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JELLT (Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching)
ISSN : 25487728     EISSN : 25990373     DOI : https://doi.org/10.36412/jellt.v4i1
Core Subject : Education,
Welcome to the Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching (JELLT). This is a new, open-access journal which hopes to provide a platform both for established and early-career English teachers and educators, as well as motivated language learners and researchers. JELLT is engaged with developing and elaborating theories, practices and innovations in language and literary teaching. It also opens to include closely relevants thoughts and breakhtroughs to assist learners of English as a foreign language and researchers interested in the contribution of literary works to the language learning and education in general. The journal is published twice a year and accepts research papers and forum articles asa well as theory review or elaboration. The articles are all subject to peer review before being accepted for inclusion. Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching (JELLT) aims to develop as a pioneer journal for the learning of English language, linguistics, literature and culture and adbocate emerging issues pertaining to the languagel teaching and humanity. Areas relevant to the scope of the journal include language teaching, Language and Linguistics, Theory of Literature, Culture and Criticism, Art and humanity issues, and contemporary language development and policies.
Articles 45 Documents
USE OF SONGS IN TEACHING SIMPLE TOBE AND PAST TENSE TEACHING Hampp, Paula L.
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 4, No 1 (2019): June
Publisher : Manado State University (Universitas Negeri Manado)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v4i1.939

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The purpose of this study was to see whether the use of English songs can improve students' understanding and mastery of Simple and Past Tense in affirmative sentences, denying and questioning sentences. And to prove that songs are also effective in increasing students' abilities in mastery ‘To Be’ Benefits of research. The results of the study are expected to be useful for researchers, students, lecturers and academics: Firstly, This research is expected to be useful for researchers to know precisely the conditions of the field, the problem of the learning process so that it becomes a reference in preparing before facing the actual conditions. Secondly, For students, the use of this method is expected to help them understand the lesson more easily and make them like English because the use of this method is fun. Thirdly, for readers, you will get information about the method of teaching English using English songs. Finally, Students can learn and understand the use of tobe in the present tense form and past tense and get new vocabulary through the song. Not only knowing the meaning of the words in the song. However, students can also understand the true meaning of the song they are listening to. Through question and answer that is done after students listen to the song, students are also asked to dare to say the answer according to the questions given. Besides that songs as authentic material can make classes interesting and fun, increase students' interest in learning, provide everyday language exposure that is generally not displayed in textbooks, and integrate several language skills at once. One thing that teachers also need to pay attention to is the discussion of cultural aspects when instructors use songs in the classroom. In this study we can conclude. Keywords: Songs; Teaching; Simple Tobe; Simple Past Tense.
OPPOSING VIEWS IN WEBBER’S JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR: A DECONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS Dengah, Oktavianus; Maru, Mister G.; Lolowang, Imelda
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 4, No 2 (2019): November
Publisher : Manado State University (Universitas Negeri Manado)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v4i2.2410

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Opposing Views in Webber's "Jesus Christ Superstar" is the focus of the analysis inthisskripsi.The approach is applied to analyze the data since the data is needed the primary source. "Jesus Christ Superstar by Andrew Webber Opposing views in the drama can be observed through all the characteristics of Judas Iscariot. In this drama, there are some things that are contrary for Christian because some scenes are not the same as the real story. As a result of Judas's view that made Jesus's role different, giving rise to contradictory things, Judas was one of the followers who disliked the personality of Jesus, so there was no existence of Jesus to heal, a sense of compassion, and other powers that looked ordinary. Writers use deconstruction analysis to find out the opposition the drama. Through this skripsi, the writers can find things that are contrary to Christian faith and can also be used as a moral message in everyday life, whether in religious life, moral messages for teachers, and what can be taught things that can be used as moral values to students in school as character education. Keywords:        Opposing views, Deconstruction, Jesus Christ, and. Judas Iscariot.
AN ANALYSIS OF CODE SWITCHING USED IN CLASSROOM Gerungan, Friskila N.; Olii, Sanerita T.; Andries, Fivy
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 5, No 1 (2020): June
Publisher : Manado State University (Universitas Negeri Manado)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v5i1.2431

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This study is aimed at analysing the forms or types of code switching and describing the meaning of the forms used by teacher or students in English learning process in classroom. In conducting this reseearch, the writer used descriptive method. The data were taken during English lerning process, where, there are teacher and students in. To collect the data the writer used recorder and notes.  The data collected were analyzed by doing Unitization, Categorization, Explanation and Interpretation in English words and sentence, used as code switching during the classroom.The findings in this study show that code switching used by teacher and students during the English learning process are form of intersentensial code switching, intrasentensial code switching and tag switching. The meaning of those forms or sentence depend on structure of the sentence or context of the sentence. It is expected that, this research can give a contribution to the development of sosiolinguistics, and give motivation to other researcher to combine or improve the same topic of research in the future to develop English leraning process. Keywords: Code Switching, English Learning Process
A Correlational Study of Past Tense and Compound Word Mastery toward the Ability in Comprehending Narrative Text Mumek, Fernando
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 3, No 01 (2018): June
Publisher : Manado State University (Universitas Negeri Manado)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v3i01.740

