Persepsi Mahasiswa terhadap Pelaksanaan Perkuliahan Naḥwu dengan Sistem Daring

Al-Makrifah

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Title Persepsi Mahasiswa terhadap Pelaksanaan Perkuliahan Naḥwu dengan Sistem Daring
Persepsi Mahasiswa terhadap Pelaksanaan Perkuliahan Naḥwu dengan Sistem Daring
 
Creator Jundi, Muhammad
 
Subject Students’ perception
online lecture
naḥwu
Students' perception
online leture
naḥwu
 
Description This article aims to describe students’ perceptions of naḥwu 2 lecture with online system for 4th-semester students in the Arabic Language Department, IAIN Sultan Amai, Gorontalo. The study was conducted in a survey type with a qualitative approach. The data collection techniques used were questionnaires and interviews. Data were analyzed using qualitative data analysis techniques by Milles and Huberman, including data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and concluding. Research results: (1) Online lecture for naḥwu 2 is carried out with deductive methods in the form of lectures, memorizing Matn al-Ājurrūmīyah, and group material presentation; (2) As many as 46.15% of respondents stated that the material was not well presented. The influencing factors are group presentation and network quality. Only 53.85% of respondents stated that the understanding they got after attending naḥwu 2 lectures online was quite good. As many as 84.62% of respondents stated that memorization of the matn had a positive effect on understanding the material and the ability to take words. According to them, online lecture are considered ineffective in naḥwu 2. The retention of the material they get is not comparable to the funds they spend on internet quota needs during naḥwu 2 online lecture.
This article aims to describe students’ perceptions of naḥwu 2 lecture with online system for 4th-semester students in the Arabic Language Department, IAIN Sultan Amai, Gorontalo. The study was conducted in a survey type with a qualitative approach. The data collection techniques used were questionnaires and interviews. Data were analyzed using qualitative data analysis techniques by Milles and Huberman, including data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and concluding. Research results: (1) Online lecture for naḥwu 2 is carried out with deductive methods in the form of lectures, memorizing Matn al-Ājurrūmīyah, and group material presentation; (2) As many as 46.15% of respondents stated that the material was not well presented. The influencing factors are group presentation and network quality. Only 53.85% of respondents stated that the understanding they got after attending naḥwu 2 lectures online was quite good. As many as 84.62% of respondents stated that memorization of the matn had a positive effect on understanding the material and the ability to take words. According to them, online lecture are considered ineffective in naḥwu 2. The retention of the material they get is not comparable to the funds they spend on internet quota needs during naḥwu 2 online lecture.
 
Publisher Universitas Negeri Jakarta
 
Date 2020-10-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jba/article/view/16215
10.21009/almakrifah.17.02.01
 
Source Al-Ma‘rifah: Jurnal Budaya, Bahasa, dan Sastra Arab; Vol 17 No 2 (2020): Al-Ma'rifah: Jurnal Budaya, Bahasa, dan Sastra Arab; 105 - 118
Al-Ma‘rifah: Jurnal Budaya, Bahasa, dan Sastra Arab; Vol 17 No 2 (2020): Al-Ma'rifah: Jurnal Budaya, Bahasa, dan Sastra Arab; 105 - 118
2597-8551
1693-5764
10.21009/almakrifah.17.02
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jba/article/view/16215/9454
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Muhammad Jundi
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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