Faisal Mustafa

Faisal Mustafa

PhD Candidate
Arts, Design & Architecture
School of Education

ܱǰ:Andy Gao, Hoa Nguyen

I received a Bachelor's degree in English language teaching at Universitas Syiah Kuala, Indonesia, in 2018 and obtained my Master's degree in Linguistics at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom, in 2011. Since then, I have worked at Universitas Syiah Kuala as a lecturer in the English language teaching department.

My research interests cover education, English language education, technology in language teaching, language testing, and linguistics.

  • Mustafa, F. (2023). Phonology of Acehnese reduplication: Applying optimality theory. LLT Journal: A Journal on Language and Language Teaching, 26(2), 546-560
  • Yasin, B., Yusuf, Y., Mustafa, F., Khairuddin, Safina, D., Sarinauli, B. (2023). Introducing Contextual Teaching and Learning as a Transition from Textbook-Based Curriculum to the National Curriculum. European Journal of Educational Research, 12(4), 1767-1779.
  • Muthalib, K.A., Mustafa, F., Yusuf, S.B. (2023). Types of plagiarism in EFL undergraduate theses: Discrepancy between knowledge and practice. International Journal of Language Studies, 17(2), 75-98.
  • Aziz, Z.A., Amery, R., Mustafa, F. (2022). Consonant changes in loanwords borrowed from Indonesian into dialects of Acehnese. Journal on Asian Linguistic Anthropology, 4(4), 1-19.
  • Yasin, B., Kasim, U., Mustafa, F., Marhaban, S., Komariah, E. (2022). Self-efficacy of English language teachers with low and high curriculum literacy in Indonesian schools. Profile: Issues in Teachers' Professional Development, 24(2), 81-97.
  • Kasim, U., Muslem, A., Mustafa, F. (2022). The effect of learning by teaching on soft-skill improvement among undergraduate students. European Journal of Educational Research, 11(3), 1337-1348.
  • Yusuf, Y.Q., Aziz, Z.A., Mustafa, F., Khatimah, H. (2022). The unique accent features of the stigmatized Greater Aceh subdialect in Sibreh, Aceh, Indonesia. International Journal of Language Studies, 16(2), 143-164.
  • Yasin, B., Mustafa, F. (2022). Correlation between behavioural management, instructional management, and the English proficiency level of teachers of English as a foreign language (EFL). South African Journal of Education, 42(2), Article No. 1949
  • Mustafa, F., Weda, S., Masykar, T. (2022). Correlation between student internet access and teachers’ self-efficacy in teaching online classes. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, 17(10), 99-119.
  • Mustafa, F., Hajan, B.H. (2022). The effect of an authentic learning experience on low-performing EFL pre-service teachers’ intentions to use e-learning for teaching. CALL-EJ, 23(1), 294-311.
  • Elfiondri, Mustafa, F., Yusuf, Y.Q. (2022). Workshop activity module in e-learning for maximum vocabulary exposure in an EFL classroom. CALL-EJ, 23(2), 6-17.
  • Mustafa, F., Raisha, S., Mahlil, M. (2021). Rubric for assessment of learning process in EFL online classrooms: Validation and revision. MEXTESOL Journal, 45(3).
  • Yusuf, Y.Q., Mustafa, F., Iqbal, R.M. (2021). An inquiry into grammatical errors in writing committed by high achieving EFL students. International Journal of Language Studies, 15(2). 1-22.
  • Anwar, S., Mustafa, F. (2021). A shortcut in language testing: Predicting the score for paper-based TOEFL based on one sub-score. International Journal of Language Education, 5(3), 207-223.
  • Kasim, U., Muslem, A., Mustafa, F. (2020). Empirical evidence on the effectiveness of the learning by teaching technique among university-level English as a foreign language students. Journal of Language and Education, 6(3), 69-79.
  • Yasin, B., Mustafa, F. (2020). The effect of English teacher's instructional management skills on beginner students' achievement and perception. International Journal of Instruction, 13(4), 49-66.
  • Mustafa, F., Assiry, S.N., Bustari, A., Nuryasmin, R.A. (2019). The role of vocabulary e-learning: Comparing the effect of reading skill training with and without vocabulary homework. Teaching English with Technology, 19(2), 21-43.
  • Mustafa, F., Anwar, S. (2018). Distinguishing TOEFL Score: What is the lowest Score considered a TOEFL Score? Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 26(3), 1995-2008.
  • Muslem, A., Mustafa, F., Usman, B., Rahman, A. (2017). The application of video clips with small group and individual activities to improve young learners' speaking performance. Teaching English with Technology, 17(4), 25-37.