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Journal of English Literacy Education
Published by Universitas Sriwijaya
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Core Subject : Education,
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DEVELOPING LOCAL-FOLKLORE INSTRUCTIONAL READING MATERIALS FOR EIGHTH GRADERS Mariana, Dina
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 4, No 1 (2017): The Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v4i1.5615

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Abstract: This study aimed at finding out the validity, practicality, and potential effect of the developed instructional reading materials using local folklores from Muara Enim Regency for the eighth graders. The procedure of the study consisted of three stages: analysis, design, and evaluation. In evaluation stage, a set of formative evaluations consisting of self evaluation, experts review, one-to-one, small group, field test was conducted. There were two experts reviewing the product in the expert review stage, three students involved in one-to-one evaluation, nine students involved in small group evaluation, and thirty students of a real class involved in field test. The data were obtained from questionnaires and test. The obtained data were analyzed by using average score for the questionnaires and percentage for the test. The findings showed that the developed product was valid in terms of its content and instructional design with the average score 3.52 (very highly valid).  The developed reading materials were practical after being evaluated in one-to-one evaluation with the average score 3.19 (highly practical) and small group evaluation with the average score 3.7 (very highly practical). Then, the product also had high potential effect after being evaluated in field test as 73.3% of students passed the minimum mastery criterion. It can be said that the developed product are potentially effective to be applied for the target students.
USING THINK PAIR SHARE TEACHING STRATEGY TO STUDENTS IN TEACHING SPEAKING Maulani, Melikhah Nur; Romansyah, H. Khalimi; Atiyawati, M. Ita
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 6, No 2 (2019): The Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v6i2.9951

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Many people may find some difficulties to share their ideas or opinion through oral language. Even though they have something to speak, they do not know how to express it. They also have problems related to lack of participation and low motivation in speaking. Therefore, a teacher should select the best technique that can encourage students and increase their motivation to speak. The teacher can use ?Pair Work? to teach English speaking. This technique demands students to be active to speak based on the material has been given. Through this technique, students should practice to speak in order to give agreeing and disagreeing opinion. By apliying this technique in speaking class, it will make the class fun and interesting. The objective of this paper is to explain how to use pair work technique in teaching speaking to junior high school students in Smpn 1 Plumbon.
STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ON THE USE OF PROJECT-BASED DRAMA LEARNING FOR ENGLISH READING Fiftinova, Fiftinova; Inderawati, Rita; Rosmalina, Ida
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 5, No 1 (2018): The Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v5i1.5910

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Abstract: Project-Based Learning provides students opportunities in engaging in a natural-driven context where they use language for talking about their activities. Similarly, Project-based Drama Learning offers beneficial doings which activate students? motivation, independence, potential, critical thinking and language use. This study aims to describe students? perception  on the use of Project-Based Drama Learning  in English language learning. The participants were 30 students who were enrolled in Literature in ELT (English Language Teaching) subject. A questionnaire was given to the students after the project completion.      The data from questionnaire were then analyzed by having theme analysis. The result shows that most of the students gave agreement to the use of Project-Based Drama Learning. The participants believe that it could facilitate English learning. Additionally, the phases which exceedingly facilitate reading capability are Critical Reading and Character Analysis.Keywords: project-based learning, project-based drama learning, literature, Reading, Speaking
TEACHING READING FOR YOUNG LEARNERS IN EFL CONTEXT Suganda, Lingga Agustina
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 3, No 1 (2016): Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v3i1.2323

