Aurat Menurut Perspektif Fakhruddin Al-Razi

  • Fatkhul Chodir Institu Pesantren KH Abdul Chalim Mojokerto
Keywords: Aurat, Al-Razi

Abstract

Notwithstanding some non-English speaking countries’ curriculum has changed over time, the students’ vocabulary acquisition remains pathetic. The evidence of the plight of students’ mastery on vocabulary can be easily and obviously found on their daily basis activity of English learning. Teachers are encouraged to employ various approaches, methods, or strategies to meet the goal of the improvement of pupils’ vocabulary. This article suggests an idea of how to develop it through the use of WhatsApp which will be collaborated with flashcard in a blended learning. WhatsApp has now been a ubiquiotous application attached in students’ smartphone which bring through students and teachers to be connected anytime and anywhere. Although many consider flashcard as a traditional tool, in fact students are fond of the use of it in language learning. The presence of WhatsApp in collaboration with flashcard is believed to prompt learners’ motivation which in the end will lead them to learn vocabulary effectively.   

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Published
2018-02-21
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