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PENGEMBANGAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN BLENDED LEARNING PADA MATAKULIAH KONSEP TEKNOLOGI INFORMASI Warsono, Warsono; Suyanto, Eko
Jurnal Teknologi Informasi Komunikasi Pendidikan Vol 1, No 4 (2013): Jurnal Teknologi Informasi Komunikasi Pendidikan
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The purpose of this research is to a.) Generate a Blended learning model That learning approach that integrates teacher center approach and distance learning using online learning resources that will be applicable to subjects Concept College of Information Technology at DCC LAMPUNG. b.) An increase in the achievement of students on the use of e-Learning in DCC LAMPUNG Universities c.) to be atractive for students on the use of e-Learning in DCC Lampung Higher Educations.Methods of research and development is done by following the steps Borg and Gall research to move to seven step because the study is still small. Data obtained using a questionnaire and a test instrument then the data were analyzed by descriptive and t test.Kata kunci : atutor, media pembelajaran, blended learning, online, model.
STRATEGI PEMBERDAYAAN MASYARAKAT SEKITAR HUTAN KONSERVASI TAMAN WISATA ALAM GUNUNG BAUNG DALAM UPAYA MENGURANGI PERAMBAHAN HUTAN Warsono, Warsono; Soetriono, Soetriono; Januar, Jani
Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian Vol 7, No 2 (2014)
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Mount Baung Natural Park is one of the conservation areas in East Java, to reduce encroachment by the public, the government holds community empowerment. This study aims to determine: the motivation of people in the area of empowerment; Socio-economic factors that affect the motivation of people in the areas in implementing empowerment programs; Strategies undertaken to empower communities in the areas. The research method uses a descriptive and analytic. Descriptive data analysis tools uses Likert scale, multiple linear regression and analysis of FFA. The results shows that the motivation of people on community development programsis high while the motivation of people on elephant grass in the Mount Baung Natural Park is low, socio-economic factors that influence on the motivation of people in the areas in implementing empowerment programs are age (years) , revenue (Rp), and the number of dependents (soul). While the factors that do not affect significantly are the education (years) and land area (m2). Strategies that can be done is: rehabilitate some areas of Mount Baung Natural Park that has been already degraded with labor-intensive methods and design tour packages which are capable of absorbing the local community as labor (tour guide) for tourists and researchers. Keywords :Community Empowerment, Forest Conservation, Encroachment.
LANGUAGE TRANSFER IN LEARNER LANGUAGE Warsono, Warsono
EduLite: Journal of English Education, Literature and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2016): February 2016
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In using the foreign language they are learning, learners tend to use forms that deviate from the target language (TL) norms. The question that arises is whether these forms are the result of transfer or the result of some other causes; and if transfer does exist in learner language, whether it diminishes with the development of the learner TL achievement. This paper tries to find answers to these questions by (1) reviewing some related literature, and (2) looking at some data of learners’ written production of Indonesian learners of English. The data were collected from the writings of the fifth semester students of the English Department (group A, representing low level of L2 achievement), and the final projects written by the English Department students (group B, representing high level of L2 achievement). In this paper, all forms that deviate from the TL norms were called errors, irrespective of whether they were, in fact, mistakes or real errors. The learners’ errors were broadly classified into two classes: intralingual errors and interlingual errors, and it was the latter that became the focus of this study on the assumption that interlingual errorswere caused by L1 transfer. The results of data analysis showed that intralingual errors were slightly higher in group A than interlingual ones; but in group B interlingual errors formed the majority of errors made by the learners (75%). It can be concluded that L1 transfer does exist in the L2 of the Indonesian learners of English. The results also showed that L1 transfer does not diminish with the development of the L2 achievement. It is strongly suggested, therefore, that Indonesian English teachers anticipate the errors caused by L1 transfer and find ways to solve the problems.
PEMAHAMAN FILOSOFI, SEJARAH DAN IDEOLOGI KOPERASI l\lIEMPERKOKOH SERTA PEMPERKUAT KETAHANAN PENGELOLAAN KOPERASI SESUAI JATI DIRINYA Warsono, Warsono
JURNAL STIE SEMARANG Vol 3 No 1 (2011): VOLUME 3 NOMOR 1 EDISI FEBRUARI 2011
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MENINGKATKAN PROFESIONALISME PERBANKAN INDONESIA Warsono, warsono
Jurnal Bestari No 39 (2008)
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Sebagai jantung perekonimia, dunia perbankan berperan aktif terhadap jalannya roda ekonomi di suatu negara, termasuk Indonesia. Dengan jumlah sebanyak 130 kantor saat ini, peranan bank diharapkan dapat menjangkau seluruh wilayah Indonesia, dan dapat menjalankan fungsinya sebagai penggerak ekonomi dengan semstinya.