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This is a correlational research focuses on finding out whether there is a correlation of past tense and compound word mastery toward the ability in comprehending narrative text which conducted at the tenth grade of SMAN 1 Remboken, academic year 2018/2019. The population of this research was the tenth grade of SMAN 1 Remboken which consisted of 153 students. Random sampling technique was used to draw sample consisted of 30 students. The researcher administered three kinds of tests in the form of written namely grammar test, vocabulary test, and reading comprehension test. to find out the validity and reliability of the tests, the instruments used were tested. The result of the tests showed that there was a significant correlation of past tense and compound word mastery toward the ability in comprehending narrative text. Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient established a positive correlation among the variables with score 0.892 and the probability values obtained is 0. Since the value of significance 0 < 0.05, it can be decided that the hypothesis H0 was rejected and H1 was accepted. As the result, there was a positive correlation of past tense and compound word mastery toward the ability in comprehending narrative text at tenth grade of SMAN 1 Remboken, academic year 2018/2019.Keywords: correlation, past tense, compound word, comprehending narrative text
WATCHING MOVIE CLIPS AS A STRATEGY TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ LISTENING SKILL Maniku, Jein; Maru, Mister Gidion; Liando, Nitha
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 1, No 01 (2016): November
Publisher : Manado State University (Universitas Negeri Manado)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v1i01.24

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The aim of this study is to (1) reveal how the process of using watch movie clips as astrategy in improving students’ listening skill in teaching and learning activity. (2) find outwhether the use of watch movie clips as a strategy can improve students’ listening skill ornot.Classroom action research is used in research design. The research was conducted fromFebruary 10th 2016 until February 24th 2016 at the grade twelve students of SMA Negeri1 Pineleng. The research was conducted in two cycles inclusive of two meetings in everycycle. Every cycle consisted of four steps: plan, action, observation, and reflection. Theresearch data were collected by observation and test. The qualitative data were analyzedthrough Miles and Huberman’s Three-Part Analysis, meanwhile the quantitative data wereanalyzed through mean score formula. The result of the data analysis using mean scoreformula indicates that the post-test score in cycle two 83.75 is higher than the pre-test64.75 The research findings show that watching movie clips as a strategy could improvestudents’ listening skill, related to the improvement of: the students’ ability in answeringteacher’s question correctly, the students’ ability in determining the general idea and specificinformation, the students’ ability in making a summary and retelling the story, and thestudents’ score in listening test. Based on the findings, it can be concluded that watchingmovie clips as a strategy can improve students’ listening skill.The research is expected togive input for English teacher in improving students’ listening skill, and to use watchingmovie clips as a strategy in teaching and learning English activity. In addition, to solvestudents’ problem in improving their listening skill.Keywords : Watching; movie clips; improve; listening skill.
OVERCOMING DIFFICULTIES IN LEARNING ENGLISH AT THE 8th GRADE STUDENTS’ IN CHRISTIAN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL RANOTANA WERU Lambe, Livianni
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 4, No 1 (2019): June
Publisher : Manado State University (Universitas Negeri Manado)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v4i1.943

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The 8th grade student in Christian Junior High School Ranotana Weru in Manado applies the 2013 curriculum in English subjects which this curriculum focuses on the ability to communicate orally and written. However, students have difficulty in making sentences, especially simple sentences consisting of 1 subject, 1 predicate, and 1 object because they lack of vocabulary, do not understand the structure of the sentence and the absence of a permanent teacher of English. Keywords: English; Vocabulary; Simple Sentences.
A Study on the Use of Songs to Improve Students’ Pronunciation and Listening Skill Lengkoan, Fergina
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 2, No 02 (2017): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v2i02.14

