TBI STAIN Salatiga meraih double juara ENGLISH SPEECH

Jumat, 13 Juni 2014 di IAIN Surakarta tempat diselenggarakannya PORSENI STAIN-IAIN Se-Jawa-Madura yang dikenal dengan nama IPPBMM V, diikuti oleh 9 STAIN-IAIN Se-Jawa dan STAIN Salatiga khususnya TBI (Tadris Bahasa Inggris) juga mengirimkan wakilnya di berbagai cabang lomba. Salah satu cabang yang cukup bergengsi adalah pidato bahasa Inggris. Total keseluruhan peserta ada 14 peserta dengan pembagian 5 peserta putra dan 9 peserta putri.

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Lomba baru dimulai ba’da jumatan karena paginya arena dipakai oleh lomba puisi. Pada lomba speech kali ini akan dinilai oleh 3 juri, 1 perempuan, 2 laki-laki: salah satunya native speaker.

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Di bawah ini, beberapa peserta putra English Speech:

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Setelah pengambilan nomor undi, peserta putra semua secara urut maju bergantian. Surya Agung Wijaya, wakil dari STAIN Salatiga mendapatkan nomor urut ke-empat dari 5 peserta. 10401528_753422501347469_5987116010719776702_nSebenarnya kondisi surya sedang sakit, namun dia penuh semangat tetap mengikuti perlombaan dengan datang diantar temannya jumat pagi-pagi sekali dari Salatiga. Topik pidatonya berkisah tentang kasus Gang Dolly yang menurut dia akan lebih baik jika businesss “remang-remang” tersebut dialihkan ke “creative” business. Apakah itu? peran mahasiswa yang jadi tema inti pidato di sini, dia menjelaskan mahasiswa diharapkan ikut terjun langsung membantu pemecahan solusi gang dolly tersebut. Selain mereka berpartisipasi dalam penyuluhan kesehatan, namun juga memberikan training untuk membuat bisnis yang lebih HALAL, misalnya dengan home industry. Dia memberikan contoh seorang pemilik warung Rujak Cingur di Surabaya yang bisa meraup keuntungan yang cukup besar per harinya dengan bisnis kuliner tersebut. 10334467_753422554680797_3222058920985759104_nKemudian di akhir speech, juri diberi kesempatan untuk memberikan komentar. Juri pria menanggapi bahwa speechnya sangat bagus baik dari performance maupun content-nya yang cukup well-organized. Namun, kelemahannya Surya kurang begitu mengeksplor peran mahasiswa dalam menanggapi masalah-masalah yang dia paparkan di awal dan juga judul pidatonya agak ambigu di awal namun karena itulah para audience menjadi sangat tertarik untuk mengikuti kelanjutan pidatonya. Terlepas dari segala kekurangan, sangat membanggakan penampilan Surya. “Sudah maju dengan cukup bagus dengan kondisi badan yang kurang fit sudah plong, tutur Surya. “Pasrah dan berdoa, semoga masuk 3 besar dek,” saya sebagai pendamping menyemangati dia.

Di bawah ini, beberapa peserta putri English Speech:

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Setelah beberapa peserta maju, giliran Fatikhah Fajar Sari menampilkan performa terbaiknya. Sebelumnya, Fatiha pernah memenangkan lomba speech di Festival Bahasa yang diadakan di STAIN Salatiga.