HEDGES IN CLASSROOM SPEECHES BY ENGLISH STUDENTS IN GRADUATE PROGRAM Yuliarti, Arina; Warsono, Warsono
English Education Journal Vol 6 No 1 (2016)
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Sometimes, students need to present learning materials in front of the class. In this classroom speech, they need to deliver their speech appropriately so that the information can be accepted well. Consequently, they often hedge their utterances. Therefore, this study was conducted to analyse the ways students use hedges in their classroom speeches. This study aimed at analysing the forms and functions of the hedges and the factors which might constrain the use of the hedges. The subjects were 15 students of graduate program majoring English Language Education in Semarang State University. Their classroom speeches were recorded as source of the data. Based on the findings, it could be identified that the students hedged their sentences during classroom speeches frequently. In average, students hedged around 58% of their entire sentences. Seven forms and four functions of hedges were used by students effectively and significantly. The students mainly hedged their sentences using approximator, introductory phrase, and modal-auxiliary verb forms. Plausibility and attributive shield functions were often used to soften their attitude toward the truth value of the information they presented. It could also be identified that there were five factors constraining the use of the hedges during their classroom speeches.
Developing Socio-Cultural Scaffolding Model to Elicit Learners’ Speech Production Englishtina, Inti; Saleh, Mursid; Warsono, Warsono; Rukmini, Dwi
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 4 No 1 (2016): June 2016
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This study is concerned with developing scaffolding model to elicit bilingual kindergarten children’s English speech production. It is aimed at describing what the teachers need in eliciting their students’ speech production; how a scaffolding model should be developed to elicit the children’s speech production; and how effective is the scaffolding model in eliciting the children’s speech production.The participants of the study are teachers and students of kindergarten at Mondial SchoolSemarang. Preliminary research was conducted to describe what the teachers need to elicit their students’ speech production. Referring to the need analysis, a scaffolding model was developed to elicit the children’s speech production. To explain the effectiveness of the model a try out was carried out on the model developed. Based on the result of the try out, a final model was developed.The findings of the preliminary research suggest that Mondial School kindergarten teachers need a scaffolding model to elicit their students’ speech production. Referring to the findings a scaffolding model based on speech functions was developed. To explain the effectiveness of the model the developed initial model was tried out. Based on the result of the try out the final scaffolding model was developed.This study concludes that kindergarten teachers of Mondial School need a scaffolding model to elicit their children’s English speech production. Based on the need analysis, a Socio-cultural Scaffolding Model was developed. Referring to the result of the try out steps it is reasonable to argue that this product of Scaffolding Model is effective in eliciting English speech production of kindergarten students of Mondial School.
Towards Teachers’ Communicative Competence Enhancement: A Study on School Preparation for Bilingual Programs Hartono, Heny; Saleh, Mursid; Warsono, Warsono; Anggani, Dwi
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 17, No 1: July 2017, Nationally Accredited
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This research is a preliminary study of an empirical research aimed to develop an English training model to enhance teachers’ communicative competence in bilingual schools. This preliminary study aims to give a description of the schools’ background and preparation to run bilingual programs, teachers’ background and experience in teaching using English, and the challenges related to communicative competence which are faced by teachers inside and outside the classrooms. This study was a qualitative study and the data were collected using semi-structured interview, open-ended questionnaire, and focus group discussion. This study involved 54 teachers and 5 school principals. The results of the study revealed that the schools under this study were under the category of additive bilingual education; the teachers in the bilingual programs were English and non-English Department graduates; and the challenges faced by the teachers were mostly related with their teaching experience and educational background. The findings of this study will be useful to recommend teacher trainings as a part of teachers’ professional development.
THE TYPES AND POWER RELATION OF DIRECTIVE SPEECH ACTS IN CLASSROOM INTERACTION Septianingsih, Trias; Warsono, Warsono
English Education Journal Vol 7 No 1 (2017)
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Directive speech actsrefer to utterances produced bya speaker who wants the hearer to do something. This study aims to analyze the directive speech acts performed by lecturers and students, types of directive speech acts favoured by lecturers and students, the ways of directive speech acts related to the lecturer’s power. This study used directive speech acts theory proposed by Searle and Vanderveken (1985) and the theory of power proposed by Fairclough (1989) to analyze the data. The subjects of this study are collected from the lecturers and students of undergraduate program majoring in English Education. The result of this study showed that the lecturers used five types of directive speech acts in their classroom interactionsuch as requesting, suggesting, commanding, advising, and asking question. However, the students did not use directive speech act of advice. The most favoured directive speech acts used by the lesturers and the students was asking a question. The students asked questions when they did not understand the lesson or need answer to certain question. Directive speech acts were related to the lecturers’ power. It can be seen from the use of direct types of request, advice, and command.
