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Script Journal: Journal of Linguistic and English Teaching published by the Department of English Language Education. The Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Widya Gama Mahakam Samarinda University, which is published twice a year in April and October. The Journal ISSN Number for printed version is 2477-1880 and 2502-6623 for Online ISSN, it contains articles of research or study of literature in the field of Teaching and Learning, English Language Teaching, Language and Linguistics, and English Literature. Articles are written in English
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Cross Cultural Rhetoric Awareness of Undergraduate Thesis Introduction Section Written by Acehnese EFL Students Usman, Bustami; Rizkanisa, Novalia; Samad, Iskandar Abdul; Muslem, Asnawi
Script Journal: Journal of Linguistic and English Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2018): April
Publisher : Teacher Training and Education Faculty, Widya Gama Mahakam Samarinda University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24903/sj.v3i1.138

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Abstract: This study investigated cross cultural rhetoric awareness of introduction section by Acehnese EFL students. This study aimed at describing the rhetorical pattern and determine the cross cultural rhetoric awareness by looking at the rhetorical pattern in Introduction section. A qualitative method and content analysis were used in this study which analyzed the Introduction section. The data of this research was English undergraduate thesis written by ten Acehnese students as the documentation was applied as the instrument. The data were collected from two Islamic institutes in Aceh. The research was conducted by using documentation analysis. The result of the analysis demonstrated that the English writings by Acehnese students maintained the inductive style and the idea of the paragraph is circular. However, the use of markers is enough to be considered. The conclusion led to the rhetorical pattern of the Acehnese students which is in oriented style. Indeed, the implication of the finding showed that the students’ cross cultural rhetoric awareness toward English writing convention, especially in academic writing, is low
Vocabulary Mastery by Using Storytelling Bhakti, Sektalonir Oscarini; Marwanto, marwanto Marwanto
Script Journal: Journal of Linguistic and English Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2018): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24903/sj.v3i1.146

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Abstract:  This research investigated 80 students of Diploma III Architecture of Samarinda State Polytechnic to see their vocabularies mastery trough storytelling. Telling the stories is one of the best way to find out the students English Mastery. Some obstacles are also found in learning English trough performing storytelling in the class such as the suitable material and text for the students, the lack of ability of the students and the teacher in conducting story as well as the readiness and the nervousness of the storytellers. As an English lecturer, the researcher also finds that how to improve vocabularies is one of the students problems in learning English.  It is proved when the students are asked to tell a story in front of the class. In this research, the students needed telling stories before they had the English vocabulary test.  From the test, it could be concluded that the highest score was 92 got by one (1) student while the lowest score was 46 got by one (1) student.  Meanwhile, the average score was 78 that classified fair (B).  There were two (2) students who got below 50 that classified Fail. The results show that even the students English mastery were satisfied but the students still need to practice how to tell the story in a good way so that they will master in all aspects.Keywords: Samarinda State Polytechnic, Students Mastery, Storytelling
The Use of Cooperative Learning Through Tai (Team Assisted Individualization) In Reading Comprehension Nuroh, Ermawati Zulikhatin; Mandarani, Vidya
Script Journal: Journal of Linguistic and English Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2018): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24903/sj.v3i1.148

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Cooperative Learning is a teaching arrangement that refers to small, heterogeneous groups of students working together to achieve a common goal (Kagan, 1994). This research is done to know the response of students used cooperative learning in reading comprehension. The data of this study analyzed qualitatively without applying statistical calculations. The subject of the study were the students of the first semester in Midwifery faculty of Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo . There researcher used one class which consist 29 students. The students gave the positive responses and dominantly agreed to the implementation of cooperative learning type Team Assisted Individualization (TAI) in reading comprehension. From the questionnaire, the researcher concludes that are 40% students are agreed, 50% students strongly agree, and 10% less agree  with cooperative learning type Team Assisted Individualization (TAI) in reading comprehension. The conclusion is students respond well to cooperative learning model type Team Assisted Individualization (TAI) to improve students reading comprehension. This cooperative learning type Team Assisted Individualization (TAI) can be the one of the model to teach reading comprehension.
Second language writing instruction: A recent practice in Indonesia Hapsari, Elsa Widya; Sukavatee, P.hD., Pornpimol
Script Journal: Journal of Linguistic and English Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2018): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24903/sj.v3i1.154

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Today, a majority of people appear to agree that with the rapid development of English, writing skills cannot be isolated as a standout amongst the most critical skills ((Ali & Hasanah, 2014; Asrifan, 2015). Mustafa and Samad (2015, p. 32) identified two roles of writing for English learners. To start with, it promotes the learners’ thinking skills, manages their ideas, and enhances their ability in concluding, analyzing and criticizing. Also, it encourages learning, thinking and reflecting on their ability in English. Besides, H Douglas Brown (2007) emphasized that writing is an ability that cannot be produced naturally. Writing is often viewed as a result of the thinking, drafting and revising process that requires particular skills.
Stakeholder Perspective toward English Language Teaching in Pesantren Fakhruddin, M. Zuhri; Megawati, Fika
Script Journal: Journal of Linguistic and English Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2018): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24903/sj.v3i1.200

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In the teaching and learning activity, condusivity and effectivity are determined by various factors, such teacher and students’ behavior, teaching instrument, methodology and material structure. Each stakeholder may have different perspective upon these various aspects and –perhaps- will significantly influence their behavior toward the activity of teaching and learning. In a premise that a positive behavior and constructive collaboration is built on a linier perspective among stakeholders, this small scale research intends to investigate stakeholders’ perspective upon English Language Teaching in Pesantren Bilingual Al Amanah, Junwangi, Krian. Through a direct structured interview with stakeholders (teacher, head of language enforcement, and some representative students), researcher collects the data to be analyzed, interpreted and presented in an analytical descriptive report. The finding will be significant toward the foundation of stakeholders’ harmonization, enhancement of teaching method, development of English Language Teaching program in Pesantren as well as a milestone of further research and innovation.
Variety Of Second Singular Pronouns In Serawai Language Nopriansah, Nopriansah
Script Journal: Journal of Linguistic and English Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2018): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24903/sj.v3i1.139

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NopriansahUniversity of Dehasen Bengkulunopriansahad@gmail.com   Abstract: This study focuses on the use of various second singular pronouns in Serawai language spoken in the village of Maras, the District of Seluma, Bengkulu Province, Indonesia. It aimed to provide a complete and valid description of the form, meaning, and context of various second singular pronouns in the language. The data were collected by using observational methods. The techniques applied in collecting the data were interview, reading some supporting literatures, recording the language production, and taking field notes. In analyzing the collected data, the researcher used the referential identity and distributional methods. While dividing the key factors, equalizing, differentiating, equalizing the main points, segmenting immediate constituents, substituting, and deleting are techniques applied in analyzing the data. By analyzing the forms, meanings, and functions of the objects, it was concluded that the two lexicons found were a variety of second singular pronouns in Serawai language. Whereas, the selection of using one of the variations was closely related to the social context of the speaker and the speech partner. The result of this study is expected to be useful for the development of linguistics.Keywords: form, meaning, variety, second singular pronouns, serawai language

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