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The use of Edmodo in teaching writing in a blended learning setting
P Purnawarman, S Susilawati, W Sundayana
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 5 (2), 242-252, 2016
1922016
Contextual teaching and learning approach to teaching writing
I Satriani, E Emilia, MH Gunawan
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 2 (1), 10-22, 2012
1622012
BLENDED LEARNING: STUDENT PERCEPTION OF FACE-TO-FACE AND ONLINE EFL LESSONS
BM Wright
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJAL) 7 (1), 64-71, 2017
1242017
Learner autonomy in the Indonesian EFL settings
N Sri Lengkanawati
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 6 (2), 222-231, 2017
121*2017
Teaching challenges in Indonesia: Motivating students and teachers’ classroom language
Y Yulia
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 3 (1), 1-16, 2013
1172013
Reading habits and preferences of EFL post graduates: A case study
NM Noor
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 1 (1), 1-9, 2011
1032011
EMPLOYERS’ VIEWS ON IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH PROFICIENCY AND COMMUNICATION SKILL FOR EMPLOYABILITY IN MALAYSIA
S Ting, E Marzuki, K Chuah, J Misieng, C Jerome
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJAL) 7 (2), 315-327, 2017
1012017
Traces of cultures in English textbooks for primary education
B Hermawan, L Noerkhasanah
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 1 (2), 49-61, 2012
942012
How do students become self-directed learners in the EFL flipped-class pedagogy? A study in higher education
Z Zainuddin, H Habiburrahim, S Muluk, CM Keumala
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 8 (3), 678-690, 2019
932019
Interlanguage and error fossilization: a study of Indonesian students learning English as a foreign
E Fauziati
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 1 (1), 23-38, 2011
762011
THE AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT TO MEASURE STUDENTS’ ENGLISH PRODUCTIVE SKILLS BASED ON 2013 CURRICULUM
LADE Rukmini, D. Saputri
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJAL) 7 (2), 263-273, 2017
73*2017
Autonomous English learning: Teachers’ and students’ perceptions
K Khotimah, U Widiati, M Mustofa, MF Ubaidillah
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 9 (2), 371-381, 2019
622019
The use of politeness strategies in the classroom context by English university students
M Mahmud
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 8 (3), 597-606, 2019
592019
INVESTIGATING ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS IN DEVELOPING TPACK AND MULTIMODAL LITERACY
NA Drajati, L Tan, S Haryati, D Rochsantiningsih, H Zainnuri
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJAL) 7 (3), 575-582, 2018
582018
A descriptive study on the teacher talk at EYL classroom
L Setiawati
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 1 (2), 33-48, 2012
572012
Engaging young learners of English with digital stories: Learning to mean
RPD Lestariyana, HP Widodo
Indonesian journal of applied linguistics 8 (2), 489-495, 2018
562018
Thinking critically while storytelling: Improving children’s HOTS and English oral competence
S Setyarini, AB Muslim, D Rukmini, I Yuliasri, Y Mujianto
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 8 (1), 189-197, 2018
552018
The praxis of digital literacy in the EFL classroom: Digital-immigrant vs digital-native teacher
N Kurniawati, EH Maolida, AG Anjaniputra
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 8 (1), 28-37, 2018
542018
A process-genre approach to teaching writing report text to senior high school students
D Pujianto, E Emilia, SM Ihrom
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 4 (1), 99-110, 2014
522014
Gender construction in visual images in textbooks for primary school students
IL Damayanti
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 3 (2), 100-116, 2014
512014
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