Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal

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ISSN / EISSN : 2548-6926 / 2714-996X
Published by: Universitas Panca Sakti Bekasi (10.51714)
Total articles ≅ 21

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Fitriani Guci, Leroy Holman Siahaan
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 6, pp 20-26; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v6i1.50.pp.20-26

This research aims to find out the effect of zoom meeting on e-learning in student speaking skill at ninth grade of SMPN 35 Bekasi. The use of zoom meetings supports the learning process in the covid-19 pandemic. This research was conducted in July 2021. The analysis used in quantitative research is experimental design. This research sample is 40 students in grade ninth with divided into two groups, namely a control group with a total of 20 students and an experiment group with a total of 20 students. Data collection is carried out with a test technique system to get the results of students' speaking skills. Statistical test using SPSS 22. The results showed that there was a difference between the control group and the experiment group. This can be proven by; 1. Instrument test results with a reliability level of 0.800 which means that the results are valid. 2. 2. the test result t is a significance score (2-tailed) from the test result of 0.00 < 0.05 so that a sig score of 0.00 is seen to show the effect of using zoom meetings in speech ability in SMPN 35 Bekasi.
Anisa Alawiyyah, Ria Saparianingsih, Nadia Nurul Maulidiyah
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 6, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v6i1.41.pp.1-9

This research discussed the semiotic analysis of idiomatic expressions found in The Maze Runner: The Death Cure movie by Wess Ball and its impact on English. This research aimed to find idiomatic expressions revealed in the dialogue in the movie; to find the meaning of symbols contained idiomatic expressions in dialogues; to find the impact of semiotic analysis in idiomatic expressions found in movie. In this research, researchers used qualitative research in the type of content analysis using descriptive approach to help the analysis of the data that found in the movie. The researchers looked for idiomatic expressions in the movie and symbols of idiomatic expressions. Finally, researchers reveal the impact of semiotic analysis in idioms found in movie on English. From the results, there are 59 idiom expressions divided into lexemic and sememic idioms. From lexemic idiom found 37 phrasal verbs; 2 irreversible binomials; 10 phrasal compounds; and 1 incorporating verb. From the sememic idiom found 2 idioms of politeness; 1 idiom of detachment; 4 idioms of greeting; and 2 famous quotations idioms. There are 26 symbols from 59 idiom expression in the movie. Its effects on English make students more fluent in English and look like native speakers, add new vocabulary, make students aware of cultural differences in language, and know more about meaning.
Ade Noviyanti, Franscy
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 6, pp 10-19; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v6i1.48.pp.10-19

This research focuses on the analysis of using Google Classroom, Zoom and YouTube as social media applications to learning English. The objective of this research is to know the role of social media (Zoom, Google Classroom and YouTube) for the student’s learning achievement at SMA Islam As-Syafi’iyah 01. This research used the descriptive analysis method. The data of this research are questions given to the students using google form and collecting their final score from the English teacher. Then, the result of this research; Most of students (57 % of 100 samples) using their gadgets more than three hours per day. The observation found 96% of 100 population and from questionnaire got 70% are always and 19% are usually using social media for learning. 79,7% of students said that Google Classroom, Zoom and YouTube are popular and easy to use in language learning. Based on the questionnaire researchers found 53% are always and 30% are usually agreed when they must study using Google Classroom, Zoom and YouTube. Researchers found that 18% of the population are always and the other 48% are usually got good final scores during online learning using social media. More ever using social media, make students have appropriate platform to study in pandemic era and also can improve their achievement using social media at once.
Lily Yuntina
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 6, pp 27-35; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v6i1.42.pp.27-35

Education as a dynamic process in which children develop according to the inner terms of their lives, with their "voluntary work" when placed in an environment that is prepared to give them freedom of self-expression. One aspect that needs to be developed from an early age is language, the most ideal for learning a language other than the mother tongue (first language). The purpose of this research was to find out and get information about children's language improvement through singing activities, Research Subject was students at Kindergarten Al Marjan Bekasi. The type of research methodology is a descriptive qualitative method. Source of the data for this research took from the principal and teachers. The object were 26 students of Group B. Data collection technique through the results of the observations, interviews, documentation and field notes as data supporting. The type of observation used is passive participation observation. The stages of data analysis were consisted of data before, data in the field, and after completion of the field. Data validity checking techniques are based on credibility, transferability, dependability, confirmability. In checking the validity researcher used a degree of trust, with platform learning at home using social media as a communication tool between teachers and students. The result of this research, there is a significant increasing children’s language skill through singing activities.
Intan Nur Ahmar, Sugiyanta
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 6, pp 36-43; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v6i1.45.pp.36-43

Speaking is a productive skill that can be immediately observed. The major goal of all English language teaching should be to provide learners with the ability to use English effectively and accurately to achieve better communication. However, some students still have difficulty in speaking, because of their different performance levels. They process information differently and there is a difference in personality (extrovert and introvert). This current research is to investigate whether there is a significant difference between introvert and extrovert students on their speaking achievement at Cambridge School of English. 23 students were selected as the sample and their personality type was determined by using Eysenck Personality Questionnaire and their speaking score from the speaking test. This research was quantitative approach; a non-experimental research design. The result of the research reveals that there is a different mean score between the extrovert and introvert students although the difference is slight, the mean score of the extrovert students is 74 and introvert students is 76.54. Meanwhile by collecting numerical data analyzed using SPSS 22, the result of the independent sample t-test shows that the t-table is higher than t-count (-1.360
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 5, pp 83-93; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v5i2.34.pp.83-93

