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Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education
ISSN : 27459578     EISSN : 27236900     DOI : https://doi.org/10.52690/jadila
Core Subject : Education,
The journal aims to publish research articles. The scope of this journal can be seen as follow: Language Teaching Methodologies Teaching and Curricular Practices Curriculum Development and Teaching Methods Second and Foreign Language Teaching and Learning Classroom-Centered Research Literacy, Literature, Language, and Linguistics Language Education Teacher Education and Professional Development Teacher Training first, second, and foreign language acquisition Bilingual and Multilingual Education Translation New Technologies in Language Teaching Testing and Evaluation
Articles 74 Documents
An Analysis on English Teacher Strategies in Teaching Reading Comprehension Saputri, Yulia Ade; Rizal, Syamsul; Afriani, Zelvia Liska
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i3.125

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The purpose of this study was to analyze what strategies the teacher used in teaching reading comprehension and how the teacher applies the strategies used in teaching reading comprehension. The subjects of this study were teacher who taught English at SMAN 10 Kota Bengkulu . This type of research is designed as descriptive qualitative research. To collect data in the study,  researcher used Checklist Observation, Interview as an instrument in collected data and documentation. The procedure of this research is by means of researchers coming and participating in seeing and understanding how the teacher teaches reading comprehension in the classroom. The results of the study found that the two strategies used by the teacher, Scaffolding and QARs (Question Answers Relationship). Scaffolding strategy students can develop ideas that can be read by students and make students confident in reading comprehension. QARs (Question Answer Relationship), the teacher is able to know the extent to which students understand what the teacher has given them and the limits of the students' ability to do assignments after reading the text that has been given. Thus, it can be concluded that the teacher is good enough to implement this strategy in the classroom, but was slightly hindered by its application during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Students’ Problems in Answering Reading Comprehension Question of Descriptive Text in The “Mandiri” Textbook Published by Erlangga at SMPN 1 Kepahiang Diana, Meri; Syahrial, Syahrial; Yunita, Wisma
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i2.51

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This research aimed to find out the students’ problems in answering reading comprehension questions of descriptive text in the “Mandiri” textbook published and the causes of students’ problems in answering reading comprehension questions of descriptive text in the “Mandiri” textbook published by Erlangga at SMPN 1 Kepahiang. The design of this research was a descriptive quantitative research. This research was designed based on the problems identified and arranged to adjust the main purpose of the research, so that the researcher employed descriptive method. The researcher took 50 students as the sample of this research. The instruments of this study were reading test and interview guideline. The researcher used a reading test in multiple choice forms consisted of fourty numbers of questions included in Mandiri textbook published by Erlangga. Another instrument was an interview guideline. The interview guideline was arranged based on the result of the reading test to reconfirm the result of the reading test and to get an indepth data on the causes of students’ difficulties in reading comprehension. The findings of this research were; (1) the students’ problems in answering reading comprehension questions of descriptive text in the “Mandiri” textbook published by Erlangga at SMPN 1 Kepahiang were finding main idea, identifying specific information, inference, and vocabulary; (2) there were four causes of students’ problems in answering reading comprehension questions of descriptive text in the “Mandiri” textbook published by Erlangga at SMPN 1 Kepahiang; (a) finding main idea is rather complicated, the students need to read the text repeatly to find the main idea; (b) the students need to read from the beginning to finish this description so that they can get the information and answer the questions given; (c) to find inferences they must know the text well and clearly; (d) There are some words that they find difficult to understand and they have never met. They answered that there are some words which are not familiar to them.
Using Wattpad to Promote the Students’ Responses to Literary Works: EFL College Students’ Perspectives and Experiences of Enjoying Short Stories Anggitasari, Mega; Tarwana, Wawan; Febriani, R. Bunga; Syafryadin, Syafryadin
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i2.59

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This research is to investigate how EFL college students response in enjoying short stories by using Wattpad and to find out how their perception and experiences in enjoying short stories by means reading Wattpad. As interest in literacy activities, EFL college students’ choose Wattpad as an application to read short stories, Wattpad is a fairly popular and efficient application for reading short stories and can provide comments directly within the short story paragraphs and Wattpad has many advantages in promoting reader-response theory to EFL college students’ .This case study was conducted to the college students and 40 students. Three instruments covering the observation, the interview, and the questionnaire were chosen to gain the data. It was concluded that there is the positive feedback of using Wattpad as a media to learning literature similar to those previous studies, this research also focuses on Wattpad as a media to learning literature.
Students’ Perceptions Toward the Implementation of Quipper School as an E-Learning Platform in Teaching English Septinawati, Santi; Febriani, R. Bunga; Tarwana, Wawan; Syafryadin, Syafryadin
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i2.103

