Zal Zulifa

Zalzulifa, an English Lecturer
Male, 55 Years|COLUMBUS - 43201, United States

Member since: Nov 14, 2014

Last active on: Apr 11, 2016 at 02:54 PM (EST)

About Zal Zulifa

Hello, I am Zalzulifa--English lecturer at the State Polytechnic of Creative Media (Polimedia) Jakarta. In addition to teaching English I also teach publishing skill such as; editing and editorial management.

After 23 years of experience teaching English and Publishing Skills, then for my doctoral degree at the State University Jakarta (2014) I tried to develop learning material called "Publipreneur Based language Learning (PBLL)". The publishing business role play and simulation like collaborating and networking with authors, literary agents and editors or publishers are team working practices used for mediation of learners in using their English to achieve the language fluency in reading, writing, listening, speaking implemented in publishing competencies "prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, publishing, marketing, delivering.

The use of integrative technology in this models inspired after watching video in youtobe during my three months associate research program at Ohio State University (September 29th to December 29th, 2014). So that, there some models I would like to share used for Business Purposes at Creative Industries, namely: PBLL for Publishing Business or Industry, PBLL for Graphic Design Business or Industry, PBLL for Printing Business or Industry, PBLL for Advertising Business or Industry, PBLL for Mode Business or Industry, PBLL for Animation Business or Industry, PBLL for Multimedia Business or Industry, PBLL for Craft Business or Industry, PBLL for Radio Business or Industry, PBLL for Television Business or Industry, PBLL for Film Business or Industry, PBLL for Photography Business or Industry, PBLL for Culinary Business or Industry.

Finally I am sure, this learning approach will be more meaningful by using integrative technology as you will see... good luck

Teaches
Teaching Preferences

Online Teaching

One-on-One at $20-30 per hour

Group Teaching at $30-40 per hour

In Person Teaching

One-on-One at $20-30 per hour

Group Teaching at $40-50 per hour

Offers free trial classes

Teaches following Subjects/Exams
Introduction to Publipreneur Based Language Learning (PBLL) as an Approach (Languages)
Language of Instruction: English
English Material Development Vocational Leaners Indonesia
English for Business Purposes (Languages)
Language of Instruction: English
Publipreneur Based language Learning (PBLL) Approache, PBLL Publishing Business, PBLL Printing Business, PBLL Graphic Design Business, PBLL Packaging Business
Teaching Experience

Spoken English and Personality development trainer

Higher Education, Jakarta, Indonesia

Aug 1989 - Nov 2014

English Language and Publishing


Mention mostly on Material and Curriculum Development, Especially English Teaching as a Foreign Language.

Professional Experience
Teaching English and Publishing Skills
Publishing Department at the State Polytechnic of Creative Media, Jakarta, Indonesia
Aug 1990 - Nov 2014

My job involves motivating, facilitating and innovating learners to learn, developing material and curriculum of English language teaching for the Speaker of Indonesia. Collaborating with IT developers as well ensure optimization of publishing software and am responsible for user end product.

Education

Doctoral Candidate on Language Learning and Science

State University Jakarta, Indonesia

Aug 2010 - Nov 2014


Language Learning and Material or Curriculumm Development

Professional Exams & Certifications

TOEFL Certificate and Driving Liscence in Indonesia

the State Polytechnic of Creative Media Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia

Year Of Passing: 2013


English Language and Publishing Skills

Associations & Membership
Indonesia Publisher Association
Jakarta, Indonesia
Aug 1990 - Nov 2014

Developing the National Occupational Standard of Competence for the Publishing Practitioners in Indonesia

Publications and Research
Desiging English Materials for the Publishing Students
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Designing English Materials for Publishing Students at PoliMedia”. A Thesis how to design English material for publishing students at the State Polytechnic of Creative Media (PoliMedia) Jakarta. Magister of Education in English at Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. DR. Hamka, 2011

This thesis is aimed at investigating the appropriate ways of designing English teaching materials for the publishing students at the State Polytechnic of Creative Media (PoliMedia). In order to reach the answer, this thesis is aimed at investigating whether the English materials meet the Publishing Students’ needs, investigating whether the English materials meet the industry’s needs and investigating whether the English materials improve the students English proficiency in understanding EOP materials. The research objects are publishing students, lecturers, and publishing practitioners with representative various number of respondents.
The research uses qualitative approach through seeing, observing, discussing and studying some related documents taken from questioannaire, interview, simulation and focus group discussion among lecturers. Meanwhile the research settings belong to the Research and Development (RD) where the researcher acting as English lecturer and designing English Materials for Publishing Students approached to the pragmatic experiential learning the researcher face in daily routine activities at PoliMedia.
In order to answer the first research questions the researcher executed students’ need assessment through questionnaire, interview and class observation (simulation) in learning process. The second research question is overcome through eight items of respondents’ understanding, namely: 1) Perception of Lecturers toward the publishing knowledge; 2) Institutional Awareness of Lecturer; 3) Students’ role in learning activities; 4) lecturers’ role in learning process; 5) Evaluation in learning process; 6) Difficulties in designing English materials; 7) S

Studi Persepsi Standar Kompetensi Industri Penerbitan Indonesia
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Background:
The tracer study of publishing competencies 2008 indicated that a number of units and elements of international publishing competencies (published by UK) is adaptable for enhancing the national qualification framework of publishing industries in Indonesia. Moreover, the rich and various culture, language and demograpy of Indonesia can be a key factors that the Indonesia publishing competeicies can be more various than Britain’s. When there are 39 competency units in UK’s then Indonesia is potential to have more than 76 competency unit. In oder to assure the adaptaion process, it is needed to do the perception analysis of the publishing practitioners toward the international views with 9 tasks, 39 units and 140 elements.

