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IJOLTL (Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics)
ISSN : 25022326     EISSN : 25028278     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.30957/
Core Subject : Education, Social,
IJOLTL invites original manuscripts in the fields of language, language teaching, linguistics, and applied linguistics. Although articles are written in English, the IJOLTL welcomes studies dealing with the teaching of languages other than English as well. Research on culture of various perspectives as well as linguistics is also welcome. In addition, IJOLTL also considers papers in the areas of applied linguistics, language testing, pragmatic, sociolinguistics and discourse analysis. Reviews of literature are also acceptable for the IJOLTL. The length of paper should be between 3,500 to 8,000 words as defined in the author’s guidelines.
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 79 Documents
A BLENDED LEARNING MODULE ON THE WRITING ACADEMIC PURPOSE COURSE (A RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT APPROACH) Eny Maulita Purnama Sari; Nurul Aini
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 3 (2019): September 2019
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This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of the module based on blended learning model in ?Writing Academic Purpose? course, to evaluate the validity of the module based on the assessment by the Context, linguists and media experts used validation sheets. The module was developed using Research and Development Approach (R&D). the outputs of this research was an blended learning module of ?Writing Academic Purpose?. The module was implemented using the e-learning system of UNU Lampung. The subject of this research was the blended learning module that implemented to the English Department students. The object of the research were the content of the module. The module is declared valid from the validation by validators, the module could improve the students? reasoning and creativity, the module?s effectiveness is achieved in this study.
AN ANALYSIS OF IMPERATIVE SENTENCE IN “UANG PANAI” MOVIE Muhammand Fajri Hidayatullah; Dedi Rahman Nur
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 3 (2019): September 2019
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This study aimed to analyze the type and function of the Imperative sentence that appeared in ?Uang Panai? Movie. The researcher applied content analysis design. The subject of this study is the characters in ?Uang Panai? Movie. And the object of study was imperative sentences used by the characters in the movie. The instrument used in this study was the checklist. The researcher found 98 positive imperative sentences and 30 Negative imperative sentences. The particles used in a positive imperative sentence in Bugise Language found in Uang Panai Movie mostly the character used particle to stress the command and also the researcher found that in Bugise imperative there are using Ko and Ki to represent you but Ki is more polite than using ko. The researcher also found 83 imperative sentences as command with the most particle used is to give emphasis to the listener to do something, 14 imperative sentence as a request with the most marker used is marker ki to represent politeness and word ?tolong? and 30 imperative sentence as a prohibition used word ?jangan? with mostly marker used is ko to give more stress to the listener for not to do something.
ANALYSIS OF LEARNERS’ CLASSROOM INTERACTION USING LISTING AND COMPARING TASK IN ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM OF CENDERAWASIH UNIVERSITY TEACHING CONTEXT Gultom, Monika
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 2 (2019): May 2019
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The main focus of this research is the analysis of interactions between students (learner-to-learner interaction) in the context of cooperative learning through pair-group learning activities. The pair-group learning activities were provided to make sure the intense of the interaction that focus on doing the ordering, task listing, and problem solving tasks. This current research uses descriptive qualitative method by collaborating with students as the subject of this study acting as a key instrument in order to collect data as authentically as possible in the data collection of interactions that occur between students through voice recording. The results showed that the interaction occurred in within the English language education study program FKIP UNCEN are still dominated by lecturers, such as asking questions, error corrections, lectures, explained and waiting for the learners? response, and therefore suggested to create an encouraged atmosphere of activeness and participation regarding the kinds of learning activities that "force" students to interact in smaller groups to ensure the equal opportunities to interact within the group using cooperative learning activities with a focus on ordering task, listing task, and problem solving task.
PROPAGANDA IN THE GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE IN EAST KALIMANTAN PUBLISHED IN ONLINE NEWS PORTAL Geroda, Godefridus Bali; Arbain, Arbain; Nur, Dedi Rahman
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 2 (2019): May 2019
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Propaganda can be identified using basic kinds of propaganda and seven techniques to present propaganda. White, Black, Agitation, Integration, Disinformation, Bureaucratic, Counterpropaganda, Hate, and Deed is the most useful categorization of propaganda according to Cunningham which is includes in nine basic categories of propaganda. The focus of this study is to analyze context and techniques of propaganda used in Online News Portal of East Kalimantan.  The analysis of the content and techniques of propaganda obtained from the news articles in Online News Portal is therefore to explore how a certain message is described. The result show that present message in the propaganda, propagandist in in Online News Portal used seven techniques: (1) name calling, (2) glittering generalities, (3) transfer, (4) testimonial, (5) plain folks, (6) bandwagon, and (7) card stacking.
IMPLEMENTATION OF LOCAL CONTEXT VOCABULARY EXPOSURE IN TEACHING ENGLISH AT SMP NEGERI 1 PADAIDO BIAK REGENCY Krisifu, Adolfina
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 2 (2019): May 2019
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The study aims at investigating the effect of local content vocabulary exposure in teaching English at SMPN 1 Padaido Biak Regency. This study employed a descriptive study and total sampling conducted to 75 students (from the first to third grades) of SMP Negeri 1 Mbromsi, in Aimando subdistrict, Padaido islands of Biak Regency.  Data were gained from students? results of pre and post tests on vocabulary relating to things near them or familiar to them like things in the sea. The result shows  that the implementation of contextual teaching and learning have brought influence to students? vocabulary achievement since the approach allows teachers to creatively produce their learning materials that accommodate students? learning needs based on school  and home environments as well as to develop freely their pedagogical techniquest in fun ways.  
