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CELTIC is published twice a year, in June and December. This journal welcomes articles in the form of research reports or library research on Literature (English), Linguistics (English, Indonesian), Culture (English, Indonesia) and Teaching (English, Indonesian).
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DOES DIET START TOMORROW? A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF SELF-DEPRECATING HUMOR AGAINST DIET CULTURE IN DIET STARTS TOMORROW Chaerani, Astrid Restu; Junaidi, Junaidi
Celtic: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature and Linguistics Vol 6, No 2 (2019): December 2019
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/CELTICUMM.Vol6.No2.51-62

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The hegemonic diet culture has recently become ruled out due to its painful methods of losing weight and its bad side effect for health. However, it is hardly denied that many women still put their body weight as a big matter due to the perpetuated portrayal of slim female figures throughout visual media. This article contains a discourse analysis of the Instagram page Diet Starts Tomorrow (@dietstartstomorrow), a humor-branded page reflecting upon female?s daily life that tends to involve diet culture in it throughout textual jokes. Data obtained from numbers of humorous text contain self-criticism, rejection, and circumvention of so-called healthy lifestyle written and posted by mostly female speakers. Through Gramscian lens, it is explored that self deprecating humor articulates young women?s resistance towards the hegemonic diet culture. Self deprecation primarily serves as a comfort space for young women, boosts self-confidence, and creates mutual understanding between audience through unveiling their emotional vulnerability. The results of the study refer to the humorous self-deprecatory text as a critique towards strict diet methods and beauty standards, for example by not judging female who keep consuming junk food or large portions of food. The research suggests further examination on how language is utilized to empower fat movement within the society of both gender.
JAVANESE LANGUAGE INTERFERENCE IN THE PRONUNCIATION OF ENGLISH PHONEMES Wardani, Niasisca Agustia; Suwartono, Tono
Celtic: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature and Linguistics Vol 6, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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The objective of this research was to investigate the difficulties encountered by Javanese learners inpronouncing the English phonemes and identify factors affecting their pronunciation of the phonemesin the Department of English Language Teaching of Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto (UMP). The researcher used survey as the research method. The population in this research was 6th and 8th semester students who had already passed pronunciation and phonetics subject. While the samples are those who had Javanese background. The data was collected through pronunciation test in a form of audio recording and interview. The major findings of this research are 1) the researcher found that the Javanese learners of English encountered difficulties in pronouncing 13 consonant sounds /?, v, ?, ð, z, ?, f, g, k, d, ?, ?, j/ and 17 vowel sounds /æ, ??, i:, e?, a?, ?:, ?:, u:, ?, ??, ??, ?,  ?:, ?, ??, ??, a?/. While the rest, 14 English sounds /p, b, t, s, h, ?, m, n, l, r, w, ?, ?, ?/ were clearly pronounced by the Javanese learners of English. 2) There are four factors influencing Javanese in learning English pronunciation, among others are; age, first language, exposure, and motivation.  
DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION IN ACCOMMODATING INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES OF EFL STUDENTS Tanjung, Pradana Akbar; Ashadi, Ashadi
Celtic: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature and Linguistics Vol 6, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/CELTICUMM.Vol6.No2.63-72

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ABSTRACTMany EFL (English as a Foreign Language) classrooms all around the globe are full of students with individual differences. Evidently, the students possess individual differences because they come from various settings with diverse backgrounds. The divergences among students might be unique in nature and they could possibly affect the English teaching and learning process. One of the clear examples is the fact that not all learning instructions provided by teachers are effective in accommodating the differences in the classroom. This situation leads to the emergence of implementing differentiated instruction, often believed to be able to give the students equal chances to learn and experience English effectively at their full potential. This library-based paper reviews several previous practices of differentiated instruction in English classrooms. Further, it attempts to examine how differentiated instruction has been implemented in various EFL contexts. It also attempts to reveal the fundamental reasons behind the success of differentiated instruction in the many English classrooms by relating theories and practices of the previous research studies focused on the topic. This paper ends with a summary of the various findings and discusses it in the light of theories and literatures in differentiated instruction with a particular interest in EFL settings.
THE EFFECT OF PEER ASSESSMENT TOWARDS STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL AT SEMESTER II OF STIE MUHAMMADIYAH JAMBI 2018-2019 J, Syilvia Wenny; Fajar, Rahmat
Celtic: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature and Linguistics Vol 6, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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Speaking subject performed at colleges, especially English language courses, is provided to students to actively develop English speaking skills. However, in fact there are still many students who are less taking advantage of the opportunities given. This has an impact on low student speaking skills. The purpose of the study was to investigate the influence of peer assessment of student speech skills in the second semester of Economics Development of STIE Muhammadiyah JambiThe design of this research is a quasi experimental with a posttest-only control group design. The population of the study was the semester II student of Economics Development of STIE Muhammadiyah Jambi year 2018/2019. The population consisted of 75 students. This research sample was class A as the experimental class and B as the control class. Both classes was taken the value of the speaking test which then be compared. The results of this study showed that students taught using peer assessment had better speaking skills than students taught using the teacher assessment.
WHO ARE AMERICANS? ANALYSIS OF OBAMA AND TRUMP’S POLITICAL SPEECHES ON IMMIGRATION Tinshe, Sonia; Junaidi, Junaidi
Celtic: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature and Linguistics Vol 6, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/CELTICUMM.Vol6.No2.73-87

