Journal of English Educational Study (JEES)

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EISSN : 26550776
Current Publisher: LPPM STKIP Persada Khatulistiwa Sintang (10.31932)
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Gabriel Fredi Daar, Fransiskus Jemadi
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 3, pp 61-70; doi:10.31932/jees.v3i1.664

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Self Directed Learning is the actions taken by which the students independently take initiative to assess their own learning needs, set up learning goals with implementation of appropriate strategies and evaluate learning outcome. This study aims to find out how Students of Nursing at Unika Santu paulus Ruteng, Flores implement self Directed Learning in learning English for Specific Purposes (ESP). It’s mixed method research combining the use of quantitative and qualitative study. For the purpose of quantitative study, it’s used total sampling. Therefore, all 6th semester students numbered 32 were chosen as the samples of the research. Meanwhile for the purpose of qualitative study, it’s chosen 6 students taken purposively. The research result showed that most students of Nursing Unika Santu Paulus Ruteng 23 (71.9%) implemented medium Self Directed Learning in learning English for Specific Purpose (ESP). It’s furthermore supported by the findings of qualitative study which was elaborated and described based on Self Directed Learning processes namely 1) self learning awareness, 2) planning to learn, 3) learning goal, 4) being discipline to learn, 5) self confident, 6) hard working to learn, and 7) originality. The findings would be the suggestions for school authorities in particular English teacher to plan for applying Self Directed Learning in learning English for Specific Purpose at Nursing Study program Unika Santu Paulus Ruteng, Flores. By knowing earlier the concept and how to apply SDL, students of Nursing have a free will to implement it in learning English.Keywords: SDL, learning English, ESP, nursing students
Harsya Danang Pradana
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 3, pp 42-50; doi:10.31932/jees.v3i1.649

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The aim of this research is to investigate how the “Pathway to English” textbook facilitates students’ learning of speaking, specifically in pronunciation and stressing of words. Learning the English language involves four skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. As such, textbooks need to be equipped to facilitate the teaching of these skills. However, globalization and the change in what types of English is accepted in broader world contexts may make the textbook obsolete. To see if the textbooks used in Indonesian High Schools are adequate enough to facilitate the teaching of stressing, pronunciation, and speaking, the researcher studied the “Pathway to English” textbook using a content analysis method to see if it has the necessary contents to facilitate the learning of stressing, pronunciation, and speaking. The results of this study shows that the textbook is inadequate to facilitate the learning of pronunciation and stressing, but it is equipped to facilitate the teaching of general English speaking skills. This means that English teachers in High Schools of Indonesia are expected to use supporting media to teach pronunciation and stressing when using the textbook.Keywords: Pathway to English; textbook; speaking; stressing; pronunciation
Heppy Sinaga, Herman Herman, Eben Pasaribu
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 3, pp 51-60; doi:10.31932/jees.v3i1.655

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This research is aimed to find out whether using Anagram Game give significant effect on students’ vocabulary achievement at grade eight of SMP Negeri 8 Pematangsiantar. Problem raised in this research is “What is the effect of Anagram Game on students’ vocabulary achievement at grade eight of SMP Negeri8 Pematangsiantar?”. To answer this problem the researcher uses some theories, namely: Bachtiar (2014), Harmer (2002), Hiebert and Kamil (2005), Hatch and Farhady (1982) and Sutherland (2009). This research is quantitative research design. Experimental was conducted as the method. The sample of this research are two classes which are VIII-4 as a control class because they are active with better achievement than other class and VIII-9 as an experimental class because they have lower achievement. The result shows that using Anagram Game on students’ vocabulary achievement at grade eight of SMP Negeri 8 Pematangsiantar got high level where as the score of t-test (4.65) was higher than t-table (1.679) at level of significant 5% for two tailed test. So Null Hypothesis was rejected and Alternative Hypothesis was accepted. After analyzing the data, the researcher concludes that using Anagram Game significantly affect the students’ vocabulary achievement and her suggestion is English teacher should have creative method in teaching English to their students especially to increase their vocabulary by using Anagram Game, so that they are not boring to learn English and make the enjoy on it.
Cenderato Cenderato
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 3, pp 81-90; doi:10.31932/jees.v3i1.675

