LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching

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ISSN / EISSN : 1979-9411 / 2442-238X
Published by: Center of Language and Culture Studies (10.30957)
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Ary Iswanto Wibowo, Sayyid Khairunas
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 111-122; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i2.640

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This research is aimed to find the perception of students on the speaking ability in Public Speaking class during pandemic Covid-19. By communicating to students who are from Public Relation majored, the researchers considered that speaking as a tool of communication should be done intensively. Therefore, within this pandemic teachers and students should change their learning methods from offline face to face to online face to face. The authors stated the problems that the students faced, they are perceptions and difficulties of online public speaking learning. A qualitative method had been used to analyze this case. The authors used the percentage of students as respondents to see the perceptions. The result of this research viewed that students disagree with the online Public Speaking Course. This amount consisted of 35,4% of total respondents that possessed in the second rank. While the first rank with the amount of 36,5% stated hesitation whether should be conducted online or offline. This also made authors and may other researchers to rethink about online Public Speaking Course. Perception, Public Speaking, Online
Muhammad Badrus Sholeh
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 123-134; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i2.641

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In language teaching and learning, there are several methodologies and approaches; one of them is TBL. Since the 1980s, this approach has had the most pedagogical attention in second language pedagogy. TBL is becoming increasingly common worldwide, particularly in English classes in Indonesia. The task's goal is to establish a clear reason for language use and create a natural meaning for language learning. The ideas and principles of TBL have proven to be effective in classrooms. This paper aims to explain why teachers should implement TBL (TBL) in the language classroom and how to implement TBL during classroom instruction. The discussion begins with the introduction and the description of TBL. Then, it goes on TBL characteristics and continues with the approaches, the benefits, and framework of TBL.
Nurdin Nurdin, Mohammad Harun, Ramli Ramli
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 95-110; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i2.639

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This research was aimed at describing personal values of character education in Ayah written by Andrea Hirata, a best-seller novel published by PT Bentang Pustaka in 2015. The novel is 396 pages long, divided into 69 chapters. This research is qualitative research with a documentation study design. The data for this research consists of parts of the novel where personal values were found. The data were analyzed using descriptive analysis by describing the data, pointing out the personal values, and explaining it in detail, discussing the research results, and drawing conclusions. The research results show that the personal values found in the novel Ayah include honesty, accountability, self-confidence, hard work, independence, love of knowledge, entrepreneurship, and a healthy lifestyle. The values of love of knowledge and hard work are more dominant, which indicates that the author respects those values.
Dina Fitria Hasanah, Sony Sukmawan
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 157-168; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i2.643

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The Tengger community coexists with cultural diversity. Titiluri presents to behold in maintaining cultural wealth. Focusing on what the ancestors have done, titiluri is a bridge in reducing the goodness that has existed since time immemorial. This study used a qualitative approach to the design of ethnography to describe titiluri role in maintaining society's culture Tengger. Through ethnographic design, a holistic description of folkloristic expression is embodied in expressions, speeches, symbolic behaviors that contain the philosophy of titiluri. Data were collected using observation and interviews. As a result, Titiluri is present in every aspect of the Tengger community. As a form of actualization of tradition, the titluri is shown to take place various traditional ceremonies until now as has been done by the ancestors. Besides, titiluri is present in the form of the Tengger community's identity, with inherent self-character, occupation, and dress characteristics. Titluri has the role of conserving the Tengger culture and becomes a principle in maintaining the nobility built by the ancestors so that it can save from the strong exposure of modernization.
Unpris Yastanti, Susilawati Susilawati
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 135-156; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i2.642

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The purposes of this research are to identify the kind of imagery in Taylor Swift song lyrics, how Taylor Swift describes imagery in her song lyrics, and dominant imagery in Taylor Swift song lyrics. This research limited to three songs in the “Reputation” album, those songs are Look What You Made Me Do, Delicate, Gorgeous. This research used a descriptive qualitative method to analyze the data. The results of this research indicate that (1) There are five kinds of imagery, they are visual imagery, auditory imagery, kinesthetic imagery, tactile imagery, and organic imagery in Taylor Swift song lyrics. There are nine visual imagery, one auditory imagery, three kinesthetic imagery, two tactile imagery, 19 organic imagery, and thus the writers found 34 imagery in three song lyrics of Taylor Swift. (2) Taylor Swift prefers to describe feelings, thought, and opinions into song lyrics, therefore the writers found a lot of organic imagery in the song lyrics. (3) There is 19 organic imagery in song lyrics, which is the dominant imagery in the song lyrics of Taylor Swift.
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 35-50; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i1.623

