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  • Critical Reading Teaching Materials Show R-Tam-Based Malay Teaching Loaded with Humanist Literacy: Future Language Learning Innovations
  • 1 bulan yang lalu

Prof. Dr. Ida Zulaeha, M. Hum. ....The characteristics of critical reading teaching materials in Riau Province, Indonesia, still need to be developed. Of the ten components of critical reading teaching materials, six components did not meet the quality standards of critical reading teaching materials. Therefore, it is necessary to innovate the language learning of the future by paying attention to the content of technology, using critical approaches, and paying attention to the character of Malays. Thus, it can be concluded that the characteristics of future critical reading teaching materials based on R-TAM application technology, using critical psychodidactic approach, paying attention to the character of Malay people, and presenting local Malay cultural material contained in Tunjuk Ajar Melayu (TAM).

  • Deradicalization Program Through Multicultural Education in Higher Education in Indonesia and Malaysia
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Ahmad Syaifudin, S. S., M. Pd. (co-author) ....Result of this study showed that the forms of radicalism in higher education are radicalism in thinking and acting that aimed to terrorism. This form of radicalism is spread through direct and indirect patterns. The former is carried out through religious lectures, student associations, organizations, and dormitories. Meanwhile, the latest one is profiling in the media social and members recruitment. Thus, the deradicalization strategy through multicultural education in institutions is carried out both in a soft and hard approach. The soft approach is carried out to embrace parties who are indicated to understand radicalism, while the hard approach is carried out for parties who have led to illegal acts (terrorism). The multicultural education in Indonesia was created through the foundation of multicultural consciousness in the past. The implementation of multiculturalism as common platform in designing the learning based on Bhinneka Tunggal Ika or unity in diversity is realized through the civics education which is supported by the religion education. Meanwhile the implementation of multicultural education in Malaysia used soft and hard approaches by using religion. This approach is considered to be proper approach particularly when it was given to the Islam majority. By using this approach, the institutions and the lecturer could attempt to grow the Islamic values to develop the respect among fellows even though they have different tribes and religions.

  • Engklek Game and Its Benefits for Early Children’s Development
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Dr. Joko Sukoyo, S. Pd., M. Pd. ....the engklek game developed in Boyolali municipality had two types of the engklek game. They are an airplane engklek and a mountain engklek. The game could be played by both males and females with 2-5 persons. It is usually played in the morning or the afternoon in the yard. Engklek games could be used to stimulate the physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and linguistic development of children. The physical skill consists of rough and fine motoric development, obesity reduction and leg muscle strengthening. The cognitive skill consists of geometry concept, calculation, estimation, problem-solving learning, and interpersonal quotient improvement. Social skill consists of socializing and honesty. The emotional skill consists of children's training to not be sloppy and stress reduction. Meanwhile, the linguistics skill consists of the word - sentence management skill and contextual language usage.

  • Implementation of Kupingan Method in Javanese Karawitan Music Training for Foreigners
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Dr. Widodo, M.Sn. ....The study underlines several interesting notes in implementing the kupingan method to foreign learners with written musical tradition. It is found that kupingan method is able to be incorporated in this context, despite to a very limited extent. As the results suggest, the participants were able to master the introduction to basic techniques and play patterns of gamelan instruments in gending lancaran composition. Moreover, the patterns of instruments, vocal songs, and dynamics of relatively complex compositions are more effectively conveyed by using detailed musical notation. The habit of reading scores of Western musical compositions makes it easy and fast for them to accept and master the karawitan composition topics compared to the kupingan method.

  • Aesthetic Features and Ethnic Music Style in Social and Cultural Life of the Modern Era
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Dr. Wadiyo, M.Si. ....Based on the results of research and discussion it can be concluded that, first of all, traditional Javanese gamelan music still has its own place in the heart of its community members. The aesthetic taste for ethnic music often derives from the childhood memories of its members or supporters. Furthermore, ethnic music is a memory that is inherent or pervades their souls into adulthood. Based on this phenomenon, ethnic music is maintained in the life of the community and is used as a means of channeling aesthetic flavors for the supporting community. Second of all, the existence of different art styles in each subculture is always an expression that appears as a result of socio-cultural phenomena and the physical environment that always surrounds the living conditions of the people. The changing socio-cultural life of the community has made that people’s tastes towards their ethnic music also changes. This resulted in the emergence of new ethnic music styles in each subculture, which are adaptive to their respective environments.

