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INOVISH JOURNAL
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INOVISH JOURNAL: Journal of Language and Innovation and English Language Teaching is committed to exploring the broad areas of language, creativity and innovation using language as a medium of information and highlighting issues in ELT. Preference is given to articles of English language; articles of this kind will be especially welcome. However, there is no restriction to articles with specifically English content. The journal is published twice a year (June and December) presenting articles containing creativity and innovations using language in producing products , analyses, studies, application of theories, research report, material development, teaching and learning languages and reviews. Contributors are invited from both members of and non-members of the English Department of State Polytechnic of Bengkalis
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THE MAKING OF TENSES COMPILATION VIDEO USED BY ALL CHARACTERS IN “PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR” MOVIE TO LEARN GRAMMAR Veronika, Selvi; Gunawan, Muhammad Indra
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35314/inovish.v4i2.1158

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The aim of this study was to make tenses compilation using a video in a film entitled Penguins of Madagascar. The method used in this study was a descriptive research. This video was created by using Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 program. There were several steps in making this video, including: collecting the materials, recording the voice, converting the files and editing the video The result of this study was a video of tenses compilation with English subtitle for learning English. The duration of the video was about ten minutes 40 second starting from the beginning until closing. There were pictures, audio, video and some informations about Penguins of Madagascar. This product is hoped to help students in learning  grammar especially tenses in easy way and fun and would become one of interesting teaching materials for English teachers in teaching English
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35314/inovish.v4i2.1229

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IMPROVING STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION OF BUSINESS TEXT BY USING “TELLS” STRATEGY AT FIRST YEAR STUDENTS OF STATE POLYTECHNIC OF BENGKALIS Aswandi, Aswandi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35314/inovish.v4i2.1105

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Reading comprehension of business texts is necessary for students. However, many students, especially D3- Business Administration department of state polytechnic of Bengkalis faced dificulties in comprehending the business texts. Therefore, TELLS Strategy was proposed. TELLS strategy is a strategy which stands for Study the title; Examine for clues; Look for Important words; Look for hard words, and identify the setting. This article aimed at finding out to what extent the strategy to improve the students reading comprehension of business text and the factors that influence the changes. This classroom action research was conducted in two cycles. The result found that the students? score in reading comprehension of business texts test increased. The average score of students in cycle 1 was 64 and in cycle 2 was 70. Then, the factors that influence the improvement of students? reading comprehension of business texts were interesting teaching material, teacher?s role, and students? willingness to do all procedures of the strategy. In conclusion, the implementation of TELLS strategy could improve the students? reading comprehension of business texts majoring Business Administration improved both students? score in reading tests and their interest in reading activities.
THE EFFECT OF STANDARD MARINE COMMUNICATION PHRASES APPLICATION THROUGH ENGLISH FOR MARITIME ABILITY Sari, Diah Paramita; Aprizawati, Aprizawati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35314/inovish.v4i2.1088

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Abstract?This research was conducted to investigate the significant differences of SMCP Application through  English for Maritime ability students. By conducting quasi experimental research, the write tries to know whether SMCP Application is effective in helping maritime students in learning English for maritime. This research was quasi experimental research. The sample was taken by purposive sampling. There were 27 students from Nautical Study program and 26 students from Port and Management study program. The data of this research were the results of students? English test. After conducting pre-test and post-test, the average of gained score was 17.66. The students who taught by SMCP Application have higher score in post-test than pre-test. Since t-observed = 8.33 was higher than t-table = 1.645, it means that Ha was accepted. The result of this research was students who are taught by SMCP have better English ability than those who are taught by conventional teaching. In conclusion, SMCP can be used as a teaching technique in teaching English for Maritime.
REFLECTIVE TEACHING ON THE USING OF CONTEXTUAL TEACHING AND LEARNING NOTION: CASE IN SECONDARY SCHOOL Nasrullah, Nasrullah; Rosalina, Elsa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35314/inovish.v4i2.1104

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The success of teaching needs to consider what strategy should be used to identify an effective way for students to absorb the material. These could be the main priority in the teaching process done by teachers involving teaching English to review their failure in the past, which tend to emphasize the role of a teacher in teaching and learning process what so-called teacher-centered. In the next phase to provide alternative solution, there is a contextual teaching and learning as an approach which adopts various strategies and makes students have an opportunity to be more explorative and thoughtful to learn in class as well as put them as the actor in learning milieus as it is called as student-centered helps teacher to reflect the teaching process whilst connecting academic material to the learners? context in their daily lives in terms of personal and social contexts for promoting learning motivation.This was descriptive research that described to which extent of the implementation of contextual teaching and learning in the teaching and learning English in SMAN 1 Banjarmasin. There was one English teacher to be observed as a subject of research and involving 63 students in the process of English teaching in the classroom of the second and third grade of SMAN 1 Banjarmasin. To get the data, the researcher used observation and interview.The research found that the teacher employed several principles of contextual teaching and learning involving constructivism, questioning, inquiry, learning community, and authentic assessment in the classroom activities conducted by the observed teacher.Keywords: Contextual Teaching and Learning, Teaching Approach, Reflective Teaching
THE TRANSLATION OF METAPHORS IN “EYES OF A BLUE DOG” INTO “SEPASANG MATA ANJING BIRU” Sardani, Rizaldi; Indriani, Silvia
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35314/inovish.v4i2.1107

