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Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26571617     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.26418/jeltim.v2i2.41363
Core Subject : Education,
JELTIM focuses on publishing research articles on innovations and materials in English language teaching. We can accept genuine works on ELT methodologies, curriculum and syllabus, materials, media, computer-based innovations, internet-based interactions, and blended teaching and learning. We specifically welcome studies that are conducted through development, analysis, evaluation, experiment, survey, experiment, correlation, case study, grounded research, and action research.
Articles 37 Documents
Extended reading: college students’ attitudes In selecting reading materials Amalia, Novika
Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 2, No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/jeltim.v2i1.37231

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Appraising the trend that students are welcomed to independently make their own choices in learning, this study investigated college students’ preferences and considerations on self-chosen materials for extended reading (ER). A survey was conducted on 32 college students majoring in ELT who has taken reading courses. The survey consisted of ten questions, all related to their preferences and considerations in choosing the materials to read for ER activities. The results extracted led to the conclusions that authentic materials are more favorable over graded readers, and the difficulty level of the text considered as the foremost priority. Interested researchers are apprised to conduct an experiment that allows better and deeper analysis to gain insights on providing materials for ER in the EFL contexts for the students to select by themselves.
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Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 2, No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/jeltim.v2i1.40702

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Designing workbook for teaching writing descriptive text based on scientific approach Pratiwi, Indah; Rezeki, Yanti Sri
Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 1, No 2 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/jeltim.v1i2.26969

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This research aims to design workbook based on the scientific approach for teaching writing descriptive text. This research was conducted on the seventh-grade students of SMPN 24 Pontianak. The method of this research is ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation) with the exclusion of Implementation and Evaluation phases. This material was designed as supplementary material to support the course book used especially in teaching writing of descriptive text. The respondents in this research were the seventh-grade students and an English teacher at SMPN 24 Pontianak. In this research, the researchers found that workbook based on scientific approach fulfilled the criteria of the good book to teach writing descriptive text. The researchers conducted an internal evaluation to see the usability and the feasibility of the workbook. The result of the evaluation is 89%. It showed that the workbook is feasible to be used by students as the supplementary material to support the main course book and help the students improve their writing ability in descriptive text.
E-learning readiness among English language teachers in Sabah, Malaysia: A pilot study Hu, Ke; AlSaqqaf, Asmaa; Swanto, Suyansah
Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 2, No 2 (2020): October 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/jeltim.v2i2.42155

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This paper aims to assess the reliability of the instrument adapted to identify the level of e-learning readiness among English language teachers at secondary schools in Sabah, Malaysia. Five dimensions selected from Chapnick’s (2000) E-Learning Readiness Model (i.e., psychological readiness, technological skills readiness, equipment readiness, content readiness, and human resource readiness) were subjected for investigation. Using a simple random sampling, this quantitative research employed an online cross-sectional questionnaire to collect data from English language teachers at different secondary schools in Sabah. 72 English language teachers responded to the online questionnaire, where Cronbach’s alpha was used to test the reliability of the questionnaire items. Findings demonstrate that the overall Cronbach’s alpha of the survey reached 0.871. Further results show that the Cronbach’s alpha of the five dimensions ranges between 0.826 scored by Human Resource Readiness and 0.886 reported by Technological Skills Readiness. These findings show that the questionnaire is highly reliable to be used within the context of Sabah secondary schools. Limitations of the study and recommendations for further research are discussed.
Article review: the impact of fun and enjoyment on adult learning Yahya, Laily
Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 1, No 2 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/jeltim.v1i2.35000

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The article review of ‘The Impact of Fun and Enjoyment on Adult Learning’ (Lucardie, 2014) opens doors to the kaleidoscope of fun and enjoyment amongst adult learners. The essence of this review is an informative snapshot on the critical issues of how fun and joy have impacted adult learning through a qualitative research drawing upon traditions of phenomenology. It aims to explore the affective experiences of fun and enjoyment. This article review attempts to highlight an insightful assessment of the ideas and the arguments that are being discussed by the author. The different interpretation of this concept draws out contrasting elements between learners and teachers’ beliefs. A twist to this review is a reflective stance procured to address central issues emerging in the article related to the Malaysian context. It is through the lens of the reader, Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI):4R is proposed. This refers to the process of continuously improving the quality of teaching and learning of an educational programme. This review concludes with the framing of CQI:4R to illustrate reflect, revisit, realign and reconstruct processes that could possibly navigate the architectural landscape of the Malaysian Teacher Education.
Using magic trick problem-based activities to improve engagement in a listening class Ikhsanudin, Ikhsanudin; Sudarsono, Sudarsono; Salam, Urai
Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 1, No 1 (2019): April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/jeltim.v1i1.31620

