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Ahmad Bukhori Muslim
Ahmad Bukhori Muslim
Professor of Educational Linguistics, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
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Synchronous online discussion: teaching English in higher education amidst the covid-19 pandemic
AB Rinekso, AB Muslim
JEES (Journal of English Educators Society) 5 (2), 155-162, 2020
722020
Thinking critically while storytelling: Improving children's HOTS and English oral competence
Y Setyarini, S., Muslim, A. B. Rukmini, D., Yuliasri, I. & Mujiyanto
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 8 (1), 189-197, 2018
542018
Integrative and instrumental but low investment: The English learning motivation of Indonesian senior high school students
AB Muslim, FA Hamied, D Sukyadi
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 9 (3), 493-507, 2020
152020
Synchronous online discussion: teaching English in higher education amidst the covid-19 pandemic. JEES (Journal of English Educators Society), 5 (2), 155–162
AB Rinekso, AB Muslim
142020
Heritage narratives, motivation to learn English, and the development of national identity: An Indonesian perspective
AB Muslim
The Journal of Asia TEFL 14 (3), 414-429, 2017
132017
Navigating between ethnic and religious identity: Heritage language maintenance among young Australians of Indonesian origin
AB Muslim, J Brown
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 6 (1), 144-155, 2016
72016
Teaching online in pandemic time: the experience of indonesian efl teachers
AB Rinekso, AB Muslim, O Lesagia
ETERNAL (English, Teaching, Learning, and Research Journal) 7 (1), 117-134, 2021
62021
Locality and self-identity: Local story inclusion in Indonesian English text-books
AB Muslim, N Nafisah, IL Damayanti
A conference proceeding at the International Seminar on Language and Culture …, 2009
62009
I start learning English through speaking”: Social agency demand and inter-school readiness for Indonesian young English learners
S Setyarini, B Musthafa, AB Muslim
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 10 (1), 218-225, 2020
52020
Redefining EFL (English as a Foreign Language) Teachers' Roles in Technology-Integrated Instruction
A Karimah, AB Muslim
Proceedings of the 2019 5th International Conference on Education and …, 2019
42019
Sundanese language survival among Indonesian diaspora families in Melbourne, Australia
A Muslim
International Journal of Education 8 (2), 89-102, 2015
32015
Acculturation, identification and hybridity: cultural identity negotiation among young Australians of Indonesian origin
A Bukhori Muslim
Monash University, 2015
32015
Locality and self identity
AB Muslim, N Nafisah, IL Damayanti
Indonesia University of Education (UPI, 2009), 2009
32009
The Challenges Faced by Teachers in Teaching English in The Current Curriculum Change
G Sakkir, A Abduh, M Andrew, AB Muslim, Y Yasdin
Seminar Nasional LP2M UNM, 0
2
Linguistic hegemony in global recognition: English-mediated internationalisation at Indonesian higher education institutions
AB Muslim, D Suherdi, EDA Imperiani
Policy Futures in Education, 14782103211037285, 2022
12022
Qurʾanic Figurative Language to Develop High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) and Religious Tolerance among Language Learners
M Asʾad, AB Muslim, WRA Bin-Hady
Al-Bayan: Journal of Qur'an and Hadith Studies 19 (2), 173-199, 2021
12021
Grounding in Online Communication
H Apriliani, AB Muslim
Thirteenth Conference on Applied Linguistics (CONAPLIN 2020), 209-216, 2021
12021
Impoliteness in English as a Foreign Language Virtual Classroom: The Strategies and Its intentions
E Amaliah, AB Muslim
Thirteenth Conference on Applied Linguistics (CONAPLIN 2020), 150-155, 2021
12021
Indonesian parental perspectives of international school partnerships involving millennial learners
AB Muslim, H Salim, S Setyarini
Journal of Research in International Education 19 (2), 106-119, 2020
12020
Qur’anic Perspective on Empowering Humanistic Foreign Language Teaching
M As’ad, AB Muslim, IG Budiharjo
Al-Bayan: Journal of Qur'an and Hadith Studies 17 (2), 168-194, 2019
12019
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