JEES: Journal of English Educational Study

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EISSN : 26550776
Current Publisher: LPPM STKIP Persada Khatulistiwa Sintang (10.31932)
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Friska Sari Luksiana Hutajulu, Herman Herman
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 2, pp 29-36; doi:10.31932/jees.v2i1.371

Abstract:An utterance to explain how speaker use language to accomplish intended actions and how the hearers infer intended meaning from what is said called as a speech acts. The study of speech act is very important for us because it can make us comprehend what message that discovered in every utterance. According to Austin (1962) suggests that in uttering a sentence, a speaker is generally involved in three level of speech acts, they are locutionary act, illocutionary act, and perlocutionary act. But for this occasion, this research focuses in analyzing Illocutionary Act in the movie “you’re my home” that presented by Evim Sensin. This research used the combination between qualitative and quantitative approach. The research problem will be discussed are: First, What types of Illocutionary acts are found in “You are my home” movie English subtitle? Second, what is the most dominant types of Illocutionary acts used in “You are my home” movie English subtitle? Finally, the purposes of this research are to find out the types of Illocutionary acts and to analyze the most dominant Illocutionary acts produced in “You are my home” movie English subtitle.
Harpiansi Harpiansi, Fatimah Kesuma Astuti
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 2, pp 1-10; doi:10.31932/jees.v2i1.360

Abstract:: This research aimed to increase the English vocabulary mastery of the deaf students, especially in the material of instruction by using the total physical response method with word wall picture in the first grade of SMP Luar Biasa Negeri Martapura in the academic year of 2014/2015. The subject of this research consisted of 9 students. The method used in this research was Classroom Action Research (CAR) designed based on the model proposed by Kemmis and McTaggart. This research was conducted in three cycles, in which for each cycle consisted of 3 meetings. It consisted of a planning phase, acting, observing, and reflecting. To answer the research questions, qualitative and quantitative were collected. The qualitative data were obtained through observation, while the quantitative data were obtained through tests and a questionnaire. The result showed there was an increase of the deaf students’ English vocabulary mastery. The pre-cycle test mean score was 48.89, while the mean score in the test of cycle 1, cycle 2, and cyle 3 was respectively 56.67, 63.89, and 78.89. So, the criteria of success had been achieved. The data obtained through the questionnaire showed there was a positive response given by the students in the teaching-learning process of English vocabulary using the total physical response method with word wall picture. In which the mean score of the pre-questionnaire was 32.22%. Then the mean of the post-questionnaire was 77.04%, so it increased as much as 44.82%. Furthermore, the results of observation showed that deaf students were motivated in the teaching-learning process during the implementation of total physical response method with word wall picture. Keywords: Total physical response, word wall picture, vocabulary mastery, deaf students, and classroom action research.
Ferdinanda Itu Meo, Yokie Prasetya Dharma
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 2, pp 37-46; doi:10.31932/jees.v2i1.428

Abstract:Pronunciation is the most important part in English. As we knows students are always marked by different activities, such as learning activities, private lessons, and course, students can learn better from these activities. This study is aimed to know the pronunciation problems of certain significant English stop sound among the second graders of SMA Panjura Malang and in what position of words the problems occur. This research was a qualitative desctiptive design. The instruments were 50 words, containing voiceless stop of /p/, /t/, /k/ in initial, medial, and final position; each contains five or six intended sounds in different position of words to test the students, and a cell phone to record the pronunciation of the students. The results showed that the most problematic sounds for the students were the aspirated consonants /p/, /t/, /k/ which appeared in initial, medial, and final positions of words. The comparison of both Indonesian and English for the most problematic words showed that one factor that might cause the pronunciation problems of English stop sounds are: (1) there are sounds in English which are phonemic, but they are not phonemic in Indonesian, (2) there are some sounds which do not exist Indonesian, but they exist in English, (3) there are sounds which are voiced in English but they are voiceless in Indonesian, (4) these are sounds pronounced with aspiration in English, but not in Indonesian. Another indication of the cause is the unfamiliarity of the students toward the words. The results are hoped to be the feedback for the teachers to give model in minimal pairs to the students and be able to improve the pronunciation problems of their students.Keywords; pronunciation, segmental sounds, voiceless stop, consonants.
Henry Elisa
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 2, pp 47-52; doi:10.31932/jees.v2i1.430

