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Rama Dwika Herdiawan
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JELL (Journal of English Language Learning)
Published by Universitas Majalengka
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Core Subject : Education,
Journal of English Language Learning (JELL) is a peer-reviewed journal published in Indonesia by English Education Study Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Majalengka. This journal is published twice a year: November and June. The scopes of the journal include, but not limited to, the following topic areas: education policy, English curriculum, EFL methodology, teaching and learning strategies, evaluation and assessment, TEYL, classroom action research, translation, teaching media and ICT, applied linguistics, ELT materials development, linguistics, pragmatics, critical discourse analysis, and literature. The journal is published in online version.
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"WHY I CAN'T SPEAK UP? ": STUDENTS' ANXIETY IN PUBLIC SPEAKING Tiyas, Ayuning; Nurhidayah, Yayah; Herdiawan, Rama Dwika
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 3, No 1 (2019)
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Abstract- Public speaking is a way to talks with individual or group listener with sharing ideas and influencing them either direct or via electronic communication to achieve a specific goal. The aims of this research are to explain what the factors influencing students? anxiety in public speaking and explain how the students anticipate their anxiety in public speaking. This research used qualitative method. The instruments of this research are observation and interview. The results of this research are the students feel fear of making mistakes, fear of embarrassed, fear of being laughed, always thinking and self-conscious. In addition, assuming all audiences are friends, try to be confident, pray so that they are calm, change the mind set of "I can? continue to try and not become a burden are the way to anticipates their anxiety when public speaking.Keyywords: Anxiety, Speaking, Public Speaking
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE ON THE INPUT, PROCESS, AND OUTPUT OF ENGLISH LEARNING Hasnawan, Dedi
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
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This research aims at: (1) describing the implementation of Multiple Intelligences on the input, process, and output of English Learning in the Kinesthetic Intelligence Class at SD Immersion Ponorogo, (2) identifying the difficulties in implementing Multiple Intelligences (3) finding out the solutions offered by teacher to overcome the difficulties. This research applied a case study method as one of qualitative research. The data were collected through non-participant observation, interview, and documentation. In analyzing the data, the researcher used interactive model of analysis data by Miles and Huberman. The findings of the research reveals that: (1) the implementation of Multiple Intelligences at SD Immersion covers three aspects; the first is the use of MIR to observe the students? intelligence characteristic as a reference for the teacher to design the teaching process, the second is the process of teaching/learning which was designed based on the students? characteristic of intelligences, the third is the process of evaluation and assessment which focused on the students? performance during the learning activity, (2) the difficulties found on implementing Multiple Intelligences are the creativity of the teacher in designing the lesson plan, material, and media, the difficulty in controlling the kinesthetic students? behavior, and the time management for the preparation and activities for the students,  and (3) the solutions offered by teacher to overcome the difficulties are the use of online resources as the reference to design the learning materials and media, and the use of guiding and assessment during the process of learning to control the students? behavior.
INVESTIGATING THE CAUSES OF ENGLISH ERRORS PRODUCED BY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BOJONEGORO Tauchid, Ahmad; Fatoni, Mohammad
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
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English especially in Indonesia is still considered a foreign language. This presumption makes English undeveloped in Indonesia. Even the students of senior high school that have obtained English subject since they are at junior high school are not able to master English properly and correctly because there are many errors they produce. In this research, two research questions are formulated as follows: (1) What kinds of errors are produced by senior high school students in Bojonegoro? (2) What factors cause the students to produce those errors? The researcher then puts some objectives as follows: (1) To find out what kinds of errors are produced by senior high school students in Bojonegoro? (2) To identify what factors cause the students to produce those errors? The research design which is used by the researcher is a quantitative approach, through a survey method. The results of this research show that from 84 respondents that are taken from 3 different senior high schools in Bojonegoro have tendency to produce English errors which are related to Morpho-Syntactic Errors as much as 71.4%. Then factors which cause a large number of errors are owing to Intralingual errors as much as 59.5%, namely because there is presumption in their mind that English is very difficult to study. 
Pre-Service Teacher Students’ Perception towards Speaking English Rofi'i, Agus; Nurhidayat, Eka
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
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Language is a communication tool to convey ideas or opinions and feelings to others. Through language, people can be interconnected, share, learn from each other, and improve their intellectual abilities. The ability to communicate in English is very crucial in the world of work. One of the abilities demanded by alumni of English education study programs is the ability to communicate in English. So far, based on the experience of researchers while teaching, there are still students who are unable to speak in public or make English presentations. They have less confidence to do it. The fourth-semester students of the English Education Study Program applied This English Presentation method. This research uses descriptive qualitative method to describe in public speaking by using English
A CYBER-CULTURE IN IMPROVING STUDENT’S LITERACY Kodrat, Dr. Denny
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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As a millennial generation or Y generation, a cyber-culture is embedded in senior high school students. Information can be easily accessed without any censorship. The government once issues the regulation in Permendikbud No. 21/2015 about cultivating student?s attitude in which School Literacy Movement (Gerakan Literasi Sekolah/GLS) should be conducted. The study is aimed at investigating two big issues, they are (1). Is cyber culture positively responded by school?s stakeholders in improving student?s literacy?; and (2) How does the role of teacher anticipate a side effect of cyber culture?. A descriptive qualitative approach was carried out and in-depth interviews were conducted to gain vivid pictures of cyber-culture in students life and it was analyzed by using Cultural Studies perspective by Derrida (1976). The findings show that students are interested in reading articles and many information as long as they meet  student?s curiosity and needs. In conclusion, a good reading facilities with high speed wifi, virtual library access and join-cooperation  between school?s stakeholders and internet providers or teenager?s sites will promote students? good attitude in cyber world, avoiding a hoax and hate speech.      Key words: Cyber-culture, literacy, Critical thinking, Cultural Analysis
A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY ON THE USABILITY (COHERENCE AND COHESION WITH THE CURRICULUM) OF SOME MODULES: ENGLISH ON SKY AND EFFECTIVE ENGLISH BY TIGA SERANGKAI USED IN TEACHING ENGLISH IN THE THIRD GRADE STUDENTS OF SMP NEGERI 10 KOTA CIREBON”. fakhruddin, afief
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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The research is entitled ?A descriptive study on the Usability coherence and cohesion with the curriculum) of some modules. The purposes of this research are (1). To describe the correlation of the used modules of English on sky and Effective English by Tiga Serangkai with the curriculum in teaching English for the third grade students of SMPN 10 Kota cirebon. (2). To figure out how the used modules of English on sky and Effective English by Tiga Serangkai  in teaching English for the third grade students of SMPN 10 Kota Cirebon. (3). To figure out the Teacher?s perception about the Module in teaching English of the third grade students of SMPN 10 Kota Cirebon.This research belongs to descriptive qualitative. the collected data were analyzed by making written description. After conducting the research, the researcher concluded that The modules are not 100% fulfilled the criteria as demanded by 2013 curriculum.  In the teaching and learning, the use of modules is adjusted with the order of basic competences required by the curriculum and also the time allocation. Both modules above are not the only handbooks which are used in the teaching and learning process. The teachers find that using modules in teaching and process is effective although sometimes the units/topics are disorderly arranged.  
