AUTHOR GUIDELINES

AL-ASASIYYA: Journal Of Basic Education, accepts articles in the form of research results, literature studies, and related scientific papers, whether in Indonesian, Arabic or English, with the following conditions:

  1. The writing has never been published in a periodical publication or book.
  2. A number of pages between 10-20 pages, typed with space 1.5 on A4 size paper (21 cm x 29.7 cm).
  3. Posts are submitted in print-out and file-document formats stored in RTF (Rich Text Format) format in MS Word computer applications.
  4. Each article is accompanied by (a) the title, (b) the name of the author (without an academic degree) with the names of the faculty/department and author's institution/college, (c) abstracts 125-150 words written in English or Arabic for Indonesian, and in the Indonesian language for English or Arabic manuscripts, (d) keywords, (e) introduction (without subheadings) containing; background and purpose or scope of writing, (f) discussion, (g) conclusions and Suggestions, and (h) bibliography.
  5. While the manuscripts of the research results are presented with the following systematics: (a) the title, (b) the name of the author (without an academic degree) with the name of the faculty/department and institution/college writer, (c) abstract 75-125 words written in English or Arabic for the Indonesian language script, and in the Indonesian language for English or Arabic manuscripts, (d) keywords, (e) introduction (without subheads) containing; (h) the conclusions and suggestions, (h) the bibliography (only relevant), and (i) the attachment (if any).
  6. Words from foreign languages and regional languages that have not been absorbed and standardized in Indonesian are written in italic; Especially the Arabic word written italic and following the guidelines of transliteration.
  7. References in writing using a footnote, for example, Sigit Dwi Laksana, Magic Mathematics As Media Builder of Child Learning Spirit, (Ponorogo: Publisher Wade, 2016), h.2-4, the quotation of Hadith includes the transmitters.
  8. The writing is accompanied by a bibliography/bibliography written with the same rules for writing footnotes, except the page numbers are omitted. Example: Margaret Andersen, Race, Class, and Gender, (California: Publishing Company, 1992).