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This research was conducted to answer the research question: “How effective is the use of Guided Wh-Questions to improve the students’ hortatory exposition writing?” The method of this research was a Pre-experimental Study by applying Pretest, the treatment and Posttest. The treatments were conducted in three time meetings with the purpose to know the effectiveness of the treatment using the Wh-question as a guide to write hortatory exposition.The population of this research was the students of class XI of SMA PGRI 1 Pontianak in academic year 2010 with 40 students of class XIA and Class XIB. But, 20 students of class XIB was considered as a sample of this research. The technique of data collecting was a written test that the students wrote hortatory exposition with the help of Wh-questions as a guide. The research findings showed the total score of pretest is 1286 with the mean score 64.30 and categorized “Average”. Furthermore, the result of posttest is 1493 with the mean score 74.63 and categorized “Good”.The result of computation on the t-test with 6,99 is higher than the t-table for the degree of freedom N-1 (20-1)=19 is 2.093. Effect Size of the treatment is 1. 53. It is categorized “Highly Effective” because the result of 1. 53 is higher than 0.8 that is the high level of effectiveness on Effect Size criteia proposed by Burn (ES > 0.8 = 1. 53 >0.8). In conclusion, the teaching hortatory exposition writing by using Guided Wh-questions is “highly effective”. Therefore, the null hypothesis that says “Teaching Hortatory Exposition Writing using Guided Wh-questions is not effective” is rejected. And the alternative hypothesis that says “Teaching Hortatory Exposition Writing using Guided Wh-questions is effective” is accepted. Keywords: Teaching, writing, Hortatory Exposition, Guided-WH questions
Yovita Angelina, Magpika Handayani
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 3, pp 21-30; doi:10.31932/jees.v3i1.630

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This study aims at analyzing the usage of the Translate Tool in converting English text at Sekolah Tinggi Bahasa Asing Students. The analysis is based on Translation Tools that commonly used by students to help in learning. Sekolah Tinggi Bahasa Asing is one of the colleges in Pontianak and one of the subjects that is taught in translation. The method in this research is descriptive qualitative research. The writer took 15 students of Sekolah Tinggi Bahasa Asing as a participant. These 15 students having a high score in translation subjects and frequently using the Translation Tool for writing or speaking in class. The result of the interview tells that the use of a translation tool in converting text from a book and help them understand instruction that is given by the lecturer. Translation tool helps students to understand the instruction easily and make their work quicker compared to manual process. The feature of translation tool is easy to use that make this application is easily operated; moreover, The students are not only helped to convert for their field of study, but the application also can be used to help students converting another field of study that is not learnt by them.
Nur Rahmiani, Norhayaty M. Malena
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 3, pp 71-80; doi:10.31932/jees.v3i1.672

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This work aims to analyze the existence of the English Club Project (ECP) for Vocational Midwifery Students (VMS) by developing an essay in terms of the output program relating to their professionalism. The program facilitates 30 students to build up motivation and awareness of punctuation in additional learning of writing skills. As it is developed from qualitative research, this article is based on the data collected through gathering diversified sources of evidence, organizing a chain of evidence, and having key-informants reviewing draft case study reports. The results present an additional learning model constructed by the representation of the ECP program. ECP is an informally productive community by providing activities and opportunities in increasing the motivation for writing and punctuation awareness. Students begin to understand that doing the writing is uncomplicated anymore after joining the extracurricular programs managed with structured and directed activities. Also, the facilitator provides valuable supports and integrates teaching methods with information and technology devices that made the learning activities quickly done—as for recommendations, strengthening the support to this model is necessary for the sustainability of this additional learning program.
Nurul Noviana, Priyatno Ardi
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 3, pp 10-20; doi:10.31932/jees.v3i1.612