Abstract:The objectives of this study were to describe the impact, strengths and weaknesses of role play in the teaching and learning process among the tenth grades students at Senior High School in Kalasan, Sleman. This study applied qualitative research. The subjects of the study were an English Teacher for Speaking Class Program and students of class XB. Techniques for collecting data for the study were observation, document review and interview. Data collection tools of the study were recorder and interview guidelines. The results of the study proved that role play has improved the teaching and learning process in speaking class program for the tenth grade students at Senior High School. The strengths of this technique in the process of teaching and learning was the teacher can bring the social situation into the classroom and the student can have new experiences in learning language by play a certain role in the speaking activity. During the process of learning, the students would be pay attention to the other students who were performed in front of the classroom and they may tried to find a way to improved their performance when their turn to perform or play the role they have got from the teachers.
Ni Komang Purwaningsih, Si Putu Agung Ayu Pertiwi Dewi
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 2, pp 11-20; doi:10.31932/jees.v2i1.381

Abstract:Language plays an important role in our life. Through language, we can transmit messages, communicate ideas, thoughts, and opinions. It is realized that language as the main tool for communication. In everyday communication, we are attuned not primary to the sentences we utter to one another, but also the speech act of those utterances. Communication will be successful when there is no misinterpretation. Communication can be held based on the situations, means that different speech situations will show the use of different speech acts too. One of the speech situations which can give us an idea of the usage of speech acts is in the health care sector. This study aimed at analyzing speech act in verbal communication between healthcare professionals and patients in Public Health Centre Branch Kerobokan Kelod.This study used the descriptive qualitative method with a total sampling technique. The population and sample of this study were the entire healthcare professional in Public Health Centre. The number of samples was 25 respondents.This study is expected to improve the healthcare professional’s skill in communicating based on the situation, therefore, the goal of health service which is targeted can be reached by the patients or patients’ family.
Ahmad Efendi
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 2, pp 21-28; doi:10.31932/jees.v2i1.380

Abstract:This research generally aims to increase knowledge of the translation of a novel translation. Specifically to determine equivalence translations figure of speech, to know the techniques translation in translations figure of speech, and meaning shift of translations figure of speech in this novel Tuesdays with Morrie. The object of research is novel translation by Alex Tri Kantjono Widodo with the title Tuesday with Morrie Mitch Albom's work.The method used is qualitative method and the technique used is content analysis. Data collected by reading novels, collecting data by selecting a clause or sentence containing a figure of speech, quote them and identify then create a table. Furthermore, the sentences were analyzed by formal equivalence or dynamic equivalence.There are 87 identified sentences as a sentence containing a figure of speech. Sentences are divided into two correspondences that formal and dynamic equivalence. There were 70 sentences, or 80% containing formal equivalence and 17 sentences or 20% containing dynamic equivalence. Later, it was discovered seven translation techniques used by the translator of the novel Tuesday with Morrie. Finally, there are 3 meanings shift in translations figure of speech. Keyword: Figure of Speech, Content Analysis, Translation, Equivalence, Qualitative, Technique, Meaning Shift.
Elia Supranila, Yokie Prasetya Dharma, Herpanus Herpanus
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 1, pp 71-76; doi:10.31932/jees.v1i2.330

Abstract:The preservation of the Dayak Suang Ensilat language in the Dusun Nanga Entibab on the family environment is still maintained, besides it is also seen in the language use in the workplace environment, shop / market environment, youth environment, parents' environment, church environment, traditional ceremonies and environment the village used the Dayak Suang Ensilat language when communicating. The researcher found that there were three factors that influenced the Dayak Suang Ensilat language, which were still maintained, namely, the factors of loyalty, pride and population. Keywords: Preservation, Dayak Suang Ensilat.
Sijono Sijono, Thomas Joni Verawanto Aristo
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 1, pp 58-65; doi:10.31932/jees.v1i2.328

