Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal

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ISSN / EISSN : 25979248 / 25973819
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
Total articles ≅ 45
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Stevani Lika Sari Tarigan, Marta Rejeki Manalu, Ayu Supriani Tampubolon, Yenita Br Sembiring
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 258-264; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i2.1019

Abstract:The research aims to find out the student's strategies in translating idioms. The method used in this study qualitative descriptive, this study was conducted at SMA SwastaPencawan Medan with the samples were 23 students of XI-MIA-2. The researcher used an essay test with 25 questions to translate idioms sentences. The result collection collected data from the students convert sentence researchers provided the database on the results of students' strategies in translating idioms on an essay test. Using a phrase of similar meaning in form result show there were 61 (34,27%), using a language of same meaning but dissimilar form in form show there were 19 (10,67%), translating by paraphrase in form result show there were 70 (39,33%) and translation by omission in form show there were 28 (15,73%). The result showed that many students translate idioms sentences with translation by paraphrase. The dominant strategies students are predominantly translation by paraphrase, and most students cannot turn the idiom in to the sentence that has been given. Keywords: strategies, translation idiom sentences, senior high school
Helmida Barus, Dorsita Sitohang, Meyna Malango, Seprosari Simbolon
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 247-257; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i2.1020

Abstract:This study aims to discuss teacher communication strategies to students in improving student achievement. According to researchers obstacles what teachers face in improving student achievement is concerned free time or opportunity to gather (discuss) between the teacher and student. This research is a type of qualitative research, which researchers as the key instrument, from the interview results the researcher gave a picture of that teacher communication strategies in creasing student achievement in more schools to rewards, in reality teacher often misinterterpret strategies this, The teacher only understands the form of punishment given to students who guilty, even thought the reward should also be given to students who achievers in the form of gifts, praise and others. From the three studies above it can be concluded In the learning process still found 15 students from 30 students who have difficulty in communicating, so it is very influential in the participation and achievement of students learning. To solve the problem, it is by using a learning method that requires students to be actively communicating, dare to express opinions. The problem that is examined in this research is how the form of teacher communication with the students occurs Keywords : communication strategies, English language learning.
Dewi Saktiyah Al Khoiriyah
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 238-246; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i1.984

Abstract:The objectives of the researcher is to describe Unconscious Mind and Anxiety, this research mainly aimed to answer, ‘How is the anxiety reflected in Face in the Crowd movie script?’ , ‘How do the anxieties lead to fantasy in Face in the Crowd movie script?’. Those two problems are analyzed with Psychological of literature or Psychoanalytical approach. The researcher used a qualitative descriptive method in classifying and analyzing the data,the data was taken from movie script entitled Face In the crowd by Julian Magnat. Then, the result of analysis is the description of unconscious mind and anxiety in the main character. In this analysis the researcher divided it into two main points, such as the anxiety in Face in the Crowd movie script, and the anxieties lead to fantasy. Finally, the conclusion from this analysis there are only a few dialogues that show moral anxieties experienced by Anna. And it can be concluded that is the anxiety felt Anna objectivy reality. Anxiety objectivy reality itself is an anxiety that comes from the fear of the danger in the outside world. Then fantasy does not only occur during sleep but when he appeared conscious but without realizing it. The main character in the film derives satisfaction from fantasies that arise when together with her ​​husband, with the Anna vision abnormalities. And fantasy is a process of daydreaming (dreamy) or imagining action to provide an escafrom reality, with satisfaction the achievements obtained and pleasure that are imaginary or die as a hero who does not sin. Keyword: unconscious mind, anxiety, fantasy, and dream
Sri Utami
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 201-218; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i1.996

Abstract:The purpose of this research is to analyze initial vocabulary of nouns in the field of Legal Studies had by the first semester students of Law Study Program of University of Kutai Kartanegara in academic year 2019/2020. This study used descriptive qualitative design. The research subjects were 10 students of the first semester. The instrument of the study was vocabulary test in the form of written test by using match type test. The results of this study are as follows: (1) there were 9 words that became the most common initial vocabularies of nouns in the field of Legal Studies, (2) There were 6 words that became the most unfamiliar nouns for almost all the students. Based on the findings of the research it could be summarized (1) the initial vocabularies of nouns in the field of Legal Studies were varies but still very limited; (2) the nouns in the field of Legal Studies that were not familiar for the students were also varies. It meant that each student has different familiar and unfamiliar nouns. The initial vocabularies of nouns in the field of Legal Studies had by the students were different one each other. Some students had more initial vocabularies but some others had less initial vocabularies. Keywords: initial vocabularies, nouns, legal studies
Kristiani Lisma Vera Br Ginting, Dinda Syafitri, Cahaya Riama Yanti Nehe, Nita Paskarina Manullang, Sri Ninta Tarigan
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 230-237; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i1.1000

