al-Quran. Besides that, it is also expected that parents and teachers can work together in increasing the potential for memorizing the Al-Quran of students. so that students in the future are even more proficient in reading and memorizing the Al-Quran.
Dwi Nugroho, Windi Dwi Astuti, Nurul Anisa Rahmadia, Difa'Ul Husna
Published: 1 December 2022
Journal: Anwarul
Anwarul, Volume 2, pp 418-826; https://doi.org/10.58578/anwarul.v2i6.665

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Children with special needs are children who have characteristics that are not the same as children in general. Students who have abnormalities in the eyes are called blind children. Abnormalities in the eyes that cannot see are caused by genetic factors and also accident factors. Blind students in learning need to use assistive devices such as regred and pen for writing Braille letters on paper. Educators in learning need to use different methods from students in general so that it is easily understood by blind children. Islamic religious education needs to be conveyed to blind students so that they have a high spiritual attitude, are able to carry out worship well and also understand the learning material properly and correctly. The learning methods delivered to blind students are lectures, audiotorials, question and answer and practice. This study aims to determine the learning methods of Islamic religious education for blind children at SLB A Yaketunis Yogyakarta. The data collection technique uses a qualitative approach. Qualitative method is a process to find and examine in the research process based on an event. In this study, it examines a variety of fairly complex descriptions and also includes reports from respondents' views directly according to the existing situation. This study uses two types of data, namely primary and secondary data. Which primary data was obtained from respondents directly at the blind inclusion school SLB A Yaketunis Yogyakarta.
Eka Yulyawan Kurniawan, Awiria Awiria, Rizky Mellynia Fitriani
Published: 26 October 2022
Journal: Anwarul
Anwarul, Volume 2, pp 408-417; https://doi.org/10.58578/anwarul.v2i5.578

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Speaking skill is one of the language skills that must be mastered by students because speaking competence is the most important component in learning Indonesian language learning objectives, but most students consider speaking skill as a difficult skill according to second grade students of SD Negeri Pasarkemis III. The problem discussed in this study is how the students' speaking skills when completing pictorial conversations. This study is to describe the speaking skills of students in grade II at SD Negeri Pasarkemis III, Tangerang Regency. This research uses qualitative research with 27 students in class II and teachers in class II as the subject. The technique used to collect data is data reduction, data presentation and drawing conclusions. The conclusion of this study is that the things that cause a lack of speaking skills in students are due to shyness, lack of confidence, nervousness, and lack of practice and the learning process is still not using the media. Based on the analysis of the test results, there were 11 students with a percentage of 55% whose speaking skills were very poor, namely in the aspects of fluency, sentence structure, communicative/eye contact.
Alviani Saridevita, Asep Suhendar, Najib Hasan
Published: 24 August 2022
Journal: Anwarul
Anwarul, Volume 2, pp 364-373; https://doi.org/10.58578/anwarul.v2i4.521

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The importance of English to be learned in this era of globalization, it would be better if English is taught early on. The earlier you get to know a foreign language, the easier it is to develop your skills. The focus of this research is some students who have difficulty pronouncing English vocabulary in class V SDN Pondok Makmur. The purpose of this study was to describe the difficulty of pronouncing English vocabulary for the fifth grade students of SDN Pondok Makmur. The type of research method used is a type of qualitative descriptive analysis research method, namely the researcher will describe the difficulty of pronouncing English vocabulary for the fifth grade students of SDN Pondok Makmur, Tangerang City. Data collection techniques using tests, observations and documentation. Students found difficulty in pronouncing vocabulary from the results of this research test, there were errors of consonants as many as 4 words, vowels 3 words, intonation 10 words, and word stress 27 words. The most dominant errors are on word stress, second intonation, third consonants, and lastly on vowels.
Ratiah Ratiah, Yustika Irfani Lindawati
Published: 13 June 2022
Journal: Anwarul
Anwarul, Volume 2, pp 256-269; https://doi.org/10.58578/anwarul.v2i3.409