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Learner autonomy is learners’ ability to take charge, set the rules and style of their learning as the goals. Profiling autonomous learners can be seen in the TOEFL preparation program class. TOEFL preparation program is a course subject to provide learners in achieving the TOEFL score target to fulfill requirements as ELT students. The class provides learners with more opportunities in studying pre-face-to-face sessions by giving the students worksheets. These opportunities directed the learners to exercise their English. This study investigates the learning activities conducted by EFL learners in the TOEFL class and the use of learner autonomy in the pre-face-to-face session in the TOEFL preparation program. The study employed a qualitative narrative inquiry, grounded in phenomenological research. Data were collected and analyzed qualitatively by understanding the meaning of lived experiences. Data were gathered by interviewing 5 participants and observing the TOEFL class. Based on the findings, there were numbers of extension language activities held by the learners. There were five themes categories of learner autonomy as strategy, learner autonomy as perceptions, learner autonomy as behavior, learner autonomy as the interdependence of social autonomy, and experiences from learning TOEFL test preparation program in learners’ lived experiences.
Ilinawati Ilinawati, Sijono Sijono
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 3, pp 1-9; doi:10.31932/jees.v3i1.569

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The main focus of this study is boosting students’ speaking ability by using mingle music technique. The data were taken from the second semester students of English Language Study program of STKIP Persada Khatulistiwa Sintang , in Academic Year 2018/2019 which consisted of 22 students. A classroom action research design was employed in this research. In collecting the data, researchers used observation checklist, field note, and interview The research was conducted in two cycles, where in each cycle consisted of 1 meeting. It took 150 minutes for 3sks.The result showed that the students’ involvement in teaching learning process improved from cycle 1 to cycle 2.Mingle music technique engaged the students to be more active in the classroom. It enable the students to have more practises in speaking with diffrent students and material. It can be concluded that the implementation of mingle music technique succeeded boosting students’ speaking ability.Keywords: Mingle Music Technique, Students’ Speaking Ability.
Muhammad Faishol Nurul Huda
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 3, pp 31-41; doi:10.31932/jees.v3i1.631

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This investigate inspected the interface of senior high school understudies in coordination English educating and learning, centering on the target needs and learning needs. The questionnaire consisting of parts A and B was administered to 46 MA Arrahmaniyah Depok students.. Portion A bargains with the target needs centered on the learner’s necessities, needs and needs of the learner that are successfully working within the target circumstance. On the other hand, Portion B concerns the learning needs that envelop learning inputs, methods, instructor and learner parts and settings. On the other hand, interviews were too conducted with the understudy and the English educator to gather information in arrange to analyze in-depth results of the encounter of educating English and to identify possible regions of dialect troubles for understudies to memorize English. The comes about proposed that the understudies have diverse recognitions of their necessities, wants, and lacks. The results also illustrated the learning needs of students, including learning inputs, teaching learning procedures, the role of teachers and learners, as well as teaching learning environments.
Rahmat Basuki
Journal of English Educational Study (JEES), Volume 2, pp 70-77; doi:10.31932/jees.v2i2.492

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: The reserach aims is identify and understand thoroughly foreign language education contained in Pelangi Melbourne Novel by Zahairi Misrawi. The research is qualitative Approach with analysis methode uses a structural study semiotic. The sourche of data is a Pelangi Melbourne Novel. The Data collected by reading over to understand and obtain data of foreign language education foreigners the factor personal and socio-cultural factors with semiotic structural study Methode.So, The data are grupp suitable foreigh learning theory. After that, Tha analyzing and doing interpretation is based on the theory foreign language learning. The researchers finded personal and social factors culture in Semiotic structural Study data are : form of icons 42 (36%) index of 58 (52%) and the symbol of 10 (13%). Third The semiotic is provide interpretation about foreign language education contained in the novel.Based on Pelangi Melbourne Novel, The Story gives an explanation that language education is not only requires learning English, but need the living environment and learning support. Personal, All students must have believe that self-nature both within the class and outside the classroom so that he is ready to communicate, eliminating anxiety and so forth. In addition, educational institutions must also be provide student residence so it is easy and convenient for students practice the English language without Indonesian rule out as national language.Keywords: Foreign Language, Education, Novel, factor personal, social and cultural factors, structural semiotic
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