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IJOEEL: International Journal of English Education and Linguistics
ISSN : 26562030     EISSN : 26856638     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
The aim of this Journal is to promote a principle approach to research on language and related concerns by encouraging inquiry into the relationship between theoretical and practical studies.
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DICTIONS USED BY RELIGIOUS LEADERS IN THE DIFFUSION OF EXTENSION FORESTRY PROGRAM IN PROBOLINGGO MUNICIPAL Tirmidi, Tirmidi
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An element identified as one of key points in the success of diffusion of extension forestry program, namely greening up to 6.000 hectares, was the involvement of religious leaders, especially on communicating the program to the villagers. This paper aims to describe, analyze, and interpret the dictions used by religious leaders in the program. Through a qualitative research designed in phenomenological approach, especially at naturalistic paradigm, the research found that instead of using that of semantically classified as environmental and social terms, the religous leaders preferred using that of economical terms, namely financial benefits of planting trees for the local farmers. A proposition filed from this research is: communication of innovation in the field of extention forestry program will be accepted widely and quickly by villagers when the dictions used are words that emphasize on financial benefits which might be obtained from the program.
MADURESE DIALECTS' DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PROBOLINGGONESS AND MADURESE (SUMENEP) Pranata, Mohammad Sofyan Adi
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This study employed descriptive qualitative design to obtain the data since this method focused on the result, not by the number of the subject. It was just by the real condition when the researcher conducted the research. This thesis identified, classified, and described the differences between Probolinggonese and Madurese dialect. In collecting the data, the researcher used some techniques, those were observation and interview. The result of research showed that there were differences in pronunciation, lexically, and syntactical between Probolinggonese and Madurese dialect. The differences of phonological were proved in pronunciation vowels a, i, u, e, o and some consonant differences. In the lexical point of view, it was proved based on pronoun, adjective, verb, adverb, noun, and conjunction. From syntactical point of view, Probolinggonese and Madurese dialects had adding suffix, affix, and intrusive sound.
THE USE OF DICTOGLOSS TECHNIQUE IN TEACHING WRITING OF PROCEDURE TEXT Rohaniyah, Jaftiyatur; Nisak, Khairatun
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Writing is a skill which is consider as difficult skill in teaching learning process because it need an effort to collect ideas and words on the paper. Most of student said that writing process is very difficult and often make them lazy and bored to write and to make student motivated and enthusiastic to study the teachers probably have the strategy, method or a technique to teach their students and this research attempt to describe the Dictogloss technique that is implemented by the teacher in teaching writing of procedure text in the ninth grade of SMPI Bahrul-Huda sumber anyar. From this research, the researcher want to know the process of dictogloss technique and the advantage of that technique in writing material. In this research, the resercher use qualitative approach. Data collection procedures that used in this research are observation, interview, and documentation. The result show that implementation of Dictogloss technique that is implemented by the teacher in the class room is run well and teaching learning process is successful by using the technique. Students get progress to write than before and they get many vocabularies as guided writing, they also know how to arrange words to be sentence then write it to be one paragraph but in the other side the technique is need much time and sometimes it affect student in learning.
IMPROVING STUDENTS' SKILL OF WRITING SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES THROUGH ‘ONE SEMESTER ONE BOOK’ WRITING PROGRAM Ibda, Hamidulloh; Wahyuningsih, Effi
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Writing scientific articles for higher education students, especially undergraduate ones will be difficult without habituation, training, and program with product oriented in form of book. If it runs naturally and lecturers only give assignments to write scientific articles without education or literacy education, they tend to make plagiarism. This study aims at improving the students? skills of writing scientific articles through ?One Semester One Book? writing program. Classroom activity is designed as the pillar of literacy namely reading, writing, and arithmetic in accordance with the integrated language learning approach by combining four language skills which is oriented by product of articles or book. The results of the study show that there are improvements of the students? scientific articles writing skills achieved by 89 students in some aspects. They cover the progress of: first, skills of determining the research problems from 35 students (39%) to 85 students (95%); second, skills of determining the theme and tittle of the scientific articles from 24 students (26%) to 89 (100%); third, skills of determining the word choice appropriately from 25 students (28%) to 80 students (89%); fourth, skills of using correct spelling based on General Indonesian Spelling Guidelines (PUEBI) rules from 35 students (39%) to 75 students (84%); fifth, skills of applying citation method from 25 students (28%) to 80 students (89%); sixth, improvement of the number of the students who do not commit plagiarism from 25 students (28%) to 85 students (95%); and seventh, skills of writing contemporary issues about education or religion from 34 students (38%) to 84 students (94%). The research findings reveal that the ?One Semester One Book? writing program is strategic in improving the students? skills of writing scientific articles.
QUIZLET: A DIGITAL MEDIA FOR LEARNING INFORMATICS TERMS Hikmah, Durratul
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Learning informatics terms in English conventionally make students learn passively and concern with the lecturer being the controller of the learning environment.
HOW TO TEACH LISTENING IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Suryanto, Bradhiansyah Tri
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Many teachers considered that listening is the most important skill of any other language skills(Aziez & Alwasilah, 1996). Moreover, the discussion of an issue about the use of authentic listening material is just fierce in listening as it is in reading(Harmer, 2001). However, the teacher should have to look for the simplest method of teaching listening to overcome its difficulties; to teach it effectively; and to achieve the goals of teaching listening successfully, such as teaching students to acquire vocabularies, grammatical understanding, and good pronunciation.The Purposes of the study are to overcome the difficulties in teaching listening; to improve teacher?s creativity in teaching listening; and to provide the teacher with some alternative methods of teaching listening.Based on the study it can be concluded that, first, the effective listening will produce successful listening. Second, the reason of using listening in the classroom is to let the students to hear different varieties and accent of English instead of the voices of their teacher which may be full of idiosyncrasies. Third, the listening materials are geared with the students? needs, levels, and interests. Fourth, there six principles for listening; Encourage students to listen as often and as much as possible, help students prepare to listen, once may not be enough, encourage students to respond to the content of a listening, not just to the language, different listening stages demand different listening tasks, and good teachers exploit listening texts to the full.

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