ANALYSIS TYPES OF STUDENTS TRANSLATION IN WIDYA GAMA MAHAKAM SAMARINDA UNIVERSITY Ferawaty Hermawan; Arbain; Ariyanti
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 2 (2019): May 2019
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This research investigates analysis students types of translation in Widya Gama Mahakam Samarinda University. This research focuses on what types of translation students use to translate a text or any kind of text. Data collection consisted of an interview guide and observation sheet as proof of the answer to the question given by the researcher. The researcher uses a qualitative research design to obtain for the data. The result of this research showed that the types of translation often use by students? are the first word to word translation or four of ten students? 34%, second Semantic translation or three of students? 30%, third literal translation or two of students? 20% and the last or one of students? 3% for each types of translation there are free translation and borrowing translation. The conclusion of this research, based on the result of the interviewed before showed that it makes the writer certain that word to word translation is a great strategy for students to avoid the mistake meaning itself and to make them easier to understand the text that they translate. This is also can help them increase their vocabulary by translate word to word.
THE IMPACT OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT FEEDBACK ON IDIOM TRANSLATING SKILL OF IRANIAN EFL COLLEGE STUDENTS Vahid Edalati Bazzaz; Maryam Niami; Shahrbanoo Mohammadi
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 3 (2019): September 2019
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This study examines the effectiveness and efficacy of teachers' direct vs. indirect feedback on students' idiom translating skills. To achieve this purpose, 23 Iranian university students from two intact classes were randomly assigned to two experimental groups: direct feedback group in which the teacher located and gave the correct translation of idiom and indirect feedback group in which the teacher only noted the number of wrong translations of idioms. The study lasted 10 weeks in the course of which the participants had to translate a short text from ?Idioms and Metaphorical Expressions in Translation? by ?Ghaffar Tajalli?. The study included a pre-test, a treatment for experimental groups, and a post-test to see whether or not the treatment had been effective. The statistical analyses indicated the effectiveness of direct feedback inaccurate use of the translation of idioms. Therefore, the results can provide some useful insights into translating courses, syllabus design, and translator training courses.
COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES USED BY EFL LEARNERS WITH DIFFERENT ENGLISH ACHIEVEMENTS IN ORAL COMMUNICATION Anggit Prasetio Nugroho
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 3 (2019): September 2019
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This article aims to identify the communication strategies used by the learners with low and high English achievement in classroom oral communication and to describe the difference of the frequency of using communication strategies from low and high achievement learners. This research used a descriptive research. The researcher used a case-study design because the present research concentrated on communication strategies used by the learners with low and high English achievement in a specific setting. The 30 learners of the eleventh-grade learners at SMA Negeri 1 Malang was selected as research subject. The result showed that the learners employed 14 communication strategies. The mostly used by the learners was time-gaining strategy and followed by self-repetition, self-repair, appeal for help, code-switching, circumlocution, approximation, use of all-purpose word, other-repetition, message abandonment, other correction, topic avoidance, use of non-linguistic mean, and literal translation. This research also found that the learners with low English achievement used communication strategies more frequently than the learners with high achievement.
THE EFFECT OF E-LEARNING BASED SCHOOLOGY ON THE LEARNING OUTCOMES IN NURSING PROGRAM Dzul Rachman; Sunarti; Arbain
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 3 (2019): September 2019
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The fast advance of information technology has attempted English teachers with innovative and recent teaching models. This study focuses on the use of Schoology in ESP nursing class. The quantitative research was done with one group pre-test and post-test design. The samples were the second semester ESP class of Nursing program as an experimental group that consists of 122 students and 122 students as a control group. The instruments used the test to measure the students? cognitive achievement. The inferential analysis used in this research was a t-test. Based on the results of Group Statistics, it is found that the average value of the posttest for the control group was 61.05 while the experimental group was 84. Thus, statistically, it can be concluded that there are significant differences in learning outcomes between the control group with the lecture method and the experimental group using Schoology. In other words, the use of Schoology is effective in learning also helps improve English learning outcomes of students of Nursing Program.
CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS ON DONALD TRUMP’S STRATEGY AGAINST HIS ADDRESSEE TO WIN THE US ELECTION sujito, Sujito; Indriana, Indriana; Muttaqin, Wildan Mahir
IJOLTL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 4 No. 1 (2019): January 2019
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 Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) deals with long term analysis of fundamental causes and consequences of issues. This paper is an attempt to explain how a single issue, that is the US presidential election, is correlated by the existence of jihadist militant and manipulated using political ideology. This study also examines the persuasive strategies of Donald Trump to win the US 2016 Election. In this study, van Dijk?s (2004) frameworks of Politics, Ideology, and Discourse is used to detect discursive structure within the transcript of Donald Trump?s speech and analyze the manner in which language can be a tool at the hands of speakers to persuade and create agreement toward the hearer. The macro strategy of positive self-representation and negative other representation, plus the other 25 more subtle strategies has become one significant way in the creation and neutralization of ideology and personal opinion. The application of this dichotomous categorization in CDA of Donald Trump?s strategy toward his addressee to win the US election has asserted the fact that ideological manipulations are used, expressed, enacted and implanted through discursive structures to persuade the audiences. The findings of this study can be conducive to expand students? critical thinking abilities in comprehension and production of language and also in revitalizing the neglected construct of language proficiency.