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INNOVATION DRAMA TEACHING OF “NEW PINOCCHIO” IN CHINESE LANGUAGE LEARNING: ACTION RESEARCH Chuo, Mei-Hsiu
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 9 Number 1 April 2019
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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The prevalence of learning Chinese in the United States is very popular with the learning Chinese language throughout the world. This atmosphere is very encouraging for children in Chinese schools and improves their learning motivation. This research is action research and the purpose of this study is (1) to explore the current situation of teaching Chinese in the United States and to answer the research questions based on the reaction and self-reflection of young children, (2) to revise teaching materials and teaching methods during the research, (3) to utilize the innovation story theater model into the Chinese curriculum of the bilingual school in USA, and (4) to find out the suggestions and feasible solutions to the various problems. The research found that if learning activities are intrinsically attractive there is no need to arrange any games to motivate children's learning. Moreover, the findings show that the innovative story theater is very practical and can effectively enhance children's interest in learning Chinese
READING COMPREHENSION QUESTION LEVELS IN GRADE X ENGLISH STUDENTS’ BOOK IN LIGHT OF THE ISSUES OF CURRICULUM POLICY IN INDONESIA Surtantini, Rin
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 9 Number 1 April 2019
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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This article aims at finding out the reading comprehension-question levels as constructed for some chapters of English Students? Book for Grade X published in 2017 by The Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia. The data were taken purposively and analyzed using Barrett?s taxonomy of reading comprehension to examine the levels of comprehension questions provided in the book. While higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) in Bloom?s taxonomy involve students to analyze, to evaluate, and to create, Barrett?s reading comprehension levels exhibit corresponding features, namely inferential comprehension, evaluation, and appreciation. The analysis is to show the corresponse the reading comprehension questions in the book to the current issues of HOTS in the curriculum policy of Indonesia. The results demonstrate that while some of the comprehension questions (21%) comply with the higher level of reading comprehension, the rest (nearly 80%) show lower level of reading comprehension. In response to the implementation of the curriculum policy in Indonesia, teachers need to practice constructing higher levels of comprehension questions that considerably make students get used to think critically
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE INTEREST IN POETRY AND THE DEGREE OF SENSIVITY: A PRIMARY STUDY OF SAMPLE OF KHORASAN-IRAN STUDENTS Moqaddam, Reza Naqavi
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 9 Number 1 April 2019
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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This study attempts to find a relation between the amount of interest in poetry and the degree of sensitivity, especially among the college students. If a positive correlation can be found, scholars and teachers may be able to offer students with weak perception of the environment, poetry reading. Dr. Elaine N. Aron?s questionnaire, Highly Sensitive Person Scale 2007, was the tool of this paper to evaluate the hypersensitivity of students, the results of which were tested correlation with a number of five questions that was added to the original questionnaire. The added questions were to demonstrate the students? interest or disinterest toward poetry, and through Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient and independent Samples T-Test it became possible to calculate the correlation of sensitivity tests and the interest in poetry. The results answered research questions, and it was found that except the question number five, there was no significant relationship between sensitivity and the other variables. However, the question number five which showed a positive relationship between sensitivity and the amount of empathetic understanding of those who are interested in poetry, could indicate a meaningful correlation by reminding that empathy is an equivalence of unconscious admittance
TEACHING ENGLISH POLYSEMY THROUGH SEMANTIC FIELDS Liu, Hsiu-Ying; Kuo, Cheng-Chung; Chou, Yun-Hsuan
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 9 Number 1 April 2019
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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The paper aims to explore the effectiveness of Semantic Field Theory in polysemy teaching by conducting action research. The objective is to cultivate students? concept of metaphor and semantic fields in order to achieve systematic vocabulary retention on the one hand, and to prove that teaching vocabulary through Semantic Field Theory is more effective than traditional methods on the other hand. An experiment is given to sophomores in Asia University, with a pretest, in-class lesson, and posttest. The result shows that the students in the experimental group perform better in the posttest even though their performance in the pretest is worse, which furtherly proves that learning English polysemy through semantic fields is much more effective than traditional teaching methods.
USA PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATORS’ PERCEPTIONS OF ELECTRONICALLY DELIVERED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MODULES McCay, Joel
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 9 Number 1 April 2019
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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School meetings, which today are often called teacher workshops are to conduct teacher professional development which may still be desired by today?s teachers. This study was to discover if technological alternatives might be desired by one public school system in the USA. Choices included delivery of professional development via web-based learning material, CD-ROM, and PDF documents as downloadable files for print from the Internet. A questionnaire was designed to find out which media was selected most often for delivery of their own professional development. The study material for this investigation served as professional development modules. Data from surveys were collected to discover why they select them, and whether or not they prefer those modes of professional development to the more traditional modes previously experienced such as teacher meetings/workshops. There were 28 participants in this study. To assess the role of the media for delivery of professional development via learning modules. Descriptive statistics were used to identify demographics and patterns in the educators? preferences and perceptions. A major conclusion of the study included the medium selected most often was online (82% of respondents)
CAN THE DISCREDITABLE BE AN ADVANTAGE? MENTAL ILLNESSES AS METAPHORS ON RHETORICAL USAGES FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING Shih, Yu-Chun; Chen, Shu-Chuan
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 9 Number 1 April 2019
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (379.462 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/parole.v9i1.31-43

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Mental illnesses often inspire artists and writers and are omnipresent in various works, yet the moral adequacy of portraying their images remained controversial: Erving Goffman (2010) had described the challenges the ?discreditables? might have faced and the privileges they might get once being uncovered in his essay. However, Susan Sontag believed that wrapping disease in metaphors discouraged, silenced, and shamed patients in her Illness as Metaphor. This paper aims to center the discussion on what the diseases and the patients will represent and the privileges be demonstrated in these texts from a rhetorical aspect? By applying principally the theories of uncanny, abjection, and stigma, this paper has built a theory on presuming Meursault in Camus?s The Stranger has Asperger, then analyze the power of stigma in two recent works: the episode ?ADHD Is Necessary? in Taiwanese TV drama: On Children, and a French novel: Nothing Holds Back the Night. The results showed that the mental illness can be an advantageous and necessary metaphor, just as an endowing ?Mark of Cain?, threatening yet defensive. Meanwhile

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