Jurnal As-Salam 2022-08-29T15:08:08+07:00 Mustafa Kamal Nasution Open Journal Systems <p><strong>As-Salam Journal </strong>[p-ISSN: <a href=";1467099712&amp;1&amp;&amp;">2528-1402</a> | e-ISSN: <a href=";1487061895&amp;1&amp;&amp;">2549-5593</a> | doi: <a href=""></a>] is a scientific publication journal published by <strong>The Lecturer Association of Islamic Studies</strong> in Aceh Province, published in a paper-based manner in 2016 and published online since 2017. As-Salam Journal is published 2 (two) times a year, first period in June and the second period in December. The As-Salam Journal is <em>Open Access</em> and <em>Peer-Reviewed</em>. The main objective of the As-Salam Journal is to provide a platform for national and international scholars, academics and researchers to share ideas in the fields of <strong><em>Science-Islamic Integration (interdisciplinary) and Education</em></strong>.</p> TEACHER EDUCATION IN CAMBODIA: FORMULAE, CHALLENGES, AND SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT 2022-08-11T15:07:24+07:00 Sereyrath Em Pisith Chin Somphors Khan Nel Nun <p>Education is the key to building human capital in all countries in the world. Without enough qualified individuals, no country can be properly developed. Therefore, teacher education is essential in all countries. All kinds of development processes emerge from learning and teaching. A teacher is the most important character in building human capital. So, teacher education is even more important. Cambodia has a very long history of education. Education in this country used to reach the top during the Angkor Period and dropped down to zero during the Killing Fields. This article reviews some aspects of education, the formulae of teacher education after year zero, and the challenges of teacher education, and it also suggests some ideas to improve the teacher education process in Cambodia. This research is qualitative research with a documentary study approach. This article shows that education in Cambodia used to peak and fall to zero.</p> 2022-08-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal As-Salam CAMBODIAN BUDDHIST MONK STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION IN LEARNING ENGLISH: THE CASE OF HUN NENG BUDDHIST PRIMARY SCHOOL, KAMPONG CHAM TOWN 2022-08-13T16:32:49+07:00 Pheaktra Keo Seylanin Yoeurn Monyroth Prom Pisith Chin Sereyrath Em <p>This study presents an overview of a survey on Cambodian Buddhist monk students’ motivation in learning English at Hun Neng Buddhist Primary School, Kampong Cham Town. The study employed a quantitative method. The study aimed to examine the motivation levels of the participants and the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation levels. 93 Buddhist monk students participated in the study. The findings show that the Buddhist monk students were highly motivated to learn English, and it was also reported that they were more extrinsically motivated than intrinsically motivated. The study also recommends that motivation inside and outside the classroom be carefully considered. It is also recommended that future research be conducted with a larger sample size using other statistical analyses at other educational institutions. Qualitative and mixed-methods designs are also recommended.</p> 2022-08-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal As-Salam TEACHING ADVANCED LISTENING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC: LECTURERS’ STRATEGIES EXPLAINED 2022-08-09T15:30:28+07:00 Saiful Akmal Mulia Mulia Ghiffary An-nur <p>Listening is one of the four sub-skills in English that need to be mastered. Learning will be more effective when using the appropriate learning strategies. In this pandemic period, appropriate learning strategies are necessary to optimize learning. The purpose of this research is to find out what strategies lecturers need and use in teaching advanced listening during COVID-19 at UIN Ar-Raniry and how lecturers apply and implement the strategy in teaching advanced listening during COVID-19 at UIN Ar-Raniry. The researcher used email and WhatsApp as the media. The data collection method used in this study is qualitative, using a narrative approach. In collecting data, the researcher also used data collection techniques using the semi-structured interview type. The researcher used data reduction and written summarization to analyze the data. The participants are three permanent lecturers and one substitute lecturer in the Department of English Language Education of Ar-Raniry State Islamic University. They are selected purposively using specific criteria. This study’s results indicate that using the right strategy in the learning process will produce effective learning. All participants can investigate their right thoughts, opinions, and arguments, including any aspect of listening teaching strategies.</p> 2022-08-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal As-Salam THE MOST EFFECTIVE ENGLISH TEACHING METHODS IN RURAL SCHOOLS 2022-06-12T07:25:49+07:00 Darius Yonatan Nama Christmas Prasetia Ate <p>Effective teaching methods in many contexts are still a concern when it comes to teaching English as a foreign language in Indonesia. It relates to a lack of English proficiency. Even after six years of formal language learning, students can still not acquire productive English abilities such as speaking and writing. This study's main objective is to find the English teachers' perspectives concerning the most effective teaching methods in rural schools throughout four districts, Malaka, Kupang, Timor Tengah Utara, and Timor Tengah Selatan. The mixed-method was administered through a questionnaire, data collected from 26 English teachers at Senior High School who met the criteria. In addition, eight respondents were interviewed to learn how to apply effective methods. The most effective methods of teaching English in rural areas include Suggestopedia, Audio-Lingual Method, Communicative Language Teaching, and Task-Based Language Teaching.</p> 2022-08-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal As-Salam