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ELITE Journal: Journal of English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
ISSN : 28509938     EISSN : 25809946     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
The journal aims to be an open-access journal platform which publishes and disseminates the ideas and researches on English Linguistics, Literature, and Education in primary, secondary or undergraduate level. The scopes of the published articles in prioritized order are (1) Affects and values in English Linguistics, Literature, and Education , and (2) The development of Islamic researches in English field.
Articles 26 Documents
Teachers’ Competence in Teaching English to Young Learners Using Syntactic Approach in Kota Lhokseumawe nurlaila, nurlaila
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 1 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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Teaching English at primary school is difference from teaching English at junior or senior high school because the teacher must really pay attention on the students characteristics. The English teacher must have English background and have ever had training on ways of teaching EYL. This TEYL (Teaching English for Young Learners) program is necessary to be well prepared. Qualified and competent teachers are necessary to be prepared for the implementation of this curriculum. In delivering the materials, they must have competences or abilities in mastering the materials especially on the use of good English pattern to make the young learners familiar with the language. This research is aimed at investigating the EYL teacher competence namely pedagogic and professional competences using syntactic approach especially at the high level class students of primary school in Kota Lhokseumawe. The method used in this research is called descriptive survey research. According to Ary Donald descriptive survey research is divided into some classification based on their focus and scope (census and sample surveys) or according to the time frame for data collection (longitudinal and cross-sectional surveys). The population of the research were all primary schools in Kota Lhokseumawe, while the sample were only fourteen  schools who still applied English as the subject or local content. The result of the research shown that pedagogic and professional competences of EYL teachers in teaching English using syntactic approach shown us that from 14 respondents is 100%, or all of respondents obtained the result of very good. It means that most of EYL teacher in Kota Lhokseumawe who implemented English as local content had fulfilled the criteria of very good.
Implementation Online Reading Strategy on English Reading Comprehension Skills Khusniyah, Nurul Lailatul
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 1 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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The purpose of this study was to find out the implementation online reading strategy on English reading comprehension learning. This strategy gave the different ways to student in understanding of the text. Because each student has been influenced by many factors in English reading comprehension learning. This study used exploratory qualitative case study. It investigated the students? English reading comprehension skills using online reading strategy that had used both of at school and home. The technique of collecting data used interview, observation, assignment of reading report, and test. The validity of data used credibility, transferability, dependability, and conformability. The result of study found that online reading strategy gave a positive impact on students? pattern in English reading comprehension learning both of school and home. They had a different context and collaboration in reading learning. Online reading strategy is be appropriate media to support English reading comprehension learning using internet facilitate, for example using World Wide Web. Online reading strategies improve students' understanding of the text because the reading process is done at any time through online texts that are accessed at any time.
Magnet Summary Strategy in Descriptive Writing: The Case of Madrasah Students in South Sumatera Lenny Marzulina, M Zuhri and suparno, Lenny Marzulina, M Zuhri and suparno
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 1 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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The purpose of this study were to find out whether or not (1) there was a significant improvement on students? descriptive writing achievement taught by using Magnet Summary Strategy before and after the treatment and (2) there was a significant difference on students? descriptive writing achievement between the students who were taught by using Magnet Summary Strategy and those who were not. The sample were 68 students taken from 139 of the population.  A quasi- experimental method was used in this study. Writing test was used to collect the data. Based on the result of the data analysis by using paired sample t-test, the p-ouput was 0.000 and the t-value was 11.347. It can be stated that there was a significant improvement on students? descriptive writing between those who were taught by using Magnet Summary strategy and those who were not before and after treatment. Based on the result of independent t-test, the p-ouput was 0.000 and the t-value was 5.994. It could be stated that there was a significant difference on students? descriptive writing achievement between those who are taught by using Magnet Summary strategy and those who are not. It could be assumed that Magnet Summary strategy could be used as an alternative strategy in teaching descriptive writing.
Semantic Analysis on Advertisement Slogan’s Dwi Fita Heriyawati and Fitria Febriyan, Dwi Fita Heriyawati and Fitria Febriyan
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 1 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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The objective of this study is to analyze types of meaning that used on the advertisement slogan?s This study used descriptive qualitative. The instrument of this research is the researchers herself. The main data was collected by taking a screenshot from the website of beauty, electronic, and technology product. The researchers found 42 types of meaning in 30 advertisement slogans which were published from March up to May 2019. To clarify the accuracy of the data, the researchers used theory and investigator triangulation. The results showed that connotative meaning is the most type of meaning with 31%, reflected meaning or situational meaning had 24%, affective meaning is 17%, 10% for social meaning or socio-cultural meaning, conceptual meaning or lexical meaning and collocative meaning or textual meaning with 7%. The lowest type of meaning is thematic meaning with 5%. Thus, the types of meaning created an expressive, influential, and impactful advertising slogans.
University Students’ Perception on TOEFL as a Graduation Requirement: A Case in UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta Alek, Vera Nurlia, and Ghasella Makhpi, Alek, Vera Nurlia, and Ghasella Makhpi
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 1 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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This survey study aims to reveal the students? perceptions towards Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is one of graduation requirement policy in Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta. This study also investigates what challenges and gains the students get from taking the test. Forty students from different major and status (graduated and not graduated yet) in Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta, were chosen as the participants. The data was gathered through questionnaires and interviews. There are seventeen questionnaire items regarding students? perception of the policy were given to the participants. Moreover, the interview was also conducted to support the result of the data collected by asking some of the participants? opinion related to the implementation of the policy of TOEFL as one of the graduation requirements. The research findings showed that nearly all participants supported the policy of TOEFL as a graduation requirement. It indicated that most of the participants considered TOEFL as an essential requirement for graduation as this policy allowed them to enhance their English proficiency and motivate them to learn English. Furthermore, from the findings, it can also be seen that the challenges and gains encountered by the students are varied.
