Pupung Purnawarman

Pupung Purnawarman
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia | UPI · Department of English Education

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p class="Abstract"> Given the prolonged pandemic situation that forced schools to run online in both synchronous and asynchronous modes has impacted some changes in either teaching practice or conducting the assessment. With the limited timetable provided to each school subject, there is a significant adjustment that the teachers should take to ma...
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A review of literature on mobile technology in EFL learning environment has indicated the growth, trends and practices of smartphones and mobile apps adoption both in classroom and outside classroom settings. However, little has been known on how EFL teachers perceived such trends and current practices and how they plan for future teaching. This st...
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Vocational teacher education and training in Indonesia are one of the essential pillars for guaranteeing quality in the learning processes which are carried out in vocational secondary schools. TVET teacher education and training in Indonesia is a cross-sectoral field of responsibility for vocational teachers, for the pre-service TVET Teacher Train...
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Teachers’ autonomy allows teachers to be in charge of their teaching, from preparing syllabuses, teaching materials, and evaluation. For elementary school teachers, this autonomy is essential since this level of education is fundamental to the lifelong learning process. Teachers’ autonomy can also be a form of professional action that leads to prof...
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p class="abstrak">Language testing development intervened with cognitive processes and higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) has impacted the English tests, included Indonesian university entrance exams within a decade. State universities in Indonesia which are in demand to the high quality of their candidates have conducted a highly reputable entran...
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The entrance exams, particularly the English questions, are believed to qualify candidates’ comprehension and critical thinking skills. Therefore, the investigation to university exams in Indonesia became significantly important. As a matter of fact, studies on entrance exams were rare and the trends of English questions in the exams were known a l...
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Assessment as an essential part of teaching and learning might be perceived differently by teachers, whereas teachers' conception of assessment influences strategies and implementation of assessment. The International Baccalaureate curriculum is one of the international curricula widely used with its own assessment principles and implementation. Th...
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During online learning in Covid-19 outbreak, self-regulation is needed more due to the different learning situation and distance between student and teacher. One of the ways to support student self-regulated learning in EFL classes is through the implementation of formative assessment. The aim of this study is to find out the formative assessment t...
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The rapid dissemination of information through the printing press has shifted in the 21st century as the digital text has become so widespread. In this century, the text comes from various modalities, ranging from traditional texts to technology-based texts. Students are expected to develop a high level of digital use. The challenge of preparing st...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the students actual foreign language needs (Masuhara, 1998: 239-260) , namely : first, personal needs which focus on their personal information and second, learning needs covers five points, to be exact: learning attitude, learning preferences regarding activities, teaching media and topics in the EFL class...
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This study was aimed at investigating the influencing factors on students’ English proficiency levels based on Cambridge English Tests for Children and Young Learners. A preliminary survey was undertaken to select the sample of elementary schools that offered English as a subject. As many as 157 students who sat in Grades 4, 5, and 6 from nine elem...
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The availability of teaching resources is one of important factors to create successful lessons in teaching English to young learners (TEYL). Teachers can use flashcards, toys, songs, rhymes, books, audio visual materials, digital recourses and others to support teaching and learning process. Ready-made materials are available in stores, however th...
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The pandemic corona virus 2019 (COVID-19) has become an international concern and poses challenges to psychological resilience in all fields, one of which is education. Therefore an effective learning strategy is needed to deal with this pandemic. The purpose of this study was to survey students spread across various universities in Indonesia and M...
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Since 1960, technology has been used as one of educational tools to help teachers in teaching learning process. In the context of foreign language teaching, technology is utilized for various reasons and purposes. A questionnaire was distributed to 150 English as foreign Language (EFL) teachers in West Java to investigate the use of technology in t...
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Integrating ICT in the teaching of English as a foreign language is nothing new. ICT integration through Web 2.0, particularly the application of YouTube, is beneficial to ease the implementation process through an E-learning platform. However, the description of the milestone of the application of YouTube for EFL E-learning remains underexplored....
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Abstract— The ubiquity of technology offers promising benefits of its integration in educational sector. Yet, little is known about the rationale underlying teachers’ decisions concerning their educational uses within the constraints of daily classroom practice. This study aims at exploring teach-rs’ consideration in choosing certain technology too...
