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Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning (JETLE)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 2686665X     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
JETLe was established in 2019 by Tadris Bahasa Inggris (English Education Department) Faculty of Education and Teacher Training of Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik which is regulary published twice a year on April and October. The journal welcomes articles from Indonesia and other nations where English language and literature are part of the school and higher education curriculum. This journal seeks to share the knowledge and expertise of English teachers, researchers, practicioners, consultans and advisers who are enganged in English through out the world. THe journal invites the submission of papers which report on dynamic and interactive pedagogies and which interrogate contemporary responses to the changing nature of communication in all its form, including drama,digital and media literacy, literature, linguistics as well as aspect in English language
Articles 20 Documents
Conversation Analysis as a Discourse Approach to Teaching Speaking Skill Dipta, Dinar
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JETLe Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i1.7718

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Conversation comes as two ways communication used in daily activities. The large numbers of conversations lead some researchers to analyze it. Conversation has been the primary interest to language researchers since natural, unplanned, everyday conversation is the most commonly occurring and universal language genre (Riggenbach, 1999). Conversation is a speech activity in which all members of a community routinely participate. Among other approaches to discourse analysis used in teaching speaking, conversation analysis (CA) is one of the convenient practical devices in teaching oral English in the classroom. This paper aims to explore the theoretical basis for conversational analysis and examine the techniques applying a discourse approach to teaching speaking in the classroom.
Error Analysis of Students’ Recount Text Writing – Junior High School Student Rohmana, Wahyu Indah Mala; Jianggimahastu, Puput
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JETLe Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i1.7757

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Students have some difficulties in learning English as foreign language. The problems in four skills often appear especially in writing skill. Writing has some aspects that must be structured according to the system of rules in conducting coherent arrangement of word, clauses, and sentences. Some teachers use guided writing method in developing students’ writing ability which makes student imitate and manipulate the model provided by teacher. The research analyzes semantic error in students’ writing. Most of students in Junior high school have difficulties in producing well-formed sentences. The research is Class Evaluation Research using purposive sampling technique that the sample is taken from 5 students’ text of third grade Junior High School Student in SMPN 1 Maospati. The objective of the study is to examine kinds of error commonly found in students’ text writing. The analysis revealed that Junior High School students’ writing difficulties are commonly in the grammatical prerequisites, lexical semantic property and often interlanguage interference in translation from the first language structure. The numerous errors also include the innapropriate use of the word and grammar in certain context or the form of the sentences. Based on the findings, suggestion for the teachers and students are given. The study concludes that the teacher should teach lexical semantic sense relation, focusing on the correct usage of the verbs and also emphasizing on the grammatical sense
Word Formation Process on Best Seller Food Brand Name in Grab and Go-Jek Application Anggrisia, Nur Fitria; Rosyidah, Ilma; Riza, Aning
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JETLE JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i2.9154

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This research aims at describing how bestseller food brand names in Grab and Go-Jek Application are created. To analyze the data found, the researchers applied English word formation in English morphology. The researchers used descriptive research. The data were bestseller food brands which found in Grab and Go-Jek Mobile Application. It is a kind of Application which provides delivery foods. The data were only taken from the 2019 period of those applications. The researcher found that the best seller food brand names in the Grab and Go-Jek application can be created by applying word formation such as compounding, borrowing, reduplication, abbreviation, acronym, and clipping.
Utilizing collaborative works: an attempt to enhance learners’ participation in English class Wahyudi, Asis; Wiranegara, Dian Arsitades; Bagus, Krisdiana Putra
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JETLE JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i2.8897

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This action research project aimed to improve the participation of learners in the class of General English. Collaborative activities were designed by grouping learners to work with the assigned tasks. The data were collected through observation. The findings showed that the participation of learners increased greatly characterized by the involvement of all learners in more active participation through group discussions and presentations of their works. Furthermore, the findings revealed that the learners look more confident to speak, more motivated to complete the assigned tasks, more enjoyable in learning, more focused on the lesson, and more engaged to think critically and creatively. In the attempt to disseminate our teaching experience, this article mainly focuses on the practical implementation of our collaborative action that is aimed to encourage other teachers and practitioners to implement the same research to improve their practices.          
An Analysis of Informative Speaking on Kakenya Ntaiya’s Speech: A Girl Who Demanded School Rinda, Renata Kenanga; Rohmana, Wahyu Indah Mala; Indrastana, Nodistya Septian
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JETLe Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i1.7754

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Transferring people idea can be accomplished through informative speaking. There are four types of it which are speaking about objects, processes, events, and concepts. In achieving a good informative speaking, five parameters should be fulfilled which are do not overestimate what the audience knows, relate the subject directly to the audiences, do not be too technical, avoid abstractions, and personalize the idea of the speakers. Dealing with that, this paper aimed at analyzing the types of Kakenya Ntaiya’s Speech entitled A Girl Who Demanded School and describing its content with the five parameters of good informative speaking mentioned previously. Descriptive analysis was implemented with video recording transcription as the data source. The findings show that Kakenya Ntaiya spoke about events. By the end, it is concluded that her speech mets the five criteria of good informative speaking. 
A Pragmatic Analysis of Efl Learners’ Social Media Interaction Khasanah, Yunita Uswatun
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JETLe Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i1.7751

