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DIFFERENT INTERPRETATION OF PRONOUN ‘AWAQ’ IN SEBRANG DIALECT OF JAMBI MALAY Hustarna, Hustarna; Lukman, Lukman
Jurnal Ilmiah Universitas Batanghari Jambi Vol 14, No 1 (2014): Februari
Publisher : Jurnal Ilmiah Universitas Batanghari Jambi

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Tulisan  ini  membahas  mengenai  salah  satu  kata ganti yang  ada dalam  dialek  Sebrang  pada  bahasa  Melayu Jambi.  Kata ganti tersebut adalah  kata ‘awaq’. Kata  ganti ‘awaq’ bisa  berarti  saya dan engkau. Meskipun  memiliki  interpretasi ganda, dalam  sebuah  percakapan umumnya para pembicara tetap bisa  memahami untuk siapa  kata ‘awaq’ tersebut ditujukan. Dalam  tulisan ini akan dipaparkan situasi-situasi yang bisa  menyebabkan orang tetap bisa memahami untuk siapa kata ‘awaq’ ditujukan. Analisis dilakukan dengan menggunakan teori optimal sintaks.Kata kunci : perbedaan, interprestasi, dialek
CLOSING STRATEGIES CONVEYED BY THE ENGLISH TEACHERS Rachmawati, Rachmawati; Fitri, Nurul; Hustarna, Hustarna
International Conference on Languages and Arts Proceeding of the 3rd ISLA 2014
Publisher : Fakultas Bahasa dan Seni Universitas Negeri Padang

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The present research is inevitable at revealing the types of closing strategies and the reasons of realizing those closing strategies by the teachers at one of private English courses in the Jambi City. Two English teachers engage in the research who coach students at the advanced and conversation classes. The data of the research are utterances produced by the research subjects (teachers) all through the classroom interactions. The utterances are assembled by means of a tape recorder and a pen-cam as the supporting instrument. Every single word is recorded by these two instruments (a tape recorder and a pen cam) conversely not all of the utterances are regarded as the data (data reduction process). Besides the two instruments mentioned, note-taking is too utilized in an attempt to get rid of bias of the research. The results of this research highlights nine genuses of closing strategies uttered by the research subjects, namely positive comment (31 occurrences), excuse (12 occurrences), imperative to end (27 occurrences), blame (5 occurrences), goal (40 occurrences), summary (70 occurrences), an expression of thanks for the conversation (15 occurrences), plan (16 occurrences), and general wish (5 occurrences). Briefly, the cultural issue entirely have a consequence on the closing strategies realized by the research subjects.   Keywords: closing utterances, politeness, strategies
Developing A Teaching Material Prototype for Linguistics Description of English Course Hustarna, Hustarna ; Melati, Melati
International Journal of Language Teaching and Education Vol 3 No 1 (2019): Volume 3, Nomor 1, Juli 2019
Publisher : Universitas Jambi, Magister Program of English Education Department

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Linguistics Description of English is a new subject in the curriculum of English Education Study Program in the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education in Jambi University. Hence, the material for this subject is not yet available. Therefore, this research aims at developing a prototype of teaching materials for Linguistics Description of English course. By designing the prototype of teaching materials for this course, the researchers expected that lecturers who will teach this subject will not find difficulties in teaching this course. Besides, the use of materials which have been designed based on students’ need and linguistic lecturers’ discussion is anticipated to be able to encourage students to be more active in teaching and learning process. Thus, the choice of the topics is suited to the characteristics of the students and drew from the result of the need analysis questionnaire and forum group discussion (FGD) with the lecturers. This research utilized research and development design, based on the theory developed by Borg and Gall (1983). The result of the research is the prototype of the teaching materials for Linguistics Description of English course.
NEED ANALYSIS STAGE IN RECONSTRUCTING SYLLABUS AND DEVELOPING TEACHING MATERIALS FOR ORACY IN ACADEMIC CONTEXT SUBJECT Wulandari, Bunga Ayu; Hustarna, Hustarna
International Journal of Language Education Vol. 4, No. 1, 2020
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

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The focus of this current article is on the needs analysis phase in a project exploring the reconstruction of a syllabus and developing teaching materials for Oracy in Academic Context subject. The subject has only been recently incorporated in the curriculum of the English Department in Teacher Training and Education Faculty (FKIP), at Universitas Jambi in Indonesia. Therefore, the syllabus has not fully reviewed since it was created. This current paper describes the need analysis stage as one of the research and development (R & D) phases which consists of analysis, design, development, and evaluation (ADDIE) model in developing the syllabus for this subject. Adapting Nation and Macalister?s framework (2010), this stage considers the lecturers?, the head of the English department?s, and the students? point of views. The data from the needs analysis phase point to the importance of this stage in redesigning the syllabus and developing teaching materials. Using the data from the all four sources, the researchers in this current research, as syllabus and materials developers can begin to identify the most important aspects to be included in the syllabus and the materials to be included.