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The aims of this research are to describe how is the process of teaching listening and pronunciation by using songs and to find out if the use of songs can help improve students’ pronunciation and listening skill at English education department. This study is a classroom action research. The population of this research was students of the second semester at English Education Department. The sample of this research was class B in Intermediate Listening subject and the total students involved  in this research were of 23 students. The instruments of this research were tests, in the form of oral test and written test, observation sheetsand documents. The implementation of this research was conducted in two cycles, every cycle consisted with the steps of planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. The findings in the analysis show that the action research was successfull, because the results of quantitative data obtained for the first cycle was 39.3 % of the total number of students declared not succeeded and the second cycle 86.9 % of the total number of students declared successful and the results of qualitative data through observation sheets and documents showed that the use of songs can improve students’ pronunciation and listening skill. There is an increase in student learning outcomes of intermediate listening subjects after using the songs in teaching and learning activities. Based on the findings it is concluded that the use of songs could improve students’ pronunciation and listening skill. Furthermore the use of songs is effective as a media to improve students’ pronunciation and listening skill. Thus this research may suggest that the use of songs should be used routinely in each learning activity because in the activity the students would be able to comprehend what they learn. It is recommended, the use of songs which are simple, enjoyable, pleasurable, comfortable, and easy to learn may help students’ learning. Key Words: Songs, English Foreign Language, Pronunciation, and Listening
IMPROVING STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION THROUGH PICTURE AND PICTURE Mantiri, Hapsari Ovina; Palengkahu, Noldy; Tuerah, Dr. Ignatius Javier C.
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 4, No 2 (2019): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v4i2.2397

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The purpose of the study is to improve students’ reading comprehension of narrative text using Picture and Picture. This study is delimited on using picture and picture in teaching reading comprehension in Narrative Text to the first year student of SMK Santa Familia Tomohon. In this research, the researchers use quantitative research. Where quantitative research is used to obtain and to collect the data in the form of numbers, through Pre-experimental design with one group pre-test and post-test. Based on the explanation of previous chapters, it can be concluded that; picture and picture technique is effective to improve students’ reading comprehension, teaching reading comprehension by using picture and picture can help student improving their comprehension in reading and increase their cooperation to develop the other language skills. Then, the result of this research shows that the students’ score in Post-test is higher than their score in Pre-test. It means that Picture and Picture technique in teaching reading comprehension is effective. Therefore, it is suggested to apply Picture and picture technique in class related to the situation and material that is going to be taught in school to improve more about students’ skill not only in group but also personally. The teacher is suggested to pay more attention to increase students’ comprehension in reading. Keywords:        Reading, Picture and Picture Technique, Pre-experimental
MARRIAGE CONFLICT IN PAULA HAWKINS’S THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN Janis, Angelie Aurelia; Maru, Mister G.; Sabudu, Delli
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 4, No 2 (2019): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v4i2.2411

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The writers use qualitative research as the design in this study. The data are collected in the form of words and is present in the form of quotes or descriptions. The main source in the novel itself is The girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins, and secondary sources are other related documents such as relevant books, dictionaries, internet browsing, other literary works. In analyzing the data, the writers use objective approach. In brief, this concentrates on the work itself without considering the outer part of the novel such as the social background of the novel. This approach leads the writers to analyse the work only focusing on the work itself, in which how the interrelationship of the elements of the novel have built and formed. The result shows that the conflict occurred the first marriage conflict, and the second marriage conflict caused by the character of the novel The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkin's namely Tom. A selfish husband who is never satisfied, while the characters involve so that the conflict occurred is Rachel former Tom's wife who could not give a child to Tom, Anna cheates Tom and becomes Tom’s wife and Megan Tom’s second affair. The first marriage conflict occurred between Tom and Rachel because Tom had an affair with the reason Rachel could not provide child. The second marriage conflict occurred between Tom and Anna.
STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARDS ENGLISH TEACHING STIMULUS VARIATION SKILLS AT SMP KRISTEN RURUKAN Lengkong, Prayske Pertiwi; Palenkahu M.Pd, Prof. Noldy; Tuerah, M.Pd, Dr. Ignatius Javier C.
Journal of English Language and Literature Teaching Vol 4, No 2 (2019): November
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36412/jellt.v4i2.2422

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This research is conducted to identify and describe the students’ perception towards English Teaching Stimulus Variation Skills at SMP Kristen Rurukan. The population of this research are ninth grade students of SMP Kristen Rurukan, consisting of 22 students from grade 9A and 24 students from grade 9B. The method of data analysis is descriptive method and the writers use questionnaires to collect the data. The results of this research are among six indicators, there are five indicators which are voice variation, focusing, pausing, gesturing and movement shows that English teacher vary in teaching while one another indicator that is eye contact is less vary. Based on the results above, English teacher must improve the variety of teaching stimulus variation skills especially in terms of eye contact so that students pay more attention to the lesson and learning better. Teacher should also develop all the stimulus variation skills in order form a positive attitude of students and they also will love the English subject and won’t feel bored but will be more participate in various learning processes. For students, it is necessary to pay more attention, so they can enjoy in learning English. RelaxeKeywords:       Perception, Teaching, Stimulus Variation Skills.