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    Authors: Siti Rahmahyana Rahman; Nurhamdah Nurhamdah; Munawir Munawir;

    The lack of familiarity among students with learning English word pronunciation is a pressing issue that needs immediate attention. Mastering both the meaning and pronunciation of vocabulary is crucial. Many students aspire to speak English with a good accent, and they would greatly benefit from additional resources to practice pronunciation. One such solution is the Elsa Speak Application, which has proven effective in addressing students’ pronunciation difficulties. In this research conducted at LIBAM IAIN Parepare, an experiment design using pre and posttests was implemented with a sample of 15 students selected through cluster random sampling. The results indicated that students’ pronunciation at LIBAM was initially categorized as poor in the pretest (score: 52.00), but significantly improved to a very good category in the posttest (score: 82.00). The indicators focused on vowel and consonant sounds, as well as word and sentence stress. The analysis of the improvement demonstrated that the null hypothesis was rejected (t-value: 2.497 > 1.345), confirming the acceptance of the alternative hypothesis. Therefore, the research concluded that there was a noticeable improvement in students’ pronunciation using the Elsa Speak Application at LIBAM IAIN Parepare.

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  • Authors: Muhammad Syahrin IAIN Parepare;

    This article discusses the use of the Notion application media in improving student learning outcomes in the subjects of Islamic Religious Education and Ethics class XI SMK Negeri 1 Tutar. This study aims to determine whether the use of Notion application media can improve student learning outcomes in the subjects of Islamic Religious Education and Ethics class XI at SMK Negeri 1 Tutar, Polewali Mandar District. The research used is Classroom Action Research (PTK) or Classroom Action Research, which is a research model from Kurt Lewin, which is in the form of a spiral from the first cycle to the next cycle. Each cycle includes planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. The flow is: (1) problem identification, where the researcher determines the problem to be studied; (2) Planning, namely researchers prepare action plans / solutions to solve problems; (3) Implementation, namely researchers carry out actions that have been formulated in the RPP; (4) Observation, namely researchers observe the behavior of students in participating in learning activities; (5) Reflection, in which the researcher records the results of observations and evaluates the results of observations. Based on the results of this research, it is expected for teachers to be more creative in developing learning media, especially the development of notification application media.

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  • Authors: Mahdiyah Mahdiyah; Awaluddin Tjalla; Sri Mulianah;

    Kampus merdeka belajar kampus merdeka program (MBKM) is a policy issued by the government as a solution to current problems and developments. This study aims to find a correlation between the implementation of MBKM and the impact of MBKM on the IAIN Parepare academic community. This study is a quantitative study using a correlation method involving the academic community consisting of students, educational staff and educational staff as a population. A perception and readiness questionnaire with a five-point Likert scale was distributed to 100 samples with details of 25 teaching staff (lecturers), 25 educational staff and 50 students via a Google form link distributed via social media (WhatsApp). The collected data was analyzed using the Spearman Rank correlation analysis technique. The results of the study show that lecturers' perceptions are 0.553 times better than education staff's perceptions regarding the implementation of the MBKM program and impact. Student perceptions are 0.507 times better than education staff's perceptions regarding the implementation and impact of the MBKM program.

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  • Authors: Maming, Khadijah; Sianna; Hasman; Maria Elaine A Cabuso; +1 Authors

    This study aimed to find out the students’ perception on English meeting club to support their English-speaking skill. The subject of this study were students at Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Parepare who are the members of English meeting club in LIBAM (Lintas Imajinasi Bahasa Mahasiswa). This study was case study of descriptive qualitative. There are seven students participated as research respondent. This study used interview as a research instrument. From the result of interview, majority of students had the perception that the English club was able to improve their speaking skill. They experienced development when speaking English in English meeting club such as no longer filler words anymore, can pronounce words properly, speaking correctly and know more about grammar. In addition, after joining English meeting club, they become more confident to speak in front of people. They also taught and trained to teach English at the junior and senior high school which is called TOT (Training of Trainer) in preparation for becoming tutor in the school-built program and English camp provided by LIBAM in several schools. The researchers concluded that the students had the perception that the English club was able to improve and support in developing English speaking skill. They are also more interested being taught by cheerful tutors in informal situations preferred in regular class, so the English meeting club provides students with a place to practice speaking English well without fear of making mistakes and it is appropriate media to improve students' speaking skill.