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This study aims to 1). Knowing how the teacher's strategy in increasing student motivation at SMAN 1 Bojongmanik, 2). To find out what factors or obstacles are often found when motivating students so that these students are motivated to continue learning. This research is a descriptive qualitative research with a case study approach, the participation of this research is 3 teachers of SMAN 1 Bojongmanik. This research uses data collection methods in the form of observation, interviews and documentation. The results of the study show that the teacher's role is a very important role in increasing student learning motivation, such as always reminding students to stay enthusiastic when studying, appreciating active students, inviting less active students to interact in class, and helping students who do not understand, and not blaming students who try to answer even though the answer is wrong, and using new and not monotonous learning media, for example showing learning videos, using quiziz and google form affiliations and giving rewards to students who get the highest score.
Akhmad Asriana
Published: 30 April 2022
Journal: Anwarul
Anwarul, Volume 2, pp 180-191; https://doi.org/10.58578/anwarul.v2i2.370

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The purpose of this study was to improve learning outcomes of floor gymnastics by using the demonstration method for third grade students of SD Negeri 2 Cakranegara in the 2021/2022 academic year. Sources of data in this study were the third grade students of SD Negeri 2 Cakranegara totaling 27 students. Data collection techniques with assessment tests and observations. The data analysis technique used in this research is descriptive qualitative and the percentage is based on data from the results of tests conducted by students. Based on the results of the study, it was concluded that the application of the demonstration method can be considered for PJOK teachers to be applied in learning floor gymnastics. The results of this study are expected to be a concern for schools to provide encouragement to teachers to apply learning methods and use appropriate media as an effort to achieve quality learning to achieve the goals of physical education, sports, and health outlined in the curriculum. For further researchers, the results of this study can be used as input and insight into the use of games and image media in improving floor gymnastics learning.
Hijazzi Lutfiah Izyul Adha, Abi Hurairah, Ilham Abdur Rohman
Published: 1 February 2022
Journal: Anwarul
Anwarul, Volume 2, pp 14-23; https://doi.org/10.58578/anwarul.v2i1.201

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Islamic education which has or is known by its characteristics, symbolizes something that is inherent in itself. While education in Islam is education that comes directly from Allah SWT. Al-Quran and Sunnah in the development of Islamic education have a character where humans are directly related to their creation through the teachings that have been taught in Islam, such as prayer, reciting and others. On this occasion, the discussion about the characteristics and models of Islamic education guidance for intelligent and gifted children. Hearing the word Islamic education, of course, we are immediately directed to special Islamic educational institutions, namely madrasas, Islamic education is widely taught in Islamic madrasas, ranging from MI, MtS, and MA. Islam really appreciates science, Islam also elevates the degree of people who are knowledgeable and do good deeds. In Islam, if there are students who are talented and intelligent in the religious and social sciences and have good morals, then they are noble in the sight of Allah SWT.
Ryan Yuliadi, Siti Nurhayati, Syaeful Bahri
Published: 1 December 2021
Journal: Anwarul
Anwarul, Volume 1, pp 204-220; https://doi.org/10.58578/anwarul.v1i1.73

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Ryan Yuliadi 1786206233 Development Of Number Tree Media In Mathematics Learning Multiplication Material For Third Grade Student At SD Negeri Kadongdong Tangerang Regency. This development research was carried out in class III at SDN Kadongdong Tigaraksa District, Tangerang Regency based on the problem of not understanding multiplication material so that the researchers aimed to produce a product in the form of Number Tree Media in Mathematics Learning Multiplication Material Theme 1 (Growth and Development of Living Things) Subtheme 3 (Animal Growth  ) Lesson 1 In Class III Sdn Kadongdong. This research is a research and development (R&D) research which refers to the ADDIE development model which consists of: (1) Analysis (Analyze), (2) Design, (3) Development, (4) Implementation (implementation).  ), (5) Evaluation (evaluation).  The instrument used to measure the quality of the number tree media is the assessment sheet of material experts, media experts, and student responses.  Based on the assessment of the validity of the number tree media, the results are very feasible.  Material experts gave a rating of 77.5% with a "Decent" classification and media experts gave a score of 83.3% and 87,45% with a "Very Eligible" classification.  This number tree media received a response from the small group of 97% of students with the classification of "Very Interesting" and the large group of 96.5% with the classification of "Very Interesting", so that this number tree media is suitable for use in learning in elementary schools. 
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