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The research aimed at investigating students’ perceptions and experiences of using Google Docs in the translation class. Google Docs provided characteristics that can be used to promote peer interaction. However, the use of Google Docs as teaching and learning media was rarely conducted and still limited to teaching writing in Indonesia. Google Doc...
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The present study made use of Cambridge Online English Test for Children and Young Learner to explore how young learners perceived the implementation of an online test and to what extent the ICT backgrounds and English exposures correlated to their online English test achievement. Three data collection strategies were used to gather the data that i...
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Lack of teachers’ understanding in students’ learning styles and their teaching could cause unfacilitated teaching methods for example through the use of traditional lecturing methods. This issue brings the importance of this research objective to investigate teachers’ perceptions about learning style, their teaching, and the applied methods in the...
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The curriculum 2013 is the latest Indonesia curriculum that requires students to have 4 C’s learning (Critical thinking, Collaboration, Creativity and Communica-tion) as demanding of 21st century need. Especially for vocational school students, they have to be mastered in English as one of requirement for them to be involved in workforce. In the cu...
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Vocabulary Learning Strategies and knowledge of affixes have long been considered to have influence on learners’ vocabulary learning. However, how they relate to each other seems to have drawn little attention. This current study was intended to explore the frequency of vocabulary learning strategies used by Indonesian high school students, to find...
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Mobile assisted learning especially in language learning gives both benefits and challenges in optimizing students' outputs toward learning targets. We investigated the influence of mobile applications as learning assistance which can help students improve their speaking skill and critical thinking in English language learning. Convergent parallel...
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A good and appropriate learning process will motivate learners, and will eventually have an impact on improved learning outcomes. The researchers conducted an investigation into the influence of interest and motivation on learning outcomes of Korean Education Study Program students in a state university in Indonesia in the particular subject of Lan...
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Various informations and knowledge including English lesson can easily be accessed. It gives a large opportuniy to the students to take benefts from the use of technology to up grade their English ability. However, most of EFL students seem only use technology for entertainment needs rather than for learning English. Therefore, the objectives of th...
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Washback refers to influences of testing on teaching and learning. In Thailand and Indonesia, washback of the Ordinary National Educational Test (O-NET) and Ujian Nasional (UN) inevitably occurs on teaching and learning in classrooms at every level. This present study aims to explore and compare the washback effects of the O-NET and UN on English l...
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p>This research investigated whether the 2013 curriculum English electronic book (e-book) ‘Think Globally Act Locally’ was categorized as a good quality e-book and how the e-book represented the criteria of a good quality e-book. By using the principle of qualitative research, a criteria checklist was used as the research instrument. The result sho...
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Teachers play a pivotal role in designing lessons, choosing and selecting suitable technology tools to engage students in various types of authentic tasks and problem solving activities essential for their lifelong skills. In integrating technology into their lessons, teachers are required to have technological, pedagogical and content knowledge (T...
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This study aimed to expose the Indonesian online learners’ learning strategies used in MOOC and investigated the relationship between the learning strategies and learner-instructor interaction in MOOC. The method employed was quantitative research and used the correlational study. The data for this study were collected from 500 Indonesian online le...
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This paper aims to investigate the application of self-directed feedback in a writing classroom in terms of how it may affect their skills in writing and the students� response to it. The study was conducted in one of public high schools in Bandung, taking nine students of a science class as the participants. It employs a case study which is using...
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The advancement of technology provides education with varioussolutions to create new learning environments. Edmodo as a learning platform is believed to offera solution in the teaching of English, particularly for teaching writing. This research was aimed to investigate how Edmodo as a learning platform,in a blended learning setting, was implemente...
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Surprisingly, electronic portfolio requirements are not widespread in ET/IT programs surveyed in the U.S. Of those programs that are implementing this assessment method, only two are using portfolio assessment correctly, supporting assessment validity and reliability by providing descriptive evaluation criteria and requiring reflective elements. Ru...

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To examine how EFL sudents reason as depicted in their arguments and to identify the emergence of logical fallacies