Probing Prompting Learning as a Solution to Demotivation Nahwu Learning Method

  • Siti Sulaikho UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang
  • Renti Yamar IAIN Curup
  • Fina Aunul Kafi Universitas Al-Falah As-Sunniyyah
  • Muhammad Syahrul Munir STIT Al Muslihuun Tlogo Blitar


This research seeks to uncover the causes of motivational inhibition methods in nahwu learning and offer alternative solutions. This is a qualitative and descriptive research. The sampling technique is intentional sampling. Data were collected by observation, documentation and interviews. Data analysis technique used the 5-step model of Sugiyono. The results of the study found 9 symptoms that cause reluctance in nahwu learning, namely: 1) material quality, 2) material is not in accordance with the level of students' thinking ability, 3) manipulation of classroom situations, 4) few material from teachers, 5) lack of evaluation, 6) the form of questions is less diverse so that it does not increase students' enthusiasm in providing answers, 7) the form of questions is relatively the same so that students feel less challenged, 8) nahwu is becoming an unpopular topic for students who have never studied nahwu, 9) students who have previously studied nahwu did not improve. The nine things can be grouped into 4, namely: 1) symptoms related to nahwu material, 2) symptoms related to classroom situations, 3) symptoms related to questions/exercises, and 4) symptoms related to student satisfaction. The solution to the demotivation in nahwu learning is to apply the probing prompting learning, based on important aspects.

How to Cite
SULAIKHO, Siti et al. Probing Prompting Learning as a Solution to Demotivation Nahwu Learning Method. International Conference on Law, Technology, Spirituality and Society (ICOLESS), [S.l.], v. 3, p. 442-452, dec. 2023. ISSN 2828-111X. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 05 mar. 2024.