Lecturer’s Nonverbal Communication attitude in Classroom: Its Meaning for College Sudent Gofur, Muhlis, and Rahmawati, Gofur, Muhlis, and Rahmawati
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 1 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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The improvement of students interest and their willingness to study are mostly showed by their experience in the way of learning occurs. In this case the existence of the lecture?s role is very important as facilitator in the class with their good communication, not only transferring the knowledge but also provide a good classroom condition which drive the college students to get their knowledge. Off course this condition should provide them with a good communication skill. Well actually some of them in presenting t the learning process is done without an extensive preparation in the design. The objective of this research is improving the understanding of nonverbal communication attitude phenomenon in teaching learning process in order to improve the quality of it. With an ethnography studies used to reach the goal of the study. While the result shown that; 1) the lecturer applied several kind of nonverbal communication, 2)they face expression mostly with interpersonal relation between lecturer and the college students. 3) the college students have a various response relate with to the lecturer face and eye contact expression. 4) lecturers eyes contact expression indicates whereas he/she pays a good attention to his class or not. This is the meaning of a lecture?s nonverbal communication attitudes for the college student, to prepare them emotions condition in order to join the teaching learning process
Grammatical Errors Made by Students in Writing English Descriptive Paragraph: A Study at English Department at Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Kerinci Y. Sonafist and Aridem Vintoni, Y. Sonafist and Aridem Vintoni
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 1 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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This study aimed at describing the types of grammatical errors made by the in writing English descriptive text. The participants of the study consisted of 47 students of English department at Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Kerinci. The data were collected from the students? compositions. The data were analyzed by using Error Analysis (EA). The grammatical errors in the students? compositions were identified and classified. Each grammatical error was counted and calculated into percentage for frequency. The results revealed that the grammatical errors made by the students fell into seven categories: errors in using verb tense, singular and plural form, articles, prepositions, pronouns, word order (disordering/inversion of subject and verb) and word choice. The number of the errors in each type was apparently different. The most dominant errors were the errors in the use of preposition. There were 23 errors related to the use of preposition (33.3 % of the total errors). Compared to the total errors made by the students, there was only 1 error (1.4 %) in the use of pronouns
The Practice of MIN English Teachers through Teaching Learning Process and their Reflective Practice to Develop Professionalism Hery Rahmat and Najamuddin, Hery Rahmat and Najamuddin
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 1 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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Teacher reflection has been part of continuous teachers? development. Yet, in reality, only a few teachers conduct such self-reflection processes to improve their professional performance during the teaching learning process. This study aimed to know (1) the practice of MIN English teachers through teaching learning process; (2) the reflective practice of MIN teachers in order to improve their professionalism. This study belongs to qualitative descriptive as it describes data of the MIN teachers? practice and their reflective practice through teaching learning process. The study result showed that (1) the MIN English teachers conducted teaching learning process by applying adequate three learning activities namely Introduction Activity, Main Activity, and Closing Activity along with the supported activities; (2) There are 3 types of reflective practice done by MIN English teachers through teaching learning process namely (a) the use of learning media; (b) the addition of exercise score; and (c) the changing of exercise content.
The Students’ Self-Confidence in Public Speaking Nadiah, Arina and Ikhrom, Nadiah, Arina and Ikhrom
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 1 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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This study aims to describe and analyze the students? self-confidence in public speaking at Advanced Speaking Class of English Education Department at Walisongo State Islamic University in the Academic year of 2018/2019. This study deals with Lauster theory, that tells about self-confidence is convincing in the ability and self-assessment of the task and it has an effective approach. This study applied a descriptive qualitative method. The data were collected through a questionnaire with 15 questions for 30 students, observation of the students? performance in public speaking with 10 checklists and interview with 6 students in order to gain the students? self-confidence.  The technique of data analysis involved data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing/verification by using Creswell. The result shows that the students? confidence level at an advanced speaking class was at the adequate level. From the result of a questionnaire, it shows that the mean score of students? self-confidence was 3,2 while from the result of observation, it shows that students did several lacks of performances, such as no eye contact, speaking with vibration, making repetition, giving many movements, and also giving many pauses. The influencing factors which lead to students? self-confidence were such as having a negative mindset, lack of motivation, lack of practice, lack of vocabulary, lack of ability, and lack of preparation.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TASK-BASED LANGUAGE TEACHING (TBLT) AND ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (ESP) CONTEXT IN SMK MUHAMMADIYAH 1 MALANG Aninda Nidhommil, Hima; Saputro, Teguh Hadi
ELITE JOURNAL Vol 1 No 2 (2019): English Linguistics, Literature, and Education
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The Internal Community Service Program (PPMI) managed by the University of Muhammadiyah Malang was designed and developed to help the partner school, SMK Muhammadiyah 1 Malang to overcome the problems faced by the school. The results of the pre-observation or situation analysis have shown that the school faces a major problem from the aspect of teaching performance of English teachers. To overcome this problem, the project team proposed best practices in teaching English using the Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) approach as an innovative teaching approach in the context of English for Specific Purposes (ESP). Furthermore, the results of the preliminary study were used as a reference for the preparation of four learning meetings in each class. In this program, the teachers are shown how to 1. Prepare for teaching and learning process, starting from designing lesson plans including the ESP materials, media and evaluation instruments, 2. Implement the teaching and learning process by using TBLT, 3. Evaluating students. It is hoped that with the methods proposed in this program, the English teachers from the partner school can improve their teaching skills which then have a positive effect on improving the quality of the school in creating a more effective learning environment for students.

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