Jurnal Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing
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JBIPA (Jurnal Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing) diterbitkan oleh Badan Pengembangan dan Pembinaan Bahasa, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Republik Indonesia dan dikelola oleh Pusat Pengembangan Strategi dan Diplomasi Kebahasaan. JBIPA (Jurnal Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing) merupakan jurnal yang menerbitkan hasil penelitian dan pengembangan ke-BIPA-an, termasuk metode pengembangan metode pengajaran bahasa Indonesia untuk penutur asing (BIPA), dan penelitian mengenai strategi kebijakan internasionalisasi bahasa Indonesia. Diterbitkan secara berkala dua kali setahun.
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Jurnal Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1, Nomor 1 (2019) Jurnal Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing
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Potensi pengembangan bahasa Indonesia menjadi bahasa internasional Handoko, Muawal Panji; Fahmi, Royan Nur; Kurniawan, Ferry Yun; Artating, Hardina; Sinaga, Meili S.
Jurnal Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1, Nomor 1 (2019) Jurnal Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing
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Research on development potential of language Indonesia became the international language through teaching, this BIPA exposed about the average amount of students and his enthusiasm in the 23 country targets. We intend it to find out which countries have a great interest in this amount of students seen from the BIPA to be adjusted to the number of teachers who will be sent to the target country. The existence of the average amount of students can also known to target countries with a population of students which is so that the future can be PPSDK to restrict the policy directions of teachers who will be sent to these countries as the form of effectiveness and efficiency. Results of the study showed that Thailand, Myanmar, New Guinea, Australia, and East Timor is five countries with the potential and the average highest BIPA students.
Penggunaan buku komik “bahasa Indonesia bagi penutur asing (BIPA) 1” dan pengaruhnya terhadap hasil belajar peserta BIPA Ramliyana, Randi
Jurnal Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1, Nomor 1 (2019) Jurnal Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing
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Indonesian Language Learning for Foreign Speakers (BIPA) is interesting because Indonesian language becomes the second language learning for BIPA participants. Many obstacles are happened during learning BIPA, one of communication problem between teacher and participant. Communication problem in delivering material BIPA class can overcome with visual language. Visual language will be made in the form of comics as and teach BIPA. Comics as a medium of learning has long been applied to give a positive impact during the learning process Comic media in addition to fun, also always linked can increase interest in reading, and develop vocabulary in the language used comic As a first step to arouse interest in reading especially those who do not like reading In addition to comics also improve all other language skills, such as talking and listening. Comics is able to package all learners with a fun language skills. So, comics have a close related with language learning, because it is always associated with improving language skills therefore, research aims to design the book in the form of comic on learning BIPA language. Researchers hope this research will be useful for the world of language education, especially BIPA, in Indonesia and provide new solutions by using comics as a fun learning media and able to increase interest and motivation to learn BIPA participants
Pemetaan situasi dan kondisi kebahasaan dalam mendukung keberhasilan program BIPA di Timor Leste Amanat, Tri
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One step to improve the function of Indonesian language into an international language is done through the development of Indonesian language teaching programs for foreigners (BIPA) in various friendly countries, including Timor Leste. Until now Timor Leste is one of the countries with the most requests for sending BIPA teachers. Therefore certain steps are needed to support the success of this program, one of which is by conducting a study related to the situation and conditions of the language. This study aims to; Describe the situation and conditions of language that exists in Timor Leste both in the realm of government policy and the real conditions that exist in society. Mapping the potential and barriers to the development of Indonesian in East Timor. This study uses qualitative methods. Data acquisition is done through document analysis, field observations, and interviews. The results of the study indicate that East Timor is a multilingual community. In macro terms, there are several regulations that can support the development of BIPA, however, there are also some that can hamper. In micro terms, Indonesian is still considered familiar by certain groups but in general, the younger generation of Timor Leste (especially those born after independence) have many who do not understand/know bahasa Indonesian.
Hambatan dalam upaya pengembangan BIPA di luar negeri Nastiti, Ayu Dwi; Datil, Lale Li; Sukma, Bayu Permana
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Law Number 24 Year 2009 gives a mandate to National Agency of Language Cultivation and Development, Ministry of Education and Culture through the Centre for Language Strategy and Diplomacy Development to increase function of Indonesian language as an international language. Themandateisthenrealizedbythe Centre by launching a program deploying Indonesian language teachers to 23 countries. As part of its evaluation, this research aims to identify obstacles in developing Indonesian as a Foreign Language (IFL) abroad particularly during the program from 2015 to 2017. This research used a descriptive qualitative method through document analysis.The data wereobtainedfrom95 assignment reports by the Indonesian as a Foreign Language (IFL) teachers assigned by the Centre for Language Strategy and Diplomacy Development. The results show that there are eight aspects of obstacles found. The aspects are learning standard, students, teachers, infrastructures, institutions, environments, administration abroad, and inter-agency coordination.
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Pelaksanaan Program BIPA dan Hasil Pembelajarannya Kurniawan, Kurniawan; Puspitasari, Devi Ambarwati; Batubara, Didiek Hardadi; Hernina, Hernina; Larasati, Larasati
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The present study identified the learning outcomes of the program of Indonesian for foreigners (BIPA—Bahasa Indonesia untuk Penutur Asing) and the suitability between student learning outcomes and teaching materials of BIPA. The learning process of BIPA was conducted to improve four language competencies including listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Based on the 2016 and 2017 BIPA teaching reports, thirteen teachers assigned to teach BIPA to Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, France, and Russia were successfully able to improve the four language competencies of the students. Meanwhile, the suitability between student learning outcomes and teaching materials of BIPA indicated that: 1) sixty seven BIPA teachers were considered good at adjusting the learning to the teaching materials, 2) four BIPA teachers were rated fair in adjusting the learning to the teaching materials, and 3) ten BIPA teachers were considered poor in adjusting the learning to the teaching materials

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