NEEDS AND PROBLEMS IN ENGLISH FOR HOSPITALITY INDUSTRIES: A CASE STUDY OF THE HOTEL EMPLOYEES AT MEOTEL HOTEL KEBUMEN Firharmawan, Hastri; Andika, Alek
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
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Hospitality industry is one of the important sectors to play roles in the economic and tourism growth in Kebumen. Therefore, keeping this industry to be competitive in the future seems to be urgent. Hotel owners need to improve the quality of human resources, mainly the English communication skills. This research describes and analyzes needs and problems of English for hospitality industry at Meotel Hotel Kebumen. It involved 20 experienced hotel employees at the research site as the participants. Questionnaires were used in the data collection. The data were analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation. The findings proved that the skills needed from the most required to the least one are speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The three most dominant language uses are to give services, to give information, and to give help. Problems in using English encountered included guessing unknown words due to limited vocabulary, lacking of grammar knowledge, inability to follow the speed, and lacking of confidence. Key words: needs, English, skills, hospitality industry
ENHANCING STUDENTS’ AURAL COMMUNICATION SKILL THROUGH ROLE PLAY TECHNIQUE AS THE LEARNING MODEL Budiana, Haris
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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Teaching speaking to the first year students of English Department is intended to give basic competence in communication in English to the students. In the effort of upgrading the students? ability in spoken language, the writer as the lecturer takes the topic of the research about the learning model of role play to increase the students? aural communication skill. The research is purposed to describe how the role play as the classroom activities should be done in the classroom as well as the impact. The method of the research is the experimental method. The writer took 25 students. The technique of collecting the data that the writer used in order to support the research was pre-test and post-test. The result showed that the learning model of role-playing encouraged students to memorize, drill the expressions, and act out the roles. The data of scoring through analytical method was analyzed by using t-test formula. From the analysis of t-observed, it was found that the role-play technique was able to lead the students toward the better speaking performance. It means that the role-play technique has significant impact on the students? face to face communication skill. In other words, the students found it helpful to perform their aural communication skill through role-playing.
THE USE OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING AND DISCOVERY LEARNING IN TEACHING WRITING DESCRIPTIVE TEXT Vera, Bara; Satriani, Intan
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
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This research aims to investigate significance different between cooperative learning and discovery learning in writing descriptive text. This research was done by using quantitative method and conducted a quasi-experimental design with two groups study at SMPN 23 Bandung. It was conducted at seventh grade of Junior High School. The instrument used in this researcher were test. The result of data analysis showed that there was significant difference between experimental and control class. In accordance with the result of data were normally distributed, homogeneity, and independent sample t-test the means both groups for equal variances assumed 0.015 < 0.05. It is indicated that the null hypothesis (H0) is rejected. Therefore, STAD is more effective than discovery learning in writing descriptive text. The result revealed that the implementation of cooperative learning in writing descriptive text by following the five components of STAD proposed by Slavin (2005). While the implementation of discovery learning by following the five stages proposed by Shah (2004).
THE EFFECT OF APPLYING TALKING CHIPS TECHNIQUE ON THE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL Manurung, Yayuk Hayulina
Journal of English Language Learning Vol 3, No 1 (2019)
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This research was carried due to the lack of students? speaking skill at the first year at English department. Speaking was still frustrating and they faced some problems in learning speaking because of many factors such as shy to speak, had low motivation and less self -confidence, afraid of making mistake. Talking Chips technique is a technique of teaching speaking which make the students interested and help them speak. In the course of talking chips, each member of the group gets a chance to provide their construction and listen to the views and concerns of other member. This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of applying Talking Chips technique on the students? speaking skill on the first year academic of English Education Department at University of Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara on the academic year 2019/2020. The research applied experimental research to know if there was a significant difference in speaking skill between the students taught using Talking Chips technique referred as experimental group, and the students taught using discussion method referred by control group. The data was analyzed by using t-test formula. The results of data processing on the experimental posttest and control groups showed very significant results. Thus, H1 is accepted and H0 is rejected because .000<0.05, so it can be concluded that there is a significant effect of the application of Talking Chips on students? speaking of University of Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara TA 2019/2010

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