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Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching
ISSN : 2338882X     EISSN : 25801473     DOI : 10.32332
Core Subject : Education, Social,
Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching is a journal published by the State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) of Metro. It specializes in English Language Teaching and is intended to communicate original researches and current issues on the subject. This journal is published twice a year. This journal encompasses original research articles and short communications, including Field research pertaining to Language Teaching focus of study: English Language Teaching (ELT), English as Second Language (ESL), English as Foreign Language (EFL) and English Language Teaching in Indonesia (TEFLIN).
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Challenges Faced by English Teachers: Implementation of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) in Designing Assignments in East Indonesia Ginting, Aprilia Arnis; Kuswandono, Paulus
Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 8 No 1 (2020): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
Publisher : State Institute for Islamic Studies IAIN of Metro

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (324.877 KB) | DOI: 10.32332/pedagogy.v8i1.1688

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Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) have been implemented in Indonesia as part of the 21st Century learning to face Industry Revolution 4.0. The implementation of HOTS is also fully supported by the Minister of Education (MoE) considering, that those critical thinking skills are fundamental to facilitate the graduates with problem-solving and decision making. Nevertheless, very limited references discuss English teacher perceptions on the implementation of HOTS in terms of designing assignments for English learning. As HOTS implementation cannot be separated from the teachers’ role, the teachers are supposed to exhibit good skills in designing assignments by integrating HOTS aspects. The research question and objective of this study relate to the following issue: what are the challenges of designing HOTS assignments as perceived by English teachers in East Indonesia? The research participants were twenty Senior High School English teachers in Flores Island, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. The researchers developed our research instruments, namely questionnaire, class observation, Focus Group Discussion (FGD), and interview. The data were subsequently cross-checked with the results from each instrument to triangulate the data consistency. This study indicated that the participants had a positive perception of designing HOTS assignments. However, the participants also faced challenges in its implementation. They were divided into three categories, namely: teachers’ knowledge, teachers’ preparation, and students’ limited ability. These findings also provided the reasons why English teachers need to construct positive awareness on the importance of HOTS in designing assignments to improve the quality of the English learning process.
A Comparative Analysis of Spoken Error of Students’ Utterances Kafifah, Nur; Aini, Nurul
Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 8 No 1 (2020): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (348.917 KB) | DOI: 10.32332/pedagogy.v8i1.1926

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This present study deals with the comparative analysis in spoken production errors made by the 2nd and the 4th-semester students of English Education Study Program in STKIP Kumala Metro. The objectives of this research are to comparative the types of errors, the frequency of error, the dominant type of errors, the similarities and differences of errors, and the sources of errors. The type of this research is qualitative research. The data of this research are utterances containing errors taken from the 2nd and the 4th-semester students. In collecting data, the researcher listened to the audio record carefully, writes the scripts correctly, then identifies the data, and selects the data deals with the types of errors. The researcher used Clark and Clark, Dulay, Burt, and Krashen's theory to analyze the errors. The results indicated that there are three types of errors made by the 2nd-semester students, namely, speech errors (78,22%), morphological errors (15,6%), and syntactical errors (6,06%). Whereas, the erroneous made by the 4th-semester students are speech errors (83,86%), morphological errors (13,1%), and syntactical errors (2,93%). The speech errors made by the 2nd and the 4th-semester students have similarities and differences. The similarities of speech errors that found by the researcher were: silent pause, filled pause, repeats, false start (unretracted), false start (retraced), correction, interjection, stutters, a slip of the tongue, error in pronunciation, error in vocabulary, error in word selection, the omission of bound morpheme-s, the omission of to be, the addition of to be, the omission of the verb, the omission of –Ing, the addition of –Ing, and misuse of to be. The differences of errors made by the 2nd and the 4th-semester students are in the addition of preposition, malformation, and disordering. The dominant error made by students is filled pause. These speech errors mostly caused by three sources; cognitive difficulty, situational anxiety, and social reason.
The Effective 21st-century Pedagogical Competence as Perceived by Pre-service English Teachers Siregar, Renol Aprico
Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 8 No 1 (2020): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (325.398 KB) | DOI: 10.32332/pedagogy.v8i1.1953

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As teaching is considered as a lifelong process, teachers should always intend to develop themselves to be able to effectively conduct the teaching and learning process. This study aimed at exploring the view of pre-service English teachers towards the effective 21st-century teachers’ pedagogical competence and how they develop their pedagogical competence for their future teaching. The data were obtained through interviews and questionnaires. The study was qualitatively conducted as a case study by involving 12 pre-service English teachers purposively chosen due to their familiarity with the study issue. The results indicated that in terms of 21st-century education, the participants perceived that the pedagogical competence focused on teachers’ capability of integrating the technology in classrooms and teachers’ ability to exploit adjusted methods and materials which furnish students with skills appropriate to their future real-life careers. Further, there were eight very crucial traits of effective 21st-century pedagogical competence perceived by the participants. They were extended to; facilitating and inspiring students to learn creatively, utilizing, designin
Didactic Symbol of Visual Images in EFL Textbook: Multi-modal Critical Discourse Analysis Purwaningtyas, Titin
Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 8 No 1 (2020): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (441.656 KB) | DOI: 10.32332/pedagogy.v8i1.1959

