Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya

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ISSN / EISSN : 2615725X / 26158655
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Rajja
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 24-32; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.26

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The purpose of this research is to develop teaching materials for writing short stories using cerpen-gram method for grade 6 students in Muara sub-district, the scope of this development is limited to planning, materials, and evaluation in the process of developing teaching materials. The method used in this study is research and development (R&D), using the Brog and Gall. The data source that became the object of this research was grade IX students of SMPN 2 Muara Wahau. Development planning is carried out by analyzing student needs, experiences faced by students, preparing learning traps in the form of syllabus, lesson plans, materials, evaluation tools and preparation of learning steps with the Gram-short story method. The development of teaching materials for writing short text texts was declared to be very feasible through material expert testing (95.83%), method experts were declared very feasible (82.81%), education practitioners were declared very feasible (87.5%) with the same category that is very worthy. Small group trials (88.2%), large groups (87.13%), the results of student responses to small and large group trials (86.93%), and planning assessments were declared very feasible (84.66) for 1st observers, 2nd observer (88.33) with a very decent category. implementation evaluation (89.22%) by observer 1 and observer 2 (91.13%) Development of teaching materials for writing short text using the short-Gram method to improve student learning outcomes with results (87.31%). The teaching material product for writing short stories can be used as a source of support in the learning process and as an alternative source of independent learning by students so that they are more motivated to learn. Teaching products for writing short text can be disseminated to other schools in Muara Wahau district.
Cindy Belinda Ramadhanty
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 33-45; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.30

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This study deals with objectification, especially towards Elizabeth Bennet (Lizzy), in the classic novel Pride and Prejudice (1813) and the mash-up novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2009) which were written by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith. This study aims to examine how the resistance towards objectification is pictured in the mash-up novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies using Nussbaum’s theory of objectification. As a comparative study, there are some things that will be compared in this study, such as the different time period when both novels were first published, the way the authors pictured objectification, and the addition of zombie in the mash-up novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. This study uses qualitative method with comparative literature as the approach. The result of this study concludes that Lizzy is objectified by Mr. Collins in terms of instrumentality, fungibility, ownership, and denial of subjectivity. The addition of zombie in the mash-up novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies implies as if there is a resistance towards objectification, with Lizzy having the skills of a warrior, while in fact the objectification is real as experienced by Lizzy. In the perspective of comparative literature, mash-up novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies tends to have ambivalence even though it is published in postmodern era. On one hand, Lizzy is able to defend herself from zombie, on the other hand, she still falls victim to the objectification done by Mr. Collins. In other words, the resistance towards objectification in the mash-up novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is not able to protect Lizzy from the objectification done by Mr. Collins.
Maria Benga Geleuk
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 65-78; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.31

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This study aims to explain the forms of power experienced by peripheral characters in the Pasung Jiwa novel by Okky Madasari. In addition, this study also explains the strategies carried out by these three peripheral characters to fight systemic power in the midst of society. In terms of analyzing existing problems, this research uses the theory of Hegemony from Antonio Gramsci through descriptive qualitative methods using the sociology of literary works, namely using forms of power that have been developed on the three characters in the story. The results showed the difference between humans in getting freedom in the period before and after the reform. This novel shows the existence of hegemony that occurs in several peripheral characters in the story, namely Sasana, Cak Jek, and Elis. In the process of searching for identity, the three of them found what was done by the family, even in religious organizations. These forms of hegemony also dominate their bodies and minds. Sasana, Cak Jek, and Elis are aware that its domination does not only occur in themselves, but also in the whole society. Therefore, these three characters choose to fight the hegemony that experienced in themselves with the struggle to make themselves free from the systemic power, both from the confinement family, the norms that exist in society, work, and also the doctrines of religion that have already dominated Sasana, Cak Jek, and Elis.
Sutami
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 102-113; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.24

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This research aims to produce a valid and reliable Indonesian language assessment instrument in form of HOTS test items and it describes the quality of HOTS test items to measure HOTS skill for the tenth grade of SMA and SMK students. This study was a research and development study adapted from Borg & Gall’s development model, including the following steps: research and information collection, planning, early product development, limited try out, revising the early product, field try out, and revising the final product. The research’s result shows that the HOTS assessment instrument in the form of HOTS test consists of 40 multiple choice items and 5 essay test items. Based on the judgment of the materials, construction, and language was valid and appropriate to be used. The reliability coefficients were 0.88 for the multiple-choice items, and 0.79 for essays. The multiple-choice items have the average difficulty 0.57 (average), the average of item discrimination 0.44 (good), and the distractors function well. The essay items have the average of item difficulty 0.60 (average) and the average of item discrimination 0.45 (good)
Indah Rahmayanti, Alvi Fajar
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 79-86; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.37

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This study aims to determine the imperative sociopragmatics form on social media ads Instagram, Facebook and Line published in April-May 2018. The method used in this study is a descriptive qualitative method. The results of the analysis of this study reveal that there are 41 imperative sociopragmatic forms of 30 advertisements used as imperative sociopragmatics analysis material on social media Instagram, Facebook, and LINE. The imperative sociopragmatics forms which have been analyzed are 19 advertisements in the form of imperative sociopragmatic, 2 advertisements in the form of imperative sociopragmatic demand, there are no ads in the form of imperative sociopragmatic licensing, 9 advertisements in the form of imperative sociopragmatic invitations, 11 advertisements in the form of imperative sociopragmatic orders. Based on the results of this analysis, it can be concluded that the form of sociopragmatics that often arises is ordinary sociopragmatics.
Nur Jamilah
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 14-23; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.28