10419503_753421761347543_1563532078454585362_nSeperti biasa, dia selalu menonjol dengan fast speech style-nya. Dia agak sedikit kerepotan karena merujuk pada juklak yang dikirim oleh panitia 2 minggu sebelum pelaksanaan, panjang speech yang ditampilkan maksimal 15 menit. Sedangkan keputusan TM secara mendadak pukul 11 tadi malam memutuskan bahwa lamanya performance maksimal 7 menit. Jadi, otomatis konten speech harus dikurangi hampir setengahnya dan tentunya bagi peserta yang sudah hafal harus kembali menghafal urutan pidato yang akan mereka sampaikan. Namun, melihat performanya cukup memberikan harapan dia akan meraih the best karena melihat peserta lainnya mereka hanya memberikan solusi secara wacana saja tanpa ada data atau fakta yang mendukung. Hal-hal penting tersebut merupakan kunci unik dari STAIN Salatiga untuk meraih kemenangan. Sayangnya, juri perempuan tidak menyukai style cepat Fatiha ketika berpidato. Beliau menuturkan, Fatiha hanya menghafal saja teks pidatonya tanpa ada interaksi dengan penonton, sehingga juri tersebut merasa capek mendengarkan pidato Fatiha. Meskipun demikian, kami tetap merasa puas dengan penampilan fatiha yang sudah kembali bisa memantapkan diri dengan performa terbaiknya. “Open terhadap kritik.” Fatiha menanggapi komentar tersebut.

Alhamdulillah, beberapa saat kemudian saya diberitahu Fatiha, kalau surya juara 1 dan Fatiha juara 2. Walaupun Fatiha belum mendapatkan the best kali ini, kami tetap bangga terhadap prestasi mereka berdua. Semoga ke depan akan lebih baik lagi. Amin. 🙂

Di samping itu, ada beberapa mahasiswa TBI lain yang berhasil mendapatkan juara di berbagai cabang lomba, diantarannya: Taufik Hidayat (Juara 2 Bulu Tangkis Single Putra), Novi Zuliatiningsih (Juara 1 MTQ Putri) dan Nur Hikmah (Juara 3 Puisi Putri). Selain itu, secara keseluruhan STAIN Salatiga berhasil meraih peringkat ketiga sebagai juara umum dengan perolehan medali emas 5, perak 4 dan perunggu 6 sehingga totalnya ada 15 medali, hanya selisih 1 perak saja dari juara umum 2 STAIN Pekalongan. Prestasi ini sebenarnya menurun satu tingkat mengingat 2 tahun kemarin di STAIN Kudus, kami peringkat 2 juara umum dengan hanya selisih 1 medali emas dengan tuan rumah, STAIN Kudus. Semoga PORSENI selanjutnya yang Insya Allah akan dilakskan di STAIN Tulung Agung 2 tahun lagi, STAIN Salatiga bisa lebih berjaya. Amin.

Untuk informasi daftar pemenang bisa dilihat di laman: http://porseni.iain-surakarta.ac.id/?page_id=219

Contributor: Marisa Fran Lina

(F)

English Version:

http://tbi.stainsalatiga.ac.id/tbi-stain-salatiga-got-double-champion-at-english-speech/

TBI STAIN Salatiga got double champion at ENGLISH SPEECH

porseniFriday, June 13th, 2014 in IAIN Surakarta place to hold the PORSENI (Sports and Arts Competitions) STAIN-IAIN around Java-Madura or known as IPPBMM V, followed by 9 STAIN= IAIN around Java and STAIN Salatiga particularly TBI (English Education Department) also send their representatives at various branches of the competition. One of the branches is fairly prestigious English Speech. The total are 14 participants divided into 5 boys participants and 9 girls participants.

The competition’s already started after Jum’at pray because in the morning the arena used for the poetry contest. At the time of this speech contest will be judged by 3 judges, 1 female, 2 males: one native speaker.

After taking the participant number, boys of all participants in the order performed alternately. Surya Agung Wijaya, a representative of STAIN Salatiga get the serial number of the fourth of the 5 participants. Actually, Surya’s condition was sick, but he still vigorously joins the competition with his friend accompany him to come early morning on Friday from Salatiga. His speech topic is about the case of Gang Dolly which he said would be better if that “vague” business is transformed to the “creative” business. What is it? The role of the student which is the core theme of this speech, he explained that students are expected to jump themselves directly helped solving the Gang Dolly problem. They participate not only in health education, but also in training to make more HALAL (clear) business, for example is home industry. He gave an example of an owner of Rujak Cingur stall in Surabaya which can reap considerable profit a day with the culinary business.

