Poai, Sherliane Trisye
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Journal : Sintuwu Maroso Journal of English Teaching

TEACHERS’ SPEECH STYLE IN TEACHING ENGLISH Poai, Sherliane Trisye
Sintuwu Maroso Journal of English Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2017): Sintuwu Maroso Journal of English Teaching
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This research is aimed to find out English teacher speech style toward at SMA Negeri 1 Poso. The subjects of this research are two English teacher at SMA Negeri 1 Poso. Design of this research was descriptive qualitative. The instrument of this research are observation, recorder, questionnaires and documentation. Data were gained by the result of the recorder is transcript and questionnaires. The finding obtained that the dominant speech style that the teachers used are casual speech style, informal speech style, formal speech style, consultative speech style and serious speech style. The learning process is going well and the students give a good response in learning. Based on the result of the research it can be concluded that the dominant speech style used by the English teachers are casual speech style, informal speech style, formal speech style, consultative speech style andserious speech style.Keywords: speech style, teaching English
THE STUDENTS’ NEEDS IN LEARNING ENGLISH FOR TOURISM AT ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM IN SINTUWU MAROSO UNIVERSITY Poai, Sherliane Trisye
Sintuwu Maroso Journal of English Teaching Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Sintuwu Maroso Journal of English Teaching
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The objective of this study was to identify the students? needs of English Study Program in learning English for Tourism. The type of this study was qualitative descriptive method. The subjects of the study were fourth semester students in academic year 2015/2016 consisted of 44 students. Data were gathered through questionnaire and analyzed descriptively, then interpreted by the researcher. Thefindings of the study revealed that the students felt necessary to learn EFT for their education and career in the future. The students learned EFT to know the description of tourism language and to know everything related to English. Since the students lacked in speaking and writing, their priority in this course had to be on speaking and writing skills that could be done in various activities, for instance, through discussion method. At the end of learning process, the students responded that homework was very important for them. It is expected that the result of the study can be used as a reference to prepare and develop relevant materials for students? academic and professional needs, especially English for Tourism learning need.Keywords: English for Tourism, students? needs.
TEACHING ENGLISH VOCABULARY USING COMIC STRIPS Poai, Sherliane Trisye
Sintuwu Maroso Journal of English Teaching Vol 4, No 1 (2018): Sintuwu Maroso Journal of English Teaching
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This research aims to describe the use of comic strip in teaching English vocabulary to seventh graders of SMPN 3 Poso. This research is qualitative in nature, where the data are collected through observation. The findings show that the teaching and learning process was conducted in two meetings and test was administered after the meetings, and all students show satisfied achievement when comic strip is used in teaching and learning activities (27% are excellent, 63,6% students are good, and 9,0% students are good).Keywords: vocabulary acquisition, comic strips