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Students engagement is a critical topic in the discussion of teaching and learning process quality, including at a tertiary level. The goal of this classroom action research is improving English education department engagement in a listening class through magic tricks problem-based activities. This research was conducted at the College of Teacher-Training and Education of Universitas Tanjungpura (FKIP UNTAN), Pontianak – Indonesia, in October-November 2018. The research was conducted in two cycles and the data were collected through participant observation. In three stages of analysis (initial coding, focused coding, and explanation), this research successfully improved the students' engagement. The students’ engagement was improved substantially in the second cycle after the magic trick activities were combined with pair discussion, group discussion, and cross-group discussion. The magic trick problem-based activities was an important factor that could invite the students' intellectual engagement. Whereas, the discussion activities improved the students emotional and behavioral engagement. The creative variation in the discussion stage had improved the students' engagement considerably. 
Developing HoPALM as teaching materials for secondary school students Sauramanda, Asih; Wajdi, Majid; Supardi, Iwan
Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 3, No 1 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/jeltim.v3i1.41696

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This research was aimed to develop a product named HoPALM, hot-potatoes assisted listening material for secondary high school students. This research applied development research and ADDIE procedure. In the analysis stage, the researcher found the fundamental problems and needs of the students as well as the opportunity as the background of developing HoPALM. In the designing and developing stage, the researcher collected the sources that needed and develop HoPALM by using the features available on the hot-potatoes program. After the product assessed by the material content and the multimedia experts, HoPALM considered as valid and applicable to use, the researcher implemented the product to the two school targets, SMA Negeri 1 and 2 Sungai Kakap. According to 208 students from two schools, as many as 156 students or 75% of them feel more motivated and prefer to learn English. As many as 123 students or 59.1% of them were able to overcome difficulties encountered. 120 students or 57.7% admitted that their listening ability increased. Furthermore, although not spontaneously, as many as 196 students or 95.6%, confessed being able to understand what they are listening to, especially if there are images in that section. Most importantly, as many as 120 students or 57.7% more motivated in learning English.
Written corrective feedback on students’ thesis writing: an analysis of student-supervisory interactions Adrefiza, Adrefiza; Fortunasari, Fortunasari
Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 2, No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/jeltim.v2i1.37317

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This study examines written corrective feedback (WCF) provided by the lecturers on their supervisee-students' thesis drafts at the English Education Program, Faculty of Education, Jambi University. Following Kumar and Stracke (2007), the analysis focuses on the types and distribution of WCF by Holmes' (2008) three main categories of speech acts: (a) Referential (editorial, organization, content); (b) Directive (suggestion, question, instruction); and (c) Expressive (praise, criticism, opinion). The use of non-linguistic features such as question mark, interjection, circle, and underline was also identified to see the supervisors' emotional expressions during the interactions. The findings show that Referential was the most frequent types of WCF identified (131 out of 271 or 48.3 %), followed by Directive (107 or 39.5 %). Expressive, on the other hand, was not very common with only 33 instances (12.2%) found in the data. Overall, the majority of the lecturers' WCF were dominated by the use of Editorial (102 = 37.6 %) but with a very limited number of Opinion (4 = 1.5%)) and Content (6 = 2.2%).  A total number of 394 non-linguistic symbols were identified along with the lecturers' WCF to show their personal and psychological expressions. Apart from its frequent absence in many students' writing assignments, the provision of WCF on the students' writing does not only play a key role in improving the students' writing but also accelerates their self-directed learning.
Discourse features of women’s language in the social media as influenced by formal education Indrayani, Maria Harumi; Simanjuntak, Risa Rumentha
Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 1, No 1 (2019): April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26418/jeltim.v1i1.27411

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This research has a purpose to find the ways women express themselves through written form in social media, relationship between educational backgrounds of women and their language choice, and the markers of the women’s discourse. This research uses qualitative method by doing stratified random sampling and giving questionnaires. The data is analyzed by analyzing participants’ language choice in social media post and formal education status, then finding the similarities and differences, analyzing the relation between participants’ formal education status and their language choice in social media post, and analyzing the markers of women’s discourse in social media. The results of this study found that some women uses coherence and cohesive consistently, while some women choose to have very casual writing style. This study confirms that women tendency to use more standard forms is more likely to be driven by their awareness of using proper language, rather than as a way of claiming such status (Holmes, 2008). Lastly, this study figured that women usually use intra-sentential code-switch more often and women’s tendency to be more sensitive is the caused why women used a lot of adjective words related to feelings.
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Journal of English Language Teaching Innovations and Materials (Jeltim) Vol 2, No 1 (2020): April 2020
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