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Language Teaching Evaluation: What Do We Need To Measure?

SEAMEO QITEP in Language

Editorial Board Advisor: Dr Bambang Indriyanto

Editor in-Chief: Endang Nilla P., Indrani D. Anggraini

Managing Editor: Estiningsih Suprandini, Talitha Ardelia Syifa R., Winda Mariam S.

Editor: Itra Safitri, Nirwansyah, Rahadian Adetya, Rizma Angga Puspita, Susi Fauziah

Graphic Designer: Erry Novriansyah, Nanda Pramuchtia

IT: Hana Alfiyanthi

Publisher: SEAMEO QITEP in Language

Santika Hotel, Depok, West Java, Indonesia

2-3 November 2016

Table of Contents



Abstract and Full Papers

A. Keynote Speakers

Plenary Session 1

Evaluation-The Weakest Link in The Language Curriculum Continuum

Ang-Tay May Yin, PhD


JF Japanese E-Learning Minato – a Place to Learn and Meet




B. Presenter

I. Parallel session 1 – Room 1

Implementation of Computer Based Multimedia in Class Production Orale Pré Élémentaire

Dr Evi Eviyanti


Process of Students’ Attitude Change toward Portfolios Introduced in JF Language Courses: Toward New possibility of Assessing



The Effect of Portfolio Assessment and Creativity on Student Achievement of Writing English Narrative Text

Anita, MPd


II. Parallel session 1 – Room 2

Assessment on the Basis of Competence knowledge of Writing of French Language

Dra Diah Natalia


Using Rubrics in Assessing Students Writing to Enhance Students’ Awareness of the Instructional Goals

Hamamah, PhD and Ika Nurhayani, PhD


Authentic Assessmentas an Alternative Assessment toward variety of English in English Language Teaching

Megawati, SPd


III. Parallel session 1 – Room 3

Developing Communicative Language Test and High order Thinking Skils for Vocational Senior High School

Drs Andri Defrioka, MPd


English Teachers’ Perception on the Assessment of Pronounciationin Oral Communication Classes

Nurdiana, SPsi, MHum


Implementing Task-Based Learning and Assessment in Writing and Students’ Response as an Evaluation to The Teacher’s Learning Process

Raden Rara Dewi Sartika, MPd


Developing Authentic Assessment for Elementary School Students’ Arabic Language Competence

Raswan, MPd, MPdI


IV. Parallel session 1 – Room 4

The Relationship Between Students’ Writing Habit, Grammar mastery, and Their Writing Skill in Descriptive Text

Iffah Saliimah, MPd


Correlation Between Internet in Japanese Song with the Ability of Listening

Sri Aju Indrowati, MPd


The Influence of The Laotian Mother Tongue on Indonesian Alphabet Pronounciation (Comparative Historical Research on Indonesia Learning Program at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia (KBRI) in Lao PDR

Sri Astuti, MPd


Different Approaches to Classroom Action Reserah: from Execution to Reporting

Dr Ardi Marwan



V. Parallel session 2 – Room 1

The Meaning behind Word Arigatou in Japanese

Dra Nalti Novianti, MSi


The Mastery of Emoticon Word by the Students of Indonesian Language for Foreigners

Mirta Nuril Maghfiroh


Indonesian Language Learning Innovation for Foreign Speakers (BIPA) in Writing Aspect based on Cultural Consevation Through Strategy in Writing Rhymes

U’um Qomariyah, SPd, MHum



VI. Parallel session 2 – Room 2

Total Physical Response as an Ice-Breaker in Foreign Language Class

Maya Rizky Fauzia, MPd


Improving Students’ Storytelling Skill on Elemenary School by using Take and Give Methods based Enviromental Education

Nia Budiana, MPd


R and P Learning Model based on Contemporary Puppet Show for the Students of Bahasa Indonesia for Non-Native Speakkers to Improve the Understanding of Indonesian Culture

Dr Nugraheni Eko Wardhani, MHum


Peningkatan Kemampuan Berbicara Bahasa Mandarin Melalui Model Pembelajaran Quantum Learning

Nurina Delia Utami, SPd


VII. Parallel session 2 – Room 3

The Use of Oral Communication Strategies Across Students of Different Proficiencies

Siti Rohani, SPd, MPd, PhD


Materi Ajar Berbicara Bahasa Mandarin Berbasis Pendekatan Kuantum

Tri Budianingsih


Story Telling Cerita Fabel Berwawasan Budi Pekerti dengan Media Boneka Tangan sebagai Implementasi kesantunan Berbahasa

Wati Istanti, MPd



VIII. Parallel session 2 – Room 4

The English Writing Ability of Indonesian Scientists

Dr Yudi Setyaningsih and Prof Dr Eugenius Sadtono


A Study of the Arabic Academic Writing Problems of Islamic University Students

Zakiya Arifa, MPd


Peer Review = Critical Thinking and Academic Writing Skills

Dra Cessi Triani, MPd


Students’ Speaking Ability Reflected in Guiding Practice

Melany, SSTPar, MMTr


Symposium Programme