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Journal Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal

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Ani Fiani, Syaprizal Syaprizal
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 216-232; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.283

Abstract:This current study is aimed to investigate EFL teachers perception on postmethod pedagogy proposed by Kumaravadivelu. To achieve the aim, the research method used here is a qualitative case study with nine doctoral students from various universities in Indonesia. The data collection tools are a questionnaire and structured interview. The result revealed that most of the EFL lecturers have already implemented postmethod pedagogy perspective divided into four parts: teaching interaction, teaching strategy, teaching objective, and teaching content although they were not aware yet about the concept. It was indicated that they theorized what they do and did what they theorize. For further researchers, postmethod pedagogy should be investigated in real condition of teaching and learning process and the effect of this pedagogy on students learning achievement so that it will be clearly found whether or not this pedagogy perspective is appropriate to be implemented in higher education in Indonesian context. Keywords: postmethod pedagogy, postmethod pedagogy framework, EFL teachers
Imelda Mallipa
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 193-204; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.182

Abstract:This study aimed at investigating students perceptions on the implementation of group works and the problems that students faced in working with their friends in group. The method of this study was mix method, descriptive quantitave and descriptive qualitative method. The participants were sixty (60) students of the first and second year students in English Education at Papua University. The data for study was taken from a five level Linkert scale questionnaire, open ended questionnaire and students reflection sheet. The results showed that some 30 (50 percent) of students preferred group work to individual work and few students 12 (20 percent) were disagree with group works in their learning proces while some other 18 (30 percent) of students chose no opinion. The problems faced by students were that there were students who were difficult to interact with other tended to be passive in group discussion, those who were hinger achievers tended to dominate in group and did not listen to other opinions (sometimes did not have willingness to study together) then caused students with lower level ability had no confidence to talk in group discussion (sometimes did not come to group discussion), and students who did not want to work had no effort to read and to study materials (only asked for explanation from his or her friends). Thus, it can be concluded that the students in English Education Department at The University of Papua had positive perception on the implementation of group works in teaching process and the problems in working in group came from themselves and from their group members. Key words: group works, the perception, the problems, Higher Education
Syaprizal Syaprizal, Ramadona Ramadona
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 205-215; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.252

Abstract:The objective of this investigation was to investigate students errors in writing recount text made by the eleventh grade students of social program Senior High School Number 1 and Senior High School Number 2 Muara Beliti in academic year 2016/2017. The method applied in this investigation was descriptive method. The subject of the investigation was all the eleventh grade students of social program Senior High School Number 1 and Senior High School Number 2 Muara Beliti. The number of the sample was 30 that consist of five students each class and each school. To get the data, the writer used essay test. The test given was an intruction to compose a paragraph in 150 words. Based on the finding of data analysis from the test. The majority errors done by the Eleventh Grade of Social Program Students of Senior High School Number 1Muara Beliti was Verb (55.36 percent) total errors was 62. Punctuation and spelling (4.46 percent) total errors was 5. Preposition (5,35 percent) total errors 6. Pronoun (34.83 percent) total errors was39.The majority errors donethe Eleventh of social program Grade Students of Senior High School Number 2 Muara Beliti wasVerb (61.67 percent) total errors was 37. Punctuation and spelling (1.66 percent) total errors was 1. Preposition (1.66 percent) total errors was1. Pronoun (35.01 percent) total errors was21. In conclusion, The students did such errors because the students translated directly from Indonesian language into English. Therefore, they forgot to use the correct pattern of a sentence that consist subject, verb, and object. Keywords: Writing, Errors, Tenses Analysis, Recount Text.
Ardayati Ardayati
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 180-192; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.186

Abstract:The aim of this research was to find out whether or not it was significantly effective to use film as a media in teaching writing for tertiary level students. This study used preexperimental method which was focused on writing skill at the eleventh grade students of Senior High School Tugumulyo. The writer formulated two hypotheses; they were null hypothesis (Ho) and the alternative hypothesis (Ha). There were 352 students from nine classes as the population of this study. The sample was taken through cluster random sampling. The result was XI IA.2 class which consisted of 37 students. In this case, the writer collected the data by using writing test. Based on the findings, the result showed that tobtained was 6.38 where ttable was 1.697. It showed that tobtained was higher than ttable (tobtained more than ttable). Finally, the writer concludes that it was significantly effective to use film as media in teaching writing at the eleventh grade students of Senior High School Tugumulyo. Keywords: teaching writing, film, media.
Ahmad Jazuly, Ninuk Indrayani
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 168-179; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.175

Abstract:This study aims to find out how the application of English teaching guidance to young students (TEYL) for early childhood education (PAUD). This study on community service has been implemented in TK Ad Dhuha Kabupaten Jember, East Java. Community service is done because of the unity of National Park commemorate National Education Day (NED).The method used in this research is observation, interview, and presentation between writer and audience about the technique of guidance on the implementation of teaching English to young students (TEYL) for teachers of Early Childhood Education in Ad Dhuha Jember Kindergarten. There are 24 teachers collected from 4 kindergarten schools consisting of 1 male and 23 female. The results of this study are: (1) the writer knows the teacher's ability to teach English in Ad Dhuha kindergarten, (2) The writer knows the teaching-learning method used by teachers for their children, (3) The teachers can develop teaching methods that have been learned during the training in community service at Ad Dhuha kindergarten. Keywords: Early Childhood Education Teachers, Kinds of Teaching EYL, Ad Dhuha Kindergarten.
Herlina Herlina, Maria Ramasari
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 154-167; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.181

