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Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture
ISSN : 23019913     EISSN : 25979132     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
Globish journal published twice a year by English Education Study Program, Faculty of Teachers Training and Education Muhammadiyah University of Tangerang present articles on English Language, Education, Teaching Skill, Linguistic, Literature, Teaching Issues and related research report.
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IMPROVING THE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL THROUGH SNAKES AND LADDERS (SL) ON SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS OF ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM AT STAIN BENGKALIS Fitria, Rini; Ervina, Ervina
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 9, No 1 (2020): Globish (An English-Indonesian journal for English, Education and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v9i1.2359

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The aim of the research was to describe the learning atmosphere during the implementation of ?Snakes and Ladders? in teaching Speaking. Besides, the research was also designed to know how the improvement of the students? Speaking skill during the implementation of ?Snakes and Ladders?. This research was a classroom action research. The participants of this research were 27 second semester students of English Study Program at STAIN Bengkalis. This research was conducted in two cycles by following the procedure of action research, i.e. planning, implementing, observing, and reflecting. In collecting the data, the researcher used observation, questionnaire, and test. The lecturer was the researcher assisted by collaborator as observer. The questionnaire was given to the students before and after the implementation of ?Snakes and Ladders?. The tests were in the form of pre-test, post-test 1 and post-test 2. The data were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. The qualitative data were analyzed using Interactive Model of Data Analysis as propounded by Matthew M. Miles and A.M. Huberman. The results of the research showed that the learning atmosphere also improved. The class became more active and confident. Furthermore, ?Snakes and Ladders? was able to improve the students? Speaking Skill. It was proven by the increase of the students? mean score from 41.16 in pre-test to 46.21 in cycle 1, and 48.98 in cycle 2, although the results of the research were just a little bit improvement. It could be concluded that the use of ?Snakes and Ladders? has proven to be an effective way in teaching-learning of Speaking Skill on Second Semester of English Study Program at STAIN Bengkalis.
THE STUDENT’S LEARNING STYLE AND THEIR WRITING SKILL AT SMK TIARA AKSARA Sari, Eka; Imaniah, Ikhfi; Hanim, Immtihan
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 9, No 1 (2020): Globish (An English-Indonesian journal for English, Education and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v9i1.1052

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Writing is an activity that not only need physical act but also mental act. Students can put their statements, idea and opinion in composing writing. Moreover, students learn with visually, auditory and kinesthetic. Students with multi learning style usually better in learning and understand lessons, particularly in writing. Due to the statement, this study is aimed to find out the correlation between students? learning style and their writing skill. This study use survey quantitative method and analyze the data by using statitisctical hypotheses. Based on the data analysis, it was found that student?s learning style was not normally distributed, whereas the data of writing test was normally distributed. Therefore, the researchers used non-parametric statistics to analyze the hypotheses. Kendall Tau calculation was used and obtained that Zcount ((0,35) <  Ztable (1,96) with significant 0,05. Thus, H0 is accepted and Hi is rejected. It means that there is no correlation between students? learning style and their writing skill. In this case, learning style were not dominat factors affected writing skill.
THE INFLUENCE OF GUIDED WRITING MATERIALS TOWARD STUDENTS’ WRITING ABILITY OF THE FIFTH SEMESTER STUDENTS AT ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM FKIP UR Salwa, Salwa
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 9, No 1 (2020): Globish (An English-Indonesian journal for English, Education and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v9i1.2360

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This study investigated the influence of guided writing materials in students? writing ability at English Study Program FKIP UR in which forty students that simple randomly selected at English Study Program FKIP UR. The instruments used were questionnaire and writing test. Based on the research findings, the responses of questionnaire were coded into interval score by using Likert Scale which showing the students? ability and their opinion in guided writing that consisted of fifteen statements based on six indicators in the form of frequency. On the other side, writing test administered in term of finding the students? writing ability. It was a writing outlining with fifteen listed in the form of brief statements. Before the research revealed, the tried out had been applied in assessing the validation of the instrument by using Pearson Product Moment correlation formula indicated that items were valid. Reliability calculation were performed in Cronbach?s Alpha denoted that the instrument was reliable. The instrument can be stated reliable when if it has Cronbach Coefficient is higher than 0.60. based on research findingsm it can be concluded that: first, the students? writing by using guided writing was categorized into good category 56.2, second, the mean score of students? writing test is 50.68, it can be stated that students? writing ability is categorized into good category. While Fcount is 27.78 and Ftable  is 4.25. Based on its criteria, H0 is accepted if Ftable < Fcount and Ha is accepted if Fcount > Ftable. After it compared (27.78 > 4.25), it showed that H0 is rejected. It can be concluded that there was significant influence of guided writing in students? writing ability.
An Analysis Of The Tenth Grade Students’ Difficulties on Elliptical Constructions At MAN 1 Kota Tangerang Selatan ASTUTI, NITA; Imaniah, Ikhfi
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 8, No 1 (2019): An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v7i2.1049