Then, at the end of the speech, the jury was given an opportunity to comment. The jury responded that Surya was really good both of performance and speech, also the content is quite well-organized. However, Surya’s weaknesses are less to explore the role of students in response to the problems that he described at the beginning and also the title of his speech is rather ambiguous in the beginning but that’s why the audience became very interested to follow the continuation of his speech. Despite all the shortcomings, personally, it is very proud to his performance. “It has already performed quite well, with my less fit body conditions, finally it has been relieved,” said Surya. “Perceiving and pray, may you included in top 3. brother,” I am as his trainer encouraged him.

After some participants performed, it is Fatikhah Fajar Sari’s turn to show her best performance. Previously, Fatiha won a speech competition in the Language Festival held at STAIN Salatiga. As usual, she always stands out with her fast speech style. She’s a little bit of the hassle of referring to the guidelines sent by the committee two weeks before the execution’s day, the length of speech which performed is a maximum of 15 minutes. While the sudden decision of TM (Technical Meeting) at 11 last night decided that the performance of a maximum of 7 minutes duration. Thus, automatically the speech content must be reduced by nearly a half. Definitely for participants who have already memorized the speech, they had to re-memorize the new sequence that they will convey. However looking at her performance, it is enough to give a hope that she will achieve the best because by seeing the other participants, they only give solutions textually without any supporting data or facts. Those important things are the unique key from STAIN Salatiga to achieve the victory. Unfortunately, the female jury did not like the fast speech style of Fatiha. She said, Fatiha only just memorized the text of her speech without any interaction with audiences, so that the jury was tired of listening to Fatiha’s speech. Nevertheless, we still feel satisfied with the performace of Fatiha who has come back to stabilize herself with her best performance. “Open to criticism.” Fatiha responded to those comments.

Alhamdulillah (All praises to Allah), a few moments later I was told by Fatiha that Surya got 1st champion and Fatiha got 2nd champion. Although this time, Fatiha did not get the best, we still proud of their both achievements. Hopefully in the future it will be better. Amen. 🙂

Additionally, there are several other TBI students who managed to get champions in various branches of the competition, among of them are: Taufik Hidayat (2nd winner of Single Men’s Badminton), Novi Zuliatiningsih (1st winner of Girls’ MTQ-reciting Holy Quran) and Nur Hikmah (3rd winner of Girls’ Reading Poetry). Furthermore, STAIN Salatiga overall ranks third as the general winner with 5 gold, 4 silver and 6 bronze medals so in total there are 15 meadals, only the 1 silver medal increment of the 2nd general championship, STAIN Pekalongan. This achievement is actually decreased one level, reminding the last 2 years at STAIN Kudus, we ranked second for general championship with the difference of only 1 gold medal with the host, STAIN Kudus. Hopefully the next PORSENI Insya Allah will be held at STAIN Tulung Agung for 2 years later, and hope STAIN Salatiga can be more victorious. Amen.

For the list of winners can be found on the page: http://porseni.iain-surakarta.ac.id/?page_id=219

Contributor: Marisa Fran Lina

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Indonesian version:

http://tbi.stainsalatiga.ac.id/tbi-stain-salatiga-meraih-double-juara-english-speech/

 

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The Preparations of TBI ‘s Comparative Study (KKL); Road to IALF Bali

Yesterday, Monday, June 9th, 2014, PPP (P3) STAIN Salatiga in collaboration with the Department of Tarbiyah (Education) TBI (English Education) held a preparation for Comparative Study of the VI semester students at STAIN Salatiga Hall in  Campus 2 at 9 am. The event was opened by the MC from P3 staff; Ahmad Samingan, S.Pd.I,  then followed a welcoming speech and opening remarks officially by the Vice Head for Academic Affairs; Dr. Agus Waluyo, M. Ag..

