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ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture
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ISLLAC Journal is an international journal that publishes the best works of intensive research and conceptual studies on language, literature, art, and culture. The first publication of the journal in 2017, in conjunction with international seminars of language, literature, art, and culture. The international seminar was held in joint partnership between Department of Indonesian Literature, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang with Walailak University, Thailand.
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ROLES AND FUNCTION OF MAANYANESE DAYAK’S BALIAN SONGS IN 4.0 INDUSTRIAL ERA Noortyani, Rusma; Maryaeni, Maryaeni
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
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This research is based on the urgent need to safeguard the continuation of local cultureswhen faced to any foreign culture?s existence which can easily turn invasive in the midst of 4.0 industrial era and modernization. The balian songs have their own roles and functions that can be recorded as digital-archieve as one of concrete ways to safeguard local cultures in this 4.0 industrial era. The balian welcoming song is sung as both the expression of joy and honor to all the guests attending and walking down the aisle to the bridegrooms. Its common functions are, among others: 1) opening the wedding ceremony while parading the groom to the bride?s house; 2) guarding or protecting the groom from various potential misfortunes and or dangers coming from outsider parties; and 3) showing that the groom belongs to higher, or mid to upper, social and economic classes. The balian song of advice is sung to accompany the groom walking down the aisle. The role is to help the groom steeling his heart and thus readying him to make any lovesake?s sacrifice for his future wife. The advice song functions, among other: 1) to open the pantun (local couplets equivalent to those of traditional English) to intentionally put off the upcoming groom, for such delay is deemed necessary to show the couple?s readiness to make common sacrifice in their later household and 2) to better prepare the future husband?s perseverance to overcome any oncoming difficulties. Thus, the digital recording and archieving of balian songs require both the government and society?s utmost cares and immediate acts as that digitalization of cultural assets can help protecting various Maanyanese Dayak?s cultural heritage, especially the balian songs, to all future generations.
IMAGINATION MODEL FOR LEARNING WRITING POETRY Ariani, Dewi
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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The aims of this study are (1) to develop the initial product design, (2) describe the results of expert validation and practitioner as well as field try-out,  (3) develop a product based on feed- back and suggestions from the experts,  and (4) describe the revised imaginations  model profile. This study uses a research-and-development model  proposed by Borg and Gall. The data were collected through interview guide and questionnaire. The results showed that the imagination model that is developed in the form of teacher guide book is suitable to be implemented for poetry writing teaching and learning process.
ONLINE GAME AS A MEDIA TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL Darihastining, Susi; Sholihah, Imro?atus; Putri, Faiza Nur Amalia; Hidayah, Angga Wahyu
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College students are demanded to master a good speaking skills. This paper aims at analysing online game as a media of communicating and learning channel of students? speaking skill. The research questions (1) Why do online game use as media in students? speaking skill? (2) How the implementation of online game as media in students? speaking skill. It took students from batch 2018 as the subject. This research analyzed speaking skill factors (internal and external factors), the benefit of online game on students? speaking skills, the aspects of speaking skills which consist of language aspect (articualtion, intonation, stress, and diction) and non-langauge aspect (variation, fluency, suiatbility, expression, and attitude). It employed questionnaires, observation, and in-depth interview to collect the data. The results of this research shows (1) the factor of students? speaking skill (internal and external factors)  (2) the aspects of speaking skills which consist of language aspect (articualtion, intonation, stress, and diction) and non-langauge aspect (variation, fluency, suiatbility, expression, and attitude).
THE CONSTRUCTION OF CULTURAL EDUCATION IN TETRALOGY OF LASKAR PELANGI NOVEL Suaedi, Hasan; Santoso, Anang; Siswanto, Wahyudi; Pratiwi, Yuni
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
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A culture needs to be constructed to the members of the community with the aim to inherit a culture, instilling cultural values, and forming good behavior. In order to reveal the construction of cultural education in tetralogy of Laskar Pelangi novel, then a critical discourse analysis study is used. The construction of cultural education in tetralogy of Laskar Pelangi novel was constructed by three figures, namely the knowledgeable, religious, and government figures. In addition, the method of constructing cultural education in tetralogy of Laskar Pelangi novel uses three methods; they are beliefs, customs, and arts.
DOCUMENTATION OF SANTRI’S ORAL CULTURAL OBJECTS IN PASURUAN CITY AS A PHILOLOGY LECTURE PROJECT Rokhmawan, Tristan; Wilandari, Badriyah; Maulana, M.Z. Arif Sungsang
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Pasuruan City has a lot of local wisdom in the form of folklore. This is evidenced by the results of the project for documenting various folklore, which is briefly presented in this article. Various types of folklore were collected by the author, together with the research team and folklore documentation of the elements of the Indonesian Language Study Program student STKIP PGRI Pasuruan, consisting of 170 folklore. The collected folklores are verbal and half oral. The documented folklor are then classified in 10 different themes including: 1) Legend of Islamic Figures, 2) Legend of Village Origins, 3) Mystery Stories in Pesantren Life, 4) Myths related to Animals, 5) Material-related Myths as Intermediaries of Prayer, 6) Myths related to Objects in Funeral Rituals, 7) Praise Poems Chanted by the Santri Community, 8) Practices in Ritual Recitation, and 9) Habitual Practices in Santri Life in Islamic Boarding Schools. These forms of folklore at the same time show the form of traditional orality in the lives of Muslim communities in Pasuruan City. The folklore research that develops in a community has several benefits such as: (1) preserving the culture of community orality, (2) increasing public awareness of the preservation of the culture of orality, (3) raising the descriptive framework of oral culture and culture in general which is owned by a community , (4) revitalizing the cultural functions of orality that have been developed in a society, (5) providing research material for academics in language and culture, and (6) iconic support for the city branding of Pasuruan City.
