Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2746-0312 / 2745-522X
Published by: Jurnal Akuatiklestari (10.31629)
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Angelika Rouli Sinaga
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 40-44; https://doi.org/10.31629/juliet.v2i2.3686

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The purpose of this research is to find out whether or not there was a correlation between the students’ willingness to communicate, and learning attitudes toward speaking skill. This research used a quantitative correlation to find the relationship between the variables. This study’s population consisted of 147 students. The purposive sampling method was used to obtain the sample for this study, which consisted of 25 students from XI IPS 2 and XI IPS 3 classes. The instruments used to obtain data were questionnaires and online test. The questionnaire utilizes a google form with 10 statements and five answers in each statement to assess students’ willingness to communicate, and learning attitudes. The second, test is to obtain the results of each student’s speaking skill, which are recorded. Normality test, homogeneity test, linearity test, bivariate test, multiple correlation equation, and hypothesis test are used to analyze data. Based on data analysis, the multiple regression equation obtained 1.14, implying that there is a very strong relationship between willingness to communicate, and learning attitudes toward speaking skills.
Lisa Anriani
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 16-24; https://doi.org/10.31629/juliet.v2i2.3620

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This study aimed to know how is the profile of students’ English linguistic intelligence of rhetoric at SMP Islam De Green Camp Tanjungpinang. The subject in this research is the eighth grade that consisted of 21 female students. This study is based on Gardner’s theory (1998). A research design in this research is descriptive qualitative research with analysis technique. The setting of place in this research is at SMP Islam De Green Camp Tanjungpinang. The instruments in collecting the data are interviews and speaking tests. Based on the instruments, the researcher assesses students’ answers by a rubric that consisted of grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. The result shows that the total score is 61.9 and from the criteria of the rhetoric on speaking, the students’ English linguistic intelligence of rhetoric at SMP Islam De Green Camp Tanjungpinang is good.
Ryzka Suharnita
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 25-31; https://doi.org/10.31629/juliet.v2i2.3647

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Speaking is one of the most important skills to be developed in education curriculum in Indonesia. It indicates communicative purposes involving authentic oral interaction material because students do not study the language as a subject but also using it for social communication. The purpose of the study was to investigate whether or not there is significant effect of using Information Gap on students’ speaking skill. The population of this research were tenth grade students at SMK Negeri 4 Tanjungpinang and chose randomly by using cluster sampling. The sample of this research were 30 students of X RPL 3 as the experimental group and X MM 1 as the control group consisted 30 students. This research employed Information Gap in experimental group as the source of ideas to make the students communicate. While in the control group were taught using Rote Learning. The instrument used in the study was oral test. The data were analyzed quantitative using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. The result showed, There is a significant effect of using Information Gap on students’ speaking skill, as tcount = 2.666 and sig = 0.010 < 0.05 and the mean score of post-test in experimental was higher (74.00) than control group (69.23). It can be concluded there is any effect of using Information Gap Technique on speaking skill at SMK Negeri 4 Tanjungpinang.
Nur Halimah, Gatot Subroto, Nana Raihana Askurny
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 32-39; https://doi.org/10.31629/juliet.v2i2.3659

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The aim of this study is to determine the instrument and the students’ responses of reading anxiety. The approach of this research is qualitative descriptive. The gathered data were analyzed qualitatively by using Rasch Model. A questionnaire was used as an instrument to get the data. 14 female students of SMP Islam De Green Camp were involved in this research. The FLRAS by Horwitz et al was used to create a questionnaire that contained 20 items. The study showed that the quality of the instrument and the students’ responses were not good enough to be used due to their small amount. Therefore, teachers must choose and creates a good instrument to know their students’ responses about reading anxiety. Then, students are recommended to read more English texts to minimize their reading anxiety.
Faiz Ushbah Mubarok, Atiqah Nurul Asri
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 8-15; https://doi.org/10.31629/juliet.v2i2.3692

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Due to the pandemic condition, we rely more on the technology usage. Technology presents us plentiful advantages and features in the teaching and learning. Specifically in smart phones, android nowadays offer numerous applications of language learning in Play Store. This article shows the benefits of Android applications namely Duolingo, Busuu, Rosetta Store, and Memrise in learning English language. These apps enhance the user’s four language skills mastery using games, riddles and other various ways. By learning language independently, students may also their cognitive, meta-cognitive and affective skills. It aids learners to gain their goals in a fun and enjoyable ways. Further, it is also beneficial in terms of improving students’ motivation and confidence, easy and simple, practical and entertaining, and sustainability.
Laely Hidayati
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.31629/juliet.v2i2.3695

