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PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education)
ISSN : 26146320     EISSN : 26146320     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
Focus PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) is a media for diseminating the result of research about language and education in English Education. Scope PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) publishes the research article in language, and education in English Education.
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 279 Documents
LEVELS OF STUDENTS’ ANXIETY TOWARDS ENGLISH TEACHING THROUGH SONGS Imelda, Meliyana; Fajardini, Junia
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 1, No 4 (2018): Volume 1 Number 4, July 2018
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This study entitled “LEVELS OF STUDENTS’ ANXIETY TOWARDS ENGLISH TEACHING THROUGH SONGS” was to observing students’ anxiety levels through the songs. In this case, the writers compared levels of students’ anxiety in English teaching with songs and English teaching without songs. The participants were two classes consisted 30 students, 15 students from XI Putra and 15 students from XI Putri. The data in this study were collected by giving Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety Scale questionnaire by Horwitz et al (1986). The FLCAS questionnaire consisting of 33 items scoring with Likert’s scale and analyzed manually used Oetting’s scale to categorize anxiety levels. The study showed that there was a significant difference between class that used English songs method and class without used English songs method. The class with songs was relaxed while the class without songs was mildly anxious.Keywords: Songs, English Songs, Anxiety
The Use Superordinate Concept in The Meaning of speech Perkasa, Dicky Widiya; Santoso, Iman
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 6 (2019): VOLUME 2 NUMBER 6, November 2019 (Accepted Papers)
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Words have been existed since hundreds of years ago the implicit meaning of a words can indicate an expression of someone Through human words can communicate with various kinds of meanings in their conversation, in the concept of writing the researcher will explain a concept of superordinate which as a form of word level the highest which has the earliest meaning of each word, The good thing that can be learned in this superordinate concept is that the meaning of the word will not become complicated, for example "The fish is very ferocious", then what fish does it mean that might be sharks or dolphins, in fact sharks are wild fish, but fish dolphins are not fierce, from which the superordinate has not been able to represent the above words so that in the form of the next two concepts which further pursing the word "fish" above into "The shark is very ferocious" the shark refer to the Basic concept and then it can be more specific from Subordinate to be like this "The white shark is very fierce" (white shark) is subordinate. In another case why the researcher takes the concept from this superordinate is to explain that a meaning in the word has owned level and then the words will not always have the same meaning in delivering their purpose, regardless of the daily conversation pretty much people used "Basic and Subordinate" due the meaning is more referring and precise.
Students’ Motivation in Learning English Purnama, Neng Aprilia; Rahayu, Neng Sri; Yugafiati, Rasi
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 4 (2019): VOLUME 2 NUMBER 4, July 2019
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Motivation is one of the most significant things in learning process. Without motivation, the purposes of learning is tough to be achieved. When learners have it in learning process, they will more understand with the materials, especially English. The goal of this study is to know how students’ motivation in learning English of eight grade at MTs Mathla’ul Anwar Sukaguna. This study used descriptive qualitative method. The data was carried out by using a questionnaire of students’ motivation which have ten items adapted from Clement, Dornyei, & Noels (1994) and used an interview which have five questions‎. The data were processed in the percentage and descriptive explanation. The main findings described that the learners are entirety highly motivated. Based on this study’s findings, students of eighth grade at MTs Mathla’ul Anwar have that motivation, it is based on the outcome of questionnaire and interview. From the output of questionnaire, most of students choose the agree statements. It means that students has an savor in learning English. Furthermore, the yield of interview expressed that students have highly interesting in learning English. But in this case, the teacher have to be more creative in using the media, strategy, or delivered material in teaching learning activity to improve students’ motivation.
CONCEPTUAL METAPHOR OF SETYA NOVANTO’S CASE Purnama, Sintia; Nurhakim, Muhammad Akbar
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 1, No 5 (2018): Volume 1 Number 5, September 2018
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This research is entitled Conceptual Metaphors of Setya Novanto'case; In the newspaper. The purpose of this research is to know the meaning and function of the metaphor, this study also tries to find out the conceptualizations of politics. In this case, the author uses the theory of Lakoff and Johnson. Data were taken from 4 news from people's mind newspaper Tuesday 28 November 2017, Kompas daily pad Monday 20 November 2017, new compass on 22 November 2017 and people's mind on 20 November 2017 . in this research the writer use a qualitative research Method. Which all of the data are they presented descriptively. From the analysis, the result found 4 political discourses in conceptual metaphor in the newspaper about Setya Novanto cases. From 175 metaphorical statements, the researcher found 55 metaphors. that is found 45 % as objects or goods that can be traded.30 % politics as a battle,10% as a war and 15 % as a race. It shows that in the political discourses.Keywords:      Newspaper, Conceptual, Metaphor, Setya Novanto’s case.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ROLE PLAY IN TEACHING SPEAKING AT THE EIGHT GRADE STUDENTS OF MTs NURUL FALAH KOTA CIMAHI Hernayah, Hernayah; Syaubari, Rifqi Fadlurrahman; Haryudin, Acep
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 5 (2019): VOLUME 2 NUMBER 5, September 2019
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Speaking is a part of language and one of important skills that should be learned by the students. Role Play is offered to overcome the problems in speaking. In fact, The Students face difficulties in speaking such as difficulty to arrange the sentences, fear or making mistakes, and lack of motivation The aim of this research was carried out to find the effectiveness of using Role Play in teaching speaking for second grade of junior high school at MTs Nurul Falah Kota Cimahi whether there is significance different in speaking achievement of the students who are taught without using a role play. The use of Role Play does not increase the students’ speaking skills. Alternative Hypothesis says that the use of Role Play increases the students’ Speaking skill. This research use Quantitative Method by SPSS for collecting the data The subject of the study were 33 students and the sample of population collected from second grade in junior high school. From the result of the analysis the students’ score of speaking is improve. It’s as a result of role play helps the back students by providing a chance, wherever students with problem in oral communication ar ligatedKeywords:  Speaking, Role Play, Motivation
