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Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning
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Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning is a peer-reviewed journal published in Indonesia by the Faculty of Arts and Education, Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia. This journal aims to facilitate and promote the dissemination of scholarly information on research and development in the field of linguistics, literature, and language teaching and learning. The articles published in this journal can be the result of research, conceptual thinking, ideas, innovations, best practices, and book reviews. The scopes of this journal include the following topic areas: - English Literature - English Language Studies - Second Language Aquisition Theory - Curriculum in Language Learning - Innovations in Language Teaching and Learning
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THE USE OF DESCRIBING PICTURE STRATEGY TO IMPROVE SECONDARY STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL Pratiwi, Zakiyah Farhanah; Ayu, Mutiara
Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JELTL
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jeltl.v1i2.603

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Describing picture strategy is one of the techniques that can be used to improve students' speaking skills. Speaking skill is one of the subjects that difficult to be mastered by young learners. This study was conducted in SMA Al Azhar 3 Bandar Lampung at first-grade students. With qualitative data, the result showed that describing a picture strategy can improve students' speaking skills. This finding is in line with the previous research finding that describing pictures can help students to improve students’ speaking skills. Nevertheless, there are some problems gained in using describing picture strategy. Many students could not apply grammar correctly when they speak by using the strategy. The students are difficult to understand English when their friends speak English using describing the picture.
STUDENT WORKBOOK USE: DOES IT STILL MATTER TO THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STUDENTS’ LEARNING? Utami, Alvi Raihan; Aminatun, Dyah; Fatriana, Nina
Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning Vol 1, No 1 (2020): JELTL
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jeltl.v1i1.247

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One effort that teachers can do to improve their learning process is by developing learning resources for themselves and their students. Teachers can use student workbook (LKS) to be used as a source of learning for students. A student workbook that contains material summaries can help students more effectively understand the materials. Student workbook containing a variety of practice questions is believed to affect the effectiveness of student’s learning. This research aims to analyze the effects of using student workbook (LKS) towards the effectiveness of students’ learning. This research was conducted to see students' perceptions of the role of using student workbook (LKS) towards the effectiveness of student learning. To collect data, this study used a questionnaire distributed to 24 students using a survey administration application, consisting of six questions related to the students' perceptions of the role of using student workbook (LKS) towards student’s learning process. After all, participants had completed the questionnaire, the data were then categorized based on relevant findings. The findings reveal that the use of student workbook gives beneficial impact on students’ learning since it can be one of the sources of learning besides the teacher’s explanation. It also makes students easier in understanding the materials with simple content and various practices. In the end, this research hopefully can be useful as a reference or guide for future researchers who want to conduct similar research on the use of student workbook (LKS) as one of the resources in the teaching process.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MOVIE?: A STRATEGY OF ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDENTS TO IMPROVE ENGLISH VOCABULARY Br Simamora, Marta Widiawitasari; Oktaviani, Lulud
Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JELTL
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jeltl.v1i2.604

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Vocabulary is one of the most important language components in learning the English language. A vocabulary is several English words that are taught to students in the teaching and learning process which goes hand in hand with all four English skills, especially listening. By increasing vocabulary, students’ ability for better understanding in listening, speaking, reading, and writing will likely increase. The more they listen, the more words they will add to their mastering vocabulary. Moreover, many kinds of media may be used to exercise students’ ability nowadays, which include music, video, movies, etc. English movies can provide a great chance for students to learn English vocabulary by listening. This could happen because in watching movies students often hear new words that they may never hear before. The instruments used were questionnaires and interviews. The result showed that by watching English Movie they could add some vocabularies to their memory through listening and watching the scene in the English Movie.
THINK-PAIR-SHARE: ENGAGING STUDENTS IN SPEAKING ACTIVITIES IN CLASSROOM Apriyanti, Dian; Ayu, Mutiara
Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning Vol 1, No 1 (2020): JELTL
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Think-Pair-Share technique is one of the cooperative learning strategies that promote student involvement in the classroom. This strategy makes students engaged in in-class activities such as discussions and provides opportunities to share their ideas with others. The purpose of this study was to describe the implementation of the Think-Pair-Share strategy in teaching speaking skill for secondary students. A qualitative method with a descriptive analysis was undertaken in this study. The sample was twenty students of eighth grade. The data was collected through interviews, observation, and document analysis. The data analysis technique used was presented in a descriptive form. The results indicated the implementation of the Think-Pair-Share technique during the learning process took place following the stages that have been stated in the learning process plan made by the teacher. Appreciation for the implementation of the Think-Pair-Share technique both from students is quite good. Students stated that they can overcome the constraints in the learning process of speaking activity through Think-Pair-Share.
THE INFLUENCE OF ONLINE CAMBRIDGE DICTIONARY TOWARD STUDENTS’ PRONUNCIATION AND VOCABULARY MASTERY Ambarwati, Rosita; Mandasari, Berlinda
Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JELTL
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jeltl.v1i2.605