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An analysis of the tenth grade students’ difficulties on elliptical construction at MAN 1 Kota Tangerang Selatan become an issue in this study. The writers choose the 15 students randomly for sample. The method of the research is qualitative descriptive analysis where the data obtained from test, observation, and an interview. The primary data of the study is test about elliptical constructions. The test consists of 10 items in essay form of using so, too, either and neither in the sentences. The finding shows there are three difficulties of using elliptical constructions, namely 1) elliptical connector is 21 mistakes, 2) auxiliary is15 mistakes, and 3) omission the auxiliary is 12 mistakes. It can be concluded that the tenth grade students of science 2 are difficult in using elliptical construction. It is because they are still confuse to determine the using of so, too, either and neither in the sentences. The most factors that affect students’ difficulties are problems of meaning, form and form-meaning mapping.
AN ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS WRITING SKILL IN PARAGRAPH WRITING Rohim, Abdul
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 8, No 1 (2019): An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v7i2.1126

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Paragraph writing can be very simple and complicated in the same time, because writing takes time and needs skills. Dealing with that statement a descriptive research is conducted in Muhammadiyah University of Tangerang. The objective of this research is to analyze students’ skill in their paragraph writing. After analyzing the data quantitatively and qualitatively, it is found that the students’ skill in their paragraph writing is 15,13Key words: Writing, Paragraph writing
DENOTATION AND CONNOTATION ON ‘PATHETIC FAIRY TALE BY SAPTARASA Sutikno, Eka Ugi
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 8, No 1 (2019): An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v7i2.1129

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Lyrics of songs are almost similar to poetry, which distinguishes them from song lyrics that do not require deep diction to refer to majas or symbols. Therefore, many song lyrics revolve around the meaning of denotations and connotations. This happened in Saptarasa's Pathetic Fairy Tales song lyrics. This study aims to describe the meaning of denotation and connotation of research data sources, namely Saptarasa's Pathetic Fairy Tales song lyrics. The denotative in this work tells the story of the search for love and also the way of approach. The meaning of the connotation in this work tells us that ‘I’ lyrics cannot reach ‘angel’ and only see it.
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN SPEAKING ENGLISHANXIETY AT THE EIGHT GRADE STUDENTS’ SPEAKINGSKILL AT SMPN 108 JAKARTA IN ACADEMIC YEARS 2018 Putri, Elinda Andita
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 8, No 1 (2019): An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v7i2.1039

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Speaking is a complex skill to be developed by students because of factors such as pronunciation, lack vocabulary, grammar structure, or just simply because some students are not motivated to learn it.  This study aim to discuss about students 'anxiety and students' speaking skills. The object of research in this study was the eighth graders at SMPN 108  Jakarta. This study uses a quantitative approach in the correlation model.Instruments or tools used by researcher to collect data and divided into two types. First, a questionnaire (questionnaire) which contains 16 statements with 5 rating scales, which are used to measure the level of anxiety of students in the process of learning English. The second speaking test instrument of speaking skill. In analyzing the data, in analysis the data researcher used Pearson Product Moment Correlation to find out the correlation of data result completed by SPSS program. In the results of this research analysis have been shown that student anxiety in their speaking test that is  0.306, this value shows a positive correlation between the two variables. This result is seen from the table the estimated correlation of 0.306 is between 0.200-0.399, means the correlation strength of the two variables is low correlation. Though, r value showed low correlation interpretation, but the result explained us that the language anxiety has positive influence on students speaking skill to students SMPN 108. In conclusion  the result of this research can be concluded that there is significant correlation, this shows that students’ English anxiety has an effect on the students’ speaking skill.Keyword: Correlation, Students’ Anxiety, Students’ Speaking Skill.
RESPONSIBILITY OF MICKEY HALLER IN THE LINCOLN LAWYER MOVIE Safrudi, Imam
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 7, No 1 (2018): Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v7i2.824