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    Authors: Siti Rahmahyana Rahman; Nurhamdah Nurhamdah; Munawir Munawir;

    The lack of familiarity among students with learning English word pronunciation is a pressing issue that needs immediate attention. Mastering both the meaning and pronunciation of vocabulary is crucial. Many students aspire to speak English with a good accent, and they would greatly benefit from additional resources to practice pronunciation. One such solution is the Elsa Speak Application, which has proven effective in addressing students’ pronunciation difficulties. In this research conducted at LIBAM IAIN Parepare, an experiment design using pre and posttests was implemented with a sample of 15 students selected through cluster random sampling. The results indicated that students’ pronunciation at LIBAM was initially categorized as poor in the pretest (score: 52.00), but significantly improved to a very good category in the posttest (score: 82.00). The indicators focused on vowel and consonant sounds, as well as word and sentence stress. The analysis of the improvement demonstrated that the null hypothesis was rejected (t-value: 2.497 > 1.345), confirming the acceptance of the alternative hypothesis. Therefore, the research concluded that there was a noticeable improvement in students’ pronunciation using the Elsa Speak Application at LIBAM IAIN Parepare.

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  • Authors: Muhammad Syahrin IAIN Parepare;

    This article discusses the use of the Notion application media in improving student learning outcomes in the subjects of Islamic Religious Education and Ethics class XI SMK Negeri 1 Tutar. This study aims to determine whether the use of Notion application media can improve student learning outcomes in the subjects of Islamic Religious Education and Ethics class XI at SMK Negeri 1 Tutar, Polewali Mandar District. The research used is Classroom Action Research (PTK) or Classroom Action Research, which is a research model from Kurt Lewin, which is in the form of a spiral from the first cycle to the next cycle. Each cycle includes planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. The flow is: (1) problem identification, where the researcher determines the problem to be studied; (2) Planning, namely researchers prepare action plans / solutions to solve problems; (3) Implementation, namely researchers carry out actions that have been formulated in the RPP; (4) Observation, namely researchers observe the behavior of students in participating in learning activities; (5) Reflection, in which the researcher records the results of observations and evaluates the results of observations. Based on the results of this research, it is expected for teachers to be more creative in developing learning media, especially the development of notification application media.

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  • Authors: Mahdiyah Mahdiyah; Awaluddin Tjalla; Sri Mulianah;

    Kampus merdeka belajar kampus merdeka program (MBKM) is a policy issued by the government as a solution to current problems and developments. This study aims to find a correlation between the implementation of MBKM and the impact of MBKM on the IAIN Parepare academic community. This study is a quantitative study using a correlation method involving the academic community consisting of students, educational staff and educational staff as a population. A perception and readiness questionnaire with a five-point Likert scale was distributed to 100 samples with details of 25 teaching staff (lecturers), 25 educational staff and 50 students via a Google form link distributed via social media (WhatsApp). The collected data was analyzed using the Spearman Rank correlation analysis technique. The results of the study show that lecturers' perceptions are 0.553 times better than education staff's perceptions regarding the implementation of the MBKM program and impact. Student perceptions are 0.507 times better than education staff's perceptions regarding the implementation and impact of the MBKM program.

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  • Authors: Maming, Khadijah; Sianna; Hasman; Maria Elaine A Cabuso; +1 Authors

    This study aimed to find out the students’ perception on English meeting club to support their English-speaking skill. The subject of this study were students at Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Parepare who are the members of English meeting club in LIBAM (Lintas Imajinasi Bahasa Mahasiswa). This study was case study of descriptive qualitative. There are seven students participated as research respondent. This study used interview as a research instrument. From the result of interview, majority of students had the perception that the English club was able to improve their speaking skill. They experienced development when speaking English in English meeting club such as no longer filler words anymore, can pronounce words properly, speaking correctly and know more about grammar. In addition, after joining English meeting club, they become more confident to speak in front of people. They also taught and trained to teach English at the junior and senior high school which is called TOT (Training of Trainer) in preparation for becoming tutor in the school-built program and English camp provided by LIBAM in several schools. The researchers concluded that the students had the perception that the English club was able to improve and support in developing English speaking skill. They are also more interested being taught by cheerful tutors in informal situations preferred in regular class, so the English meeting club provides students with a place to practice speaking English well without fear of making mistakes and it is appropriate media to improve students' speaking skill.

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