Intan mohd ariff albakri

Intan mohd ariff albakri
Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) | upsi · Department of English Language and Literature

PhD, University of Cambridge

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Publications (65)
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A systematic review was carried out to examine the evaluation criteria in textbook evaluation checklists for evaluating ESL/EFL textbooks worldwide and to identify gaps and additional criteria that could be included in future textbook evaluation checklists in order to meet the demands of current teaching and learning situations. Two databases-Scopu...
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This study investigates the challenges encountered by Malaysian English language novice teachers throughout the initial years of their teaching. This study also explores the support received by these novice teachers at the beginning of their careers. The mixed-method research design was adopted for this study. A number of 80 novice teachers partici...
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Per its English curriculum, vocabulary instruction is only integrated indirectly in the teaching of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills in Malaysian schools. ESL learners then may overlook the variety of meanings that a word and its spelling can offer. This research aims to describe the effects of the explicit approach of vocabulary in...
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During COVID-19 pandemic, alternative learning arrangements have been applied and used, so that it is possible to perform distance learning. Teachers have typically changed their teaching practises from conventional classroom meetings to distance learning by using electronic equipment, either online or offline. Internet networks have been the corne...
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This study investigates the issues in mentoring practise based on pre-service English language teachers’ perspectives about their mentoring experience. This study involved 56 pre-service teachers who had completed their practicum. The study used a quantitative data collection method whereby a questionnaire survey was distributed to the research par...
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Although there are several studies conducted by linguistics researchers on the differences between the linguistic styles of female and male writers, there are not many studies conducted on the use of boosters in academic writing. Boosters are used to convince and emphasize statements made. This study analyzes the regularity of boosters used in the...
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Although there are several studies conducted by linguistics researchers on the differences between the linguistic styles of female and male writers, there are not many studies conducted on the use of boosters in academic writing. Boosters are used to convince and emphasize statements made. This study analyzes the regularity of boosters used in the...
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Vocabulary is often neglected despite being one of the most crucial aspects of language acquisition. Due to the lack of emphasis on vocabulary learning, ESL students have issues in learning the English language effectively, which resulted in low-level language proficiency. Hence, this paper attempts to address this problem by introducing Visual Voc...
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Vocabulary is often neglected despite being one of the most crucial aspects of language acquisition. Due to the lack of emphasis on vocabulary learning, ESL students have issues in learning the English language effectively, which resulted in low-level language proficiency. Hence, this paper attempts to address this problem by introducing Visual Voc...
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This study aims to identify and examine early mathematical concepts based on mathematical terminology and early mathematical skills among children and teachers of the PERMATA Anak Negara Centres. This study also investigates the pedagogical practices by the teachers on how to overcome vague terminology and children skills procedure in the teaching...
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ABSTRAK Tujuan-Kajian ini bertujuan mengenal pasti pedagogi guru awal Matematik dalam kalangan kanak-kanak di Pusat Anak PERMATA Negara (PAPN) dan mengenal pasti sejauh manakah pendekatan leksis berdasarkan Teori Prosodi Semantik dapat menjelaskan kekaburan kemahiran prosedur dan terminologi awal Matematik.
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This qualitative research was carried out to investigate a group of pre-service ESL teachers’ perceptions of their participation in a virtual community to facilitate their willingness to communicate. Positive Psychology was employed as the theoretical framework. Using the hybrid approach to analyse the findings, preliminary analysis revealed that t...
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In this study, pre-service teaching refers to teaching English as a second language (TESL) to Malaysian students whose first language is not English. TESL prepares English-language learners to become future teachers of English as a second language. To date, no multi-criteria framework has been developed to evaluate and select the skills of pre-serv...
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The aim of this study is to assess the teaching practices of Malay Language teachers in implementing the elements of higher-order thinking skills in the teaching and learning This study used a qualitative approach using the observation method to elicit data from a study sample consisting of six Malay Language teachers from several schools with as s...
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This study described the necessity for teaching pragmatic in EFL classroom, research on pragmatics in EFL learning and teaching. The study was presented by a public curriculum lead that prioritizes the necessity for teaching students' pragmatic to increase their ability to use language successfully in social and academic communications. Additionall...
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Presently, the control to master the English language has become prominent in academia, research and commercial attention. Therefore, many non-English speaking countries, including Arab countries such as Iraq, are striving to develop their education systems in teaching pragmatic aspects as speech act of request in classroom, and speech act of reque...
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This paper explained English students' pragmatics development, students' pragmatics competence in chosen speech acts, request strategies that they used in gaining pragmatic ability. The paper was presented by a public syllabus lead that prioritizes the need for English learners to improve their ability to utilize request strategies successfully in...