First language vocabulary development and phonological development are important for a child to interact with others and to acquire second language. This current research aims to explore the first language vocabulary development and phonological development of an Indonesian child. The subject of this current research is an Indonesian female child aged 2.10 years. Recordings were employed as the research instrument to collect data. The data were collected by recording the child’s utterances within a three-month period, commencing from February 5, 2019 to April 23, 2019. There were nine (9) recordings in February, twenty-five (25) recordings in March, and twenty-six (26) recording in April. To explore the child’s first language vocabulary and phonological development, the recordings of the child’s utterances were transcribed. The findings show that the vocabulary development of the child occurred in the names of animals, vegetables, fruits, transportation, stationary, numbers, colours, and family members. In addition, the findings also indicate that child’s phonological development did not yet happen in the second month of the research (March 2019). It occurred in the third month only in the categories of other things and colours. A study should be further conducted with more categories, not only focusing on the main four parts of speech – nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs, but also on pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, and articles.
Edy Waloyo, Farchati
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 5, pp 66-76; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v5i2.36.pp.66-76

This research aimed to find out the effect of gallery walk strategy on students’ speaking skill at eleventh-grade students MA Darul Masholeh. The study took 24 students as samples from two classes, that was XI IPA as an experimental class, and XI IPS as control class. It used quantitative analysis which is designed as quasi-experimental. The technique of collecting data is testing that is pre-test and post-test. The result showed that: 1). Students’ speaking skill without applying gallery walk strategy still under the standardized score of the school, that is 64.00. 2). Student's speaking skill by applied gallery walk strategy is improved, and most of them succeed to pass the standardized score of the school, that is 84.00. 3). The effect of gallery walk strategy on students’ speaking skill is a significant influence. The gain between the pre-test and post-test score is 15.64 points. Because the t-test result is t account (9.541)> t table at (df) 22 (2.07387)showed that the significance level (Sig. (2-tailed)) was 0.00 which less than the significance level of 0.05. ), so, Ho is rejected, and Ha is accepted. It means that there is a significant effect of using gallery walk strategy on students’ speaking skill at MA Darul Masholeh in advertisement text at eleventh-grade students of MA Darul Masholeh.
Ircham Asrori
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 5, pp 77-83; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v5i2.31.pp.77-83

The first aim of this study was to explore the application of digital storytelling in teaching speaking at the students of state senior high school No 1 Pelepat Kabupaten Bungo. Second, it aims to explore the benefits of digital storytelling in contributing to speaking class. Third, it aims to explore the participants’ perception. This study used qualitative method. The data collection technique used was observation, interview, and audiovisual material. The participants were an English teacher and six of twenty-four students of eleventh grade. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. The data was analyzed qualitatively by using triangulation. The first finding was digital storytelling use in teaching speaking as in the following procedures: writing the story, recording the story, collecting related pictures, combining (recording and relevant images), and the last step was presenting and evaluating. The second findings was the application of digital storytelling had some benefits such as it contributed to practice and improve students’ speaking skill, the students be familiar with the pronunciations, self-confidence, and evaluated or assessed students’ improvement in speaking skill. The last finding of this study showed that the digital storytelling use in teaching speaking provided participants to have positive and negative perception; for example, high motivation in learning, easy, interesting, and enjoyable media, while for negative perceptions were difficulties in editing, limited time, and lack of related images.
Ayuningtyas Putri Pratiwi, Yeny Prastiwi
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 5, pp 53-58; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v5i2.32.pp.53-58

This study aims to determine the psychological impact experienced by Alex Standall on the death of Hannah Baker, presented in the Thirteen Reasons Why series adaptation of the novel of the same title by Jay Asher. This study is a qualitative research. The data source used is the TV-series Thirteen Reasons Why first season. The data collection technique is from analyzing the series. The theory used in this study is the psychology of literature. The results of this study are as follows: first, the initial factors that triggered Alex Standall to do bad things to Hannah Baker. Second, the psychological condition of Alex Standall after making a mistake about Hannah Baker. Third, the guilty towards Hannah Baker that caused Alex Standall finally decided to end his life.
Leroy Holman Siahaan, Ali Hussin
Dialectical Literature and Educational Journal, Volume 5, pp 59-65; https://doi.org/10.51714/dlejpancasakti.v5i2.39.pp.59-65

Sociolinguistics is a study of the connection between language and society. People have a different language style when they interact with each one. By many variations that they have, it can be possible for them to mix their language in their utterance—mixing one language with the other languages, in the sociolinguistics field, is called by code-mixing. It has been common to use of code-mixing in society. It happens in the one of the public figures and famous that is Mr. Nadiem Makariem. Therefore, this research focuses on code mixing that emerges on video of Mr. Nadiem Makariem. The objective of this research is to find out the types and levels of code mixing that appear on the video. This research was descriptive qualitative method and the researchers act as the main instrument of this research. In collecting the data, this research utilized documentation method. This study employed content analysis focusing on analyzing the types of code mixing which defined by Hoffman and the levels of code mixing that argued by Suwito. Then, the result of types and levels of code mixing were counted by using Walizer’s formula. The result shows that there were 134 data in the types and levels of code mixing. In the types of code mixing, the highest type was intra-sentential of code mixing (88.8%) and the lowest type was involving a change of pronunciation (0%). While, in the levels of code mixing, word level (44.8%) becomes the dominant while word repetition (3%) and idiom (1.5%) were the lowest.
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