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JEELS
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JEELS (Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies) (P-ISSN: 2407-2575, E-ISSN: 2503-2194) is a scholarly journal aimed to provide a platform for both established and early-career researchers.This journal accepts research-based papers from the fields of English language teaching and linguistics with submissions accepted throughout the year.
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STAD AS A STRATEGY OF TEACHING READING COMPREHENSION IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Ferina, Fitri
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 2, No 1: May 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v2i1.42

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This research investigated whether there was a significant difference on students’ achievement in reading comprehension taught using STAD and lecture method. The sample was the eighth-graders of SMPN 3 Banjarmasin. A quasi-experimental design was employed in this research. The experimental group was taught using STAD while control group was taught using lecture method. A reading comprehension test as the instrument of collecting data was administered for both groups. Based on the research result using t-test, it was found that the t value was higher than t-table (2.39315 > 2.00) which means that there is a significant difference of achievement between the experimental group and control group. From these findings it can be interpreted that the use of STAD is more effective than lecture method in teaching reading comprehension for junior high school students. It is suggested for English teachers in Junior High School to use STAD in teaching reading since it is useful in improving students’ reading comprehension achievement.Keywords: reading comprehension, STAD
DEVELOPING PROPHETICAL STORIES AS A CHARACTER-BASED ENGLISH LEARNING SOURCE Ain, Nurul
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 1, No 1: November 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v1i1.37

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The purpose of this study is to develop the stories as the learning sources for teaching character at English lesson. This research was conducted by using research and developmental design (R & D) because the goal is to develop a product, i.e. the translated stories of Prophets. By developing the adapted model of Borg and Gall (1983), some procedures had been carried out. The product of the research is a book consisting of the translated stories of Prophet which were reviewed by experts in terms of its plot, content, language and design. In short, through this story book of Prophets, students and readers can learn the virtuous – worthy character – of Prophets as the good model for them. Besides, they can also learn English Language, especially in increasing their vocabulary in English. The suggestion given to the product of research was related to quantity of Prophet stories. Since this book just contains the story of the outstanding Prophets, it was suggested to cover all the Prophet stories for the next study.Key words: stories of the Prophets, character education, English lesson
ERRORS MADE BY THE PRESENTERS OF THESIS PROPOSAL SEMINAR IN ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM Aziz, Jalal Abdul
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 1, No 1: November 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v1i1.32

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This study is aimed to find out the types of errors made by the presenters of thesis proposal seminar based on Communicative Effect Taxonomy and to find out whether or not global errors of Communicative Effect Taxonomy made by the presenters of thesis proposal seminar significantly hinder communication between the presenters and the audiences. This study used qualitative approach since the data of this study was taken from 4 students’ presentations which were in the form of words rather than number and statistic. This study revealed that there were 188 errors committed by the students in which 179 and 9 erroneous utterances fall under local error and global error respectively. The local errors consist of 45 lexical errors, 93 morphological errors, and 41 syntactical errors. The global errors consist of 2 wrong order of major constituents, 1 missing, wrong, or misplaced sentence connectors, 1 missing, wrong, or misplaced sentence connectors, and 5 uncategorized global errors. As for the effect of global error to the audience, the writer found out that the global errors did not significantly hinder communication to the audience. Keywords: Error Analysis, thesis proposal seminar, Communicative Effect Taxonomy
IMPLICATURE IN JOHN GREEN’S THE FAULT OF OUR STARS Nanda, Dheril Sofia
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 2, No 1: May 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v2i1.43

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Discourses on revealing meanings in utterances are widely discussed in some fields of linguistics, semantics, presupposition, and implicature. This study is an example of how implicature is employed in a novel, which is a depiction of real life conversation. The aims of this study are to reveal the use of implicature in a novel by using Grice’s cooperative principle framework and to entangle the implied meanings in the conversations in terms of their maxim arrangement. Qualitative research design was used in this study. The result of the study shows that there are two kinds of implicature, namely generalized and particularized conversational implicature. It is also found that there are five patterns of maxims organization in generalized conversational implicatures and four patterns of maxims organization in particularized conversational implicatures.Keywords: implicature, conversational implicature, generalized implicature, particularized implicature, cooperative principle
SOCIAL RELATIONS OF THE LANGUAGE USED IN THE WORLD STATESMAN AWARD TO PRESIDENT SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Mufidah, Anisa; Indah, Rohmani Nur
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 1, No 1: November 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v1i1.38

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This study analyzes the written discourse which contains social relation in Tempo newspaper on The World Statesman Award through multidisciplinary Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) proposed by van Dijk (1998). It concerns with how the discourse of the news has particular purpose in relation to the readers. Employing the theory, this study aims to answer two main questions: (1) What are the social relations of the language use in online Tempo news related to World Statesman Award to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono from Appeal of Conscience Foundation2013? (2) How are the social relations of the language use in online Tempo newspaper to World Statesman Award from Appeal of Conscience Foundation 2013? The data analysis covers first, analysis on the context of news followed by drawing semantic macrostructure. Then, identifying the local meaning of the text as well as the social relation is done. The findings show that the social relations reflected in the social cognition of the news cover the knowledge of shared belief, attitude, or shared opinion, and ideology in both shared knowledge and attitude.Keywords: social relation, multidisciplinary Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA)
GRAMMATICAL ERRORS FOUND IN ARTICLES’ ABSTRACTS OF INDONESIAN SCHOLARLY JOURNALS Wulandari, Indra
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 1, No 1: November 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v1i1.33

