The 9th AISOFOLL

 

Proceeding

 

The 9th AISOFOLL

“Bringing Multiliteracies to Language Teaching”

SEAMEO QITEP in Language

 

Editorial Board Advisor: Bambang Indriyanto

Editor in-Chief: Esra Nelvi M. Siagian, Sumharmoko

Managing Editor: Itra Safitri

Editor: Hasanatul Hamidah, Rina Dwiyana

Proceeding Writer: Limala Ratni Sri Kharismawati, M. Masrur Ridwan, Nirwansyah, Reni Anggraeni, Reski Alam Gasalba, Rizma Angga Puspita, Talitha Ardelia Syifa Rabbani

Cover Design: Erry Novriansyah

IT: Hana Alfiyanthi

Publisher: SEAMEO QITEP in Language

 

Atria Hotel Gading Serpong, South Tangerang, Indonesia

17–18 October 2018

 

Table of Contents

 

Cover                                                                                                                                                 i-v

Proceedings                                                                                                                                     1-58

Abstract and Full Papers

 

Keynote Speakers

Rethinking Language and Literacy Teaching in Schools and Universities: a Multi-literacies Model

Dr Andrew Miller

59

 

 

Developing Literacy Competence through Effective Language Teaching

Dr Bambang Indriyanto

60

 

Using Thinking Tools for Enhancing Critical Thinking Skills; An attempt of the Japanese-Language Speakers’ Forum in Indonesia

Junji KATAGIRI, PhD

61

 

 

Assessment of multimodal literacies: Some proposals

Libo GOU, PhD

62-64

 

The Impact of Language Literacy and Subject Literacy on School Students’ Further Educational Career Planning-Evidences from Indonesia

Dr Raimond Selke & Philip Streich, PhD

65-66

 

 

 

Presenters

Meningkatkan Keterampilan Menyimak Bahasa Arab dengan Memanfaatkan Aplikasi Kahoot (Praktek pada Siswa Bahasa Arab SMA Negeri 1 Malang)

Ahmad Makki Hasan

67-77

 

 

Kreasi Audio – Visual Peserta Didik sebagai Aplikasi Multiliterasi pada Pembelajaran Bahasa Arab di SMA Islam P.B. Soedirman 1 Bekasi

Aini Ummu Syukriya

78-94

 

 

Enhancing Student’s Critical Thinking through Investigation Multiliteracies Model in Contrastive Cultural Studies Classroom

Ajeng Dianing Kartika

95-105

 

 

Penerapan Model Pembelajaran Multiliterasi dalam Kelas Budaya untuk Murid Bahasa Indonesia untuk Penutur Asing (BIPA)

Aprilia Kristiana Tri Wahyuni

106-118

 

 

Senior High School Students’ Reflections: A Learning Model Approximating Multiliteracies in Teaching Language and Literature Subject

Ariel Pallaza Villar, PhD

119-135

 

 

Photovoice as Personal Learning Environment (PLE) Tools for Enhancing Multimodal Literacy

A’thi Fauzani Wisudawati, Prof. Dr Joko Nurkamto & Dr Nur Arifah Drajati

136-145

 

Pintar with Budi, Indonesian Language Learning Alternative at MTSN 1 Kota Subulussalam

Candra Sihotang

146-159

 

Penerapan Multiliterasi pada Kegiatan Pembelajaran Bahasa Perancis Melalui Lagu dan Drama Pendek Meningkatkan Kosakata

Diah Natalia

160-179

 

 

Boosting 4.0 Student Era through Online Multiliteracies Project Approach (eMULPA) in MTsN 6 PasuruanB

Eka Sugeng Ariadi

180-191

 

 

The Effects of Using Pictures Series in Improving Students’ Speaking Ability at X Grade of YAPIM Taruna Merek Senior High School

Elsa Hanani Br Barus

192-208

 

 

The Urgency of Teachers’ Understanding on Multiliteracies to Enhance Students’ Critical Thinking

Eneng Uswatun Hasanah

209-218

 

 

Implementing Multiliteracy in BIPA Learning at Yale University in the United States

Esra Nelvi M. Siagian

219-228

 

Multiliteracies in Automated Writing Evaluation Tool Experience for 21st Century Skills Instilment

Evi Karlina Ambarwati

229-239

 

 

Engaging Students in Their Own Learning of English Language

Gladys Valdez Concepcion

240-255

 

The Challenges and Limitations of Teaching-Learning Chinese Mandarin in Brunei Darussalam

Hjh A.B. Suria @ Hjh Hanisah Bte Haji Kula

256-286

 

Enhancing HOTS through Multi-literacy and Project based for Children Literacy

Dr Indrani Dewi Anggraini

287-294

 

Pemanfaatan Padlet dalam Pengajaran Kemahiran Menulis Bahasa Jerman

Julia Wulandari & Petra D. Ajeng K.R.

295-312

 

Promoting Multiliteracies Pedagogy through Video Project: EFL Students’ Perception

Laxmi Mustika Cakrawati

313-323

 

Identifying Moral Values in Reading Narrative Text through Animation Video among Students of MTs Al Mujahidin Samarinda

Muchlis

324-333

 

Fanfiction to Promote EFL Undergraduate Students’ Multiliteracies

Nita Novianti

334-345

 

“Kartu Susun dan Baca” Enjoyable Multiliteracy Strategy to Foster Structured Sentence Order (Strategi Baca Tulis)

Noer Fitriyanti

346-356

 

 

Multiliteracies in English Classes: What and How?

Dr Nurdiana

357-366

 

Multiliteracies in Reading Class: Exploring Classroom Experience from Students’ View

Ratnawati

367-375

 

Applying Multiliteracies Pedagogy to Help Shape Learners’ Good Character

Rini Silvana

376-389

 

A Scenario based Strategy on Teaching Speaking in an Indonesian Language Classroom for French Speakers in Paris

Rosida Erowati

390-414

 

 

Webquest: Media Pemelajaran berbasis Teknologi untuk Multiliterasi Pemelajar Generasi Z pada Pemelajaran Bahasa Jerman

Ryan Nuansa Dirga

415-431

 

 

Exploring Graphic Novel Reading as a Multiliteracies Implementation Strategy in an Indonesian Senior High School: Learners’ Voice

Teddy Fiktorius

432-442

 

 

The Implementation of Multiliteracies Approach to English Language Teaching for Middle School Students

Utari Nurhayati

443-455

 

 

Implementing the Pedagogy of Multiliteracies in an Indonesian Upper-Secondary English Classroom

Yulizar Komarawan

456-465

 

 

Empowering Learners to Produce Spoken Language through ICT and Multiliteracies

Yunalia Anugraheny

466-477

 

National Identity: Local Games as Media Japanese Language Learning

Zida Wahyuddin

478-490

 

 

Tentative Programme                                                                                                                 491-497