Ladu: Journal of Languages and Education

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ISSN / EISSN: 27742083 / 2774194X
Published by: Mitra Palupi
Total articles ≅ 55

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Nur Hurriyatul Kamila, Nuryansyah Adijaya
Published: 30 September 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 219-224; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i6.142

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Background: The use of media in the learning process can facilitate the process of communication or delivery of messages from teachers to students. Students can clearly understand the instruction meaning or message that the teacher conveys. Purpose: This study aims to determine the learning outcomes of students using graphic media and the effect of using graphic media on student learning outcomes in Indonesian subjects for class IV instructional texts at MI Almunazomah, Caringin District, Bogor Regency. Design and methods: This research is an experimental research. The subjects of this study were all fourth-grade students, totalling 20 people. The test instrument used to determine student learning outcomes is a multiple choice test in the form of pre-test and post-test. Results: The results of this study indicate that the experimental group taught using graphic media obtained an average pre-test average value post-test of 77 with a standard deviation of 16.36. Changes in learning outcomes are 42 by using graphic media. While the mean value of the pre-test in the control group was 37 with a standard deviation of 13.37 and the average value of the post-test was 52 with a standard deviation of 14.76. Changes in learning outcomes are 15 without using graphic media. Based on the hypothesis testing criteria at = 0.05, t observe = 3.59 and t table = 2.10 so that t observe > t table or 3.59 > 2.19 then Ha is accepted and Ho is rejected. It can be concluded that there is a significant effect of the use of graphic media on the learning outcomes of fourth grade students in the Indonesian subject of instructional text material at MI Almunazomah, Caringin District, Bogor Regency.
Widanti Utami, Mega Febriani Sya, Arif Hidayat
Published: 30 September 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 231-240; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i6.144

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Background: A task of a teacher or an educator is to create a pleasant learning atmosphere or situation for students. This situation can be realized by doing fun learning by compiling fun teaching materials as well. Purpose: To overcome these problems, it is deemed necessary to renew the development of appropriate teaching materials. Design and methods: This research method is Research and Development (R&D). This research was conducted at SDN Ciomas 3 Bogor. The developing teaching materials for the English language module uses the research and development method of 4D learning tools which consists of 4 stages, namely define, design, develop, and disseminate. Data analysis techniques in this study used quantitative data and qualitative data. Qualitative data were obtained based on input, suggestions, assessments carried out by two experts, namely material and media experts, English teachers, and students. Then the quantitative data is based on a closed-ended questionnaire that has been compiled to determine the quality of the developed product, namely the English Language Module teaching materials. Results: The results of the product trial design were supervisors, material experts and media experts and the subjects tried 3 teachers and 38 students. the results of this study are the English Language Module for class IV which contains 5 material and has obtained very good quality based on the validation value of the material experts scored 69 or 92% from maximum value of 75, validating media experts with a score of 70 or 93% from a maximum value of 75 assessment by 3 teachers with a total score of 445 or 98.8% from a maximum value of 450, and the actual field trial for students with a total score of 1854 or 97.57% from a maximum value of 1900 with the results explained, the English module teaching materials are very suitable to be used as a supporting book for learning English in Grade IV Elementary School.
Siti Maysyarotul Masruroh,
Published: 30 September 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 225-230; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i6.143

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Background: Interest in reading can be interpreted as a desire to encourage someone to read books available in the library. Purpose: The aims of this research is to find out which types of books are most liked and interested by students. Design and methods: The research was conducted using a descriptive analytical case study, the method used was a mixed method. by using quantitative and qualitative approaches. The data obtained are using documents, observations and interviews. This research was conducted on 55 students in grade 1.A and grade 3A at Aligarh Islamic Elementary School. Results: The result of this study reveals there are 79 books that students like and are interested in. The books that students like the most are books with pictures.
Rendy Pribadi, Yasir Riady
Published: 30 September 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 207-217; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i6.141

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Background: There was a different technique when the Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) framework came into effect, from elements, Fairclough analysis frameworks that explained the historical side of text production to the impact on society and the framework of CDA van Dijk that characterized the cognition of the producer of the text (journalist). Purpose: This study tries to find elements of cognition and sociocultural from the article Evaluation of Evaluasi Pemilu Serentak Mendesak from Tempo newspaper with the framework model of CDA Fairclough and van Dijk model. Design and methods: This research uses a qualitative approach with data collection methods using library methods. Content analysis techniques. Results: The authors found several techniques in dissecting the text; 1. CDA Fairclough model focuses more on changes in social patterns, 2. Social cognition only reads events and conveys them to the reader so that the responsibility is centered on journalists.
Barli Tambunan, Anton Purba, Andrew Tobing
Published: 30 September 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 199-205; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i6.115

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Background: In search of a solution to the problem that students in Indonesia face in learning English as a foreign language, a strategy called Metacognitive and Paraphrasing strategy is considered to be helpful in helping students develop reading skills. Purpose: This study aims to determine the effect of using the metacognitive and paraphrasing strategy on students’ reading comprehension. Design and methods: This study was conducted by using experimental research. The population of this research was the students of the eleventh grade of SMA Methodist 5 Medan. The sample was 80 students of two classes chosen by using cluster random sampling. They were divided into two groups, 40 students in the experimental group and 40 students in the control group. The experimental group was taught using metacognitive and paraphrasing strategy while the control group was taught using the conventional method. The instrument for collecting data was 20 items of multiple-choice tests. It was given in pre-test and pos-test. After collecting the data, then the researcher analyzed the data by using t-test formula. Results: The finding showed that the t-observe was 4.099 and t-table 1.990 at the level of significance ( α = 0.05 ) and the degree of freedom (df) 78. It means that observe is higher than t-table (4.099 > 1.990). Therefore, the null hypothesis (H0) is rejected and the alternative hypothesis (Ha) is accepted. It is proven that there was a significant effect of using metacognitive and paraphrasing strategy on students’ reading comprehension of narrative text.
Shella Ambarwati,
Published: 31 July 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 191-197; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i5.139

