Notification of Abstract Acceptance (The 9th AISOFOLL)

Dear valued colleagues,

Thank you very much for submitting your abstracts!

After a comprehensive review, thirty abstract have been selected to be presented in the 9th AISOFOLL. The selected abstracts are listed in the following table.

No Author Institution Abstract Title
    1. Aini Ummu Syukriya, S.Pd.


SMA Islam P.B. Soedirman 1 Bekasi, Jawa Barat The Student’s Audio-Visual Creativity as Multiliteration Application at Arabic Learning of SMA Islam P.B. Soedirman 1 Bekasi
    2. Ahmad Makki Hasan SMA Negeri 1 Malang, Jawa Timur Improving Arabic Listening Skills with Kahoot Application (Practice for Arabic Students of SMA Negeri 1 Malang 2018)
    3. Rosida Erowati, M.Hum. UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta A Scenario based Strategy on Teaching Speaking in an Indonesian Language Classroom for French Speakers in Paris
    4. Aprilia Kristiana Tri Wahyuni, M.A. Language Institute of Sanata Dharma University Implementation of Multiliteracies in Indonesian Cultural Class for Foreign Students of Bahasa Indonesia untuk Penutur Asing (BIPA)
    5. Ahmad Bahtiar, M.Hum. UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta Multiliteracy of Local Color Betawi in Learning in UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
    6. Teddy Fiktorius, M.Pd. SMA Bina Mulia Pontianak, Kalimantan Barat Exploring Graphic Novel Reading as a Multiliteracies Implementation Strategy in an Indonesian Senior High School: Learners’ Voice
    7. Noer Fitriyanti, S.Hum. Lembaga Penjaminan Mutu Pendidikan Papua Barat “Kartu Susun dan Baca”Enjoyable Multiliteracy Strategy to Foster Structured Sentence Order (Strategi Baca Tulis)
    8. Candra Sihotang MTsN 1 Kota Subulussalam Provinsi Aceh Pintar with Budi, Indonesian Language Learning Alternative at MTSN 1 Kota Subulussalam
    9. Evi Karlina Ambarwati Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Multiliteracies in Automated Writing Evaluation Tool Experience for 21st Century Skills Instilment
  10. Eka Sugeng Ariadi MTsN 6 Pasuruan, Jawa Timur Boosting 4.0 Student Era through Online Multiliteracies Project Approach (eMULPA) in MTsN 6 Pasuruan
  11. Ariel P. Villar, PhD. Meycauayan National High Bulacan, Philippines Senior High School Students’ Reflections: A Learning Model Approximating Multi-Literacies in Teaching Language and Literature Subject
  12. Utari Nurhayati, S.S. Universitas Negeri Surabaya The Implementation of Multiliteracies Approach to English Language Teaching for Middle School Students
  13. Dr. Indrani Dewi Anggraini Universitas Bina Nusantara, Jakarta Enhancing HOTS through Multi-literacy and Project based for Children Literacy
  14. A’thi Fauzani Wisudawati, S.Pd., Prof. Dr. Joko Nurkamto & Dr. Nur Arifah Drajati Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Jawa Tengah Photovoice as Personal Learning Environment (PLE) Tools for Enhancing Multimodal Literacy
  15. Dr. Nurdiana, S.Psi., M.Hum. Universitas Bunda Mulia, Jakarta Multiliteracies in English Classes: What and How?
  16. Laxmi Mustika Cakrawati, S.Pd. Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung Promoting Multiliteracies Pedagogy through Video Project: EFL Students’ Perception
  17. Gladys Valdez Concepcion, MAED Chung Hwa Middle School, Brunei Darussalam Engaging Students in Their Own Learning of English Language
  18. Nita Novianti Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung Fanfiction to Promote EFL Undergraduate Students’ Multiliteracies
  19. Saut Marasi Manihuruk, S.Pd. SMP Satu Atap Negeri 4 Pangururan, Sumatera Utara A Technology-Enhanced Multiliteracies in Developing Text Creation and Understanding
  20. Muchlis, S.Pd. MTs Al Mujahidin Samarinda, Kalimantan Timur Identifying Moral Values in Reading Narrative Text through Animation Video among Students of MTs Al Mujahidin Samarinda
  21. Eneng Uswatun Hasanah, M.Pd. MAN Insan Cendekia Serpong, Tangerang Selatan, Banten The Urgency of Teachers’ Understanding on Multiliteracies to Enhance Students’ Critical Thinking
  22. Rini Silvana, M.ED. MAN 1 Kota Tangerang, Banten Applying Multiliteracies Pedagogy to Help Shape Learners’ Good Character
  23. Sri Aju Indrowaty Universitas Brawijaya, Malang, Jawa Timur Innovative Methods on Japanese Teaching
  24. Zida Wahyuddin, M.Si. Universitas 17 Agustus 1945 Surabaya National Identity: Local Games as Media Japanese Language Learning
  25. Ryan Nuansa Dirga, M.Pd. Exzellenz Institut, Surabaya Webquest: Media Pemelajaran berbasis Teknologi untuk Multiliterasi Pemelajar Generasi Z pada Pemelajaran Bahasa Jerman
  26. Ajeng Dianing Kartika Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Jawa Timur Enhancing Student’s Critical Thinking through Investigation Multiliteracies Model in Contrastive Cultural Studies Classroom
  27. Julia Wulandari, M.Hum. & Petra D. Ajeng K.R., S.Hum. Universitas Indonesia, Depok The Using of Padlet in Teaching Writing Skills in German
  28. Hjh A.B. Suria & Hjh Hanisah Bte Haji Kula Curriculum Development Department (English and Other Languages Unit), Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam The Challenges and Limitations of Teaching-Learning Chinese Mandarin in Brunei Darussalam
  29. E. Nilla Pramowardhanny, M.A. PPPPTK Bahasa, Jakarta Oral Skills Development using Text-based Approach within Multi-literacies Perspective
  30. Dra. Diah Natalia SMA Negeri 1 Cilacap, Jawa Tengah Application of Multiliteracies in Learning Activity of French Languages through Songs and Short Drames

Congratulations to the selected authors!

Please follow these steps to ensure your participation in the symposium.

  1. Download these two letters of declaration (choose either Bahasa Indonesia or English language);
  2. Complete the letters;
  3. Submit the letters to no later than 8 June 2018. Your presentation will be excluded from the symposium if the submission fails to meet the deadline.
  4. Visit our website or check your email for further notification.

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One Response to Notification of Abstract Acceptance (The 9th AISOFOLL)

  1. Dr Suma says:

    Can we still apply for the abstract selection?

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