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  1. Action Research on English in Residential Colleges AzharJaludin Pusat Pengajian Bahasa & Linguistik FSSK, UKM Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  2. Tajuk ZON Bahasa Inggeris: Satu Tinjauan Penggunaan ICT dalam Komunikasi bahasa Inggeris di Kolej Kediaman Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM ). Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  3. Pendahuluan &Pernyataan Masalah • Peranan persekitaran dalam pemerolehan bahasa • Zon Pertuturan bahasa Inggeris • Zon Fizikal - Lokal • Zon Siber – Glokal • Dua motivasi utama kajian • Sinario pembelajaran di UKM • Kajian lepas mengenai faedah penggunaan ICT dalam pembelajaran bahasa. Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  4. Motivasi pertama • Sinariopembelajaran UKM masakini • KemahiranGenerik • KG5: Komunikasi • KG9: KemahiranTeknologiMaklumat • Dasar e-PembelajaranUniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia • SPIN • Pembelajaransepanjanghayat Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  5. Motivasi kedua: faedahpenggunaan ICT dalam pembelajaran bahasa – kajian terdahulu • Improved motivation, self-concept and mastery of basic skills, increased student centred learning and engagement in the learning process (Stepp-Greany, 2002). • Learners often display improved thinking skills, recall and active language processing (Dwyer, 1996; Weiss, 1994). • Use of multimedia technologies for low-achieving students have been shown to have facilitated learning when used to illustrate concepts and factual information (Nowaczyk, 1998). • For networked classrooms, Beauvois (1998) found that more student-student interaction promoted communicative awareness, as self-disclosure through conversation was common. In addition, research has established that online learning fosters increased confidence, by enabling learners to routinise expressions, thereby promoting the development of automatic structures when speaking.  Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  6. Motivasikedua: faedahpenggunaan ICT dalampembelajaranbahasa (samb.) • The theory of constructivism that underpins instructional design of technology that drives new approaches to language learning (McLoughlin & Oliver, 1998), posits that students assume responsibility for their learning and that the teacher is a facilitator rather than model.  • Another major influence on language learning has been 'whole language' philosophy, which proposes that learning moves from part to whole (Schrum & Glisan, 2000) language is best acquired by experiencing language in whole, meaningful units, students learn to reorganise and restructure meaningful usage. • Hutchinson et. al (2002) provides evidence that technology-enhanced learning promotes successful outcomes when compared with more traditional methods of language learning. Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  7. Persoalan • Adakah pihak kolej memanipulasi ICT secara sedar untuk menjayakan kempen zon bahasa Inggeris UKM? Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  8. Definisi • ICT : • covers the huge range of technological resources of potential value to learning today. • It may be interactive whiteboards and tablets or the latest CAD/CAM or language lab technology also include the new generation of mobile phones in the learning process. Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  9. Matlamatdanobjektif • Matlamat • Menilai penggunaan ICT dalam kempen penggunaan bahasa Inggeris di Kolej Kediaman UKM • Objektif • Menyenaraikan infrastruktur dan peralatan ICT yang sedia ada di kolej kediaman • Dokumentasi cara penggunaan ICT berkenaan Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  10. Kaedah • Objektif 1 • Dokumen • Tinjauan • Objektif 2 • Dokumen • Penjelajahan internet • Wawancara (berstruktursepara) • Pengetua • Ahlijawatankuasakempen Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  11. DapatanKajian • Objektif 1 • (infrastrukturdanperalatan ICT sediaada) • Laman Web • SistemSiar Raya • Komputer (laptop/desktop) • Pemancar LCD • Cyber Café • Studio (rekreasi / karaoke) • Sambungan internet • Sistempenghantaran SMS • TV (biasadanlayarbesar) Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  12. Dapatan… • Objektif 2 • (cara penggunaan ICT) • Penggunaan minimal • Internet – (blog, laman web) sebagai saluran pemberi maklumat • Peralatan elektronik – penggunaan insidental. Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  13. Rumusan • Infrastruktur ICT di kolej kediaman UKM adalah cukup dan memadai. • ICT digunakan sebagai saluran menyampai maklumat aktiviti esz dan tidak dimanipulasi untuk tujuan menjayakan esz. Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  14. SO WHAT… Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  15. Dengan itu kami mencadangkan… • Satupenyelidikantindakandijalankandalammengintegrasikan ICT dalamaktiviti ESZ untukmenjayakan ESZ dikolejkediaman UKM. • Tempat – KolejUngku Omar • Masa – Semester 1, 2009 – 2010 • Jenisinfrastruktur – SistemSiar Raya • Infrastruktur lain yang terlibat • SMS sistem • Forum atastalian • Imej KUO Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  16. Rujukan • Beauvois, M. (1998). Conversations in slow motion: Computer-mediated communication in the foreign language classroom. The Canadian Foreign Language Review, 54(2), 198-217. • Dywer, D. (1996). A response to Douglas Noble: We're in this together. Educational Leadership, 54(3), 24-27. • McLoughlin, C. & Oliver, R. (1998). Maximising the language and learning link in computer learning environments. British Journal of Educational Technology, 29 (2), 125-136 • Nowaczyck, R. (1998). Student perceptions of multimedia in the undergraduate classroom. International Journal of Instructional Media, 25, 367-368. • Stepp-Greany, J. (2002). Student perceptions of language learning in a technological environment: implications for the new millennium. Language Learning and Technology, 6(1), 165-180. • Schrum, J. & Glisan, E. (2000). Teacher's handbook: Contextualised language instruction.Boston, MA. Heinle & Heinle. • Weaver, C. (1990). Understanding whole language. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Educational Books. • Weiss, J. (1994). Keeping up with the research. Technology and Learning, 14(5), 30-34. Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges

  17. TerimaKasih… Action Research on English in UKM Residential Colleges