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Abstract: All young children are highly motivated to learn language. Millions of EFL children are learning reading as part of learning English, and thousands of EFL teachers are searching for an approach to teaching reading that will work most effectively. The concern of this paper is finding the effective way of teaching reading to young learners in EFL context. The content of childrenâ??s literature can motivate the interest of students to learn a new language. Good, effective, and suitable approaches are for helping the students in their development. However, there is no one best approach to teaching reading, because one that works for one child may not work at all for another child. Good teachers have to recognize that children learn in different ways and require different strategies. Teachers need to draw on ideas from a number of different approaches and add ideas that come from their own experience. Therefore, the role of the parent or teacher in supporting reading progress is crucial. In conclusion, there are three important points for children reading success, namely: (1) innovative and suitable approach, (2) effective material, and (3) parents or teachersâ?? role. All these three elements are critical in order to teach all kids to read.Keywords: Reading, young learners, approach, childrenâ??s literature, teachers and parentsâ?? role.
A STUDY ON THE CREATIVE SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING ENGLISH (CSELE) CLASSROOM MODEL IN INDONESIAN CONTEXT Suganda, Lingga Agustina; Petrus, Ismail; Zuraida, Zuraida; Kurniawan, Dedi
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 5, No 1 (2018): The Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v5i1.5909

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Abstract: This study aims to design the Creative Social Emotional Learning English (CSELE) classroom model in one of the district schools in South Sumatera, Indonesia. This model was proposed due to a growing awareness among educators and policymakers about the importance of social and emotional development for successful student. Based on the ADDIE model, the CSELE model is designed to include three steps: (1) the learning objective statement and need analysis, (2) the class strategy design, and (3) the class implementation and evaluation. The CSELE model focuses on integrating the efforts to support Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in the English as A Foreign Language (EFL) classroom context. This model involves the process of integrating the materials from the Indonesian 2013 national curriculum and creative teaching procedures for developing the students? social emotional competencies, which include self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making. The findings showed that the CSELE model has demonstrated positive effects on the students? social emotional competence, academic motivation, and classroom climate. However, more qualitative and quantitative studies should be conducted for further implementation of this model. Keywords:  Social Emotional Learning (SEL), English as a Foreign Language (EFL), creative, teaching and learning
IMPROVING NARRATIVE WRITING ACHIEVEMENT OF THE TENTH GRADERS OF SMA NEGERI UNGGUL 4 PALEMBANG Putra, Muhammad Irwansyah; Erlina, Erlina; Suganda, Lingga Agustina
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 6, No 2 (2019): The Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v6i2.10746

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The objectives of this study were to find out whether or not (1) there was any significant difference in narrative writing achievement between before and after the tenth graders of SMA Negeri Unggul 4 Palembang were taught by using POW+WWW W=2 H=2 strategy and (2) there was any significant difference in narrative writing achievement between the students who were taught by using POW+WWW W=2 H=2 strategy and the those who were not. The sample of this study was tenth graders of SMA Unggul Negeri 4 Palembang chosen by using convenience sampling method. There were two groups, namely experimental group and control group. To collect the data, pre-test and post-test were given. The data were analyzed using paired sample t-test and independent sample t-test in SPSS version 22. The results of paired sample t-test showed that there was a significant difference in narrative writing achievement between before and after the tenth graders of SMA Negeri Unggul 4 Palembang were taught by using POW+WWW W=2 H=2 strategy as the r-value was lower than 0.05 (0.000 < 0.05). The results of independent sample t-test showed that there was a significant difference in narrative writing achievement between the students who were taught by using POW+WWW W=2 H=2 strategy and those who were not as the r-value was lower than 0.05 (0.000 < 0.05). In conclusion, using POW+WWW W=2 H=2 Strategy is effective to improve narrative writing achievement of the tenth graders of SMA Unggul Negeri 4 Palembang.
IMPROVING STUDENTS’ WRITING DESCRIPTIVE ENGLISH TEXT IN MULTILITERATION LEARNING THROUGH COLLABORATIVE TECHNIQUES Mayasari, Santi; Firdaus, Masagus; Widayatsih, Tri
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 5, No 2 (2018): The Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v5i2.7029