Then the next agenda is a technical description of the trip by a travel agent of RIO DIVA. According to him, we will use the ROYAL bus which included high class bus. Departing from Salatiga on Monday, June 16th, 2014 around 7 am with a total of 7 bus, and TBI students will occupy 3 bus. The destination of the first transit, around 12 or 1 pm for the break (lunch) at Ngawi East Java. Afterthat, getting off the bus for dinner in Probolinggo area, and it is expected to arrive at Ketapang Port in the early morning around 1 or 2 am and get ready to cross (Bali strait).

On arrival in Bali is estimated at dawn and continued traveling for several hours to Tabanan, Bali for a shower, breakfast, etc at the restaurant on the very beautiful waterfront. The next destination is Tanah Lot; the exotics Bali temple near the coast surrounded by unique and beautiful waves that swash from southern coast. After that the next destination is Bedugul; Bali temple on the plateau, then we visited Joger in Kintamani area and will visit places which serve the diversity of dance performance, one of them is Barong Dance of Bali. After ward, the participants will be brought to rest at the Grand Bali Hotel, with each room occupied by four people, and they are free to determine his own choice of partner.

The next morning, after breakfast at the hotel, participants will be headed to IALF (Indonesia Australia Language Foundation) Bali which is the core objective of this Comparative Study. Travel time is estimated to take 3 hours. Comparative Study will expire approximately at noon. Then continued to Tanjung Benoa for the break while enjoying some rides are offered there such as Banana Boat, paragliding / parasailing, etc.. About a half past 2 entourage will leave for the beach of Pandawa that beauty is not inferior to other famous beaches in Bali. For dinner, they will visit Local Resto there and usually shop for Balinese snack or knickknacks. Furthermore, back to the hotel to take a rest.

The last day (Thursday) in Bali, the participants will take a walk to the beach and then continued to Sanur Beach and Sukowati Art Market. Only after that the group will prepare to return to the Island of Java. Eventually, the technical explanation by the Travel Agencies.

The next briefing was taken over by the Chairman of the P3, Mr. Ahmad Maimun explain to all matters relating to physical health. That the participants do not have to be “down” on the trip with a fairly tight schedule. In addition, security is also a very important thing. Thus, he suggested to be cautious, alert and better not to bring items such as jewelry or precious things on the way. Therefore, he always find at least one case of goods or money lost when conducting the Comparative Study. Thus, it is expected that participants can keep their stuff well.

For the next agenda, Mrs. Mashlihatul Umami, MA as the Chief of Progdi TBI provides guidance in the form of making a comparative study reports on IALF Bali themed “Classroom Management”. Since it can not be denied that as soon as this Comparative Study conducted by VI  semester students of TBI will join the PPL (teaching practicum) program in Junior/Senior High Schools level around Salatiga. Thus, the material is very useful for the participants who in the future will be directed to become a lecturer / teacher. In addition, Ms. Umami also describes an overview of IALF oriented to the provision of training or preparation for the IELTS test for study abroad, especially in Australia. Then, presentation ended with a question and answer by the student, and Mrs. Umami advised to open in www.ialf.edu.au (IALF site) for further information. In addition, do not forget to remind students to always pray at every step and places visited for only by the protection of God we can be safe from every danger. This is because Bali is a lot of sacred places that we’d better fortify ourselves.

Hopefully this Comparative Study trip runs smoothly and brings fortune … Amien.

Contributor: Marisa Fran Lina

(F)

Indonesian version:

http://tbi.stainsalatiga.ac.id/pembekalan-kkl-studi-banding-tbi-ke-ialf-bali/

Pembekalan KKL (Studi Banding) TBI ke IALF Bali

Kemarin, Senin 9 Juni 2014, PPP (P3) STAIN Salatiga bekerjasama dengan Jurusan Tarbiyah Prodi TBI (Tadris Bahasa Inggris) mengadakan acara pembekalan KKL/Studi Banding untuk mahasiswa semester VI TBI di Aula Kampus 2 STAIN Salatiga pukul 9 pagi. Acara dibuka oleh MC dari staf P3, Ahmad Samingan, S. PdI kemudian dilanjutkan sambutan dan pembukaan acara secara resmi oleh Wakil Ketua I Bidang Akademik; Dr. Agus Waluyo, M. Ag..

