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Scope : Journal of English Language Teaching
ISSN : 25410326     EISSN : 25410334     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.30998/scope.v1i01.868
Core Subject : Education, Social,
Scope: Journal of English Language focused to publish high-quality articles dedicated to all aspects of the latest outstanding research and developments in the fields of English Education. The scope of this journal encompasses to study of Curriculum, Technology, Media, and Innovation in Learning, Instructional Design, Educational Management, and Psychology of Education of English.
Articles 68 Documents
Morphological Error Analysis on Student’s English Narrative Composition: A Survey at Private University in East Jakarta Santoso, Andi
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 1, No 02 (2017): Scope: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (705.187 KB) | DOI: 10.30998/scope.v1i02.2256

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The objectives of the research are to know the errors made by the learners in their English narrative composition; to identify the factors the learners made the errors; to identify the errors made by the learners; to correct the errors which have been made; to improve the teaching quality which is appropriate with the curriculum and the syllabus; as well as to get the data and the explanation about the difficulties in studying English especially in arranging the English narrative composition. The method used in this research is descriptive method that gives the data and the explanation about the recent symptoms of the errors made by the learners. The descriptive method consists of the ways in giving the note, the analysis and the interpretation about the recent condition. The characteristic of the descriptive method is to give the existence of the data which is straight to the problems as the recent variables are not manipulated. The research was carried out by conducting a written test about English narrative composition to the learners. After analyzing the data, the findings point out that the errors of derivational morphology is 10.3% and the inflectional morphology releases in 89.7 %.Key words: morphology, narrative composition, error analysis
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN STUDENTS’ANXIETY AND SPEAKING SKILL AT STKIP KUSUMA NEGARA JAKARTA (A survey research first semester academic year 2018/2019) megawati, megawati
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 3, No 2 (2019): Scope: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (390.589 KB) | DOI: 10.30998/scope.v3i2.3384

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The purpose of this research is to know whether there is any correlation between students’anxiety and speaking skill at STKIP Kusuma Negara Jakarta, first semester  academic year 2018/2019.This research used quantitative method and the design was correlational research. The sample of this research consists of 25 students. The data of the students’anxiety were collected by using the questionaire which was adopted from foreign Language Classroom Anxiety Scale Horwitz et.at FLCAS, while the data of students’speaking skill were collected by using speaking test. In this research, researcher has two variables, independent variable which variable students’anxiety and dependent variable consists of students’ speaking skill.The researcher use SPSS program, before doing the analysis the data normality was tested by using Kolmogorf-Smirnov test to see if the population was distributed normal. The result of this research concluded that there is significant correlation between variable (X) students’anxiety and variable (Y) speaking skill. Sig. (2-tailed) is 0.001 < 0.05. It means that students who have higher speaking skill, they was influenced by anxiety. The value of correlation coefficient is -0.629 <0.5. It means that there is negative correlation between students’anxiety and speaking skill. If the students’anxiety is high so speaking skill is low and if the students’anxiety is low so speaking skill is high.
Improving Vocabulary Ability by Using Comic Sanjaya, Ricky Eka
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 1, No 02 (2017): Scope: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (547.051 KB) | DOI: 10.30998/scope.v1i02.1510

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The problems of this research were how to improve vocabulary using comic and how to motivate the students to apply it in their English. The research was guided by a conceptual framework leading to the using comic through peer work to improve their motivation to speak English during the process of classroom communication interaction. The research type was an action research. The subject consisted of 20 students of the first grade of SMK Al Hidayah 1 Cilandak  in 2015-2016 academic years. The research data were collected using test (test after first treatment and test after the second treatment), observation for collecting data on the students’ motivation in improving vocabulary ability using series pictures. Data on vocabulary ability using comic were analyzed using the descriptive and statistic analysis, to know the improvement in mean students after the first cycle and the second cycle. Based on the first cycle, the students’ average was 67.8, then, on the second treatment, the students’ average increase to be 78.8. It can conclude that teaching vocabulary using comic can improve students’ vocabulary ability.Key words: improve, vocabulary, comic
Semiotic Analysis Of Satire Meme Connecting Women’s Identity In Brillio Net octavita, rr.astri indriana
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2018): Scope: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (513.245 KB) | DOI: 10.30998/scope.v3i1.3004

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This research shows that the origins of the confusion surroundings the theoretical status of cyber technology memes today could be found in culture. Those memes later developed in memetics the science of memes. Memes are a common way for individuals to communicate online. Internet users often use memes to reply to each other on social networking sites or other online forums. This research argues that memes are successfully used for communication purposes because certain memes (specifically image macros) are essentially speech acts and are also understood as being speech acts by internet users. When creating a meme, choices are made concerning the specific semiotic resources to be used and the internet community then interprets these resources to facilitate communication between the meme creator and the internet community. Memes can be recreated for different purposes and therefore it is possible to group memes under already existing speech acts and speculate about the ways in which these might correspond to speech acts in the future.
The Effects of Cooperative Learning Model Three Minutes Review Towards Student’s Writing Skill (an Experiment at State Junior High School in Bekasi) Reknosari, Reknosari
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 1, No 01 (2016): SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (482.192 KB) | DOI: 10.30998/scope.v1i01.887