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The variations of Madurese intensifying adjectives were investigated in this study. This qualitative study uses a questionnaire as the main instrument to know the intensifying adjectives used by the participants. The participants were asked to translate some sentences from Indonesian to Madurese based on their daily conversations. The participants are native Madurese speakers aged between 15-60 years. The study revealed that there were 28 variations of intensifying adjectives in Madurese which consist of 17 variations of quality level, 3 variations using a determiner before an adjective, 4 variations using a determiner after adjective, 9 variations using a determiner and suffix, and 1 variation using a confix. In the comparative level, it can be divided into equative, comparative, and superlative. There are 5 variations from a comparison of the equivalent level in Madurese, while in the comparative level only one variation is done, it is the addition of lebbi ... deri ..., and the superlative level found 5 variations in the intensity of adjectives.
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 65-78; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i1.625

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This study focuses on the analysis of critical discourse on microstructure, superstructure, and macrostructure in women's text in the political field in the Lombok Post newspaper in 2019. The theory used in this study is the theory of critical discourse analysis according to Teun A. van Dijk on the text dimension which consists of microstructures related to linguistic aspects consisting of semantic, syntactic, stylistic, and rhetorical elements. Superstructures related to the structure of the text or the text scheme. Macrostructure related to the theme in general. This research is qualitative research. Data collection methods in this study use the method of literature, which is a method that can help researchers in collecting data and filtering data that will be used for research. The data analysis method in this research uses the data analysis method according to Miles and Huberman. The results of this study show how the text analysis of news texts about women in politics in the Lombok Post newspaper in 2019 is based on van Dijk's discourse analysis theory.
Putri Shinta Hasibuan,
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 79-92; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i1.626

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This thesis is analyzing promiscuity on the main character. The purpose of this thesis is to find out and understand how it happened, to look for the two causes and impacts of promiscuity that are described in the novel. The main character is the girl who is a victim of sexual violence by her own uncle. As a result of the vile things done by her uncle, She was involved in a deviation, namely promiscuity. She did promiscuity with lots of boys. The behavior of multiple partners in sexual relations without a commitment relationship (promiscuity) is rarely found in women. Because in general, women engage in sexual relations on the basis of love and as an expression of feelings of love towards their partners. When found by individual women with promiscuity behavior, it becomes interesting to look more deeply. The theory used to analyze is a theory by Kartono and Mcleish. The research methods used in this thesis are qualitative methods and library research. The author collects data from the novel and from several sources of articles, books, and journals that have a relationship with this thesis. The results of this thesis are to reveal the truth that promiscuity can occur in the main character and get causes and impacts in their daily life.
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 15-24; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i1.621

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The objective of this research was to find out the symbol and theme that was used by Robert Frost in his literary works. It was also to elaborate on his biographical aspect of using symbols and themes in his poem. The method used to make this paper was a qualitative method. The writer also used two approaches to analyze this paper; first, the intrinsic approach consists of the symbol and theme and second, the extrinsic approach is a biographical perspective. The data were collected through library research. The results of this research indicated that the symbol on “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” was related to his nature or everyday life, while the theme on “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” was about the journey. The last, Robert Frost wrote his poem based on his experience of life when he was a teenager.
Ary Iswanto Wibowo,
LINGUA: Journal of Language, Literature and Teaching, Volume 17, pp 25-34; doi:10.30957/lingua.v17i1.622

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The research is aimed to find out the speech act classification and types of request strategy from a dialogue of the characters in Tall Girl movie. The method of this study is descriptive qualitative analysis. Data is taken out of all dialogues of the characters and is observed by using theories. In this analysis, the writers found the speech Act Classification and Types of Request Strategy in the Speech Act. The speech act is classified in declaration, representatives, directives, commissives, and expressive. Directives served the dominant form among the five types of illocutionary act mostly expressed their utterance. And as request strategy is typed in mood derivable, explicit performative, hedged performative, locution derivable, want statement, suggestive formula and preparatory. Mood derivable served the dominant form among the other types to deliver their willingness.
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