kkl2Kemudian agenda berikutnya adalah penjelasan teknis perjalanan oleh salah satu agen biro perjalanan RIO DIVA. Menurut beliau, kita akan menggunakan bus ROYAL yang tergolong high class :). Bertolak dari Salatiga, Senin, 16 Juni 2014 sekitar pukul 7 pagi dengan total 7 bis, dan mahasiswa TBI menempati 3 bis. Tujuan transit pertama sekitar pukul 12 atau 1 siang untuk ishoma (lunch) di Ngawi Jawa Timur. Setelah melanjutkan perjalanan, akan turun untuk dinner di daerah Probolinggo, dan diperkirakan akan tiba di Pelabuhan Ketapang pada dini hari sekitar pukul 1 atau 2 pagi dan bersiap untuk menyeberang.

Setibanya di Pulau Bali diperkirakan subuh dan dilanjut perjalanan beberapa jam menuju Tabanan, Bali untuk mandi, breakfast, dll di restoran tepi pantai yang sangat indah. Tujuan selanjutnya adalah Tanah Lot; eksotika Pura Bali dekat pantai yang dikelilingi oleh ombak Pantai Selatan yang berdebur khas. Setelah itu destinasi berikutnya adalah Bedugul; Pura Bali di dataran tinggi. Kemudian menuju Joger (pusta perbelanjaan khas Bali) di daerah Kintamani serta akan mengunjungi tempat yang menyuguhkan tontonan keanekaragaman tari Bali salah satunya Tari Barong. Sesudah itu, para peserta akan dibawa menuju peristirahatan di Grand Bali Park Hotel, dengan masing-masing kamar dihuni oleh 4 orang, dan mereka bebas untuk menentukan pilihan pasangan temannya sendiri.

kkl4Pagi harinya, setelah breakfast di hotel, peserta akan berangkat menuju ke IALF (Indonesia Australia Language Foundation) Bali yang merupakan tujuan inti dari studi banding ini. Lama perjalanan diperkirakan memakan waktu 3 jam. Studi banding kira-kira akan berakhir jam 12 siang. Kemudian dilanjut ke obyek wisata Tanjung Benoa sekalian untuk ishoma sambil menikmati beberapa wahana yang ditawarkan di sana seperti Banana Boat, Paralayang/Parasailing, dll. Sekitar pukul setengah 3 rombongan akan berangkat menuju Pantai Pandawa yang keindahannya juga tidak kalah dengan pantai-pantai terkenal lainnya di Bali. Untuk dinner, akan mengunjungi Local Resto di sana dan biasanya sekalian berbelanja pernak pernik atau berbagai macam snack khas Bali. Setelah itu, baru kembali ke hotel untuk beristirahat.

Hari terakhir (Kamis) di Bali, peserta akan berjalan-jalan ke Pantai Sanur kemudian dilanjut ke Pasar Seni Sukowati. Baru setelah itu rombongan akan mempersiapkan diri untuk pulang ke Pulau Jawa. Diperkirakan Jumat pagi sudah sampai di Salatiga. Demikian penjelasan teknis oleh Agen Biro Perjalanan tersebut.

Acara pembekalan berikutnya diambil alih oleh Ketua P3, bapak Ahmad Maimun yang menjelaskan lebih kepada hal-hal yang berkaitan dengan kesehatan fisik. Beliau menuturkan agar para peserta tidak sampai down ketika harus melakukan perjalanan jauh dan dengan jadwal yang cukup ketat. Selain itu, hal keamanan juga sangat penting. Jadi, beliau menyarankan untuk berhati-hati, waspada dan lebih baik tidak membawa barang-barang berhaga seperti perhiasan dalam perjalanan. Sebab, beliau selalu menemukan minimal 1 kasus barang atau uang hilang yang selalu ada ketika studi banding. Maka, diharapkan para peserta bisa menjaga barang-barangnya dengan baik.

