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Dinamika Ilmu
ISSN : 14113031     EISSN : 24429651     DOI : -
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DINAMIKA ILMU (P-ISSN: 1411-3031; E-ISSN: 2442-9651) is an International Education Journal published by Faculty of Education and Teacher Training of IAIN Samarinda, Indonesia. It is a peer-reviewed journal of Education, including: English Language Teaching and Islamic Education. The journal is published twice a year.
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Existentialism in the Development of Islamic Education Institutions: A Portrait of Excellent School Development of Yapita Primary School Surabaya Mukaffa, Zumrotul
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 17 No 2, December 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v17i2.930

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This paper describes the development efforts of Islamic educational institution in order to maintain its existence in the midst of competition between educational institutions with various backgrounds of social religious organization communities that surround and underlie them. Yapita Primary School is a portrait of Islamic educational institution that is undergoing the process of development in the hope of becoming one of the best and excellent schools in Surabaya. It has undergone four (4) changes in its development process gradually, they are: First, the Traditional – isolative model that only held Islamic education. The second is the Synthesis model which is the implementation of Traditional-Isolative model with a little general education additions. Third, it brought a balanced education between Traditional – Isolative and general education model. Fourth, it integrates two Traditional-isolative models and Western-Modern model into a curriculum structure and enriched it with Student Talent-Interest Development and the excellent characteristics. Changes become necessity to be done so that its existence is still needed and sought by the community in the midst of the similar educational institutions emergence in the vicinity, among others; SD Luqman al-Hakim Hidayatullah Primary School, Muhammadiyah 26 Primary School, and al-Uswah Islamic Primary School.
Tata Tertib Busana Kampus: Edukasi, Etika dan Komunikasi Hayati, Afita Nur
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 13 No 1, June 2013
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v13i1.21

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Education as consciuos process have prime goals, help youngers be smart and help them have morality. Therefore, they must study about ethics, a science that learn about bad and good manner as long as people’s knows through communications, a fundamental instrument to sharing meaning in order to have similarity namely religious culture.
Investigation of the effects of the social power and social distance on the realization of apology between Jordanian and English cultures Zainal Ariff, Tun Nur Afizah
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 15 No 2, December 2015
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v15i2.251

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The current study investigated the influence of context-external variables; social power (High, Equal and Low) and social distance (Familiar and Unfamiliar) on the perception of Jordanian and English speech act of apology. Discourse Completion Test (DCT) and Scaled Response Questionnaire (SRQ) were used to elicit data from three groups: 40 Jordanian L2 speakers in Malaysia, 40 Jordanian non-English speakers in Malaysia and 40 English native speakers from British Council in Jordan. The three groups of respondents were asked to assess four context-internal variables i.e. the severity of the offence, the possibility of the offender apology, the difficulty of the apology by the offender and the likelihood of apology acceptance by the offended party.  Results of the study were accomplished using one way ANOVA and Tukey HSD post hoc statistical tests. The findings revealed that Jordanians have high sensitivity toward hierarchical power and social distance more than English native speakers. Moreover, results revealed that there are negative sociopragmatic transfers from L1 to L2 by JL2Ss based on their four-context internal variables perception.  Findings could be used to increase the cultural awareness toward some similarities and differences between both cultures
The Relationship among Pre-Service EFL Teachers’ Beliefs about Language Learning, Pedagogical Beliefs, and Beliefs about ICT Integration Inayati, Dian; Emaliana, Ive
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 17 No 1, June 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v17i1.664

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This paper elucidates the relationship among pre-service teachers’ beliefs about language learning, pedagogical beliefs, and beliefs about ICT Integration through survey methodology. This study employed a quantitative approach, particularly a correlational relationship to investigate the relationships among beliefs about language learning, pedagogical beliefs, and beliefs about ICT integration by utilizing structural equation modeling (SEM). SEM was applied to model the relationships in a set of three domains: beliefs about language learning, pedagogical beliefs, and beliefs about ICT integration. A questionnaire was administered to 103 pre-service EFL teachers who have accomplished their teaching practice in secondary schools. The results of the three types of beliefs obtained from the questionnaire were then analyzed through Structural Equation Model (SEM). It was revealed that there was a significant positive relationship between beliefs about language learning and pedagogical beliefs, and that between the former and beliefs about ICT integration, while a positive correlation between pedagogical beliefs and beliefs about ICT integration was not found. Insightful implications to EFL teaching and learning were discussed.
Resistensi Pendidikan Islam dalam Lintas Sejarah Indonesia Hamzah, Syeh Hawib
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 11 No 2, Desember 2011
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v11i2.35

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In Indonesia, there are challenges of the Islamic educational institutions. They are the first, internal challenge and the second, external challenge. The first is Human resource readiness and modernization of educational institutions. Islamic education in Indonesia such as Islamic Boarding Schools (pesantren), madrasah and Islamic schools have challenges to find an alternative to adapt to the development of civilization and modernization. The second challenges is the colonists who meddle in education policy in Indonesia. Islamic Boarding Scholls (pesantren) as holding of Islamic education in Indonesia has always received intimidation and discrimination in policies by the occupiers and even this policy go on in the early post-independence era to the new order that still feels unfair treatment to the institutions of Islamic education in Indonesia.
Curriculum of EFL Teacher Education and Indonesian Qualification Framework: A Blip of the Future Direction Susilo, Susilo
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 15 No 1, June 2015
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v15i1.98