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The textbook plays an essential role for students in the teaching and learning process. Imagery, combined with texts in the textbook, makes subjects easy to understand. Images are generally used to convey things we can't tell in the text. Visual images help students make sense of output and input around them. This study investigates the representation of the visual image in the EFL textbook proposed by using a multimodal discourse analysis method. The researcher used the framework from Kress van Leeuwen. Information from all visual images consist of 158 images in the Indonesian EFL textbook is collected as the data in this study. The results showed that females (70%) portions were more commonly portrayed than males ( 30%). In terms of social roles, females have the same proportion of occupations as males. In terms of image appearance, the foreign and Indonesian cultures portrayed to show the tolerance culture. This study aims to explore the meaning of the integrated use of semiotic resources, such as visual image representation in the textbook. The researcher expected students and teachers as textbook users could increase their understanding with the subject of teaching and learning by interpreting the visual images effectively. This study recommends to the textbook user that visual images appearances can strengthen the text or written material in the textbook. Also, it suggests textbook publishers be more concerned and synchronize between the written content and the visual representation portrayed not to occur misinterpretation among the textbook users.
Extensive Listening Practice in EFL Classroom with Variety of News Websites Barella, Yusawinur; Linarsih, Andini
Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 8 No 1 (2020): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (272.308 KB) | DOI: 10.32332/pedagogy.v8i1.1961

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One potential of extensive online listening materials is that, unlike intensive listening, EFL students can listen independently by using audio listening features. It encourages students to practice listening and to promote listening fluency and autonomous learning outside the classroom. However, little research has investigated how lower English proficiency students from non- English department in EFL setting, undertaking the process of extensive listening. This study requires some Indonesian students at the tertiary level to select the appropriate materials with their proper level of listening speed to the individual learner. It was a weekly assignment to practice listening outside their classroom. This study seeks to investigate the websites that the EFL students with low proficiency levels choose to do their extensive listening activities, the types of news that may interest the students to listen, and the perception of the extensive listening activities. The results showed that students use captioned- provided websites as their media instruction in listening for pleasure with a variety of news.
Fostering Students’ Descriptive Text Writing Ability: Please Strategy Vs. Idea Details Strategy Kurniati, Windi; Wijaya, M. Sayid; Rohmatillah, Rohmatillah
Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 8 No 1 (2020): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (334.548 KB) | DOI: 10.32332/pedagogy.v8i1.1952

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The aim of this research is to investigate whether is there a significant difference between the use of PLEASE Strategy and Idea Details Strategy in increasing students’ descriptive text writing ability. This research methodology used was a static group comparison. The population of this research was 8th-grade students of the second semester at SMP Negeri 2 Menggala. The total sample in this research was 64 students, chosen by using cluster sampling: VIII A as experimental class A taught by using PLEASE strategy and VIII B as experimental class B taught by using Idea Details strategy. Pre-test and post-test were implemented to collect the data. From the data analysis computed by using SPSS, it was found the result of independent sample t-test Sig. = 0.008 and α = 0.05. It meant that Ha was accepted. There was a significant difference between the use of PLEASE strategy and Ideas Details strategy in increasing students’ descriptive text writing ability.
In-Service EFL Teachers Engagement in Reflective Practice: What Tools do In-service Teachers Utilize to Reflect their Teaching? Cholifah, Anjar Nur; Asib, Abdul; Suparno, Suparno
Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 8 No 1 (2020): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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As long-life learners, teachers should not stop learning and evaluating their teaching-learning process. One of the ways to evaluate or reflect a teacher’s teaching is by conducting reflective practice. Reflective practice or sometimes called reflective teaching is not a new concept. In the education field, reflective teaching has been enforced as a means to develop teacher professionalism. This study aims at reviewing some reflective practice tools utilized by in-service teachers in reflecting their classroom performance as an attempt to improve their teaching. Two in-service teachers with teaching experience ranging from 3-10 years are concerned with this research. Data gained through interviews. The data collected are compiled by applying Miles, Huberman, & Saldana’s (2014) interactive model data analysis. The results of data analysis reveal the individual differences among in-service teachers’ preference in doing reflection toward their teaching. The finding of this study leads in-service teachers to know kinds of tools used in reflective practice in their teaching-learning process to improve their teaching quality and learning outcomes.
The Realization of Code Switching: An Analysis of the Novices of Pre-Service Teachers in EFL Classroom Huda, S.Thoriqul; Hakim, Mujibul; Mizam, Muhammad
Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 8 No 1 (2020): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (277.718 KB) | DOI: 10.32332/pedagogy.v8i1.2203

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Code-switching is one of the linguistics phenomena in daily activities. The study aims at focusing on the novices of pre-service teachers’ who use code-switching in the EFL classroom. It also explains why novices use code-switch in the learning process. The study used a qualitative approach. The data was recorded and transcribed to analyze why and how code-switching was used by nine novices in the classroom of MA NU Batang. The analysis of the classroom revealed that nine novices used code-switched in categorizing the forms of the utterances. The result shows that: (1) There are two ways in which the novices use code-switching in teaching and learning process, including form (word, phrase, and sentence) and function and condition were 132 or 55% utterances of code-switching (2) The novices use code-switching from L2 to L1 including form (word, phrase, and sentence) in learning activities. (4) The reason that the novices use code-switching in the classroom is to help the students when they explain in difficult words, phrases, or sentences the lesson. (5) The use of code-switching makes their students easier to understand what they are learning. Therefore, code-switching has a good effect in EFL classrooms to facilitate teaching and learning.

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