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AN ERROR ANALYSIS OF NARRATIVE TEXT WRITTEN BY STUDENTS OF ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Deni, Deni; Kristanto, TMA.
JELLT (Journal of English Language and Language Teaching) Vol 1, No 1 (2017): Journal of English Language and Language Teaching (JELLT)
Publisher : Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa

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Therefore, the objectives of the article are:(1) to describe the kinds of errors made by the third semester students of the English Language Education Study Program in writing narrative text and (2) to find out the sources of the errors made by the third semester students of The English Language Education Study Program in writing narrative text. This article is classified into discourse analysis. To analyze the data, the researchers used Dulay et al?s theory namely surface strategy taxonomy, communicative effect taxonomy and Brown? theory namely interlingual transfer and intralingual transfer. The data were sentences on narrative texs containing errors taken from weekly journal of the third semester students  of the English Language Education Study Program of Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa University in academic year 2015/2016. There were 152 data containing omission, 98 data containing addition, 432 data containing misformation, and 17 data containing misordering. Meanwhile, the sources of error that the researchers found are 16 errors caused by  interlingual transfer and 276 caused by intralingual transfer.
AN ANALYSIS OF CODE SWITCHING USED BY THE LECTURER OF INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH GRAMMAR CLASS IN UNIVERSITAS SARJANAWIYATA TAMANSISWA Andari, Sifa Rizki; Kristanto, TMA.
JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LANGUAGE TEACHING (JELLT) Vol 3, No 2 (2019): Journal of English Language and Language Teaching (JELLT)
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This research investigates code switching used by the lecturer of Intermediate English Grammar. The objectives of this study were to (1) describe the types of code-switching used by the lecturer of Intermediate English Grammar in Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa, (2) describe the functions of code switching used by the lecturer, and (3) find out the most dominant type of code switching used by the lecturer. The theories proposed by Poplack and Mattson and Burenhult about types of code switching and functions of code switching were employed to analyze the data collected from the lecturer?s utterances. This research was a qualitative descriptive and the analysis was conducted by using coding table to categorize the types and functions of code switching. The findings showed that the lecturer used tag code switching (7%), inter-sentential code switching (55%), intra-sentential (38%). Then, the functions used by lecturer were: topic switch (54%), affective function (33%), and repetitive function (13%). Therefore, the most dominant type that is found is inter-sentential code switching (55%). The most dominant function used by the lecturer was topic switch. It can be summarized the lecturer used code switching to dissociate the lecturer?s utterances, so the students could receive the learning materials without having any misinterpretation.
THE USE OF VIDEO AS A MEDIA TO IMPROVE THE SPEAKING SKILL OF THE ELEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Subrata, Pijar Ganda; Kristanto, TMA.
JELLT (Journal of English Language and Language Teaching) Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Journal of English Language and Language Teaching (JELLT)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v3i1.4485

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The research focused on teaching speaking using audio visual media. The objectives of the study are how to implement audio visual media to improve students? speaking skill and to describe the effectiveness of using audio visual media in the teaching of speaking. This study used a classroom action research design. The researcher and the collaborator worked together in designing the lesson plan, setting the criteria of success, implementing the action, observing the action, and having reflection. The subjects of this study were twenty eight students of the eleventh grade students of SMA N 1 Ngaglik, Sleman in academic year 2017/2018. This study was conducted in two cycles by following the procedures of the action research i.e. planning, implementing, observing, and reflecting. The activities of each cycle were Pre-speaking activities, While-speaking Activities, and Post-speaking activities. The result of the study showed that the use of audio visual media were able to improve the students' speaking skills. The percentage of the students achieving the score above predetermined minimum passing grade (KKM) had improved from 7.15% (2 of 28 students) in the preliminary study to 64.2% (18 of 28 students) in Cycle 1, and to 96.4% (27 28 students) in Cycle 2. Besides, the mean scores of each aspect of fluency, grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, confidence were also increased.