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This article reports the students’ perceptions in implementing Quipper School as an e- learning platform in teaching English and to know the advantages and disadvantages of it. This study took two sample classes with the overall fifty-three students by using cluster sampling technique and focusing on the survey study method. Twenty questionnaires provided to identify the students’ perceptions about quipper school. A depth information appear to be as important to gain more information and continuous responses to explore the advantages and disadvantages of implementing quipper school that have been undertaken by interviewing the students. The findings revealed that the students are comfortable learning with technology and also prefer to use IT. More significantly, The advantages of quipper school keep interaction between teacher and student in and out of the classroom, students still get lesson or review the material even though the teacher is not present in the classroom, and enhances students’ learning experiences using new learning system. Besides, quipper school also has disadvantages when it is applied in learning process, such as unstable internet connections, limited facilities (computer) that support learning by using quipper school, and there was no speaking material which it could be implemented in quipper school. It can be noted today learning and teaching can benefit from using quipper school in teaching English, students still get a lesson even though the teacher is not present to provide direct instruction and students can improve their achievement in learning English by reviewing the material wherever and whenever they are.
Code Switching and Code Mixing in English Language Learning Class Pharamita, Theresya Adhelya; Hardiah, Mei; Damayanti, Indah
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i3.117

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This research concerned with the types of code switching and code mixing used by the teachers, teachers’ reasons in using code switching and code mixing, and students’ perception of code switching and code mixing used by the teacher in the class. This research was a descriptive qualitative research. The researcher used observation checklist, video recording, interview, and questionnaire as the instruments of this research. The data of this research was analyzed by classifying the types of code switching used theory of Poplack and the types code mixing used theory of Hoffman. The result of this research shows that the English teachers did all the types of code switching in English class. Namely; tag code switching, inter-sentential code switching, and intra-sentential code switching. Meanwhile, the researcher found that the teachers only used two from the three types of code mixing. Namely; intra-sentential code mixing and intra-lexical code mixing. The type that did not appear was involvement in a change of pronunciation. This study revealed that the teachers’ reason in using code switching and code mixing are; to help the students in learning English and to make the students more focus in learning process. For the students’ perception, most of the students agreed that the use of code switching and code mixing helps them understand the materials in English language learning class.
The Correlation Between English Education Study Program Students’ Strategies in Learning English Pronunciation and Their Achievement in Speaking Loka, Assyfa Rahma Selvia Phita; Imranuddin, Imranuddin; Kurniawan, Ildi
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i1.12

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The aim of this research was to identify students’ pronunciation learning strategies and speaking achievement among students of the English Study Program at Universitas Bengkulu. Then, the research would like to find out whether or not there was any significant correlation between both variables. The research was a correlational research. The population consisted of 79 students of the English Education Study Program at Universitas Bengkulu in academic year 2018/2019. The total sample included 79 students. The instruments were pronunciation learning strategies questionnaire and students’ score in speaking for presentation course from the lecturer. The collected data were analyed by Pearson Product Moment formula. The result of this research showed that the Social Strategy was the most frequently used with a mean score 3.9 (“often” category). Then, high achievement students and middle achievement students used all strategies. The means of strategy score for high acchievement students was 3.9 and the middle achievement students was 2.98. The result of this research also revealed that there was a correlation between students’ pronunciation learning strategies and speaking achievement besause the correlation coefficient was 0.595, in “moderate” correlation category. It is concluded that it is needed to strength students’ achievement through introducing pronunciation learning strategies deeply.
Students’ Speaking Anxiety in English Class Sinaga, Atanasius Gabe Hardional; Syahrial, Syahrial; Hati, Gita Mutiara
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i1.13