The Realization Of Interpersonal Meanings Of Conversation Texts In Developing English Competencies And Interlanguage For Grade X Khalim, Abdul; Warsono, Warsono
English Education Journal Vol 7 No 2 (2017)
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This research examined Interpersonal Meaning in conversation texts in grade x English textbooks “Developing English Competencies and Interlanguage. This study was a qualitative research employing a descriptive comparative method. The data were taken from the printed versions of an electronic English textbooks “Developing English Competencies” by Ahmda Dody et al 2008 and “Interlanguage” by Joko Priyono et al 2008. Four conversation texts of each English textbook were selected from the whole texts that have the same topics based on the basic competence of the school based curiculum. Thus, the total data were eight conversation texts. This research resulted several findings. The first finding is the realization and similarities and differences of interpersonal meaning in both texts consisting status, affect and contact and the appraisal system consisting affect, judgment and appreciatiation. There were similarities between conversation texts of two English textbooks. The similarities were found between texts A1 and B1, A2 and B2 and A3 and B3 their status was equal and their social distance was frequent contact and high affective involvement. Second, the differeences were found between A4 and B4. From the appraisal system of attitude (affect, judgment and appreciation), texts from textbook A and those from textbook B showed good attitudes, which can be proof by the fact that the conversation texts in both conversation textbooks mostly use positive clauses more than negative one in realizing the interpersonal meaning (tenor).
Co-Authors Abdul Ayiz Abdurrachman Faridi Abdurrahman Faridi Afifi, Ruhana Agnes Widyaningrum Agus Suyatna Ali Haidar Amperawaty, Anis Angwarmase, Edelina Antonio, Yeftanus Antonio, Yeftanus Ardy Prabasiwi, Evita arief yanto, arief Arina Yuliarti, Arina Ariswan Ariswan, Ariswan Ayu, Sri Kartika Aziz, Muhammad Faris Abdil BAMBANG SURATMAN Candrawati, Erlisa Candrawati, Erlisa Dashela, Tarina Denny Darmawan Dewi, Nuna Mustikawati Dian Kurniasari Djoko Sutopo Dwi Anggani Linggar Bharati, Dwi Dwi Anggani, Dwi Dwi Rukmini Eko Suyanto ERNY ROESMININGSIH Eryati Darwin F, Rizqi Amalia Fahmi, Faradisa Yuanita Faticha, Dewi Fauziah, Meli Febrianto, Nazala Wahyu Firtiati, Sri Wuli FX Sri Sadewo Hadi, Dholiful Haidar, Muhammad Ali Hambatara, Srisan Astria Harish, Ahmad Faisal Heny Hartono, Heny Heru Kuswanto Hi. Umar, Sutni Sari Iis Siti Aisyah Iman Permana, Iman Inti Englishtina, Inti Issy Yuliasri Jani Januar Januarius Mujiyanto, Januarius Khalim, Abdul Khayati, Iftitah Kiswondo, Sumiarjo Komarudin, M. Kristiani, Isti Kurnia, Rehning Lailatul Badriyah Maharani, Suri Maulana, Mas Dafri Maulana, Mas Dafri Miftakhul Ulum, Miftakhul Milwati, Susi Muchammad Budiono, Muchammad Muhammad Turhan Yani Murni Wahyanti, C. Mursid Saleh Mustofa Usman Nahak, Petrasia Amelia L. Nani Dharmasetiawani Natun, Rosalia Eurica Ngara, Norbertus B. Nong Yendi, Yohanes Oktobertus Nugroho Hari Purnomo Nurfitria, Aziza Ramadhani Pahlevi, Sekar Ranis Anggita Prambudi Rukmono Prasetyo, Wahyu Giri Prasuda, Rama R. Surya Damayanti, R. Surya R. Yosi Aprian Sari, R. Yosi Aprian Reda, Reda Rendi Rendi, Rendi Retno Apriliyanti, Retno Rudi Hartono Saefudin, Dery Purnama Savitri, Andini Syita Setiawan Budi Setiawan, Noferdis Setiawan, Noferdis Setyawan, F.X. Arinto Shabrina Shabrina, Shabrina Soetriono Soetriono Solihah, Yuni Awalaturrohmah Sri Mulatsih Sri Ratna Sulistiyanti Sugi Hartono, Sugi Surti, Surti Susan, Susandari Susi Susanah, Susi Sutriningsih, Ani Sutriningsih, Ani Swito Prastiwi, Swito Syarifah Syarifah, Syarifah Tavip Dwi Wahyuni, Tavip Dwi Trias Septianingsih, Trias Undang Rosidin Wamiliana Wamiliana Waspodo Tjipto Subroto, Waspodo Tjipto Widhiyanto, Widhiyanto Windahsari, Nur Wiyono, Joko Wuli Fitriati, Sri Yan Wirasti, Yan Yohannes Sardjono Yuli Ardianto, Yuli Yuliani, Widya Yuliwar, Roni Yuni, Dede