Integrating Islamic Knowledge into Multimedia-Based Supplementary Listening Materials

Rahmati Putri Yaniafari, Nur Mukminatien, Yazid Basthomi

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to develop a Listening Courseware as Supplementary Listening Materials which embed Islamic knowledge. In developing the final product, the framework of developmental model by Koper was adapted [1]. The final product was a listening courseware in flash application form accompanied by reflective learning journal. It consists of 4 units of different themes and different authentic listening situations which were arranged on the basis of difficulty levels. Each of the unit involve pre-, whilst-, and post-listening which were designed based on the theory of communicative approach. The division will guide students through the mental processes for successful listening comprehension, and promote the acquisition of metacognitive strategies in planning, monitoring, and evaluating. Apropos the communicative approach, although linguistic, pragmatic, strategic, intercultural, and discourse competences may naturally be acquired through listening practice, each of them is emphasized in some way. It also enclosed Islamic knowledge to support the vision of the university which is to be an internationally excellent university which is future-oriented in terms of science, technology, and culture for the benefit of those with akhlaqul karimah based on Islam Ahlussu¬nnah waljama'ah An-Nahdliyah

Keywords


Suplementary material; Multimedia-based; Courseware; Listening; Self-study material

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