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Announcement: The Result of CPNS Tests

image_ hasil tes cpns 2013The result of the recruitment test for the civil servant candidates (CPNS) 2013:

  • Hasil tes seleksi formasi umum CPNS 2013, Kab. Bantaeng, Sulawesi Selatan, click here»…
  • Hasil tes seleksi formasi umum CPNS 2013, Kab. Luwu Timur, Sulawesi Selatan, click here»…
  • Hasil tes seleksi formasi umum CPNS 2013, Pemprov Jawa Timur, click here»…
  • Hasil tes seleksi formasi umum CPNS 2013, Kab. Cilacap, click here»…

To check the result of the 2013 CPNS tests completely, go to the following links: http://sscn.bkn.go.id  or http://cpns.liputan6.com.

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Download: Exam Papers (Soal-Soal Ujian), UN 2013 – SMP

image cover eng un 2013Download: National Exam Papers 2013. Grade: SMP/MTs. Subjects: Bahasa Indonesia, English, Mathematics and Science. Form of files: pdf, converted from original scan. These uploaded files are intended to be used for Indonesian students as preparation exercises for National Exam in the academic year 2013/2014.

Notes: There were more than 20 versions of exam papers in National Exam 2013. The following files are some versions in UN 2013)

(Download: Soal-soal Ujian Nasional (UN) 2013. Jenjang: SMP/MTs. Mata Pelajaran: Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Inggris, Matematika dan IPA. Bentuk file: pdf, hasil dari konversi scan soal-soal asli. File-file yang diunggah ini diperuntukkan buat siswa-siswa Indonesia sebagai latihan persiapan untuk menghadapi Ujian Nasional tahun pelajaran 2013/2014.

Catatan: Ada lebih dari 20 jenis paket soal dalam Ujian Nasional 2013. File-file berikut ini merupakan beberapa paket soal di UN 2013)

Click below to download:

Click here to see “Pembahasan Soal-Soal UN – SMP”

Download: Syllabus and Lesson Plans, English for SMA (Curriculum 2013)

image_ rpp silabus ing smaDownload: Syllabus and Lesson Plans (Curriculum 2013) for Senior High Schools, 10th grade, academic year: 2013/2014. Lesson: English. Files: word (doc).

Download: Silabus dan Rencana Pelaksanaan Pembelajaran (RPP) Kurikulum 2013 untuk SMA, kelas 10, Tahun Pelajaran 2013/2014. Pelajaran: Bahasa Inggris. File: word (doc).

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Commemorating the Youth Pledge: Recharge our Mindset!

youth pledge imageThis year, the commemoration of the Youth Pledge Day seemed to be neglected by the people of Indonesia. Only a few schools and institutions which celebrated it by carrying out flag raising ceremonies. The Indonesia’s government was likely to give less attention to the historical moment that marked the willingness of Indonesian youth to fight together for the Independence of Indonesia. In fact, the moment known as Youth Pledge (Sumpah Pemuda) was one of the important stages in Indonesian history during struggling against colonialism. The youth pledge indicated that the youth coming from different regions and ethnics all over Indonesia had a same desire: unity as Indonesian people.

It was 85 years ago. Indonesian youth held a congress in Batavia (Jakarta) to discuss the future of Indonesia. In the last session of the congress, on October 28, 1928, the Indonesian youth declared that they would be united under one motherland, one nation, and one language: Indonesia. The congress was also closed by singing the national anthem: Indonesia Raya.

Since then, the spirit of the Youth Pledge had inspired Indonesian people, particularly young generation, to be united in struggling for the independence. The Youth Pledge was a manifestation coming from the sense of belonging, solidarity and togetherness as Indonesian people. And the culmination of the Indonesian struggle, the proclamation of the independence on August 17, 1945, could not be separated from the spirit of the Youth Pledge.

Nowadays, there is a question that we must contemplate: is the spirit of the Youth Pledge still in our mind?

Recent facts in our daily life show us that our sense of unity and solidarity has decreased. Violent, bullying, and gang fighting are easy to find around us. Hate and anger explode quickly. Patient and peaceful mind seem to be extinct in solving problem. Hard competition often makes people forget other people’s life.

Another crucial sign that we must give a considerable attention is our young generation. For the last 20 years, inter group fight / gang brawl, or in Indonesian – known as ‘tawuran’, has been a serious problem. More than 100 students have been killed, thousands have been injured, and hundreds of public property as well as vehicles have been damaged in ‘tawuran’ incidents.

Where is our Youth Pledge spirit?

Has it disappeared?

It is now clear that all of us, Indonesian people, should get involved in rebuilding our sense of unity and solidarity. All of us should take part in solving problem regarding our young generation life; for the future of this country is on their hands.

Finally, we need to recharge our mindset with the spirit of the Youth Pledge that we are united under one motherland, one nation and one language: Indonesia.

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Recruitment for the 2013 Civil Servant Candidates (CPNS 2013)

image CPNS-2013The Government of Indonesia opens job vacancies for at least 65,000 people to be civil servants to fill various formations or posts this year. This opportunity consists of 25,000 formations for central government institutions and 40,000 for local governments (regencies and provinces). Most of enrollment process for the recruitment of the 2013 Civil Servant Candidates (CPNS 2013) use online registration, and some use manual registration at the local civil servant board (Badan Kepegawaian Daerah – BKD).

