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A BOOK REVIEW: DISCOURSE ANALYSIS Suratno, Antonius
Celt (Terakreditasi) Vol 12, No 1 (2012)
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THE SOUNDNESSOF ARGUMENTSANDTHE EMERGENCE OF PARTICULAR FIGURES OF SPEECH IN MARIO TEGUHS GOLDEN WAYS SPEECH Tjondropurnomo, Clemens; Budiyana, Y. E.; Hartono, Heny
Celt Vol 11, No 2 (2011)
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Motivation has evolved as a need of many peoples life, today. The number of motivators also proliferates gradually along with their steadfast-buffs both at international and domestic scale. The man of the hour of Indonesian motivator currently is Mario Teguh. Persuasive language functions as a primary weapon to win over people. In this research, Toulmins model (exposing the forms of argument structure) together with figures of speech are used to be the theories that correspond to central route and peripheral route in Elaboration Likelihood Model. The data which consist of three episodes of Mario Teguh Golden Ways were downloadedfrom Youtubewebsite, and transcribed for further analysis. The outcome of this research is that the arguments made by Mario Teguh shows the soundness of the arguments.In addition, some particular figures of speech often emergedin his speech. This article discusses the soundness of the argument, the forms of argument structure based on Tau/mins model and the discoveryoffigures of speech in Mario TeguhGo/denWays speech.
POT LUCK: CULTURE, FOOD AND THE MARIJUANA EFFECT Sanyal, Sudipto
Celt Vol 9, No 2 (2009)
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This paper is an attempt to open up discussions on marijuana as a psychoactive substance that engages with food and the act of eating in very complex and discursive ways. This study conducts numerous interviews that demonstrate that. frequently, marijuana is not the countercultural drug it is commonly supposed to be if analysed in its relations to food habits and the act of consumption. It also brings to light the surprising ways in which marijuana affects attitudes towards certain kinds of foods. thereby open up a space for a kind of psycho geographical tourism within the self.
COHESIVE DEVICE RECOGNITION SKILLBUILDING EXERCISES: A WAY TO HELP STUDENTS IMPROVE THEIR READING COMPREHENSION ACHIEVEMENT Sukamto, stephanus
Celt Vol 7, No 1 (2007)
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This study was designed to investigate the possibility that there might be a significant improvement on the students reading comprehension achievement following the treatment through Cohesive Device Recognition Skill-Building Exercises. It was conducted under the principles of the one group pretest-posttest (repeated-measures) design. 4 J students of Economics Education of FKIP-Unila attending English as a general subject were chosen as the subjects. These students were introduced and trained with the skill and encouraged to firstly recognize the cohesive devices employed in the texts, then classify their types and functions across the sentences and paragraphs, and finally to check their comprehension about the texts on hand. As the design suggests, this research administered pretest and posttest as the main instruments in collecting the data. The data were analyzed using Repeated Measures-Matched T-test. The result shows that t-observe (6./79) is higher than Hable (2.704) which means that there is a significant improvement on the students reading comprehension achievement following the treatment. This seems to suggest that this technique worked well and was found effective in this stud)~ Since the study was conducted to an intact class and even though the test allows us to generalize, the design of the study precludes such generalization. Therefore, further study involving randomly selected and randomly assigned subjects would certainly provide more interesting findings.
MORAL VALUES OF MASSACHUSETTS SOCIETY IN THE PURITAN ERA: A STUDY ON NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE’S THE SCARLET LETTER Sumekto, Didik Rinan
Celt (Terakreditasi) Vol 14, No 2 (2014)
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This study aimed at revealing and discussing the life of Arthur Dimmesdale and Hester Prynne as depicted in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, which adopted the moral values set in the past nineteenth century Massachusetts society. The research used the historical qualitative method by focusing on empirical facts found in the research site in accordance with the structural society existence in a particular period. Data collection and interpretation technique was applied systematically by explaining and describing the actions and events of the story with facts about the Puritan dogma. The findings showed that the moral values had described the life of Arthur and Hester, as the major character via (1) the satirical outline on the actual world of morality within Massachusetts society; (2) the degree of Puritan morality, hypocrisy, guilt and final painful expiation to Arthur and Hester, to which they had condemned, violated, and led to a consequence of punishment upon their moral hazard, since the law of God and the man–made law treachery were seductively done on behalf of love; and (3) the empirical understanding of the consequence and positive implication of life in struggling for honesty, honor, dignity, strength and endurance
LITERACY FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE McAnuff-Gumbs, Michelle
Celt Vol 4, No 1 (2004)
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Literacy has become a sitefor playing out the unjust social arrangements of hierarchy and inequity in our educational institutions, where minorities and marginalized others predictably fail (Gilmore, 2003: 10). It isfor this reason that this paper examines teacher attitudes to obstacles to the establishment of literacy partnerships with parents of children of poverty. The intersection of such altitude with issues of equity of access to and participation in educational service has become the main focus. Teacher altitude is explored along eight dimensions grounded in the psychological literature. In terms of research, this paper discusses also the forces that contribute to failed or failing partnership efforts.
