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LADU: Journal of Languages and Education
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LADU: Journal of Languages & Education provides a forum for discussion of current topics and issues in language and literacy that have a direct influence on thinking and practice in education. Articles draw important and well-communicated implications of their subject matter for one or more of the following: policy, curriculum, pedagogy or evaluation in education. Articles on all aspects of language education are welcome in the dominant language of the country, society, or the education system concerned. This includes mother tongue, second and foreign language education, issues related to immersion education, content-based language teaching, CLIL, bi / multilingual, and teaching media.
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The use of social media as a means of improving English skills Ngadwan, Ngadwan; Adijaya, Nuryansyah
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 1 (2020): LADU: Journal of Languages & Education Vol 1 No 1 November 2020
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Background:  Each user has their smartphone to do communication. The user tends to use social media to communicate each other. Now in pandemic of COVID 19, the teachers do mostly communication to the students and/or to the expatriate teacher are using English.Purpose: This study is aim to reveal on teacher perspective on what extent that the social media help them to enrich the English skills.Design and methods: This study is conducted by using narrative inquiry method. The narrative inquiry method aims to reveal certain topic referring to stories and/or experiences. There are 9 participants who works as teacher at international schools at Tangerang. The participants’ selection is using purposive sampling strategy as knowing the participants will give their stories to only their close friend. The data is validated by triangulation of data source technique. The triangulation of data source technique is done by crosschecking the data among participants’ responses.Results: This study revealed that social websites and the content of media give more impact to the improvement of English skills of the teachers. This research recommends to investigate a certain categories social media on specific skills and/or to investigate a certain platform in promoting the English learning process.
An Annotated Translation of Bicycle Shop Murder Firstiyanti, Aulia Haris
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 3 (2021): LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1 No 3 March 2021
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Background: This research article is focusing on annotated translation to describe and give plausible reasons in solving the translation problems.Purpose: The purposes of this study are: (1) to attain information concerning the difficulties faced by the researcher while translating the source text, and (2) to give plausible translation reasons to the difficulties.Design and methods: Introspective and retrospective methods are employed to explore the plausible translation on Bicycle Shop Murder novel. Data findings are validated using translation strategies by Chesterman.Results: As the researcher tries to figure out problems during the process of translation by giving annotation for each data, it shows that from the 30 data chosen to be analyzed, there are: two (2) literal translation, two (2) loan, two (2) calque, two (2) transposition, two (2) clause structure change, two (2) phrase structure change, two (2) synonymy, two (2) antonymy, four (4) distribution change consisting of two (2) compression and two (2) expansion, two (2) paraphrase, two (2) naturalization, two (2) coherence change, two (2) explicitness change from implicit into explicit, and two (2) interpersonal change used to solve these problems.
Hypertextuality representation in a novel of J. Barnes: a history of the world in 10½ chapters Shlipatska, Anna
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 4 (2021): LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1 No 4 May 2021
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Background:  The 21st century is marked by a drastic development of computer technology, which caused the growing interest in the hypertext. Despite the fact that it is mainly associated with the informational technology, the hypertext has also been a center of cross-disciplinary researches, as well as in the field of text linguistics.Purpose: Hence, the present article deals with the hypertextuality phenomenon in the emotive prose.Design and methods: By implementing the methods of comparative, structural, contextual, and intertextual analysis, the compositional and linguistic means of its representation are investigated on the basis of the novel by J. Barnes A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters.Results: Julian Barnes is one of the most popular contemporary British writers. He is considered a postmodernism icon, whereas an American writer and critic J. C. Oates calls him a “pre-postmodernist”. He is an author to more than 20 novels. A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters (1989) is a novel where the author experimented with a form. The book consists of ten novellas and Parenthesis. As far as the novel is considered an icon of postmodernistic literature, the revelation of a hypertext system there makes it possible to claim hypertextuality a distinctive marker of a postmodernistic perception of the world
Kinds of figurative language in three songs of Disney movies original soundtrack Sari, Wati Purnama
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 3 (2021): LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1 No 3 March 2021
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Background: Figurative language are quite popular in song’s lyric because we can hide our messages or what we had experienced or felt. That became a reason why we should learn more about kinds of figurative language in order to understand more about the real meanings that are conveyed in the songs.Purpose: The aim for this research is to discover the kinds of figurative language in three songs of Disney Movies Original Soundtrack.Design and methods: In this research, the researcher used qualitative methods. In analyzing the data, the researcher used Mezo’s theory of figurative language. The source of data for this research are from Disney movies original soundtrack namely, the song entitled “Lead the way” from Raya and the last dragon movie, “Love, brave and true” from Mulan movie and “How does a moment last forever” from the Beauty and the Beast movie. The data from this research are the sentences that had figurative language. Result: After doing an analysis, there are 21 data appeared. The researcher discovered 6 kinds of figurative language from those data namely, Hyperbole (6 data), Metaphor (5 data), Personification (4 data), Litotes (2 data), Simile (2 data), and Synecdoche (2 data).