Here are some announcement and formation of the 2013 Civil Servant Candidates (click below to download, files are in pdf):

Pemerintah Indonesia tahun ini membuka kesempatan kerja buat sekurang-kurangnya 65.000 orang untuk menjadi Pegawai Negeri Sipil (PNS) di berbagi formasi atau pos-pos kerja. Kesempatan ini terdiri dari 25.000 formasi di lembaga pemerintahan pusat dan 40.000 di pemerintahan daerah (kabupaten dan propinsi). Sebagian besar proses pendaftaran penerimaan CPNS 2013 menggunakan registrasi online, dan beberapa di antaranya dengan registrasi langsung di BKD setempat.

Inilah beberapa pengumuman dan formasi CPNS 2013 (Klik di bawah untuk men-download, file berbentuk pdf) :

Note: Closing dates for the registration are different among the above institutions (please see the files for the details). For further information, visit the official website of each institution / local government. To see more job vacancies for other formations, please contact local civil servant boards.
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English Language Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice

EnglishDownload:  A Module for Teacher Education and Professional Development Program (Program Pendidikan dan Latihan Profesi Guru – PLPG), intended to be used for English teachers in Indonesia who will participate in Teacher Certification Program, 2013. Title: “English Language Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice”. File: zip-pdf. Size: 2.57 mb. Upload by: soehaarrr.com. File Archive: 2013.

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Overview

English Language Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice is a module written for Teacher Education and Professional Development Program—PLPG. This printed material consists of two parts. The first part concerns relevant theories on language teaching and learning, foreign language teaching method, instructional design, language teaching media, and language learning evaluation. The second part presents English functional texts.

The first part of this module consists of five chapters. The first chapter is concerned with the principles of language teaching and learning in which participants are provided with relevant theory such as theory of learning, theory of language, learner style, learner language, and learner language analysis.  The second chapter deals with foreign language teaching method in which participants are provided with relevant theory such as the notion of approach, method, and technique, foreign language teaching method, genre-based instruction, inquiry-based instruction, and cooperative language teaching. The third chapter concerns principles of English instructional design which provides information relating to syllabus and lesson plan designs, and principles of learning English.  The fourth chapter discusses language teaching media covering techniques of using visual, audio, and audio-visual materials, communication and information strategies. The fifth chapter considers language learning evaluation which reviews methods of assessment, particularly focusing on language learning assessment, and the assessments on the process and outcomes of English learning. This chapter also covers the strategies to determine learner’s English mastery levels which is then closed with an overview of the importance of assessment.

The second part of this module deals with English functional texts which include four different types of text. Chapter one reviews texts for interactional function including introducing, apologizing, thanking, complimenting, congratulating, wishing good luck, showing sympathy, care/concern, condolence, anger, annoyance, happiness, disappointment, and boredom. Chapter two provides texts for transactional function which include ordering/commanding, requesting, promising, warning, threatening, refusing, blaming. Short functional texts are covered in chapter three, consisting of notice, announcement, prohibition, invitation, memo, advertisement. Chapter four presents eleven types of long functional texts including Narrative, Recount, Descriptive, Procedure, Report, Anecdote, Hortatory, Spoof, Explanation, Discussion, News Item text, Review, and Analytical Exposition text… Click here to download all files of this module »…

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List of Candidates for 2013 Teacher Certification Program, Maros Regency

image of calon peserta sertifikasi pendidik 2013_ maros_ 1After postponing the result of teacher competency test for about a week, the Ministry of Education and Culture finally released the announcement for the candidates of  2013 teacher certification program. The ministry through its website: http://sergur.kemdiknas.go.id/ started announcing it on July 7, 2013. The candidates, according to the list, were taken from the result of Teacher Competency Test (known as UKA/UKG) in 2012 and 2013. Teachers who had taken the test can now check their names directly on http://sergur.kemdiknas.go.id/sg13/ by clicking “kriteria” for all names in certain regency/provinces or “pencarian” for individual names.
Specifically for teachers in Maros Regency, South Sulawesi, you can check your names below. You can also download the list by clicking here>>…

Daftar Calon Peserta Sertifikasi Pendidik 2013

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Announcement: The Result of 2013 National Exam, SMPN 7 Cenrana

hasil unThe result of National Exam in the 2012/2013 Academic Year for the test takers from SMP Negeri 7 Cenrana had been announced on Saturday, June 1, 2013 at SMPN 7 Cenrana.

Here are some important information based on the collective national exam result list released by the Education Department:

  • Students of SMPN 7 Cenrana who passed the exam successfully: 109 students.
  • The average final score (known as “Nilai Akhir / NA”) for Indonesian is 7.23,  English: 6.01,  Mathematics: 5.85, and Science: 6.26.
  • The highest national exam score (known as “Nilai UN”) for Indonesian is 8.80,  English: 8.60,  Mathematics: 9.50, and Science: 8.75.