LITERATION CULTURE OF STUDENT LITERATURE IN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0 Pambudianto, Ekol
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
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literacy culture plays an important role in the development of a learning society that lives in the global era or is called the current century of creative-innovative knowledge. The history of human civilization proves that a great nation whose people have a high literacy culture. Literacy culture is hampered by the not yet forming mentality of students' reading and writing culture. Literacy culture must be instilled early in students to ingrained for the sake of achieving a superior generation, quality, and have a strong mind and character to face global challenges. Global developments in various scientific disciplines that are felt now certainly must be recognized by all parties, especially in the school environment. The school environment must make literacy culture the first and foremost door to build the progress of human civilization, society, and the Indonesian people. The mastery of literacy culture for these civilizations is important and should receive serious attention to make their lives more developed/modern, meaningful, and advanced both personally, socially, spiritually, and culturally. One of the ways to achieve and make students mentality is literacy culture is through literature. Literature becomes a creative work that has a distinctive or unique style in the use of its language. Literary creative works record a variety of phenomena in the social life of both real and fictitious ones that instill educational values. Through these various advantages, literary works must be used as an effective stimulus to foster a culture of student literacy. Therefore, literature must be used as the basis for the first and foremost doorstep for the achievement of a superior generation of cultural literacy mentality.
DEVELOPING PARTICIPATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE LEARNING MODEL OF SCIENTIFIC WRITING SKILL AS A WAY OF PROMOTING STUDENTS’ SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Supriyadi, Supriyadi; Muslimin, Muslimin
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The purpose of this research is to develop a learning model of participative and collaborative scientific writing skill to promote students? social and emotional intelligence. This research is also intended to produce skilled graduates in terms of scientific writing and to enable the graduates to possess social and emotional intelligence. This is developmental research. In order to achieve research objectives, a developmental model of A Recursive Reflective Design and Development Model (R2D2) and Research Development Research (RDR) are used. The data consist of qualitative data and quantitative data. The technique used to analyze the data involved domain analysis techniques to analyze the qualitative data, and statistical analysis techniques for the  quantitative data. The result of this developmental research is a participative and collaborative learning model of scientific writing to develop students' social and emotional intelligence. This research also has delivered a distinctive developmental product compared to a conventional learning model, including concept orientation, concept exploration, concept interpretation, concept application, and evaluation. In addition, a participative and collaborative learning model of scientific writing skills should be developed continuously and be promoted to students who are interested in scientific writing, as it can be used to develop students' social and emotional intelligence. On the other hand, lecturers can utilize this product to improve the quality of the learning process, the results of learning scientific writing and developing students' social and emotional intelligence in which this model can be employed as an alternative model to enrich the learning process.
SCRUTINIZING PICTURES, ESSENTIALIZING ECOLOGICAL CARE: ANALYSIS OF ECOLOGICAL LINGUISTIC LANDSCAPE ON ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION POSTERS IN SCHOOLS Setiawati, Eti; Sukmawan, Sony; Ardian, Dany; Setiawan, Fredy Nugroho; Purwaningrum, Elisabeth Worobroto
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 4, No 1 (2020)
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Ecologically oriented poster texts contain ecological information and messages. These texts can be categorized as ecocritical text. Environmental (care) posters, in particular, can be found in schools. This is due to regulatory reasons, school reputation, and school initiative. Environmental posters are potential media for character education which concerns with environmental care. In order to find the socio-ecological meaning of the poster texts in internal public spaces (schools) and use them as a stepping stone to strengthen the nation?s character, an integrated linguistic landscape and ecocriticism approach is used. The results show ecocritical posters in schools visually depict ideal places and harmonious conditions. In terms of ideas, the ecocritical posters have presented natural environment (non-human) as an existence that determines the survival of humans; therefore, humans and non-humans interests are legitimate respectively. Furthermore, the existing condition of the environment is communicated through a symbolic vision of damage and destruction.
ATTITUDE OF QUEEN ZALEHA THE WOMAN WARRIOR OF SOUTH KALIMANTAN Kamariah, Kamariah; Harpriyanti, Haswinda
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
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This study aims to describe Queen Zaleha attitude during his life when facing the war of independence. The research method uses qualitative methods with descriptive research specifications, the research object of the life story of Queen Zaleha. The data collection techniques used are notes, interviews, and documentation. Techniques analysis use the semiotic model of Roland Barthes. The results showed that Queen Zaleha's stance was: a) conscious, b) clever, c) brave, d) fighting spirit, e) confident.
EFL STUDENT’S APOLOGY WHEN COMING LATE TO THE CLASSROOM Najihah, Finda Muftihatun
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This research investigates the apology?s utterances performed by EFL students when they are coming late to the classroom. The politeness theory of Lakoff and the elements of Apology proposed by Smith are used as the basis for approaching this topic. This research is conducted to deeply describe (1) the kinds of elements of apology found in students? utterance of apology and (2) how the elements of apology represent the politeness principles. It utilizes descriptive qualitative research since it is conducted to obtain a deep and detailed analysis of the object, which is in the form of utterances and words. The data is taken from the students of Faculty of Humanities majoring in English Language and Letters Department in Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University, Malang. The results demonstrate that there are at least 3 elements found and maximumly 6 elements involved. Students generally realize that what they are doing suffered other party but the utterances do not fully mean apologizing even some indicate good apology. Further, it enables to conclude that modesty maxim of politeness principle is the dominant maxim found in this study. The politeness principle is well represented by the elements of apology found in the students? utterances.

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