Abstract:This research aimed to find out the students ability in producing the sentences of simple present tense at STMIK Musi Rawas. The research was a qualitative study. As stated in findings, it interpreted that there were 34 students (62.91 percent) in the low category. Thus, there were 15 students (27.50 percent) in the good category. Finally, there were 5 students (9.59 percent) in the excellent category. Hence, it can be concluded that students ability in producing the sentences of simple present tense was still low. It showed that many students still got difficulties in producing the sentences of simple present tense especially for verb in third person singular as the subject pronoun. Keywords: students ability, simple present tense, sentences
Ayu Oktaviani, Yulfi Yulfi
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 143-153; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.174

Abstract:The objective of the research was to find out how students speaking in professional context at the 2nd semester of STKIP PGRI Lubuklinggau can be improved through inductive approach. The researcher used Action Research or classroom action research. The research conducted at STKIP PGRI Lubuk Linggau academic year 2014/2015. The research conducted to the students who took speaking class (Speaking for Professional context). The class consists of 34 students. The procedures of the actions were four steps as follows: (1) planning, (2) implementing, (3) observing and (4) reflecting. The findings of the strategy implementation were analyzed from the research instruments used, observation checklists, field notes, speaking test and Interview. There were thirty four (34) students as the samples of class room action research. Based on the product of test, they were 30 of 34 students (88.24 percent) successfully passed the final of speaking test. Based on the interview of 34 students in second semester only 6 students who were still not confidence in speaking and there were 28 students or (82.35 percent) who did not feel easily embarrassed when they spoke in the class especially in formal class. Based on the data above, this classroom action research succeeds to improve students skill in speaking for professional context. It means that, inductive approach that has 6 steps, 13 meeting, and 7 topics was success. Keyword: Speaking, Professional Context, Inductive, Approach
Sastika Seli, Dewi Syafitri
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 129-142; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.187

Abstract:The research aims at describing politeness used by Americans in Bad Neighbors movie to express apology. This is a qualitative descriptive research which identified, observed, transcribed the data as well as described them in the sentences. The findings present the strategy of apologizing and the use of address terms overviewed from politeness strategies such as positive politeness, negative politeness and off record. The use of address terms in expressing apology covered terms of addressing in negative politeness includes the use of title plus last name (TLN) (such as Mr. Haywood and Maam) and positive politeness includes different nick names (NN) (such as Mac, Baby, Scoonie, Guys, etc). The variation of apologizing includes direct apology (sorry and I am sorry). In the application of direct apology I am sorry, no address term was used in the expression and it indicates positive politeness. In a direct expression of apology sorry, there was a term of address used preceded the expression and sometimes it also occurred afterward. Based on the description, it can be inferred that most of expression of direct apology expressed in positive politeness because the first speaker wanted to show a more intimate relationship to the second speaker. The position of the terms also affects the purpose and the quality of sincerity of the speakers. This strategy considered to be an effective way to express apology to show that the speaker who committed a responsibility of apologizing regretted the mistakes. Keyword: politeness, apologizing, term of address
Dewi Syafitri, Maharani Robiatul Islam
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 115-128; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.185

Abstract:The objectives of the research were to describe the forms and the functions of joke in Ghostbusters 2016 movie. The researcher used descriptive qualitative method in classifying and analyzing the forms and functions of joke. Ghostbusters 2016 movie was chosen as object of the research. The researcher used documentation in collecting the data. Technique for analyzing the data was identification, classification, reduction, description and conclusion. The result of the research: 1) form; 5 words (proper noun, determiner, uncountable noun), 7 phrases (prepositional phrase, noun phrase, verb phrase), and 59 sentences (simple sentence, complex sentence, compound sentence, imperative sentence, exclamatory sentence). 2) function; joke to build sense of togetherness in informal setting that was used in close relationship 10 jokes, joke to amuse others and her or him self in informal setting that was used in close relationship 22 jokes, joke to hostile others with violent behavior and teasing in informal setting that was used in distant relationship 10 jokes. In brief, the most frequent form and function was used in Ghostbusters 2016 movie was simple sentence and using joke to amuse others and her or him self in informal setting that was used in close relationship was the most frequent used in Ghostbusters 2016 movie. Keyword: sociolinguistics, joke, comedy movie, ghostbusters
Nostalgianti Citra Prystiananta
Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, Volume 1, pp 91-101; doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.178

Abstract:The study aims at finding out whether or not it is effective to use PASS write model to teach writing at students of class eight of SMP Negeri Sempolin Academic Year 2016/2017. The population of students of class eight of SMP Negeri Sempol with the sample class VIIIB consist 27 students. The research was a preexperimental research by applying one group of pretest and posttest design. In collecting the data, the writer used the written test that was administered in pretest and posttest. The data analysis was conducted through calculating the individual score, convert students score with schools passing grade, and calculating ttest. The results show that in the pretest, the students mean was 69.29. On the other hand, in the posttest their scores increased to 75.67. The result of paired ttest calculation presented the ttest score was 7.25 and the significance level was 0.05 with the df 26 (27 to 1) (1.703). It means that ttest score was higher than its tscore. Finally, it can be concluded that it was effective to teach writing skill through Peer Assisted Study Sessions to students of class eight of SMP Negeri Sempol Bondowosoin Academic Year 2016/2017. Keywords: teaching writing,peer assisted study session, PASSwrite
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