Abstract:The purpose of this research is to find does the animation movies can improve students’ skill and ability in writing narrative text at SMP Swasta TD Pardede Foundation at VII grade in academic year2018/2019. In this research, the researchers used classroom action research and was conducted in two cycles. Each cycles consist of four steps, there are: planning, action, observing and reflecting. This research used quantitative and qualitative research to collect the data, researchers conduct tests. The tests are pre-test and post-test.The result showed that the teaching students’ skill in writing using video can improve students’ skill in writing narrative text. An increase in mean scores indicates that there is an increase in students’ skill. The student’s pre-test score was 63.69; it increased to 72.50 in the first post-test up to 78.02 in the second post-test. From the result of the study, it can be concluded that teaching writing skill using animation videos can improve students’ writing skill. Keyword: narrative, animation movie
Yudha Suranta P Siregar, Natalia Widya Pasca Tarigan, Cindy Ika Mawarni, Christine Widyantari Br Simanjuntak, Alfian Tanjaya
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 189-200; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i1.995

Abstract:This research aims to classify and analyze students’ types and sources of errors in writing recount text using simple past tense. This research used descriptive qualitative research. Furthermore, researchers used a written test and chose the 2nd grade students of Senior High School and observed 20 students. It was found the students do all the types of errors. Selection errors was the most common types of errors with 94 or 44,98% of errors. The second was the omission errors with 56 or 26,79% of errors. The third was the addition errors with 43 or 20,57% of errors. Then the last was misordering errors with 16 or 07,66% of errors. Furthermore, the errors weren’t caused by Indonesian language’s system but the complexity of English language’s system. Moreover, the lack of students’ understandings of grammar was the cause of the errors. In this research, most of the students didn’t understand present and past form of the verbs. It can be concluded that students had difficulty in writing using properly grammar because the English language’s system. Keywords: error analysis, types of errors, sources of errors.
Yusri Apriani Margaretha Turnip, Fransiska Vanny Guitara Marbun, Anita Lovia Girsang, Sri Ninta Tarigan
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 173-179; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i1.987

Abstract:The research was conducted aiming to an analysis of students’ ability in writing descriptive texts at the second grade SMP Swasta Talitakum medan”. The method used in this research is qualitative method. This research was conducted at the second grade focus on generic structure, characteristics, vocabulary. From the data analysis of 23 students, 43.48% of students had a low writing ability category, 34.78% had a medium writing ability, and 21.73% had a high writing ability category. The researchers found that students still had many difficulties in making paragraphs that used the correct generic structure. So students need a lot of practice both at home and courses. Keywords: writing, descriptive text, generic structure.
Juliani Dameria Pardosi, Renstra Emitha Veronika Br. Karo, Owinike Anggun S. Sijabat, Hotmatua Pasaribu, Natalia Widya Pasca Tarigan
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 159-172; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i1.983

Abstract:This research is aimed to find out the typical errors on students in writing narrative text by using simple past tense at grade IX of SMP SwastaTalitakum Medan. The researchers used a descriptive qualitative method in this research. Based on the research findings, it can be concluded that the errors of misinformation are the most frequent errors in which the ninth grade students committed 233 errors in regular verb. Moreover , it was followed by errors of misinformation with 150 errors, addition with 38 errors, omission with 29 errors and misordering with 16 errors. Then errors in regular verb, it was followed by errors of misordering with 36 errors, omission with 38 errors, addition with 56 errors and misinformation with 156 errors. It can be concluded that after analyzing through the research, the writer got the data about students’ errors, which are commonly made in narrative writing using simple past. Their errors are misinformation, addition, omission and misordering. Keywords: error analysis, simple past tense
Indah Rahmalia
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 120-131; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i1.954

Abstract:This research was aimed to describe the lecturer’s motivational strategies in Teaching English at STKIP Yayasan Abdi Pendidikan Payakumbuh.This research was descriptive research in qualitative method. Participants in this research were three English lecturers who teach in Indonesian Department. Those were chosen by using total sampling. Researcher used observation, recording and field notes as the sources of the data. Checking data trustworthiness had been done by using peer briefing. After doing the research, the result showed that the most motivational strategies used by the lecturers was creating basic motivational conditions. Percentage was 24,65%. concluded that the English lecturer had used some kinds of motivational strategies in teaching English, strategy that used by the lecturers is creating the basic motivational conditions Keywords : motivational strategies, teaching english
Dian Luthfiyati, Abdul Kholiq, Nur Dian Tamimih
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 3, pp 108-119; doi:10.31539/leea.v3i1.920

Abstract:The aims of this study were to find social interaction of autism in Life, Animated film. The autistic child in this film is the second son of Suskind Family. This study the writer uses descriptive analysis techniques. The data of this study are the conversation of Life, Animated film. Data analysis techniques used in this study is transcription, classification and analysis. Data source was Life, Animated Film. This study only focused on social interaction. The result of the research shows that Owen was confused and did not understand what people said, he was often smiling by himself, he also often gritting his teeth, he imitated word or sentence that had said by other people, not only sentence but he also imitates several scenes in Disney movie, closed with his mother, he prefers to have relation with older or adult than in age-mates, he shows his disappointment if he left by his friend and he expressed his feeling and what he wanted using different Disney movies. This study shows that autistic children want to be around people, but they are sometimes do not know how to connect with others. The conclusion from this study is supported by family, therapist and people around autism people, becomes important thing to realize their potential of autism. Keywords: social interaction, uutism, life, animated film