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Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics
ISSN : 26147343     EISSN : 26215128     DOI : https://doi.org/10.32663/edu-ling
ournal of Edu-Ling (Journal of Education and Linguistics) is a scientific article in English Education Department in Faculty of Teacher Training and Education Prof. Dr. Hazairin, SH Bengkulu. It presents articles on English language teaching and learning, Linguistics and Literature. The contents include analysis, studies, application of theories, research reports, materials developments and reviews.
Articles 29 Documents
Electronic Mind Mapping: Promote Students’ Engagement in Speaking-Based Activities Agustina, Noni
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 2 (2018): Edu-Ling
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This study aims to explore deeply on the use of electronic mind mapping in order to promote studentsâ?? engagement in English class, especially in speaking-based activities. The method used was descriptive qualitative with purposive sampling. The instruments for collecting data were class observation, interview, and questionnaire sheets (triangulation technique). The participant was first graders of 89 Junior High School, Jakarta. The finding showed that the use of electronic mind mapping gave the benefit to studentsâ?? speaking activities. They had effective, behavior and cognitive engagement when doing their tasks in using electronic mind mapping. They had a positive perception of using that application because they had new knowledge of it, high learning motivation and participate actively in learning.
THE IMPLEMENTING OF THINK PAIR SHARE STRATEGY TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION AT FOURTH SEMESTER OF ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM OF PROF. DR. HAZAIRIN, SH UNIVERSITY Utami, Elva
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Edu-Ling
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ABSTRACT   The research was a classroom action research. It aimed to to find out weither  the implementation of Think Pair Share strategy to improve students' reading comprehension. The subjects of this research were  Semester 4 students of English Study Program of Universitas Prof. Dr. Hazairin, S.H  Bengkulu which consisted of five females and three males The instruments of the research were reading comprehension test, observation checklists and questionnaire. This research focused on reading comprehension. The research was conducted in two cycles that consisted of  four steps in each cycle namely plan, action, observation, and reflection. The result of reading comprehension test showed that Think-Pair-Share strategy improved studentsâ?? reading comprehension students Mean score in cycle 1 is 62,9 increased to 79,2 in cycle 2.
THE USE OF ROLE PLAY TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL Rakhmanina, Lisa; Yuneva, Yuneva
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Edu-Ling
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ABSTRACT This study was aimed at: (1) 1) finding out how the use of role play in improving the students` English speaking ability; and (2) finding out whether or not the use of role play was able to improve the quality of Students` English speaking in Midwifery Major in Medical InstitutionBengkulu, Indonesia. This study applied Classroom Action Research with two cycles. The instruments used to find out the data were observation, tests and interview. The calculation of the study was applying simple calculation, i.e. by finding out the means differences of the pre-test and post-tests in Cycle 1 and Cycle 2. The study result showed that role play was applied during the process of the teaching and learning in the classroom. It showed significant different on students` English achievement from pre-test to post-test in Cycle 2. It means that role play method could improve students` English speaking skill and couldalso motivate students to learn more.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ICT INTEGRATION IN TEACHING ENGLISH BY HIGH SCHOOLS TEACHERS IN RELATION TO THEIR STUDENTS’ ENGLISH ACHIEVEMENT IN KOTA BENGKULU Kencana, Nila
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Edu-Ling
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ABSTRACT The main purposes of study were to know the teachersâ?? understanding about ICT and its implementation in their instructional practice and the possible problems faced. Then, was there any correlation between teachersâ?? understanding about ICT and its implementation to the studentsâ?? achievement. The other purpose was to see whether the use of ICT influenced studentsâ?? achievement in Bengkulu. The sample consisted of 172 senior high schools English teachers and 438 tenth grade students. The data of this study were gained through the instruments: questionnaire, observation, test and interview. Data analysis was done in two stages. The result of this study showed that the implementation of ICT integration in teaching English by senior high school teachers in Kota Bengkulu had been started but it was still in the level of less favorable in all phases of instructional practice (planning, implementing, evaluating and reflecting). There were many problems faced by the teachers in integrating ICT in their teaching practice in terms of internal problems and the school policy.
IMPROVING STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY IN GIVING INFORMATIVE SPEECH BY USING VISUAL AIDS Dailin, Dailin
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Edu-Ling
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  ABSTRACT   The aim of this study was to improve the ability of students who took public speaking lesson on sixth semester at English study program of IAIN Bengkulu in giving an informative speech. The research method was classroom action research by doing three cycles. The respondents of this research were the students in public speaking class on sixth semester at English study program of IAIN Bengkulu. They were 21 students. The students who had enough ability in giving informative speech increased in each phase, 33.33% in cycle 1, 52.38% in cycle 2 and 57.14% in cycle 3. It meant some of students could increase their ability from very low or low to enough. In addition, the number of students who had enough ability in post-test decreased, it was 47.61%. That was because some of them could reach the higher ability such as good and very good. It showed that the studentsâ?? could decrease the difficulties in giving an informative speech. It meant the using of visual aids can improve the studentsâ?? ability in giving an informative speech.