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This research aimed to find out the level of students’ speaking anxiety students in English class and the most dominant factors that caused students’ speaking anxiety faced by the third grade students of Junior High School in SMPN 15 Bengkulu in English Classroom. This research used descriptive quantitative design with questionnaire as the instrument. The questionnaire of this research was Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety Scale (FLCAS) proposed by Horwitz et al. (1983). The data has been analyzed by using SPSS program. The population of this research was the third grade students in SMPN 15 Bengkulu. The total is 7 classes: class A, Class B, Class C, Class D, Class E, Class F, and Class G. The total number of population is 163 students. From 7 classes, the researcher decided to take only 20% of student each. The result of this research showed that the majority of the students of the third-grade were Mildly Anxious level and the most dominant factors causing the student speaking anxiety was the Fear of Negative Evaluation. According to the result, most of the students were already feel anxious about the fact that they had to speak in a group or individually and also being evaluated by the teacher in front of the English class. In conclusion, the researcher found that students are afraid to speak up in front of the class because they always think that other students will laugh at them and judge the student who speaks in front of the class. This might make the student’s speaking anxiety arise and make them to stay silent instead of speaking.
Types of Lexical Cohesion and Grammatical Cohesion in Thesis Abstracts Kirana, Rena Puspa; Mukhrizal, Mukhrizal; Jayanti, Fernandita Gusweni
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i1.14

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This research attempted at investigating the types of lexical cohesion and grammatical cohesion used in thesis abstracts composed by undergraduate English department students of Universitas Bengkulu and also the errors of using cohesion. The research was designed as a descriptive quantitative method. The corpus of this study was 30 thesis abstracts composed by undergraduate English department students of Universitas Bengkulu. The instrument of this research was self-developed checklist. In analyzing data, the researchers were using formula by Sugiono. The results of this research showed that : 1.) There were 458 as the total number of six lexical cohesion types found in 30 thesis abstracts and the most dominant type is Repetition (58.7%). 2.) There were 783 as the total number of four grammatical cohesion types found in 30 thesis abstracts and the most dominant type is Reference (70.2%). 3.) There werere three errors of using cohesion namely omission of conjunction and selection of conjunction. Therefore, it was concluded that the thesis abstracts composed by undergraduate English department students of Universitas Bengkulu were in the percentage of 99.76% good.
An Analysis of Social Deixis in the Madness of King George Movie Putra, Zovi Dwi; Sofyan, Dedi; Sembiring, Barnabas
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i1.15

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This research was aimed at finding out the kinds of social deixis and to explain the social stratification factors in each kind of social deixis in The Madness of King George movie. The type of this research was descriptived qualitative research. Instrument of research that used in this research is the documentation (library research). The matrix table used to collect the data about social deixis in the Madness of King George Movie. According to the matrix table, there are 965 kinds of Relational Social Deixis and 504 kinds of Absolute social deixis used in this movie. The dominant type of Relational Social Deixis is first personal pronoun which refers to the speaker itself. It was used 279 times from total of social deixis used in this movie. In Absolute Social Deixis category, the dominant type was “Sir” which was used 144 times. It was also explained that Relational Social Deixis category is dominant with the frequency of usage around 965 times more than Absolute Social Deixis with the frequency of usage around 504 times from total of social deixis used in this movie. Third, there were three factors of social stratification used in all utterances contained social deixis in this movie. It was found that the dominant social deixis, whether Relational or Absolute Social Deixis, refered to the male characters than the female characters. Because in the 19th century, the man held more power to lead the society and dominant in public relations, especially in Kingdom territory.
Investigating Students’ Self-Efficacy on the Use of Oral Peer Feedback in Speaking Subject Ratih, Ratih; Rustandi, Andi; Febriani, R. Bunga
Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Education Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Jadila: Journal of Development and Innovation in Language and Literature Educat
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52690/jadila.v1i1.16

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The study attempted to investigate students' self-efficacy on the use of oral peer feedback in speaking subject. Afterward, The researcher used a questionnaire to find out the level of student self-efficacy in giving oral peer feedback and the interview to find out how students with high and low self-efficacy give their oral peer feedback. This study employed qualitative strategies by using case study. The participants were 25 students who had used oral peer feedback in their speaking subject. The findings revealed that the students’ self-efficacy played such a big role in giving oral peer feedback in speaking subject. Their beliefs influence the process of achieving their goals and their performance as well. Furthermore, students with high self-efficacy tend to believe that they can handle any situation that they face effectively, use certain strategies, and learn from their experiences. Although, the students with low self-efficacy did not have certain strategies to face their performance which lead them into failure. Thus, the failure caused them to feel anxiety, sad, apathetic and worried all the time. Based on the findings self-efficacy has a great effect on the students’ achievement and performance in giving oral peer feedback in speaking subject and even the other courses.