To see all the result/score of the 2013 National Exam, SMPN 7 Cenrana, and the top 15 students list based on the highest scores, you can download here»…

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Comments on the Postponement of 2013 National Exam

image_ national examThe postponement of 2013 National exam for senior high schools (the 12th-grade students) in 11 provinces has become a hot topic for the last two weeks. The first day of the national exam was scheduled for Monday, April 15, but it was pushed back until April 22. Day two of the exam was administered on April 23, while the third and fourth days of the test were still given on Thursday and Friday, April 18-19. The number of students in the 11 provinces were 1.1 million in 3,601 high schools and 1,508 vocational schools.

Regarding the delay of the national exam, many said that it was caused by the poor-prepared management in Ministry of Education and Culture. As an annual program in Indonesia’s education system, national exam should have been organized well and properly. Some experts also stated that because of the fiasco, the result of the national exam, therefore, could not become a valid evaluation.
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Here are some comments from our society concerning on the postponement of 2013 national exam (quoted from The Jakarta Post, paper edition):

  • As the national exam is an annual activity organized by the Education and Culture Ministry, it can be prepared for as early as possible. It is very difficult to understand why the implementation of this year’s exam was so chaotic. I think it was caused by poor management within the central committee, so the minister should be responsible for its implementation. In an era where all activities can be supported by advanced technology, 11 provinces had to delay the exams due to the failure in the distribution of exam materials. The quality of education reflects the progress of the nation. Therefore, the ministry needs to thoroughly assess its failure. (Bambang Utomo, Jakarta).
  • Although the national exam is a routine, annual occurrence, this year it failed to be realized in 11 provinces. Exam material did not arrive on time, which forced the government to postpone the exams in those 11 provinces. Even after the postponement, not all schools — especially in remote areas — received the necessary exam material. In the meantime, other provinces have finished the exams, so the exam material is no longer a secret. It would be better to declare all pupils in those 11 provinces who missed the exams scheduled for last Monday, to have passed the test. They will then be free to compete with other students in their effort to get a job or to continue their studies. (Soebagjo Soetadji, Jakarta)
  • To save the students, the government could declare this a national emergency and allow schools to conduct their own exams. (Subur, Semarang)
  • As a teacher, I know that the preparation for the first distribution of 20 packages of exam materials should be well prepared by professional officials. The government should not force the schools to do something disgraceful. (Hasanah, Purwakarta, West Java)
  • It is the fault of Education and Culture Minister Muhammad Nuh. He should have estimated the time it would have taken for local residents to receive the materials. Lessons should be learned from this to avoid such problems in the future. (Moon Munawaroh)
  • Conditions in the Education and Culture Ministry are shown with this incident. But no one will take responsibility and no open investigation will be carried out. It is an accident, so be it! (Eddy Arjuna Zainy)
  • The Corruption Eradication Commission should immediately focus on this particular case, as there is an unmistakable indication of corruption here. Why is the quality of the answering sheets substandard? Students have difficulty erasing a wrong answer and, as a result, get even more stressed as they might fail their exam because of such imperfections in the paper? The Indonesian Forum for Budget Transparency (FITRA) has already alleged that irregularities occurred during the tender for the printing and distribution of materials for the national exams. This should be investigated immediately. From his past actions and decisions, Nuh has already demonstrated he is totally unfit for the job, but is adept at setting back the general education level for our Indonesian youngsters about a hundred years. The extent of Nuh’s lack of ability and failure to grasp the enormity of the effects of his blunders is shown in his powerlessness to realize the extent of the harm he has done. He can only play the blame game and offer lame excuses. If the President really has the best interests of our present and future generations of children at heart, he should fire this champion of incompetence. (Tami Koestomo)
  • Education and Culture Minister Muhammad Nuh has to step down. (Dien Muhan)
  • When the NASA Challenger 13 exploded they investigated the causes were to avoid the same thing happening again. I hope the same thing happens for this exam fiasco. (E Nurdin, Jakarta).

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2013 National Exam: 20 Versions

The Education and Culture Ministry, as recently quoted by mass media, will create 20 versions of exam papers for National Exam 2013. It means each student will get different exam paper with their friends although they are in the same room. The previous 2012 national exam consisted of 5 variants of exam papers. This modification is to prevent cheating and force students to work harder. Furthermore, the difficulty of the questions will also be increased.

Thinking about this news, I personally believe that all the methods or ways of evaluating the students’ ability still depend on the honesty among teachers, students and education stakeholders. We may change, modify or upgrade our system of exams, but the most problematic matter we face every year is how we can establish a valid and honest exam/test. Anyway, this 20-variants’ method is a new breakthrough to conduct a better assessment for Indonesian students. At least, students and teachers are warned to prepare for the national exam as well as possible.

Specifically for English test, I do hope the Education and Culture Ministry will change and modify the form of the questions. It has been 3 years, English test in national exam for junior high school emphasized on the understanding of reading texts. The clues of materials, or known as ‘kisi-kisi’, should also contain question variables that encourage students to be able to express their ability in communicative aspects, such as dialogues or conversations.

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