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Indonesian Qualification Framework (IQF) is a description of qualification levels for all Indonesian learning outcomes or certificate statements in Indonesian schooling from year 9 to higher education. The IQF holds a legal endorsement in the form of Presidential Decree no. 8/2012. This IQF will specify equivalencies between Indonesian and foreign qualifications, thus improving Indonesia’s international competitiveness and making the country more open to global trade. As a consequence, the structures of curriculum in all Indonesian educations should base on this document. Defined as the expanding circle countries in Kachru’s concentric circles, Indonesia needs English language teacher education with appropriate structures of curriculum relevant to the global world and 21st century learning. This article intends to describe the IQF, the 21st Century learning, and the upcoming structure of the EL Teacher education Curriculum in Indonesia. More specifically, this article aims at analyzing: 1) how Indonesian Teachers should develop their curriculum according to the IQF descriptors; 2) how macro-social factors in SLA such as global and national status of L2, boundaries and identities, or institutional forces and constraints should be considered in the development of the curriculum structures of English language teacher education; and 3) how the 21st century trends should be blended in the curriculum.
Phonetic Symbols through Audiolingual Method to Improve the Students’ Listening Skill Samawiyah, Zuhrotun
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol. 16 No 1, June 2016
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v16i1.155

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Abstract:Phonetic symbols present linguistic feature to recognize how the words are pronounced or even spelled. While learning English, difficult words are sometimes found because here English is a foreign language with which students often face. In that case, these words might bother the students’ understanding. Obviously, the students were expected to develop their listening skill. It is because listening is one of the English language skills. To enhance the students’ listening skill needs appropriate and effective way. Phonetic symbols were applied in this research to give the students clear input and understanding toward English words. Moreover, these phonetic symbols were applied within audio-lingual method that it provided repetition, memorization, and drills through audio media. This research used Classroom Action Research (CAR) design. The objective of this research was to improve the students’ listening skill through phonetic symbols applied within audio-lingual method. The instruments used were observation and test. Based on the observation, the result showed that the students were encouraged to identify spoken words based on phonetic symbols. They were able to differentiate phonetic symbols used that helped them to identify words on spoken text. Meanwhile, the result of test showed that there were 30 students of 40 students who achived the passing grade, 75. The percentage of students’ achivement test met the target of this research success that was 75% of the students got score ≥ 75. Thus, it can be concluded that phonetic symbols applied in audio-lingual method successfully improved the students’ listening skill.Keywords: Phonetic symbol, Listening skill, Audio-lingual Method
Penggunaan AREL pada Penyampaian Argumen di Klub Debat Bahasa Inggris STKIP PGRI Ponorogo Rohmatika, Arina; Syamsuddin, Syamsuddin
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 14 No 2, December 2014
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v14i2.1

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The English debat organization is one of the most popular students’ activity units at STKIP PGRI Ponorogo. Many students of English department join this club. The skill of debate of the students in the English club is not improved yet. The objective of this study was to give an appropriate way of giving argument of a debate by using AREL. AREL is Argument, Reasoning, Evidance and Link Back. This is a classroom action research. The approach of this study is qualitative and quantitative. The qualitative data were gained by using questionnaire and observation. The quantitative data were gained from the result of the students’ speaking test both pre-test, post-test I, and post-test II. The subject of the study was the members of the English debate club of STKIP PGRI Ponorogo consisting of 19 students. The data collection technique used in this study was observation. The observation, then, also was enriched by recording and taking-note techniques. Data, then, was analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively. In pre-test, many students still made many mistakes in presenting the argument. Based on the pre-test data, the pre-treatment was done. In post-test I, some students made an improvement in presenting a good enough organization of an argument, but it was not good yet. In post-test II of the next treatment, it shows a better result
Model Pembelajaran Humanistik Arbayah, Arbayah
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 13 No 2, December 2013
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v13i2.26

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Humanisme views human as the free subject to determine his life. Humans are fully responsible for his own life and also for the people. Humanistic education theory in the 1970s refered to three philosophical theories namely pragmatism, progressivism and eksistensisalisme. According to humanistic theory, the purpose of learning is to humanize humans. Learning process is considered successful if the students understand their environment and themselves. Humanistic education emphasizes meaning personal of the childs existence. Learners are free to determine the purpose of education according to the needs and interest. In Islam, the meaning of humanism is to humanize humans according to the role as a vicegerent of God on earth. In this man mentions, the Quran uses four terms that have different meanings according to the context of the Quran meant, among other things: al-Basyar, Al-Nās, Banī Adam, Al-Insān.
Exposing ESP Teacher’s and Students’ Perception about Teaching Speaking for Tourism Program Khoirunnisa, Khoirunnisa; Suparno, Suparno; Supriyadi, Slamet
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 18 No 1, June 2018
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v18i1.945

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This study was framed in English for Spesific Purposes to look into the teacher’s and students’ perception about teaching speaking for Tourism Program. To this end, ten male and female Tourism students and their English teacher in one of private Vocational High School in Surakarta were purposively selected as the participants in this study. They were invited to take part in semi-structured interview. The findings showed that English for Tourism emphasizes more in building students’ speaking skill. All participants shared their positive perceptions toward teaching speaking for Tourism Program. The students perceived that speaking was very crucial for them since it gave such impact to their future career. Nevertheless, there were several difficulties students faced in the learning process including grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, content. There were also some challenges such as lack of confidence, low motivation and limited learning material. However, both teacher and students were actively involved in overcoming those barriers. This study shed light on the importance of collaboration between teacher and students. It is suggested that they should work closely to improve the quality of ESP program. 

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