Category Archives: Rangkuman

The Philosophy of Applied Linguistics

By | Maret 16, 2017

Introduction The expression “philosophy of history,” for instance, may be understood to mean: (1) a philosophically informed account of actual events as they get played out along the path of history; (2) a philosophically illuminating overview of history insofar as it constitutes a distinctive and clearly demarcated field of inquiry, with special emphasis on its… Read More »

Teaching English As A Foreign Language (TEFL) In Indonesia

By | Maret 10, 2017

The linguistic situation in Indonesia is complex because more than 400 local languages with thousands of dialectical varieties are spoken as first languages (Nababan, 1982). The national language, Bahasa Indonesia, unifies the various ethnic groups with different languages and cultural backgrounds into an Indonesian nation and it serves as an official language at the national… Read More »