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Abstract: The purpose of this study is to improve students' writing skills in Multiliteration Learning English descriptive text through collaboration techniques in Seniour high school students in Palembang. This study used a Quasi-experimental research design method; non equivalent pretest and posttest. In analyzing the level of writing comprehension of students by using the rubric of writing descriptive text, the final test scores of control class students and experimental class students were be compared. Then the t-test value was compared with the value of t-table. The results obtained, by looking at Table t-test results, it was found that the F value is 110.049 with degreef of freedom (df) 292 with a significance value (sig.) 0,000. With the difference in the mean value of 4.116. Due to the sig value. 0,000 (<0,005) with a t-count value was 8.540, it can be concluded that there are significant differences between the two sample groups in the final results of writing skills. It can be concluded that collaboration techniques have a positive impact on students' writing abilities. Keywords:  multiliteration, collaboration, descriptive text 
INDONESIAN LANGUAGE EDUCATION POLICY IN RELATION TO THE NATIONAL EDUCATION GOALS: A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE Mayasari, Santi -
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 6, No 2 (2019): The Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v6i2.10076

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Education plays an important role for the quality of human?s life. Education is a process of accommodating learners to develop their potential based on the talent and ability they have. Through this process, individuals will have a better personality, IQ, manner, religious belief. Indonesian language in an education setting supports the process of gaining knowledge because this is considered as a carrier of knowledge, a means of communicating ideas, thought, and feeling, and a means of increasing nationality among individuals whole over Indonesia. By having this, Indonesian language education policy is considered as a means of gaining national education goals. However, the role of stakeholders and society is undeniable. They can protect and develop the position of Indonesian language and they can accommodate the attainment of national education goals.Key Words: Education, Indonesian Language, Policy, National Education Goals, Stakeholders
STUDENTS’ ERRORS IN CHANGING NOUNS INTO ADJECTIVES Ria, Nita
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 5, No 1 (2018): The Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v5i1.5913

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Abstract: The main objective of this research was to investigate the errors or mistakes students made in changing nouns into adjectices. The population of this research was the seventh grade students of one private junior high school in Palembang in the academic year of 2016-2017. The sample of this study was 36 students who were selected randomly by using cluster sampling. To collect the data, a written test was given to the sample. The results of the test were analyzed descriptively.The findings showed that the students made errors in changing nouns into adjectives with the suffixes ?-less?(58.3%), ?-ful? (66.6%), ?-able? (61.1%) and ?-y? (55.5%) and they made mistake with the suffixes ?-ly? (52.7%) of the incorrect answers. It is expected that the results of this research can be used as consideration for the English teachers in their teaching, especially the one focusing on changing nouns into adjectives.Keywords: error, mistake, adjectives, suffixes
CORRELATION BETWEEN THE USE OF FACEBOOK GROUP AND THE 5TH SEMESTER ENGLISH STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC WRITING IN WRITING III COURSE OF FKIP SRIWIJAYA UNIVERSITY Purwandini, Gustiningdiah; Inderawati, Rita; Naning, Zainal Abidin
The Journal of English Literacy Education: The Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Journal of English Literacy Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36706/jele.v2i2.2067

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Abstract: This study was conducted in order to find out the correlation between the use of Facebook group and the academic writing of 5th semester student of the English Education Study Program, FKIP Unsri, taking Writing III course. It also investigated the aspect of writing the students mostly developed, and the studentsâ?? perception toward the use of Facebook group in Writing III course. The population was the 5th semester English students of FKIP Sriwijaya University academic year 2013/2014. They were 27 students from class 5B participating as the sample of this study. To collect the data, documentation and questionnaire were used. The studentsâ?? academic writing was analyzed based on the rubric, and the questionnaire was analyzed manually by using percentage analysis. To find out the correlation between the use of Facebook group and the studentsâ?? academic writing, correlation analysis was utilized. The results of the study showed that there was no significant correlation between the use of Facebook group and the studentsâ?? academic writing since r-obtained was lower than r-table (0.154

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