CATERING STUDENTS NEEDS TO PROMOTE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE IN EFL LITERATURE CLASS WITH REFERENCE TO RESPONSE-CENTRED CURRICULUM Said, Ishkak
Celt Vol 13, No 1 (2013)
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The success of literature instruction is dependent upon not only the teaching strategies, but also the well-developed curriculum, which accommodates student needs. Teaching practice of literature in the multicultural contexts has to do with teachers belieft in approaching to their day-to-day practice endowed in the curriculum they are concerned with. In this respect, the existing literature curricula should ideally reflect aesthetic experiences that enhance students freedom and enjoyment with literary works assigned The present study examines how three case High School English teachers from different sites with different multicultural entities in West Java, Indonesia, developed literature curricula in such a way that their students got free room to express what they wanted and needed to say and to do. Following the traditions of a qualitative multi-case and -site study, the present study investigated the process of teaching literature in language studies streams of the three sites by occupying classroom observation and interview, and administering questionnaires as well. The findings revealed that, in their classroom practices, the three cases endeavored to cater their students needs through developing negotiated response-based literature curriculum that led to varied and unique activities in the forms of celebrations showing their personal engagements in responding to.Jiterature assigned. Yet, their different schooling systems and contextual factors, and the subjects perspectives in literature pedagogy and their lived-through literary. reading experiences, have made each case indicate typical and unique phenomena, which is in accordance with the spirit of school-based curriculum.
THE GENDER ROLE CHANGE OF SCARLETT O’HARA AS A PORTRAYAL OF THE HIGH-CLASS SOUTHERN WHITE WOMEN’S LIFE Riyandari, Angelika; Hartono, Heny; Prakoso, Rendra Bening
Celt Vol 6, No 2 (2006)
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The high-class Old Southern United States women had played their gender roles as wives, dolls, drudges, playmates, breadwinner and heroines for both their families and country. The coming of the American Civil War in 1861 was one important event for these women to prove themselves as an independent figure in the danger of invasion and famine without help from men. From their beginning gender role as a graceful wealthy plantation mistress then suddenly reduced into poverty, Margaret Mitchell portrays the struggle of these women in the figure of Scarlett O’Hara as the protagonist character of her only novel.
ROLE OF MEMORY IN SHAPING CHARACTERS’ IDENTITY IN MAHESH DATTANI’S FINAL SOLUTIONS Sigroha, Suman
Celt Vol 13, No 2 (2013)
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While writing of contemporary issues Mahesh Dattani constructs a sense of a shared urban cultural identity, which is upper-middle class, professional, English speaking and a ‘cityfied’ identity. Memory plays a very important part in the plays. Public memory is time and again juxtaposed with personal memory, and it becomes a means to explain and justify the political acts committed for personal interests. This paper looks at how memory, personal as well public, shapes the identities (social, personal and religious) of characters in Mahesh Dattani’s Final Solutions. Incidents are important, but only to explain why and how the people populate his plays, acting in ways that they do. The psychological action is of greater relevance than any physical action that takes place in the play. He reveals his characters by placing them in situations where they are forced to analyze themselves in the light of what happened in their lives in the past.
MULTIMEDIA AND ITS EFFECT ON THE QUALITY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Gilakjani, Abbas Pourhosein; Ahmadi, Seyedeh Mahsoumeh
Celt Vol 11, No 1 (2011)
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One of the most important uses of technology is that it makes it easy for instructors to incorporate multimedia into their teaching. There are different multimedia tools. Three of the most popular ones are visual, auditory, and kinaesthetic in which students take in information. Some students are visual learners, while others are auditory or kinaesthetic learners. While students use all of their senses to take in information, they seem to have preferences in how they learn best. In order to help students learn, teachers need to teach as many of these preferences as possible. Therefore, teachers can incorporate these multimedia tools in their curriculum activities so that students are able to succeed in their classes. This study is an analysis of multimedia tools for Iranian EFL students. Over 100 students complete a questionnaire to determine if their multimedia tools are auditory, visual, or kinaesthetic. The purpose of this study is to increase faculty awareness and understanding of the impact of multimedia tools on the teaching process. A review of the literature along with analysis of the data will determine how multimedia tools affect the teachingprocess.

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