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Reflection is a prospective alternative in exploring student teachers’ thinking during practicum. The data gained from student teachers’ reflection are significant in informing teacher education programs on how to equip pre-service teachers to become quality teachers. It is also crucial in addressing issues and conflicts highlighted by student teac...
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The Malaysian education system has emphasized on the importance of producing students as thinking individuals in order to survive in the global era today. The i-Think program which was introduced in schools consists of eight cognitive teaching tools known as thinking maps that teachers can use to mediate students’ thinking, learning, and promote me...
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This case study presents the reflection and perceptions of twelve pre-service ESL teachers from Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) on the use of self-developed ELT resources and materials for language classrooms courses in real classroom environments. This study explores the pre-service teachers’ cognition, which is defined as an integrated...
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Blended learning is seen as a catalyst to the recent advances in education. Hence, it is important to conduct studies which examine the effectiveness of blended learning among ESL tertiary level students. This case study examined the blended learning experience of 20 ESL students who were taking an ESL writing course at Universiti Teknologi MARA us...
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Assessing the ICT competency among Postgraduate students in the Higher Learning Institutions (HLI) is crucial. Therefore this paper presents in detail the process of developing an instrument to assess the competency in ICT which is called ICTC-Test (Information Communication Technology Competency Test). The details are on the utilization of the sev...
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This paper presents the findings on the types of anxiety experienced by forty undergraduates in learning English. They were also asked the strategies they used to cope with the anxiety experienced throughout the English Language courses took at tertiary level. Questionnaires were used to collect their responses. The findings revealed that a majorit...
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This case study analyzes the use of students' personal self-reflective blog for academic writing activities among ESL tertiary level students at MARA University of Technology. The study was conducted for a period of eight weeks among 18 ESL students who were taking an ESL English proficiency course which include an academic writing skill. The blog...
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This case study analyzes the use of students’ personal self-reflective blog for academic writing activities among ESL tertiary level students at MARA University of Technology. The study was conducted for a period of eight weeks among 18 ESL students who were taking an ESL English proficiency course which include an academic writing skill. The blog...
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This paper presents a case study that investigated and compared the pedagogical strategies used by two experienced teachers with regards to language teaching in content-based instruction subjects in a secondary school in Malaysia. The respective content-based subjects are the teaching of Science in English Language and the teaching of English for S...
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Malaysian University English Test (MUET) is an examination or a test taken by ESL tertiary students in Malaysia as a prerequisite to further studies in Bachelors Programs in Malaysian Universities. The aim of this study is to find out whether informal exposure to English Language has a significant positive correlation towards their achievemen...
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"This study investigates the use of SOWLR (Selected Online Writing Resources) among ESL Tertiary level students who were taking a General English proficiency course known as BEL 200 at MARA University of Technology Malaysia. SOWLR is part of the online writing elements provided for the students using a LMS (Learning Management System). Specificall...
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This study analyses ESL students’ facilitators’ perceptions regarding the students involvement in a special community service project called “Project Tutor” which is carried out in order to help some primary students from a rural school to be more interested in learning English. The project is regarded as a win-win situation for both groups as the...
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This study analyses ESL students’ facilitators’ perceptions regarding the students involvement in a special community service project called “Project Tutor” which is carried out in order to help some primary students from a rural school to be more interested in learning English. The project is regarded as a win-win situation for both groups as the...
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The study mainly seeks to discover ESL tertiary students from MARA University of Technology's level of writing apprehension and attitude towards academic writing as perceived by their writing instructors. The research tools used were in the form of questionnaire and interview. Results indicated that many of the students are apprehensive towards wri...
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This is an Award Winning Book (Winner of Gold Medal Under Innovation Category at The Invention, Innovation and Design Competition 2013) "Preface: Developing language skills through theme-based instruction ESL teachers often face students who are not motivated to learn the language. The students are reluctant to participate in class and sadly, t...
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Presently, tertiary students are encouraged to be involved in community service projects. The aim is to upgrade the students’ social and academic development. The study looks at how UiTM Johor students’ involvement in the university community service project (SK Melayu Raya Project) has helped them to be more motivated to improve their English spea...
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Oral communication is vital because it provides a basis for growth in reading, writing and listening activities. However many ESL students even at university level are reluctant to speak in English and this maybe due to the fact that many of them are quite weak in the skill and they lack the opportunities to participate in English – based activitie...
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This paper discusses the fundamental elements of inquiry-based learning. Inquiry is a multifaceted activity that guides learners to inquire or generate meaningful questions that lead to the relevant answers. In inquiry learning learners are shown how knowledge is generated and transmitted and how they can acquire the knowledge and skills necessary...

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