Abstract:Formal is formal links referring to the fact inside the language, that consist of verb form, parallelism, ellipsis, referring expression, conjunction, substitution, and repetition. This study uses descriptive qualitative research in which the researcher just describe the result of the implementation from the instruments and the data is obtained from articles, literary works, field notes, and personal documents in the form of words or pictures rather than numbers. The object of this study is formal links and the subject is Westlife’s songs. The analysis is taken from twelve songs of Westlife in their “Back Home” album. From the whole data the researcher found that most of songs consist of more than one formal link. The formal links are; Verb Form, Referring Expression, Repetition, Parallelism, Conjunction, and Substitution. From those formal links the most used in Westlife’s songs is Referring Expression, it can be seen that referring expression dominate the others links in eight songs from twelve songs. The songs that are dominated by referring expression are Us Against the World, Something Right, I’m Already There, When I’m With You, Have You Ever, It’s You, Catch My Breath and the Easy Way. From the result of analysis it can be concluded that Westlife’s songs has deep meaning which always referring with other words or elements and they avoid to repeat the identity of what they are sharing about again and again. To referring the meaning that they posted in their song’s lyric they used the third person pronouns like he, she, we, our, it, his, her, them. For the suggestion, the researcher recommends to the next researchers to analyze another part of discourse analysis such as discourse structure, discourse as dialogue, knowledge on discourse, etc.Keyword: Formal Link, Song Lyric, Weslife’s Song
Thomas Joni Verawanto Aristo, Sijono Sijono
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 1, pp 50-57; doi:10.31932/jees.v1i2.327

Abstract:Novel is a part of literature, a fictional piece of prose usually written in narrative style. In non-fiction novel, there are also character. The one main character is usually the non fiction maker ( author ) itself. Talked about character, there must be characteristic. The analyst tries to analysis the characteristic of Albus Dumbledore of Harry Potter and Deathly Hollow by J.K Rowling. The analyst wants to share information about the moral value of Albus Dumbledore, his dark side, his abilities, his support as a protector and helper for Harry Potter and his friends. The pupose of this study was about to describe the characteristic of Albus Dumbledore. The method of this reserach was qualitative approach with coding, decoding, categorization and confirmation. The problem of the research was used objective approach. Data collection technique was used library study and literary study. The result of this research was Albus Dumbledore is wise, gentle, kind, misterious in way, knowlegable, caring and understanding. The conclusion of this research was the character of Albus Dumbledore is not just a story but we can adapt it in our life, without magic wand, everyone can be as same as Albus Dumbledore characteristic, if there is a willing.Keyword : Character, Characteristic, Novel
Evelyn Simanjuntak
JEES: Journal of English Educational Study, Volume 1, pp 77-81; doi:10.31932/jees.v1i2.331

Abstract:In ESL classroom, teachers need qualified reading material together with some questions excercicesto fill students’ need to train their higher order thinking. This opinion is in accordance with Miskiah (2015,87). She said that the learning material plays a very important role in a learning process, it is the representation of teacher’s explanation in the classroom. On the other side, learning material is one of the learning aid to achieve the core competency. It also helps teachers in learning process, helps students to learn one component systematically so that the student may be able to master a certain competency completely and integratedly. Moreover, learning material may be defined as series of facts, concept, foundation, procedures, and a devised generalisation specifically to make the learning process becomes easier (Abidin, 2012:33).This research analyses the effectiveness a product of HOTS questions for reading narrative text on IX grade students of SMPN 2 Jorong. the Procedure of instructionalmaterial development is aimed to make the material developed is suitable to the reader and the class condition.The research design applies 4D (four D model) Research and Development. According to Thiagarajan, (1974:6-9), this has 4 steps that is : defining, design, development, and disseminating. By the research the writer tries to dig studets critical thinking and they can be the creative students in the future. Keywords: HOTS questions , reading, narrative text