Methods: The perception analysis uses qalitative and quantitative approaches through three main prcedures, such as: (1) taking the first or primer data through questionaer, focus group discussion, benchmarking documents, confirmation to the document’s usage, and requesting feedback from practitioners as skill reader. (2) data analysis in order to see the meaand of rellevant and mean of irrelevant indicated through cartecisous diagram to see the competencies components within the range of priorities, major and overview. (3) having the second data in order to see the cause of irrelevan and relevant factor.

Results:
Uji persepsi diperlukan untuk memastikan proses lanjut adaptasi guna memastikan kebenaran baik aspek bidang tugas, unit kompetensi, serta elemen kompetensi sesuai panduan penyusunan SKKNI dari Badan Nasional Standarisasi Profesi (BNSP). Lebih lanjut dalam upaya memenuhi kebutuhan konsumen, perusahaan-perusahaan harus dapat bekerja dengan standar yang tepat dan untuk itu perlu disusun standar proses kerja rinci yang dapat menjamin seseorang memiliki kualifikasi kompetensi kerja yang dibutuhkan untuk melaksanakan tugas tersebut.


Conclusion: Rata-rata tingkat kepentingan menggamba

Relationship Between Theme and Protagonists in the Novel The Tree of Man, by Patrick White
Zalzulifa

It is interesting to see the relationship between Stan and Amy and their different characteristics from which arise the conflicts in facing the life in order to create the intact theme. By looking at Stan’s first appearance in the novel, it seems White has a preconceived role or set of characteristics he wants to apply to Stan’s character. His bitter experience makes him become well—known as a “pretty stubborn man” by the people around him. In the mean time, Amy’s characteristics have also been prepared by White through the function of three things which were given to her by the Parson’s wife at the wedding party. Those three things are: a bible, a blouse as good as new, and a little silver nutmeg grater. Of course, they are given to Amy, but, there is an impression that both Stan and Amy will have to adopt those kinds of characteristics in life. For further analysis, let us see whether the appearance of the protagonists as symbolized by the three things in expressing the theme.
After having elaborately discussed, the relationship between the protagonists and theme, the writer of this thesis would like to sum up his study that: First, Patrick White in this novel tries to prove that experiences can make one mature in thought and act. The essence of humanity can be found in the interaction between human beings and their surroundings. Like in this story, Stan, who derives from a virginal place or suburb, lives in an area which becomes crowded over time and therefore has to face increasing problems. The success of Stan in facing every problem makes him different than his neighbor who kills himself because the people around him say that he is a dull man. It is true that this novel is not about the land, but of course, the human relationships between nature, with God, animals, and other humans. So, there is a broad meaning in the relationship which White tries to portray in this novel. Second, the characteristics of the protagonists are expressed through the dialogues

Language Acquisition in Publishing Industry
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Background: This research is back-worded by the pragmatic experiential learning problems the researcher faces in daily routine activities of teaching learning from first to fourth semester (2008-2011) at PoliMedia. It has accumulated into the researcher’s pragmatic findings that teaching English for publishing students with its basic skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking) should be in line with the needed basic competencies of language assessment in the publishing needed skills (pre-writing, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing). However, in order to assure the pragmatic findings it is needed to do the academic analysis through the following academic research methodology, including: setting and time, research design, population and sample, data collection instrument, and data analysis.
Methods: The research uses qualitative approach through seeing, observing, discussing and studying some related documents taken from questioannaire, interview, simulation and focus group discussion among lecturers..
Results: The data shows various level of language acquisition (reading, writing, listening, speaking) found in prewriting, drafting, revising, editing and publishing. While there are seventeen students’ needed technical skills to be supported in learning process, such as: 1). team working skills; 2) oral communication skills; 3) problem solving skills, 4) customer handling skills, 5) management skills, 6) general IT user skills, 7) technical and practical skills, 8) office administration skills, 9) written communication skills, 10) literacy skills, 11) numeracy skills, 12) IT professional skills, 13) foreign language skills, 14) grappling with grammar skill, 15) speed reading skills, 16) note-taking skills and 17) negotiating skills.
Conclusion: It is concluded that the language acquisition (reading, writing, listening and speaking) in line with the learning activities ought to encourage students enjoy learn and practice the activities of

Need Assessment of English Language for the Publishing Students at Politeknik Negeri Media Kreatif
Zalzulifa

Background: The research Need Assessment is necessary to make the decisions that influence a learner’s progress. It should therefore be viewed as a fundamental practice that happens naturally in the teaching and learning process. This then means that learners should be assessed continuously to monitor their progress and make daily instructional decisions. The research background was done through the learning process at the State Polytechnic of Creative Media.

Methods: In finding the right way of designing English material for the publishing students the researcher executed students’ need assessment through questionnaire, interview and class observation (simulation) in learning process. The research question is overcome through eight items of respondents’ understanding, namely: 1) Perception of Lecturers toward the publishing knowledge; 2) Institutional Awareness of Lecturer; 3) Students’ role in learning activities; 4) lecturers’ role in learning process; 5) Evaluation in learning process; 6) Difficulties in designing English materials; 7) Solution in problem solving; 8) Designing English material for the publishing students.
Results: The findings of this research cover three main points. First, in order to meet the publishing students’ needs, the design of English learning materials should be formulated according to the level of competencies approaches to national qualification framework of Indonesia. Second, in order to meet the Industrial needs, the design of English learning materials must be able to promote students in performing various technical skills and publishing competencies needed for industry. Third, in order to improve students’ proficiency in understanding EOP materials, the design of English learning materials can ellaborate Kathelen Graven’s model with its modification by putting actualizing concept after conceptualizing contents.
Conclusion:
Keywords: Language Acquisition, publishing competencies, actualizing concepts, stud

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