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This study is aimed to know the grammatical errors found in the articles’ abstracts of scholarly journals published by one of Indonesian Islamic State Colleges in 2008-2010. The theory used to analyze the data in this case study is Burt and Kiparsky’s theory, namely Surface Strategy Taxonomy. This theory devides errors into errors of omission, errors of addition, errors of misformation and errors of misordering. This results of the study show that there are 172 items of grammatical errors. The most frequent type of grammatical error is omission with the total number is 72 items or 41.9%. The second is errors of misformation which consist of 57 items or 33.1%. The next is errors of addition (27 items or 15.7%) and finally is errors of misordering as the least number of errors with 16 items or 9.3%. Keywords: grammatical errors, surface strategy taxonomy, journals abstract
ENHANCING WRITING ABILITY THROUGH IDEA LISTING TECHNIQUE Miftah, M. Zaini
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 2, No 1: May 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v2i1.44

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The study is aimed at developing the Idea Listing Technique (ILT) to enhance the students‟ writing ability. The Classroom Action Research was applied in this study. The subjects of the study were 31 students, the students taking the course of Writing II, of the third semester of English Department of one State Islamic College at Palangka Raya, Indonesia, in the 2012/2013 academic year. The findings show that the implementation of ILT can enhance the students‟ ability in writing expository paragraph. It is indicated by the enhancements of the percentage of the students achieving the score greater than or equal to C (60-69), and of the percentage of their involvement in the writing activities during the implementation of ILT in Cycle I and II. Thus, the enhancement of the students‟ ability in writing expository paragraph can be reached but it should follow the appropriate procedures of the implementation of ILT having been developed.Keywords: Idea Listing Technique, Writing Ability, Paragraph Writing, Expository Paragraph
COOPERATIVE PRINCIPLE AND ITS MAXIMS OF COMMENTS IN TEXT YOUR SAY OF THE JAKARTA POST Sulton, Ahmad Fauzi
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 1, No 1: November 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v1i1.39

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This study aims to find what maxims and how the maxims are observed or infringed in text your sayof The Jakarta Post based on the cooperative principle and maxims. The research design of this study is descriptive qualitative. The resercher himself is the main instrument. He uses typological analysis (based on categories). In addition, investigator triangulation is usedtovalidate the analysis. The research results show that all maxims are observed and infringed. In this case, the most comments (42 comments from 53) gathered in „text your say’ of The Jakarta Post do not match the cooperative principle and they also infringe and observe one or some of the maxims.Key Words: comments, cooperative principle, maxims
WHAT CONTRIBUTES TO STUDENTS’ SUCCESS IN LEARNING TO SPEAK ENGLISH Sartika, Sartika; Muhammad, Amin
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 1, No 1: November 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v1i1.34

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This study deals with speaking achievement of eighth semester students in English Department of one university in Nusa Tenggara Barat - Indonesia in academic year 2013/2014. The purpose of this study was to find out factors that help students succeed in learning speaking. The method of this research is qualitative research that focuses on case study. The subjects of this study were the eighth semester students who got an A in Speaking I, II and III subjects. Four students were recruited as the research subjects consisting of one female and three males. The data about the students were obtained from the academic databases in the English Department. In collecting the data, semi-structured interviews were conducted. The data, then, were analyzed through some stages namely transcribing data, reducing data, displaying data and drawing conclusion. The result of this study showed that factors contributing to students speaking achievement consist of internal and external factors. The internal factors include motivation and interests, while the external factors involve family, school condition and society.Keywords: success in learning, speaking, case study
SMART STRATEGY TO BOOST STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION
JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 2, No 1: May 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v2i1.46

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Reading as one of language skills plays significant roles in the teaching English as a foreign language. Since the teacher still uses the conventional way to teach reading, students‘ ability in reading comprehension seems still unsatisfactory yet. So, teacher should explore and develop new strategies. One of strategies in reading comprehension that can trigger our students to attain that purpose is SMART (Self Monitoring Approach for Reading and Thinking) strategy. This study is developing SMART strategy to boost the reading comprehension achievement of the ninth grade students. The research applies a collaborative classroom action research design in which the researcher and the collaborative teacher work together in preparing a suitable procedure of SMART strategy, designing the lesson plan, determining the criteria of success, implementing the action, observing, and doing reflection. The finding indicated that SMART strategy was successful to enhance students‘ motivation to be actively involved in the instructional process. The improvement on the students‘ participation was 75% in Cycle 1 and 87% in Cycle 2.Keywords: Reading Comprehension, SMART strategy