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The case study or case-based technique has been widely employed in a variety of areas due to the tremendous benefits it provides for teaching and learning. The Indonesian government also encourages the use of the case method as one of the methods emphasized in the Key Performance Indicators of Higher Education (IKU) guidelines. This article presents a literature review of the case study by exploring the benefits and the challenges of implementing this method in the classroom. Besides, an alternative scenario of the case study implementation in English for Medical Purposes is also presented. It is hoped that this article will give insight into the implementation of the case method in a specific setting to help students learn English in a meaningful way. Keywords: Key Performance Indicator, Case-based Learning, English for Medical Purposes
Iqbal
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 28-35; https://doi.org/10.31629/jjumrah.v2i1.3131

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The purpose of this study was to determine whether the Community Language Learning Method (CLLM) is more effective on the ability to speak 11th-grade students of MIPA SMA Negeri 4, Tanjungpinang. This type of research used in this study is Quasi Research. The tool used to obtain research data is an oral test. The population in this study was eleventh grade students of SMA Negeri 4 Tanjungpinang. This study uses a method that requires students to carry out speaking activities in a group with topics that have been mutually agreed upon in each group. Researcher gave a pretest before learning activities. After the learning activities, the researcher gives a posttest that is added to the rubric of assessment, calculating the average value, and analyzing with the help of a computer application namely SPSS. The application of the Community Language Learning Method (CLLM) during the learning process turns out to have an effect on the ability of students to carry out conversations in groups that have been formed. It can be seen during the teaching and learning process students look more active and enthusiastic about learning to speak situations using the Community Language Learning Method (CLLM).
Benni Satria
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.31629/jjumrah.v2i1.3143

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The use of E- learning in English Language Teaching (ELT) has been strongly promoted since the pandemics Covid-19 is widely spread. Many researches have been conducted to find the best digital online learning to be used in the classroom. However, little to no research investigates about the most suitable digital online learning for the students living in the remote area whereas, especially in Indonesia, there were so many remote areas. Thus, this paper assists to describe the best digital platforms to be used in the remote Area. There were 15 ELT students involved as the participants. The chosen students were the students living in remote area. The instruments were a questionnaire. The result showed that Messenger Application, especially WhatsApp is the most preferred by the students living in the remote area, following by LMS represented by google classroom, and the last is video conference, particularly zoom. The finding of this research can become a consideration for the educators, especially teaching in remote area, in selecting the digital platform in online learning.
Dewi Nopita
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 6-11; https://doi.org/10.31629/jjumrah.v2i1.3133

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Collocation is a natural order of words in which one word should be attached to another in a particular context. For students who learn English as a foreign language (EFL students), using collocations has been recognized to become a problem. This article is going to describe EFL college students’ skill in using collocations in writing essays. 42 students from the same class were selected. They were the 4th semester students of English Education Study Program at Teacher Training and Education Faculty of UMRAH who took Essay Writing course in the academic year 2019/ 2020. The students were given a take-home assignment to write essays. Then, the essays were analyzed to find out the students’ skill in using collocations. It was found that in using collocation in writing essays, 5 students had excellent skill, 14 students had good skill, and 23 students had low skill. The incorrect use of collocations consisted of lexical and grammatical collocations. Finally, it is hoped that these findings could be a useful input for future Essay Writing course.
Lyza Yustika
Journal of Language, Literature, and English Teaching (JULIET), Volume 2, pp 12-15; https://doi.org/10.31629/jjumrah.v2i1.3127

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This research aimed to describe how picture series medium can increase the students’s writing skill for eighth grade at state junior high school 1 of Bintan. Classroom action research was the research design. The research comprised of two cycles with four meeting in the two cycles. A test was the main data of this research. Twenty students in VIII B at state junior high school 1 of Bintan, in the academic year of 019/2020 was the subject of this research. The outcome appeared there were upgrades in students’ writing skill. It tends to be seen from the outcome of each post-test in the two cycles. Students’ test average in cycle 1 was 63.57. Students’ test average in second cycle was 68.87. It means picture series medium could help students in improving their writing skill.
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