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Immigration has been a crucial discussion in the American politics ever since the nation was still writing its constitution. Seeing how immigrants have shaped the American society, it is important to see how they are perceived, as minorities, by significant political figures, such as the president. The objective of this paper is to understand the ideology behind Obama and Trump?s political speeches about immigration, as well as its relevance to the political discourse and social context in America. Five political speeches from Obama (2009-2014), as well as two political speeches from Trump (2016-2017) are analyzed, as the primary data, using Critical Discourse Analysis, particularly Fairclough?s (1993) three-dimensional framework. The finding shows that Obama?s and Trump?s ideology on immigration is related with their idea of the immigrant?s identity in American society. It is shown through their word choice, such as pejorative adjective, and the theme related with the issue of immigration. Seen from the political discourse, the speeches are showing perceived superiority that the presidents have over immigrants. Moreover, from the social perspective, it dehumanizes and reduces the identity of immigrants.
ANALYSIS OF RELIGIOUS SATIRE IN PBITEKS SONG OF LAWINO Adetuyi, Chris Ajibade; Alex, Patrick Charles
Celtic: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature and Linguistics Vol 6, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/CELTICUMM.Vol6.No2.33-41

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This paper focuses on the analysis of religious satire in Song of Lawino. The study occasionally refers to Okots life history and ideological inclinations and the review of related literature giveng background information that clarifies Okot pBiteks writing as a product of a rich Acholi oral tradition. While a lot has been written on Okots creative works, little attention has been given to the use of satire. The study therefore, identifies and evaluates Okots use of satire in Song of Lawino determines the use of language to achieve satire in the text, and discusses how the author uses satire as a tool to share ideas and opinions on religious perspectives in the society. This study treats satire as the humorous criticism of human weaknesses and foibles and uses this parameter to identify it in the Song of Lawino. This is to throw light on the creative works of Okots and highlight circumstances that may have shaped him into a satirist. The upshot of all these is that the songs are appropriately contextualized with the ultimate finding that satire is an indigenous African phenomenon amply and ably deployed in Okots art.
FOOD: INVISIBLE BRIDGE CONNECTING THE PAST AND PRESENT DAY OF DIASPORIC IDENTITY Hariyatmi, Sri
Celtic: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature and Linguistics Vol 6, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/CELTICUMM.Vol6.No2.42-50

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As people migrate, they move along with their emotional luggage including flavors, aromas, smells, and their gastronomical experience that also travel with them. This paper seeks to explore the role of food in the life of diaspora and how their negotiation to choose food in their new ?home? has become a magical space that allows them to reconfigure their sensory system and eventually makes them a person with richer sensory systems. Several studies have been conducted to explore the relationship between personal identity and food preference. None, however, discusses how food choice influences the reconstruction of identity. Thus, this study aimed at filling the niche by exploring the relationship between food and its influence in reconstructing identity quest.  This qualitative study collected its data from ten diasporas living in Thailand and Indonesia by using an informal semi-structured interview. The interview results were employed as the main data of this study. In addition, a descriptive qualitative technique was used to analyze the data.  Drawing on Babha?s concept of hybridity, this paper argues that firstly, food is an invisible bridge connecting the past and present-day of diasporic identity. Secondly, it also served as the shrine of negotiation for the diaspora in this study to reconfigure their identity in enduring adversity from living under a new dominant culture. 
THE ROLE OF LANGUAGE TEACHING IN WIDENING STUDENT’S GLOBAL VISION Bonafidi, Rinjani
Celtic Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Juni
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Nowadays, English becomes international language that is used by all people around the world. By mastering English language, we can communicate with the people around the world easily. Speaking is one of skills in English which is included in productive skill. Speaking is a crucial part of second language learning and teaching. Speaking is importance, however, for many years, teaching speaking has been undervalued and English teachers have continued to teach speaking just as a repetition of drills or memorization of dialogues. Nowadays, world requires that the goal of teaching speaking should improve students communicative skills, in this part the students can express themselves and learn how to follow the social and cultural rules appropriate in the communicative situation.Teaching English as foreign language in Indonesia is not easy. English teachers, who usually speak English, should prepare techniques which can help them to develop their student’s ability in speaking English. In order to teach learners how to speak in the best way possible, some speaking techniques are provided. Those can be applied to ESL (English as Second Language) and EFL (English as Foreign Language) classroom activities. All techniques and activities in teaching speaking also can widen the student’s global vision towards ASEAN global community in Indonesia right now.
The Internal Aspects of Change on Language Used by Digital Native in Facebook Status Update Hasan Aif, Ramli; Soeparto, Soeparto
A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature & Linguistics. Vol 1, No 1 (2014): June 2014
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The Internal Aspects of Change on Language Used by Digital Native in Facebook Status Update
PROJECT BASED-LEARNING (PBL): AN OFFERED SOLUTION FOR SPEAKING CLASS Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning
Celtic: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature, & Linguistics Vol 2, No 2 (2015): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/CELTICUMM.Vol2.No2.34-42

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This Classroom Action Research (CAR) was intended to describe how Project Based Learning (PBL) could improve students’ speaking ability. This research was carried out to the fact that the students in one of private colleges in Malang faced some speaking problems such as anxiety and limited linguistic competence. The researcher believed that BPL could solve her teaching problem since some research as Permatasari (2013) and Maulany (2013) had come into conclusion that PBL could enhance students’ speaking skill and promote students’ collaborative skill. Following, the previous research, the findings of this particular research, which were revealed from various instruments, agree that PBL can provide optimum opportunity for the students to explore and practice speaking skill so that they can improve their speaking ability. Besides, the findings of the research show that this strategy had challenged the students to demonstrate their team –work ability.