THE EFFECT OF GROUP INVESTIGATION (GI) MODEL AND LEARNING STYLE TOWARD STUDENTS’ ECONOMICS ENGLISH SPEAKING COMPETENCE OF PROF. DR. HAZAIRIN, SH UNIVERSITY Melati, Melati
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Edu-Ling
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ABSTRACT   This study was designed: (1) to find out a significant progress on the English speaking skill of studentsâ?? Economics using Internet reading materials. (2) to find out a significant effect by using visual and auditory learning style toward English Speaking Skill. (3) to know an interaction effect between Group Investigation Model and learning style toward English speaking skill. Quasi-experimental research 2 x 2 factorial design used in this research, and all the computational procedure were run by using SPSS. The results showed that, 1) there was a significant progress of studentsâ?? Englsih Speaking skill after given Group Investigation Model, 2) there was the effect of learning style to the studentsâ?? English speaking skills, 3) there was an interaction effect between the use of Group Investigation Model to the reading materials from the multimedia and learning styles on speaking competence.
STUDENTS’ RESPONSES TO THE LECTURER QUESTIONS OF FIFTH SEMESTER STUDENTS’ OF ENGLISH EDUCATION IN MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU Marita, Yosi
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Edu-Ling
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ABSTRACT   The research was aimed to analyze the studentsâ?? responses to the lecturerâ??s questions. The subject of the research was all of students of the fourth semester of English Deparment of Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu in the Academic Year 2009/2010. The total of students are 110 students. The reseacher observed five lectures, they were: Writing II, Curriculum and Material Development, Speaking IV by, Language Testing, and Grammar IV. Three were 34 items that consist of three types of responses  whether there were oral, written and non-verbal.   The result of the analysis show that  the students responses; eye contact (42%:often), it can be concluded that the response dominantly was eye contact response. Besed on the result, the researcher suggests as follows: (1) the students are hoped to be braver and confidence to speak up to the lecturers in responding to the lecturersâ?? questions. (2) for the lecturers of Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu, make the classroom atmosphere more interactive among the lecturers and the students by giving the support and motivation to the students to practice their English.
Personal Word Lists: Strategy to Build Students’ Vocabulary Fudhla, Nora
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 2 (2018): Edu-Ling
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Vocabulary learning is one of the major challenges second or foreign language learners find during the process of learning a language. One way to alley the burden is to assist students in becoming independent learners during the process of vocabulary learning. It could be achieved through instructing learners to apply vocabulary learning strategies as efficient as possible. The main pursuit of the present article is to suggest a vocabulary learning strategy for training EFL learners in acquiring the target words. The vocabulary learning strategy meant here named Personal Word Lists. This strategy helps the learners to enrich their vocabulary acquisition considering the multiple forms of strategies, such as cognitive, memory, metacognitive, activation and affective strategies. The multiple forms of those strategies are implied through note-taking, imagery mediation, background knowledge relations, semantic mapping/elaboration, senses, rehearsal and encoding strategies. In doing so, the basic concepts of vocabulary learning strategies and rationale or sample for strategy application are presented. It is assumed that this strategy may lead the learners to reach meaningful representation and enhance their vocabulary acquisition.
Story Telling As An Approach to Improve Students Speaking Achievement Rifa'at, Abdul Aziz
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 2 (2018): Edu-Ling
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Speaking is the big problem of students in non-English major to be taught. Once the students are asked to practice speaking, they seem to be anxious and do not know what should be spoken. Storytelling is one of the alternative techniques to solve this problem. The aim of this study was to find out the significant difference between studentsâ?? speaking achievement after they were taught by using storytelling technique. The quasi-experimental study was the method of the study. The one group pretest-posttest design approach was used in this study. The study was conducted to fourth semester S1 Nursing students at STIK Siti Khadijah Palembang. The population of the study was all fourth semester S1 Nursing students at STIK Siti Khadijah Palembang in 2017. The total number of the population was 96 students. The sample of the study was 24 fourth semester S1 Nursing students at STIK Siti Khadijah Palembang in 2017. Systematic sampling was used to collect the sample. The test was administered twice as pre-test and post-test. The results of the tests were analyzed by using t-test through SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) program. The result of the study showed that there was a significant difference in speaking achievement before and after applying a conversation class based on a paired sample t-test
An Analysis of Students’ Speaking Anxiety of XI KC Grade Students of SMKN 3 Bengkulu City Minha, Yulita
Edu-Ling: Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1 No 2 (2018): Edu-Ling
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The type of this research is Descriptive Qualitative research. It is aimed to find out the cause of studentsâ?? problem in speaking English, studentâ??anxiety. The subjects of this study are 21 students of Second Grade KC 1 SMKN 3 Bengkulu City. In this research, the researcher collected the data by using data rubric of English student presentation assessment and Questionnaire. Then, there were several steps in the procedure of data analysis which was known as finding the data, analyze the data and conclude the conclusion and suggestion. According to matrix table that the researcher used to analyze the students speaking skill in pronunciation, intonation, fluency, content, and average level of speaking, the researcher got the result that showed the speaking skill of the students in second grade KC1 SMKN 3 Bengkulu City is on medium level. From the questionnaire, this result showed that there are six reasons why the students are not anxious to speak English, such as lack of familiarity with the task, fear of making mistakes, low motivation, input that can not be understood, lack of confidence, low English ability. So that, the researcher gave a suggestion to solve that problem, such as looking for friends, preparation, relaxation, think positive and resignation.

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