Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal

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ISSN / EISSN : 2597-9248 / 2597-3819
Published by: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
Total articles ≅ 87
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Nostalgianti Citra Prystiananta
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 177-191; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1417

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The research aims at explaining the teacher’s strategies and classroom management techniques applied in teaching English to mental retardation students at SMP Inklusi TPA Jember. This is a descriptive qualitative research. The subject of the research was an English teacher at SMP Inklusi TPA Jember. The data were collected through a non-participant observation and interview. The data were analyzed through identification, classification, data reduction, and description. The findings were: 1) the teacherused three kinds of strategies, i.e. imitation and modeling strategy, demonstration strategy, and active strategy with imitation and modeling strategy as the most used; 2) from 7 classroom management techniques listed by Sarosdy, Bencze, Poor and Vadnay (2016), there were only 5 techniques applied by the teacher including showing respect for students, showing professionalism, applying class techniques, applying positive attitude of teacher’s role and knowing the students. Keywords: Mental Retardation, Teachers Strategies, Classroom Management, Teaching Disable
Achmad Saifudin, Slamet Setiawan, Syafi’Ul Anam
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 109-125; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1351

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The research aims at investigating the implementation of task based learning conducted by the teacher in teaching writing descriptive text for junior high shool students of seven grade.The student still have problem in writing especially descriptive text. The study examine show to the teacher conducs the task based learning in teaching writing trought some step and elaborates students’ ability in writing descriptive text.the research used qualitative approach because the result of the data analyzed was in descriptive phenomenom such a word, sentence and utterence. The data is collected from observation, interview and students’ writing. The analysis of the data was conducted thought categorization, data display and drawing conclusion. The subjects of this research are an english teacher and his students of VII grade. The result of the study indicates that the implementation of task based has many weaknesses in some aspects.The consuming time in doing the task is one of the matters. Students’ use of mother tongue instead of the target language makes the implementation of task based learning does not go as expected.In reference to the findings of the study, some suggestion proposed. The english teacher should use and design task which will not consume more time,so the step in task based learning will bwe accommodated in a meeting. The student should speak in the target language and the task based learning is implemented in order to reach the aim of this approach. Key Words : Task – Based Learning, Descriptive text, Students’ writing
Lailatuz Zakiyah, Zakrimal Zakrimal
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 45-55; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1361

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This study aims to find the hyponym hierarchy and find out the relationship in Fate and Furious 8. The method in this research is descriptive qualitative using observations and non-participatory in collecting data and using informal methods in presenting results. Data were analyzed based on the association with hyponym by referring to semantic analysis. There are found 50 words included in hyponym. There are several categories of hyponym found such as family, transportation, color, appearance, number, object, country, size, animals, and parts of body. Then broken down into (8) hyponym of the family, (7) hyponym of transportation, (3) color of hyponym, (1) hyponym of appearance, (11) hyponym of numbers, (6) hyponym of objects, (4) hyponym of country, (2) hyponym of size, (3) hyponym of animal and (5) hyponym with parts of body. Based on the result, the conclusion can be taken that hyponym of number is the most dominant of hyponym categories. Keywords: Semantic, Lexical Relation, Hyponym
Tisa Arum Wardani, Slamet Setiawan, Pratiwi Retnaningdyah
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 161-176; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1367

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This study was aimed to analyse the background study on research article and put the argumentation based on the theory about critical discourse analysis related to social cognition theory. Furthermore, the researcher wanted to compare 2 article in critical discourse analysis approach. This method on this study is descriptive qualitative which is presented in the positivist views. Then the result was generalized in the relation on finding and discussion with the theory. In summary, the result showed the different ways in giving the power of the argumentation and explanation between RA1 and RA2. In conclusion, the power of argument used will lead the reader to ignore or accept on how it is become valid statement or not. Keywords: Social Cognition, Critical Discourse Analysis, Background Study
Maria Devi Sidabutar, Zakrimal Zakrimal
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 56-65; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1362

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This research focused in analyzing the types and the dominant of Semantic Roles that found in Joko Widodo re-elected as President in BBC Online News (2019). The research design of this study is descriptive qualitative. This research used Riemer (2010) theory. The data source of this research was “Joko Widodo re-elected as President” in BBC Online News which was taken from the internet. The method in collecting the data of this research was observation with non-participatory technique by using the transcript. The conclusion was the eight types of semantic roles can be found of Joko Widodo re-elected as President in BBC Online. These data had been collected, the researcher found 10 data that produce 24 results of semantics roles which were involved into eight (8) types, such as; agent (3), patient (2), theme (5), location (2), experiencer (4), instruments (3), goal (2), and source (3) as the results. Also, the dominant types of the semantic roles that frequently appeared was theme and the least was patient, location, and goal. Keywords : Semantic, News, Types of Semantic Roles.
Hervina Hervina
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 77-87; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1357