IMPROVING VOCABULARY MASTERY USING PICTURE FOR SECOND GRADE STUDENTS AT SLB- C TUT WURI HANDAYANI Handayani, Pipit Pitria; Muddin, Imam
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 1, No 5 (2018): Volume 1 Number 5, September 2018
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Communication is always needed in the lifes of human. The human communicate using different language. The language used always has vocabulary to understand. So, the communication can ocuur well. The vocabulary of language is a basis in learning language, includes English as foreign language in Indonesia that learnt by students elementary school untill University. Learning vocabulary of language is not easy especially for the students who has mental retardation. It was proved by the observation at Second Grade of SLB C Tut Wuri handayani that shows that they are low to memorize and difficult to say the vocabulary of English. To solve the problem, the writer conducted the research by using picture media to improve student’s vocabulary mastery. This research used qualitative research design with Classroom Action Research Method. The sample of this reearch was 5 students at second grade. The instrument used was observation then the data collection and analysis was observation. The result of this research shows that the student’s vocabulary mastery in learning english towards Mental retadartion  students at SLB- C Tut Wuri Handayani was improved. Keywords:  Vocabulary, Picture Media
THE USE OF ROLE PLAY TO IMPROVE SPEAKING SKILL FOR GRADE XI OF SMK SANGKURIANG 2 CIMAHI Gumelar, Agung; Sugara, Aditya Dwi
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 6 (2019): VOLUME 2 NUMBER 6, November 2019 (Accepted Papers)
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The qualitative data were analyzed by reducing the data, displaying the data, drawing conclusion and verification. The outcome of the quantitative data is the main score of the test . The validity of the research data was, effect, progression, catalytic, and dialogic validity. The reliability of the research data used three step of triangulation, the first is time triangulation, the second is investigator triangulation, and the last theoretical triangulation, finally we have to used inter-rater reliability. The the pre-test result that the mean score of the grammar in the students’ performance was only 2.0. The vocabulary mean score was 2.5, the perception mean score is 2.7, the fluency mean score was 2.2, and the pronunciation’s mean score was  2.3. Meanwhile, the mean score of the grammar in the students’ performance in the post-test was 3.0. Then, the vocabularies mean score is 3.5, the perception mean score is 3.2. the fluency mean score is 3,0, and the pronunciations mean score is 3.0. Therefore, it is very clear that there were significant improvements on the students’ speaking skill through the use of role play. Therefore, it was very clear that there were significant improvements on the students’ speaking skill through the use of role play. Keywords: improvements, role plays, speaking skill
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION AND THEIR LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT Yanuarti, Hilva; Rosmayanti, Dian
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 1, No 6 (2018): Volume 1 Number 6, November 2018
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Among the factor influencing students learning, motivation becomes one of the momentous factors that  may affect students learning achievement. The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between students’ motivation and their learning achievement. The subject were 88 second year students at Science major class of an Islamic high school in Cimahi City in the second semester of the Academic year 2018. The research uses quantitative corelation as a method consisting of two variables, namely students motivation (independent) and students achievement (dependent). The writers uses questionnaire as an instrument to collect the data and the student English score from their English teacher. The data analyze use SPSS. Finding from this study indicate that there are any relationship between students motivation and their learning achievement. The relationship between students’ motivation and their English learning achievement was   significantly and has Medium Correlation. When the result showing 0.580 appropriate with Pearson Correlation degree Value 0.41 s/d 0.60 = Medium Correlation. Keywords:  Relationship, Motivation, Achievement
IMPROVING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY IN THE PROCESS OF LEARNING ENGLISH DISCUSSION USING TALKING CHIPS TECHNIQUE Nurjanah, Titin; Widiastuti, Wida; Kareviati, Evi
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Volume 2 Number 2, March 2019
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This research is a classroom action research. The objectives of this study were: (1) to find out whether there were significant differences in students' speaking abilities after being taught through Talking Chips techniques, and (2) to find out which techniques were better for improving students. 'Speaking ability. This research was conducted on second grade students at YAS Sindangkerta High School. The method used in this study is Class Action Research. The research was on two cycles with total meetings were seven; three meetings were for tests, and four meetings were for treatment. Each cycle covered the step of planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. The data were analyzed by using independent sample t-test in SPSS 16.0. There is a significant difference of the students’ speaking ability achievement between the students who were taught through the Talking Chips technique and taught without Talking Chips technique. In Cycle 1 the increase score 59.62 while in cycle 2 is 72.25. From the result of the data, teaching speaking through Talking Chips technique is more effective to increase students’ speaking ability because Talking Chips technique can give more enjoyable speaking atmosphere for students in the classroom. Keywords:  Talking Chips, Speaking ,Car
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY AND THEIR READING COMPREHENSION AT THE SEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS’ OF MTs DAARUL IHSAN Bahri, Dasep Samsul
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Volume 1, No 2 (2018), March 2018
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The study investigated the correlation between students’ vocabulary mastery and their reading comprehension. Data were collected from 32 seventh grade students. The test item of vocabulary mastery and reading comprehension were given to the students to measure their level of vocabulary mastery and reading comprehension. The results were compared to find out the correlation between those variables. Showed that there was the strong correlation between students’ vocabulary mastery and their reading comprehension. The current study concluded that students’ experiences’ experiences and reading strategies help the students to understand text but vocabulary was more contributive in helping the students to comprehend the texts.

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