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Abstract The aims of this research is to understand the responsibility of Mickey Haller as a lawyer. By using descriptive qualitative method, the writer will describes all things in the movie itself. The data were collected from some sources, such as books in library of Senayan ,Library of STIBA Nusa Mandiri,  Google books and Website. The writer found the result of analysis about an interesting character from Mickey Haller as main character. Mickey Haller is a lawyer with high responsibility in his work. It makes him never give up on solving the case at hand. Mickey Haller is known as a lawyer who can acquit his clients from criminal penalties although most of his clients are criminal such bikers, con artist, drunk drivers, and drug dealers. Besides Mickey Haller was responsible for the work, he is also responsible for the safety of his family. He protects his children and ex-wife of the evil people who do not like him. In this movie, Mickey Haller is also a person loyal to good friends and work together.  Keywords: Responsibility, main character, THE LINCLON LAWYER movie. 
THE EFFECT OF STUDENTS’ READING PROCESS STRATEGIES AND MOTIVATION ON COMPETENCY ACHIEVEMENT IN READING AT STUDENTS FIRST GRADE SEMESTER Anggraini, Diah Retno
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 8, No 1 (2019): An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v7i2.1125

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Reading can be characterized as a “conceptual process”, a tool for thinking and a problem solving process. As a reader, they try to discover what the author means while, at the same time, they build meaning for themselves. They use their own language, their own thoughts, and they own view of the world to interpret what the author has written. These interpretations are limited by what their known. When authors create, they project their language, their thoughts, and their meanings into producing text. Their creations are limited by what they know. Because of obvious differences between the language, thoughts, and authors’ meaning. Reading can never be an exact process. Because the reader’s own language and thought become involved through interaction with the language and thought of the author, readers can never be certain that they have discovered the meaning the authors’ write. However, since readers are compelled to understand what they are reading, they interpret actively while reading in order to gain meaning, which is their ultimate goal.The purpose of this research is to know is there any significant effect of students’ reading process strategies and students’ motivation on reading English text achievement at students first grade semester. This study was quantitative research, 80 students were chosen as a sample with simple random sampling technique. The questionnaires and reading test were distributed to gather the data, and they were analyzed quantitatively.The results of data analysis show that there is an effect of students’ reading learning process strategies and students’ motivation simultaneously on their reading English text achievement at students’ first grade semester. It is proven from the results of statistical calculation that Fobs(132.407) >Ftab(3.33).In conclusion, this study found that reading learning process strategies and motivation used by students positively influenced students’ reading English text competency achievement. In line with this conclusion, the writers suggest that the teacher had positive and motivating attitudes.
AN ANALYSIS OF METAPHORIC TRANSLATION OF THE FAULT IN OUR STARS NOVEL Nurfadilah, Maya
Globish: An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture Vol 8, No 1 (2019): An English-Indonesian Journal for English, Education, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/globish.v7i2.1176

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This research aimed at identifying metaphor translation strategy used in The Fault in Our Stars novel based on theory of Bassnett, Lefevere, 1993; Snell-Hornby, 2006 and the accuracy between the source language (SL) in English and target language (TL) in Bahasa Indonesia. The object of this research is The Fault in Our Stars novel by John Green published in 2012 originally in English and the translated novel by Ingrid Dwijani Nimpoeno in Bahasa Indonesia under Qanita Publisher copyright. The researcher focused on metaphoric expressions in the novel and analyzed the strategy used based on Bassnet, Lefevere and Snell-Hornby‟s theory. The researcher also assessed the accuracy of the translation results in range accurate, less accurate and inaccurate based on Accurate Translation Rate proposed by Nababan, Nuraeni and Sumardiono (2012). In the end, the researcher found that most of the strategy used by translator is metaphor into same metaphor (69%), second is metaphor into different metaphor (20%), and the last is metaphor into sense (11%). The accuracy of the translation is rated by two lecturers of English Education Study Program of Teachers Training and Education Faculty of Muhammadiyah University of Tangerang with the results 79% translations are accurate, 21% translations are less accurate and 0% translations are inaccurate.