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This research aims to find out know the problem in implementing the 2013 curriculum and offers an alternative solution to this problem by incorporating several principles of post method language teaching. The data were collected through the interview with the English teachers in SMPN 1 Malalak regarding the obstacles they faced in the 2013 curriculum implementation. The data were qualitatively analyzed and the principles of post method language teaching were descriptively incorporated into the problems found in order to provide their alternative solutions. The research findings reveal that the problems of implementing the 2013 curriculum in this school are teachers’ unreadiness, students’ low level, and application of scientific approach and that the post method language teaching can serve as an alternative solution since it allows more flexibility in the learning process through involving students’ and teachers’ in the process. In conclusion, the issues in the implementation of 2013 curriculum come from the teachers’ and students’ as well as the teaching method required to be applied by curriculum. To overcome this, the teachers can apply the principle of post method language teaching in the learning process. Keywords: 2013 Curriculum, Implementation, Post Method Language Teaching
Yuslimu Ilmi, Pratiwi Retnaningdyah, Ahmad Munir
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 99-108; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1416

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This study investigates EFL students’ composition of digital multimodal text. There were forty-four students recruited from tenth grade of a private senior high school in Sidoarjo. All of them were divided into seven groups and given authority to choose their own topic for the digital multimodal project; advertisement video. Based on the theory of multimodal analysis, this study examines both students’ processes and products. Qualitative case study was chosen as the design of the study and document analysis was chosen as the data collection technique. Through qualitative case study, the finding of this research shows that all the students’ groups used multimodal modes in creating their advertisement videos. Additionally, this study revealed that the qualities of the students’ project depend on two important things: the ability of the group members and the collaboration of the members in doing the project. Keywords: Multimodal Text, Multiliteracies Pedagogy, Transformed Practice, EFL Classroom, Senior High School.
Ilham Rizki, Zakrimal Zakrimal
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 34-44; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1379

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The aimed of the research were to find out the type of morpheme of morphology on Smoking article. It was descriptive qualitative research. In collecting the data the research applied observational method and non-participatory technique. The data analyzed used the theory of Bauer. The writer applied the words in the article as the data. It was found the 20 words of morphology. In this research focus in analyzing words in the article proposed theory of Bauer about type of morpheme. The words are shorten, smoker, drugs, dependent, safer, cooled, additional, antifreeze, responsible, fertility, performance, circulation, illness, properly, smokeless, pressure, information, organization, helpful, hardest.The writer found 20 data in this article entitled Smoking. Data found are words that have their own meanings. The data changes meaning and grammar after adding Suffix and Affix. Researcher research this issue to make reader can understand the process making a word. Keywords: Morphology, Morpheme, Derivational, Inflectional.
Kharis Marpurdianto
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 222-232; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1359

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This research examines contextual meaning contained in the mobile operator’s advertisement in Indonesia. It focuses on how the form of cohesion and coherence, the form of word choice, and the grammatical element found in mobile operator’s advertising discourse in Indonesia. A descriptive qualitative method with the content analysis technique is used as the methodology in this study. Using these methods, the researcher can give a wider understanding of the linguistic lessons through the theory of critical discourse analysis. The data is taken from mobile operator’s advertisement and some books and journals. As a result of this study, the researcher found a form of word choice, cohesion and coherence as well as grammatical elements that emerged in mobile operator’s advertisement discourse including non-standard variety. The advertisement language replicates from competitors that feature cheap phone rates. Moreover, there is a contextual meaning in word choice of Indonesian discourse in mobile carrier advertisement. Keywords: Advertisement, Mobile Operator, Critical Discourse Review.
Putu Subakthiasih, I Gusti Ayu Vina Widiadnya Putri
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 4, pp 126-141; https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v4i1.1728

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This study focuses to investigate students’ motivation in studying English during Covid-19 Pandemic, whether they had intrinsic or extrinsic motivation. This research was a survey method and the technique sampling used in this study was random sampling. Furthermore, the instrument used questionnaire to collect the data. The questionnaire consists of 20 questions in which question 1-10 are questions for intrinsic motivation. The question 11-20 are extrinsic motivation. The result of this study shows that the total mean score of intrinsic motivation is higher than the total mean score of extrinsic motivation 4.20 > 3.39. It means that first semester of English students at Faculty of Foreign Language, Mahasaraswati Denpasar University had the higher intrinsic motivation than extrinsic motivation in learning English during Covid-19 Pandemic. In other words, the motivation to learn English that comes from inside students was higher than the motivation comes from outside students. Keywords: Students’ Motivation, Studying English, Covid-19 Pandemic
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