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Poetry appreciation, one of the literature learnings in Senior High School (SMA), is a subject that has the most important part to establish students’ intuition and introduce literature as one of Indonesia's Cultures. Poetry appreciation teaching, which is one of the literature learnings given by teachers in the 2013 Curriculum nowadays, is expected to be the bridge that connects the students’ mindset and the learning purpose. This study is a kind of Research and Development. According to the study, the researcher finds some conclusions. First, the process of developing interactive teaching materials by using ‘POST’ audiovisual media product planning takes some steps (1) data researching and collecting, and (2) product planning, (3) product developing, (4) initial trial, (5) trial result revision, (6) field trial, (7) field trial result product improvement, (8) implementation field test, (9) final product improvement, (10) dissemination and implementation to produce learning CD as teaching materials. Second, the implementation of interactive teaching materials by using ‘POST’ audiovisual media application in poetry appreciation learning which produces CD is obtained through some process: (1) learning implementation, (2) observation, (3) questionnaire. Third, the product practicality of interactive teaching materials by using ‘POST’ audiovisual media is obtained from the score of lesson plan implementation analysis result which shows 93% and the students’ response seen from observation and questionnaire. Fourth, the product effectiveness of interactive teaching materials by using ‘POST’ audiovisual media is obtained from the advance individual trial score and the students’ activity.
Widyatmike Gede Mulawarman, Nanda Noviyanti
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 53-64; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.49

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This research raised the issue of language management as (1) the planning process in determining the vision and mission of writing a proposal (formulating a topic), (2) organizing (compiling the proposal writing structure as effectively as possible), (3) conducting a leadership strategy, that is, a strategy related to motivating, influencing and directing the reader, and (4) controlling (editing or editing the proposal writing). These four aspects of language management are focused on the use of Indonesian in proposals in terms of (1) sentence structure, (2) structure, (3) meaning/diction, and (4) writing. The subject of this study was a student proposal from the Faculty of Economics, Mulawarman University. Data in the form of language management, namely the planning process of writing proposals to editing student proposals is collected by the documentation method. To strengthen the classification of variations in language use on proposals, validation is carried out from experts in the field of error analysis or in the field of applied linguistics. Data in the form of eleven proposals from the Faculty of Economics students were analyzed using descriptive analysis methods. The results showed that in the proposal writing of non-linguistic students had fulfilled the four aspects of language management (style of environment of the faculty of economics) namely, the stages of planning, organizing, writing, and editing. In addition to paying attention to writing management, writing a proposal also has writing characteristics. Krakteristik is the hallmark of an idea both in writing and presentation. Characteristics contain facts, contain both title and problem descriptions, use of theory, problem-solving and conclude. found a variety of deviations in the use of language, both relating to the sentence structure, the formations, the order of meaning/diction, and writing.
Ririn Setyowati
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 87-101; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.56

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The purpose of this research is to show the use of apologizing acts strategies by TK B Al-A’la students in daQukids educational institution of Semarang who are average five-year-old, in which they are the subjects of this research. Three steps in doing this research are stated. Firstly, prepare the data which consists of data collection. Data collection is done by a method named ‘simak’. Simak’s method is carried out by using Simak Bebas Libat Cakap technique (SBLC) in which it is done by recording and then transcribing. Conversational classification is based on the use of apologizing strategies by Al-A’la students. Secondly is data analysis by using the method of Padan Pragmatics to know apologizing acts from speaker to hearer. Thirdly, researcher presents the result of the analysis through the description of the data that have been analyzed. From the research, it is found that six strategies of apologizing acts are used, they are the first strategies namely opting-out, second is evasive strategies, the third strategies is indirect apologies, the forth strategies is direct apologies, the fifth strategies is remedial support and the last is apologies as strategic disarmers.
Nur Syamsiyah, Farida Yufarlina Rosita
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 1-13; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.27

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The purpose of this study is to describe the types of use of language style in the collection of poems of “Dear You” by Moammar Emka published in 2011. This study uses descriptive qualitative methods. The data source in this study is a collection of poems contained in the poem “Dear You” by Moammar Emka. Data collection techniques in research, using content analysis techniques (text). The results of this study indicate that the use of language style and the value of character education in the collection of poetry “Dear You” by MoammarEmka has a type of language style: (a) parables, (b) metaphors, (c) personification, (d) depersonification, (e) hyperbole, (f) litotes, (g) metonimia, (h) sinekdoke, (i) alliteration, and (j) asonance. Of the ten language styles, the data obtained were 117 data with the smallest data of four data, namely the style of asonance language and the most data of thirty-four data, namely the style of the metaphorical language.
Ika Novita
Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya, Volume 3, pp 46-52; doi:10.30872/diglosia.v3i1.29

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The purpose of this study was to develop teaching materials for writing short stories based on storyboarding techniques in class XI high school students, to know the feasibility of teaching materials for writing short stories based on storyboarding techniques in class XI high school students and to know the effectiveness of short story writing teaching materials based on storyboard techniques in class XI High school. This research is a research development or Research & Development (R&D). Research and Development is a research method used to produce certain products and test the effectiveness of products in the form of teaching materials to write short stories based on storyboarding techniques for class XI high school students. This development research resulted in the feasibility of the product being developed, a validation test involving media expert lecturers with an average score of 4.5 and Indonesian language professors with an average score of 4.66 and trials on students with an average score of 4, 45 with very good criteria. The eligibility criteria for teaching materials developed with a percentage of eligibility of 89%, the teaching material for writing short stories based on storyboarding techniques for class XI high school students is very feasible to use. To achieve the objectives of teaching and learning activities must be done efficiently in its implementation to be effective and efficient. The feasibility assessment of this module includes four aspects namely, the content / material aspect, the presentation aspect, the language aspect and the graphic aspect.
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