kklUntuk agenda selanjutnya, Ibu Mashlihatul Umami, MA selaku Ketua Progdi TBI memberikan pengarahan berupa pembuatan laporan studi banding di IALF Bali yang bertemakan “Classroom Management”. Karena tidak dapat dipungkiri kalau segera setelah studi banding ini dilakukan para mahasiswa semester VI TBI akan mengikuti PPL (praktek mengajar) di sekolah-sekolah tingkat SMP-SMA di sekitar Salatiga. Sehingga, materi tersebut sangat bermanfaat bagi para peserta yang di masa depan akan diarahkan untuk menjadi seorang pengajar/guru. Selain itu, Ibu Umami juga menjelaskan gambaran dari IALF yang berorientasi ke pemberian training atau persiapan tes IELTS untuk sekolah di luar negeri khususnya di Australia. Kemudian, pemaparan diakhiri dengan tanya jawab oleh mahasiswa, dan Ibu Umami menyarankan untuk membuka situs IALF di www.ialf.edu.au untuk informasi lebih lanjut. Di samping itu tidak lupa beliau mengingatkan untuk selalu berdoa di setiap langkah dan tempat-tempat yang dikunjungi karena hanya dengan perlindungan dari Allah kita dapat selamat dari segala mara bahaya. Ini dikarenakan di Bali memang banyak sekali tempat-tempat sakral sehingga lebih baik kita  membentengi diri.

Semoga perjalan studi banding ini berjalan dengan lancar dan membawa berkah… Amien.

Contributor: Marisa Fran Lina

(F)

English Version:

http://tbi.stainsalatiga.ac.id/the-preparations-of-tbi-students-encounter-kkl-road-to-ialf-bali/

TBI’s Discussion “Teaching with the awareness that every child is special “

Wednesday, May 7th 2014,

we held a TBI’s discussion by bringing a presenter from the UK, Mr. Nick Palfreyman. He is a deaf, who is currently completing his Post-Graduate Program in Indonesia. His dissertation is comparative study on sign language in Makassar and Solo. When he was in Australia, he also used to meet with our TBI’s lecturer; Mr. Hanung Triyoko which at that time also are taking a master graduate program at La Trobe University . Then, in the UK Mr. Nick also met with other TBI’s lecturer; Mrs. Noor Malihah when she was completing her education at Lancaster University for PhD program. A coincidence that brings blessing :). Finally, we invited Mr. Nick to be a presenter at the TBI’s discussion.

Besides Mr. Nick, also coming other the presenter from the Chairman of GERTAKIN Solo (deaf welfare organization), Muhammad Isnaini and the members, from school students, college students and parents. The event ran smoothly, starting with MC who used English, speech by the Chairman of the Committees; Mrs. Noor Malihah, opening ceremony by Chairman STAIN Salatiga; Dr. Rahmat Hariyadi , M. Pd. , Then the main event was moderated by Mr. Hanung Triyoko. During the event, deaf participants and presenters accompanied by an interpreter who interpret Indonesian into sign language .

For discussion participants, we invite all Guidance and Counseling (BK) teachers SMA / MA / SMK around Salatiga, STAIN Salatiga lecturers and student representatives from Student Activity Units (UKM) STAIN Salatiga and Tazkiya Consultancy Bureau of STAIN Salatiga. Participants who came nearly 100 people.

When the core event is running, Mr . Nick in presenting the material more comfortable not using a mic . This is because he can freely use his body language to explain, he even spoke Indonesian fluently enough in presenting the material. He points out that the most important thing in the teaching of deaf children is to focus on what students can do rather than what he cannot do, and do not forget to “praise” gives compliments to every slightest development in order to encourage him.