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Dictionary has become one important tool for learning a foreign language. Many kinds of dictionaries can be used for students who want to learn a foreign language. An online dictionary is one of the technologies that can be used for learning a foreign language. Nowadays in the digital era, students can use it through internet networking. Thus, this study discusses the influence of the online Cambridge dictionary on students' pronunciation and vocabulary of students at Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia (UTI). Subjects of the research were 25 students who take Academic Writing subject majoring in English Education study program. Data were then analyzed by using descriptive analysis. Data were collected through questionnaires and interviews, the student was given a questionnaire and interview related to an alternative reference in technology for learning vocabulary and pronunciation especially online Cambridge dictionary. As a result of this study, the online Cambridge dictionary influences student pronunciation and vocabulary in terms of pronunciation mastery and vocabulary enrichment. It is suggested that the online Cambridge dictionary can be an alternative solution to solve the problem of pronunciation and vocabulary mastery.
INDONESIAN EFL STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES TOWARDS LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SOFTWARE Putri, Emiliana; Sari, Fatimah Mulya
Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning Vol 1, No 1 (2020): JELTL
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jeltl.v1i1.244

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The use of strategy takes an important role in language learning. The use of Learning Management System software (LMSs) in the EFL classroom enables the students to get their target language. LMSs has a feature that can enhance communication between student to student and between lecturer and students. This study generally explores students’ perspectives toward the use of LMSs as a language learning strategy. This qualitative research was conducted in Universities in Lampung Province, Indonesia. The subjects were 33 undergraduate students in the English Education study program, Faculty of Arts and Education. The data used were questionnaires and interviews. The findings show that the participants give positive feedback toward their experiences in using LMSs. By using LMSs, admitted that LMSs was given improvement to their speaking, reading, listening, and writing skill. However, some students revealed that there were some technical problems founds when they use LMSs, such as bad gateway connection. Nevertheless, learning a language using LMSs as the strategy helps the students to have self-learning experiences.
UTILIZING NOVEL IN THE READING CLASS TO EXPLORE STUDENTS’ VIEWPOINT OF ITS EFFECTIVENESS Sasalia, Oktaviari Ayu; Sari, Fatimah Mulya
Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JELTL
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jeltl.v1i2.606

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The use of novel on reading skills was important as an efficient and effective media. The novel helped students evaluate their reading skills. This research aimed to investigate student’s perceptions of the use of novels on reading skills. This research was a descriptive qualitative type. The subject of this research was English education students whose numbers were adjusted to the needs of the research, 22 students. This study was conducted at Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia, Bandar Lampung. The instrument of data collection used a questionnaire and interview. The data analysis method was descriptive qualitative. The results showed participants had a positive perception toward using interactive instruction with authentic literary texts, such as novels, on their reading ability. Hence, it can be concluded that the use of English novels can be an alternative way to improve their reading skills in the English learning process.
LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES OF UNDERGRADUATE EFL STUDENTS Lestari, Mega; Wahyudin, Achmad Yudi
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This study attempts to explore the language learning strategies used by the students’ who take English Literature study programs in English as a foreign language (EFL) setting. This study involves 76 participants asked to fulfill a questionnaire called Strategy Inventory for Language Learning (SILL) developed by Oxford (1990). The result of this research showed that metacognitive has been the most frequently used strategy followed by social and compensation strategies while affective strategies become the least strategy used by the students. This research could be meaningful insight for other researches or the students to analyze the language learning strategies used by the students and be meaningful to know the language learning strategies that appropriate especially in the field of the second language.
STUDENTS' POINT OF VIEW ON THE USE OF WHATSAPP GROUP TO ELEVATE WRITING ABILITY Handayani, Evyta Tri; Aminatun, Dyah
Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning Vol 1, No 2 (2020): JELTL
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jeltl.v1i2.602

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English has been an important language nowadays. The role of the English language also has become the qualification of many people. However, many students state that English is not an easy language to master especially in Indonesia. Teachers also find it as a challenge in teaching English in Indonesia. They must have the appropriate technique and media for the students. One of the media that can be used by teachers to teach and engage students’ participation in learning English is WhatsApp. This application is also popular among the students as instructional learning mobile medium, including as a teaching medium to teach writing for students. Besides it is easy to operate, many students are familiar with it. This research aimed to find out students’ perspectives towards the use of WhatsApp group in improving students’ writing ability. This study applied a descriptive qualitative study with 37 students of the English Education study program as the participants. The data instrument used in this research were questionnaire and interview. The findings show that teaching writing by using the WhatsApp group can bring positive effects and benefit during the teaching and learning process. Besides that, it can also develop students’ writing ability. This result is supported by students’ opinions which state many good responses to this media rather than bad responses. Moreover, the result also shows that the WhatsApp group is one of the appropriate learning platforms for education in Indonesia.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FUN FISHING TO TEACH SPEAKING FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Sinaga, Robekka Risten Fransiska; Oktaviani, Lulud
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To produce competitive students that ready to face the trend of language learning in English as a foreign language, especially speaking skills, teachers should be ready to develop good planning in the teaching process. It can be in the form of strategies that can motivate students in the learning process. Moreover, in teaching elementary school students, teachers should be more creative to encourage students’ motivation in speaking by using attractive teaching media which involves physical activity because young learners usually only have a short attention span. By using teaching media, students will learn a language in such attractive and fun ways. Thus, the researchers want to see the use of Fun Fishing in teaching speaking at one of the Elementary Schools in Lampung to encourage students in learning English. This research used a qualitative method since it disclosed how to implement Fun Fishing media in an Elementary School in Lampung. As a result, the students were divided into four groups consisted of 2-3 members and learned English which involved physical activity. To sum up, using this media in learning English can motivate students to speak in English and make teaching and learning become more fun because they did physical activity.

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