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This research is aimed to get empirical data and analyze the effects of cooperative learning model three minutes review towards student’s writing skill at state junior high school in Bekasi. Data collection was done by giving test for writing test given to the eighth grade students at SMPN 24 Bekasi. Due to the result, it can be inferred that the result of writing skill of students is better to those who use cooperative learning model three minutes review. In relation to the result of the research, teachers are expected to use cooperative learning model three minutes review in motivating student’s writing skill. Teachers have to follow seminar and short courses in improving their teaching skills. School has to facilitate teachers and students in order to create conductive atmosphere of teaching and learning process. Key words: writing skill, cooperative learning model, three minutes review model
An Analysis on the Syntactical Errors in the Students’ Narrative Writing Muniroh, Zumrotul; Hapsari, Fitri Senny
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 2, No 02 (2018): Scope: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (274.577 KB) | DOI: 10.30998/scope.v2i02.2381

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This research aims to find out the dominant factor causing the errors of narrative writing by the Ninth Grade Students of Darul Hikmah II Junior High School. In this study writer limited the student’s syntactical error only in phrase error. The approach applied in this study is qualitative. The data were collected via observation and giving narrative writing test. The writer used the descriptive analysis technique (percentage) with the percentage from the frequency of information and divided with number of cases were constructed in the form of field-notes. This study involved 20 students of Darul Hikmah II Junior High School Bekasi as samples. The data shows that the total number of mistakes made in syntactical is 382 error,  The greatest number of students’ errors was done in noun phrase with the percentage 42, 4%. verb phrase  erroes by 139 errors or 36,4%, the third is errors in Adverbial phrase by 42 errors or 11 %, the forth is errors in Adjective Phrase by 29 errors or 7,6%  and the last errors in Pprepositional Phrase with 6 errors or 30%.
The Effects of Neurolinguistic Programming (NlP) Methods Towards Students’ Speaking Skill Fidinillah, Mildan Arsdan
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 2, No 01 (2017): Scope: Journal of English Language Teaching
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The objective of this research is to investigate the effects of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) method towards students’ speaking skill at Madrasah Ibtidaiyah Sa’adatuddarain 2 Tangerang Selatan. This research was conducted at Madrasah Ibtidaiyah Sa’adatuddarain 2 Tangerang Selatan from April 15th 2016-July 15th 2016.  By using purposive sampling technique, 60 out of 300 students of grade V in school year 2015-2016 were chosen. The method used was a survey with a correlational technique. The instrument included one test to analyze the data quantitatively.  Test is used to assess the students’ speaking skill.  There is a positive and significant impact of students that learning using NLP method in the ability of speaking English. Furthermore, ? = 0.05, df = 19, and t-table = 1.73, while tcount = 9, 26. Thus tcount> ttable, this means that H0is rejected and H1is accepted, As conclusion, NLP method affects positively and significantly to the students’ speaking English ability compared with conventional method. Key words: Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) method, speaking skill, English learning
ACCURACY OF IDIOM TRANSLATION IN SIDNEY SHELDON’S THE SKY IS FALLING INTO INDONESIAN LANGIT RUNTUH Anggini, Wulan Yulian
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 3, No 2 (2019): Scope: Journal of English Language Teaching
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The purpose of this research is to know the accuracy of idiom translation and strategies that are used by the translator in translating the idiom into Bahasa Indonesia. This research uses qualitative descriptive analysis. After analyzing the results of accuracy of idiom translation from the three evaluators in the novel entitled The Sky is Falling, the researcher gets the conclusion that accuracy in “0” scale takes the highest position. There are three strategies used by the translator in translating idioms. They are paraphrase which marks 87%, borrowing the source language idioms with 6%, omission of entire idioms with 2%, using an idiom of similar meaning but dissimilar form with 5%.Keywords: Accuracy, Idiom Translation, Novel entitled The Sky is Falling.
A Case Study: Second Language Investments of an International Student in Shaping Identity Mulyani, Devi
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 1, No 02 (2017): Scope: Journal of English Language Teaching
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AbstractThe objective of this study is to find the ways of a postgraduate student in investing in the shaping of her second language identity in the local communities of practice in a city in the UK. This research is a case study which employs qualitative descriptive method. Data was gathered through diaries and interviews. It is found that the subject, Jasmine, was active in the communities. She knew how she should invest her English in there although she was not too confident with her English. She involved in several communities in the UK, for example meeting with people in the church, visiting the local family, gathering in the cafe, and involving in the English study club. She did not find limitation to speak English from the native speakers in the communities.  This implies that she found who herself and how she should invest in the societies. These finally shape her identity as a second language learner in the local communities. In conclusion, her investment in the local communities has shaped her second language identity. Key Words: Second Language Learner, investment, identity 
TEACHING PRONUNCIATION USING VARIETIES OF PRONUNCIATION TEACHING MATERIALS AND PRACTICES Purwanto, Andri
SCOPE: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 3, No 2 (2019): Scope: Journal of English Language Teaching
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The objectives of this research are to design a varied materials for teaching pronunciation practices with fun and attractive, to introduce the correct spelling in teaching pronunciation and to encourage students in using English as medium of communication. For these reasons, this study was aimed at exploring the pronunciation teaching materials in Pronunciation Practice module and course syllabus at Indraprasta PGRI University, Jakarta. This reserach tries to measure the output of learning pronunciation with pronunciation practice module which is designed according to Tergujeff’s pronunciation teaching materials: namely phonetic training, reading aloud, listen and repeat, rhyme and verse, rules and instructions, awareness-raising activities, spelling and dictation and ear training; and Celce Murcia’s Pronunciation teaching materials. This confirms that the creative and dynamic use of current pronunciation teaching materials enable the students not only to undergo accuracy-oriented exercises but also fluency-based activities.