  • Women’s Expression in Contemporary Batik Fabric in Indonesia
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Dr. Eko Sugiarto, M.Pd. ....UNESCO's recognition of Indonesian textiles (batik) as a cultural heritage provides wider opportunities for the batik industry. The fact that needs to be known is that batik craftsmen in Indonesia are dominated by women, but research on batik textiles so far have not explored femininity in Indonesian batik motifs. This study aims to analyze the design of feminine-style batik motifs by Indonesian craftswomen. The data on batik motifs was collected in three cities, namely Pekalongan, Semarang and Solo. The visual analysis was prioritized in this research by tracing batik work documents from the aspect of the motif structure, the source of the idea and the value of feminism. The results showed that making batik fabric was dominated by women. Feminism-style batik motifs in Indonesia are dominated by plant objects (particularly flowers). The elements of red, green, light brown and blue are the most widely used than other colors. The femininity of batik motifs is depicted in an organic look that is presented in various curved lines. Femininity in batik motifs is often found, particularly in contemporary batik, which tries to break away from the rigidity of traditional batik.

  • The Use of Clove Leaves (Syzygium aromaticum L.) as Natural Dye for Batik Production in Kasumedangan Batik Industry, Indonesia
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Dr. Triyanto, M.A. (co-author) ....The results showed a variation in color direction based on the type of natural dye and the type of fixator used. The color of Kasumedangan batik cloth in the Cadas Pangeran motif using clove leaf extract with two different fixators produces cream and dark brown colors. Based on the test results, the color resistance to washing 40°C shows the level of color resistance of clove leaves using the ferrous sulfate fixator is good (value 4-5 from a scale of 5) and lime solution fixator is categorized as good (value 4-5 from scale 5). Meanwhile, the results of the color fastness test to light: day light using ferrous sulfate were found to be categorized as quite fairly good (value 3-4 from a scale of 5) and using lime solution was categorized as good (value 4 from a scale of 5). Based on these results, it can be concluded that the clove leaf extract can be used as an environmentally friendly dye for batik cloth and has local wisdom and added value for batik craftsmen.

  • The use of conversation fillers in English by Indonesian EFL Master’s students
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Sri Wuli Fitriati, S.Pd., M.Pd., Ph.D. ....The findings reveal that: (1) the students frequently used lexicalized fillers, followed by unlexicalized ones. The dominant lexicalized filler is so, whereas the dominant unlexicalized filler is emm, and (2) fillers produced by the students function as hesitation, empathizer, mitigation, time-creating devices, and editing term. The findings are further discussed with the theory of communicative competence. Finally, this article presents some pedagogical implications of this study on teaching speaking to learners of English as a foreign language.

  • Problematizing policy: A semantic history of the word ‘policy’ in the Indonesian language
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Zulfa Sakhiyya, S.Pd., M.Tesol., Ph.D. ….while the domain of policy has always been political, in the Indonesian context specifically, the term ‘policy’ itself has been politicized. Focusing on the keyword ‘policy’, I examine the selection, retention, and institutionalization of the word across policy speeches, policy documents, dictionaries, and public debates. I argue that the construction of the word policy as ‘wise’ has been made through the cloak of wisdom in order to build an apolitical image of policy processes. The insights from lexical semantics serve to enhance the debate in the cultural policy domain wherein policy discourse and the ambiguity of language plays a central role.

  • Interlanguage pragmatics failure among Javanese learners of Japanese
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Dr. Rina Supriatnaningsih, M. Pd. ....most students failed to build intercultural communication in Japanese conversation, due to their lack of socio-pragmatic knowledge. Based on the interview results, in daily communication, the students rarely used the Javanese speech act level of krama, instead using basa ngoko or Indonesian. These findings emphasize the socio-pragmatic concept, and more precisely the politeness principles other than the Keigo style, to students. This should minimize the violation of politeness maxims in the Japanese language.