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Background: The animated cartoon film Nussa and Rarra is an animated film that displays daily stories in the world of children, Rarra is a little girl who is very cheerful and likes to play while Nussa is an older sister who loves her sister, Rarra. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to determine the formation of Islamic characters contained in the Nussa and Rarra Animations for students. Design and methods: This research was conducted using a qualitative approach to content analysis methods with descriptive analysis techniques. The data source used is the document in the form of Nussa and Rarra YouTube videos through the Nussa Official YouTube account. Results: The results of the study revealed that in the Nussa Official youtube films there were Islamic character values ​​such as honest behavior, speaking well and politely, worshiping according to the religion adopted, sincere and not being arrogant and arrogant towards others. Meanwhile, Islamic character values ​​that have not yet emerged are such as giving alms, helping others regardless of religion, spreading kindness and guarding words and deeds.
Yusuf Safari, Sinta Ayu Nuresa
Published: 31 July 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 185-190; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i5.138

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Background: This research is raised due to the problems of students who experience limitations in storytelling skills in Indonesian language lessons. This is due to the lack of concentration in the learning process because the learning methods and media used are less varied so that the ability to master the storytelling skills of students is low. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of the use of image media on storytelling mastery in Indonesian language subjects for grade 1 students. Design and methods: This research was a quantitative experimental research, which was carried out at MI Al Mubarokah Cileungsi-Bogor. The form of experiment in this research is Post-test Only Control Group Design. The data collection technique that the author uses is in the form of observation and documentation. The subjects in this study were students of class 1 MI Al-Mubarokah, which consisted of 20 students who were divided into 2 groups, namely 10 students as the experimental class and 10 other students as the control group. Results: From the research results were analyzed using statistical analysis techniques. the p value is shown .000 < .05 that is indicated there is difference between the data mean of experiment and control class. Mean rank of experiment class is 27.05 while mean rank of control class is 13.95. it means the experiment class has higher mean than control. With this calculation the hypothesis can be concluded that picture media is improving the Indonesian story telling ability of the students. Then the application of image media is effective in improving storytelling skills in Indonesian subjects for class 1 students of MI Al Mubarokah Academic Year 2021/2022.
Lisana Rahmati Marzan
Published: 31 July 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 169-175; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i5.89

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Background: Writing as medium of communications has become the pivotal accomplishments of language learning objectives. It still becomes the challenging part especially for learners who come from non-English speaking country. Their hindrances to elaborate the sentences, lack vocabularies and use the right words in their essay make the essay difficult to understand. Purpose: Therefore, the significance of the research is to identify the readability level of student’s essay written by grade eight learners under Cambridge curriculum. Design and methods: This readability is to define which level of readers is suitable to read the text and who will understand it. Then, one of the elements in analyzing the level of readability is the number of complex words the texts. Therefore, there are about 13 students’ essays were examined using Flesh-Kincaid Ease Formula and SMOG index. Results: The result found out the they have diverse readability level in between 7th grade to college level. By these results as well, it appears the number of complex words used in their essay which then being described of what kinds of complex sentences used in their essays.
Herlambang Gilang Setyo Nugroho, Luky Budhi Utomo, Ildre Revansha Muhar, Daning Nur Setyowati
Published: 31 July 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 177-183; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i5.122

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Background: Culturally, language is a one of the cultural elements of a society. Therefore, it is stated that language is a manifestation of the identity of the speaker community. By expressing or explaining something, researchers communicate using different points of view and ways. In the era of globalization, the view of life and modern human interaction has undergone rapid and dynamic changes so that local languages ​​are starting to be forgotten in their use because they are considered obsolete and tacky. The younger generation in urban and rural areas likes to use urban slang in their daily routine interactions. Purpose: This study aims to preserve the smooth Javanese language in daily life. Design and methods: Researchers used qualitative phenomenology method in this study to find social facts in the community. The data are gathered using documentary acquisition techniques by observation and in the form of a qualitative descriptive design. The researcher made a documentary film about efforts to maintain regional languages ​​in social life using shooting methods consisting of Development procedures, Pre-Production procedures, Production procedures, Post Production procedures, and Distribution procedures. Results: The results that the researchers produced Bahasaku documentary film containing efforts to maintain local languages ​​in social life and uploaded them on social media YouTube. This is because YouTube is a social media that is currently easily accessible and has many users.
Elvara Artamevya Raharjo Putri, Taufiq Effendi, Syarifah Azharina Syafrudin
Published: 31 July 2022
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education, Volume 2, pp 157-167; https://doi.org/10.56724/ladu.v2i5.125

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Background: Songs have long been popular literary works for learning English. One way is by paying attention to figurative language used in songs popular among EFL learners. Purpose: This study was aimed at identifying the types of figurative language used in songs recently popular among Indonesian youth. Design and methods: The data were purposively collected from a sample of three songs of a famous album. The data were qualitatively analysed by using Gorys Keraf’s theory. Results: Finally, it is recommended that types of figurative language need to be taught to and learned by EFL learners to help enhance their comprehension when dealing with popular literary works like songs.
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