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This study aims at describing metaphors translated form English to Bahasa Indonesia in the short story entitled Sepasang Mata Anjing Biru that was translated from Eyes of a Blue Dog by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. It also aims at describing the translation strategies in translating the metaphors. This study applied descriptive qualitative research. The data of this study were all clauses that contained metaphors, and they were obtained from in the short story entitled Sepasang Mata Anjing Biru that was translated from Eyes of a Blue Dog. The data were collected by using observational method which was supported by note-taking techniques. The data analysis was conducted by using translational identity method, because English was used in this study. The results of analysis were presented by using an informal method. The results showed that in translating the metaphors, most of the metaphor in source language were translated into metaphors in target language, and only 1 metaphor were translated into simile.
EXPRESSIVE SPEECH ACT AS FOUND ON LA LA LAND MOVIE Royanti, Royanti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35314/inovish.v4i2.1162

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In analyzing utterances there are some branches of pragmatics that we can used, one of them is speech act. Speech act is language cover an action. Speech act divided into 3 levels; locutionary act, illocutionary act and perlocutionary act. This research tells about illocutionary act especially expressive act. Expressive act is what the speaker feels about state of affair in sincerity condition and the social relationship between speaker and the hearer in society is social function. Research questions of this study were: (1) what are the types of expressive speech acts as found on La La Land movie, (2) What are the social functions of expressive speech acts as found on Lala Land movie. The researcher used qualitative approach. The researcher was used Lala Land transcript as a media to collect the data. The data of this research are the utterances containing expressive speech act taken from the conversation between characters in the La la Land movie. The researcher used content analysis, the data are in the form of the script of Lala Land dialogue. In analyzing the data, the researcher used Searle (1976) and Norrick?s (1978) theories. The result of this showed that there are 35 utterances consist of expressive speech act. All of the types were appear except expressive act of condoling and classified into theirs social function.In analyzing utterances there are some branches of pragmatics that we can used, one of them is speech act. Speech act is language cover an action. Speech act divided into 3 levels; locutionary act, illocutionary act and perlocutionary act. This research tells about illocutionary act especially expressive act. Expressive act is what the speaker feels about state of affair in sincerity condition and the social relationship between speaker and the hearer in society is social function. Research questions of this study were: (1) what are the types of expressive speech acts as found on La La Land movie, (2) What are the social functions of expressive speech acts as found on Lala Land movie. The researcher used qualitative approach. The researcher was used Lala Land transcript as a media to collect the data. The data of this research are the utterances containing expressive speech act taken from the conversation between characters in the La la Land movie. The researcher used content analysis, the data are in the form of the script of Lala Land dialogue. In analyzing the data, the researcher used Searle (1976) and Norrick?s (1978) theories. The result of this showed that there are 35 utterances consist of expressive speech act. All of the types were appear except expressive act of condoling and classified into theirs social function.
GROUP DISCUSSION AND ICTS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH IN LARGE CLASSES Dewi, Puspita
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This study is concerned with Information Communication and Technologies (ICTs) and Group Discussion (GD) that become one of the most effective solutions to the problem. Universitas Bumigora has numerous students in one class in which each class consists of approximately 50-60 students. The aims of this study are to identify students? perspectives on GD and ICTs and to compare men's and women?s perspectives on GD and ICTs in large classes. This study was conducted in two big classes. The instrument in this research was a questionnaire. The questionnaire was used to get information about the students? responses to the application of FGD and ICTs in teaching and learning English and to identify the differences responses between man and women group. The data obtained were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. This study was conducted in two big classes. The instrument in this research was a questionnaire. The questionnaire was used to get information aboutthe students? responses to the application of FGD and ICTs in teaching and learning English. The data obtained were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. Based on the results, the students believed that group discussion and ICTs belong to ?very good? and ?good? with range score 3.11-3.44.
DESIGNING ALVO GAME FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Fatmawati, Nyani; Zahraa, Safra Apriani; Ahmad, Abdul Malik
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35314/inovish.v4i2.1119

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In learning English, there are several skills that should be learned by students such as listening, speaking, reading and writing. The students are expected to be able to master all language skills of English to communicate. In order to communicate there are components that the students must be able to acquire. Vocabulary is important to learn by students. One of ways to learn vocabulary is through a game. An Alvo Game was adapted from Game Guess Image and Scrabble game. The purpose of this study is to make Alvo Game to for elementary school students. The result of this study was a set of Alvo Game consists of plywood in which that there are twenty-nine double of alphabet and thirty pictures. The evaluation showed that it was suitable for elementary school students. By using this game, the students can learn vocabulary in a more interesting and attractive way.
DEVELOPING A GUIDELINE OF ENGLISH TEACHING MATERIALS BASED ON LOCAL CULTURE FOR VII GRADERS IN PASER REGENCY EAST KALIMANTAN Fitriani, Yustina
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35314/inovish.v4i2.1097

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Abstract : The aims of this study are: to identify the needs of English teaching materials based on local culture for VII graders of junior high school and to develop an appropriate guideline of English teaching materials based on local culture for VII graders of junior high school.  This study adopted the design of research and development proposed by Dick, Carey & Carey (2009). The first draft of the guideline was validated by experts and evaluated by English teachers through Focus Group Discussion. The students? responses also were needed to know their agreements toward the English materials based on local culture. The responses of the English teachers show the mean value ranging from 2.91 to 3.82, while the mean value of the students was ranging 2.94 to 3.62. It means both of mean value results categorized into ?good? and ?very good? based on interval range 2.52 to ? 3.28. It can be concluded that the English teachers agree with the developed guideline and the students agree with the English materials based on local culture. Keywords: needs analysis, developing a guideline of English teaching materials, local culture