After the session by Mr. Nick, the next agenda is a testimony of the chairman and one of GERTAKIN members about their life journey as deaf. They spoke in sign language and the interpreter presented it into Indonesian. Listening to their stories were quite touched and because it also taught us to be grateful for God’s much blessings has given and it was truly God who created His creature which has any weaknesses, he also has many strengths that even the normal person is not able to do so . Because as shown by Mr. Nick when the last session, he could play a beautiful melody by using keyboard. Indeed God is great :).

In the question and answer session, many participants asked Mr. Nick enthusiastically dealing with how special teaching is. Meanwhile, Mrs. Hj. Lilik Sriyanti, M. Pd, The Head of Tazkiya Consultancy Bureau of STAIN Salatiga also explained at glance about education for ABK (Children with Special Needs) in her Foundation that she was being pioneered. He was also invited to anyone to provide funds for developing the foundation.

At the end of the event, the host quoted a beautiful words from Helen Keller, a deaf, blind and dumb, she was only able to communicate through touch and sign language. But she could be the inspiration for many people in the world, here is the following quotation: “The most beautiful things in life cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt by the HEART.

“Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you both (jinns and men) deny?” QS. Ar – Rahman

Contributor: Marisa Fran Lina

(F)

Indonesian version:

http://tbi.stainsalatiga.ac.id/sarasehan-tbi-mengajar-dengan-kesadaran-bahwa-setiap-anak-istimewa/

 

Sarasehan TBI “Mengajar dengan kesadaran bahwa setiap anak istimewa”

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Rabu 7 Mei 2014, kami menyelenggarakan sarasehan TBI dengan mendatangkan pemateri dari Inggris, Nick Palfreyman. Beliau seorang tunarungu yang sedang menyelesaikan studi S3 nya di Indonesia. Disertasinya mengenai perbandingan bahasa isyarat di Makasar dan di Solo. Beliau juga dulu ketika berada di Australia sempat bertemu dengan dosen TBI; Bapak Hanung Triyoko yang pada waktu itu juga sedang menempuh studi master di La trobe University. Kemudian, di Inggris Mr. Nick juga bertemu dengan dosen TBI yang lain; bu Noor Malihah yang ketika itu sedang menyelesaikan pendidikan S3 di Lancaster University. Suatu kebetulan yang membawa berkah :). Akhirnya, kami undang Mr. Nick untuk menjadi pemateri di sarasehan TBI.

Selain Mr. Nick, juga datang pemateri dari Ketua GERTAKIN Solo (organisasi kesejahteraan tunarungu), Muhamad Isnaini beserta para anggotanya, dari siswa sekolah, mahasiswa dan orang tua. Acara berjalan dengan lancar, dimulai dengan MC yang menggunakan bahasa Inggris, sambutan oleh Ketua Panitia; Bu Noor Malihah, pembukaan acara oleh Ketua STAIN Salatiga; Dr. Rahmat Hariyadi, M. Pd., kemudian inti acara yang dimoderatori oleh Pak Hanung Triyoko. Selama acara berlangsung para peserta tunarungu dan pemateri didampingi oleh seorang penerjamah ke dalam bahasa isyarat.

Untuk peserta sarasehan, kami mengundang seluruh guru BK SMA/MA/SMK se-Kota Salatiga, dosen-dosen STAIN Salatiga dan perwakilan mahasiswa dari UKM STAIN Salatiga serta pengurus Biro Konsultasi Tazkiya STAIN Salatiga. Peserta yang datang hampir mencapai 100 orang.

Ketika acara inti belangsung, Mr. Nick dalam menyampaikan materi lebih nyaman tidak menggunakan mic. Ini dikarenakan beliau bisa dengan bebas menggunakan body language untuk menjelaskan, beliau bahkan menggunakan bahasa Indonesia yang cukup lancar dalam menyampaikan materi. Beliau mengutarakan bahwa yang paling penting dalam pengajaran anak tunarungu adalah fokus pada apa yang siswa bisa lakukan daripada yang dia tidak bisa lakukan, serta jangan lupa “praise” memberikan pujian pada setiap perkembangan sekecil apapun itu untuk membesarkan hatinya.