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As a new and emerging venue of interaction, social media provide an ample opportunity for EFL learners to practice their English mastery and to enhance their socio-pragmatic awareness. However, even though some social media attempt to accommodate and mimic offline communications through their features, there are still technological and platform affordance and constraints that limit what users can do to get their message across. This situation makes a pragmatic analysis of online communication using offline measure a naïve endeavor. To confirm this notion, this paper borrows concepts from relevance theory pertaining to L1 and L2 pragmatics to reveal the patterns of online communication of 43 EFL learners in their social media interaction. The results show that there is a different pattern between online and offline interaction where they share a non-prototypical model of communication, the process of context and meaning construction, as well as their attempt to compensate for what the platform is lacking in accommodating their communication need.
THE ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ PRONUNCIATION ERRORS IN READING ALOUD Budiman, Mutiana; Kania, Ikeu
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JETLe Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i1.7761

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It was aimed to identify students’ pronunciation errors in reading aloud by finding out how far the students’ pronunciation errors in reading aloud and kind of words which are pronounced by the students through reading aloud. Qualitative method was used to find out the fact and the evidence of students’ pronunciation errors in reading aloud. The observation and the interview were conducted to explore the student’s experience and their problems in pronouncing English.The findings revealed that there were satisfactory results proved that the students made pronunciation errors in six part of speech; Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions and Conjunction. It was found that 26 pronunciation errors in noun (26.8%), 49 pronunciation errors in verb (50.5%), 6 pronunciation errors in adjective (6.2%), 12 pronunciation errors in adverb (12.4%), 3 pronunciation errors in preposition (3.1%) and 1 pronunciation error in conjunction (1.03%) from 7 students who had read the same narrative text. The reasons why the students made errors in pronouncing the words were the students have difficulties in pronouncing and spelling the words with affixes and prefixes in consonants, vowels, and diphtongs. They are: upon, aunt, lived, died,answered, knocked, cottage, dwarf, enough.
Exploring Blended Learning in Higher Education: Different Definitions and Teachers’ Perceptions Bisriyah, Maslihatul
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JETLE JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i2.9172

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The interest in and research on blended learning have increased and developed in the last two decades. This study addresses the topic of blended learning particularly exploring the different definitions of blended learning and the views of teachers on blended learning courses. By locating papers on blended learning using specific databases, this systematic study appraises peer-reviewed articles published between 2000 and 2019. After examining the full papers, 32 studies are then selected as they meet all inclusion criteria and answer the research questions. The findings of this study indicate that blended learning is not a homogenous concept since it means different thing to different people. Besides, teachers in the blended courses experience several challenges, hence constant supports and persistent effort from all the components including the related institution should be given to achieve the potential benefits of this learning mode.Keywords:Blended learning, higher education, teacher perception
LANGUAGE PERCEPTION AND LANGUAGE PRODUCTION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD: LANGUAGE ACQUISITION Velanitta, Vivi
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JETLE JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i2.8003

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Language acquisition is a term to define the process of getting language ability naturally and subconsciously. In language acquisition, there is an optimal time for the children to acquire language optimally. The time is known as critical period that is believed when the critical time is passed by the children without get contact with the language, it will be (almost) impossible to acquire first language and be the native of second language, latter. In other hand, while children acquire language, they will do mistakes (often) and error (rarely). It is related how the children percept language and the way they produce it. In reference to develop language in human, this paper will explore theoretical frameworks related with the steps of children language acquisition which happened in the early childhood related with the transformational process of language perception into language production.
An ESP textbook evaluation: the case of English for Islamic Insight Istiqomah, Faizatul; Maunah, Binti
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JETLE JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v1i2.8262

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Abstract. The crucial presence of instructional materials at English classes, especially English for Specific Purposes, has commonly been approved. ESP materials provide exposure to the genres needed by the students, including those at Islamic Education Department. It is, therefore, inevitable that the textbook meets some criteria for the success of the program. In this paper, the writers evaluated an ESP textbook institutionally prepared for students of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training Faculty at IAIN Tulungagung. The analysis in this qualitative descriptive research was based on Cunningsworth’s and Miekley’s checklists for textbook evaluation. The book was evaluated on the category of aims and approaches, design and organization, content, skills, topic, methodology, vocabulary and grammar, exercises and activities, attractiveness of the text and physical make up, context, and practical considerations. The results showed that almost all categories are marked as adequate. It is indicated that the textbook mainly focused on vocabulary enrichment. Some recommendations for textbook improvement and revision are given at the final part of this study, particularly those related to the challenge on the advanced of technology.Keywords. ESP; Textbook Evaluation; English for Islamic Insight

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