Setelah sesi materi oleh Mr. Nick, acara selanjutnya adalah testimoni dari ketua dan salah satu anggota GERTAKIN tentang perjalanan hidup mereka sebagai penyandang tunarungu. Mereka berbicara dengan bahasa isyarat dan penerjemah menyampaikannya dengan Bahasa Indonesia. Mendengar cerita mereka, cukup terenyuh juga karena mengajari kita untuk lebih banyak bersyukur atas nikmat yang Allah  berikan dan sungguh Allah itu memang Maha Adil karena menciptakan makhluk-Nya yang lepas dari segala kekurangan selalu ada banyak kelebihan yang bahkan orang normalpun tidak mampu melakukannya. Karena seperti yang ditampilkan Mr. Nick ketika usai acara, beliau berhasil memainkan melodi yang indah dengan menggunakan keyboard. Sungguh Maha Besar Allah :).

Pada sesi tanya jawab, banyak peserta yang antusias bertanya kepada Mr. Nick perihal pengajaran istimewa tersebut. Sementara itu, Ibu Hj. Lilik Sriyanti, M. Pd, Ketua Biro Konsultasi Tazkiya STAIN Salatiga juga menceritakan sekilas perihal pendidikan ABK (Anak Berkebutuhan Khusus) di yayasan yang beliau sedang rintis. Beliau juga mempersilahkan kepada siapa saja untuk memberikan dana guna berkembangnya yayasan tersebut.

Di akhir acara, pembawa acara mengutip kata mutiara indah dari Hellen Keller, seorang penyandang tunarungu, tunanetra dan tunawicara, dia hanya mampu berkomunikasi melalui sentuhan dan bahasa isyarat. Namun dia berhasil menjadi insipirasi banyak orang di dunia, berikut kutipannya: “The most beautiful things in life cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt by the HEART. Hal-hal paling indah dalam hidup ini adalah yang tidak dapat dilihat atau bahkan disentuh, tetapi dapat dirasakan dengan HATI.

Maka nikmat Tuhan kamu manakah yang kamu dustakan?” QS. Ar-Rahman

Contributor: Marisa Fran Lina

(F)

English version:

http://tbi.stainsalatiga.ac.id/tbis-discussion-teaching-with-the-awareness-that-every-child-is-special/

Literature Appreciation LIVE in Performance

Friday, January 29th 2014, STAIN Salatiga’s meeting hall, Mr. Hanung’s class (Literature Appreciation) had an English drama performance instead of written exam in final examination. This became an annual activity. He said that students looked more interested and cheerful in performing drama than doing a written test :D. The three foreigners also watched this performance, they are David and Alex from German and John from USA. The lecturers also came; Mr. Benny Ridwan, Mr. Gufron and his wife, Mr. Hanung’s wife and daughter, staffs and students of STAIN Salatiga.

There are 2 dramas performed. The first was about Siti Masyitoh’s story in Musa prophet and Fir’aun era. Siti Masyitoh had to face Fir’aun’s cruelty that he finally decided to throw her husband and children into a very-hot water. She was still tough and did not admit that Fir’aun is a GOD, although eventually, he also threw her into a very-hot water but she believed that she died in her true faith.

The second performance entitled “Noona”, a Moslem family who lived happily until there was a strike from soldiers who killed everybody, only remained some people included Noona. This drama was more touched and dramatic because of the effect of sound and the acting of characters. Finally, both of the main characters (Noona and the head of the soldier) died, then that was the end of the story.

The last is a speech from the lecturer, Mr. Hanung who really appreciated with his students’ works. He also said that both of the performances actually described about the song by Dream Theater entitled “Spirit Carries On”, here are some the favorite lyrics to be sang at the end of the performance that everybody turned of the lamp and one people brought one candle:

If I die tomorrow
I’d be all right
Because I believe
That after we’re gone
The spirit carries on

We, as the audiences were touched. this was a different performance which the theme was about religion but it was as awesome as the other dramas performed before. (Marisa Fran Lina(F)