Teaching English writing with fun to elementary students Nurkilah, Siti
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 2 (2021): LADU: Journal of Languages & Education Vol 1 No 2 January 2021
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Background:  Elementary school students often complain on writing assignments from their teachers. As a consequence, the elementary students are not enthusiastic about understanding English writing.Purpose: This study aims to identify the technique of teaching English writing for elementary students.Design and methods: The method used is library research method as an activity carried out systematically to collect, process, and conclude data using certain methods/techniques.Results: The study reveals elementary students in low grade (I, II, III) uses creative writing, media word games and high class (IV, V, VI) uses collaborative writing.
Euphemism types in the Washington Times online political articles: a study of semantic change Jaganegara, Haidar; Arvian, Elsan; Noryatin, Yeni
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 1 (2020): LADU: Journal of Languages & Education Vol 1 No 1 November 2020
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Background:  There is a situation when people are discussing topics that are considered sensitive which labeled vulgar or inconsiderate such as death, religion, sex, racial issues, or politics, the use of euphemism is very useful. By using the euphemism, it can turn unmentionable words into mentionable and less offensive. Turning the unmentionable or bad words into mentionable or good words that make euphemism give rise to semantic change through changing the sense of words.Purpose: The aim of this research is to find the types of euphemism in The Washington Times online political articles.Design and methods: This research applied a descriptive qualitative method, while the data were collected by close reading and observing the words, phrases, or clauses that contain the euphemism types in The Washington Times online political articles. This research applies the theory of Allan and Burridge for euphemism typesResults: As the results of representative data, the types of euphemism found in the articles are 3 metaphors, 1 remodeling, 9 circumlocutions, 1 abbreviation, 2 one-for-one substitutions, and 1 hyperbole. All of the euphemism types in this research are often used as substitute expressions in order to have a positive connotation and to save the readers from unpleasant topics or issues.
The analysis of speech act in Thor: Ragnarok Putri, Erna Pranata
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 2 (2021): LADU: Journal of Languages & Education Vol 1 No 2 January 2021
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Background:  People attempt to express themselves by producing utterances. The utterances do not only contain grammatical structures and words but people also perform actions through the utterances. In producing an utterance, the speaker regularly anticipates the hearer to recognize his/her intention. The study that covers this is speech act.Purpose: This research attempted to analyse the classification of speech acts proposed by Searle, namely representatives, directives, expressives, commissives, and declaraions in the movie script of Thor: Ragnarok.Design and methods: A qualitative method was used in this research. The object of this study is the movie script of Thor: Ragnarok.Results: The result showed that there are 189 data included in the category Representative which covers 38% out of the total data, 183 data included in the category Directive which covers 37% out of the total data, 77 data included in the category Expressive which covers 15% out of the total data, 50 data included in the category Expressive which covers 10% out of the total data, and 2 data included in the category Declarations.
Bilingual Phenomenon Usage in Presenting Make Up Tutorial Akbari, Hanny; Hidayat, Arif; Khairunnas, Sayyid
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 1 (2020): LADU: Journal of Languages & Education Vol 1 No 1 November 2020
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Background: . The writer interested to analyze the code switching and code mixing in Suhay Salim’s video because she is a bilingual speaker. She is able to speak both Bahasa and English. In each her video, Suhay Salim always uses code switching and code mixing.Purpose: The objective of this research is to know the types of code switching and code mixing used in the video, and also to know the reasons why the speaker used code switching and code mixing in her YouTube video.Design and methods: The data were collected through library research. The method of this research is descriptive qualitative method.Results: The result of this analysis is indicated that: (1) Types of code switching that found are situational code switching and metaphorical code switching. (2) types of code mixing found are insertion and alternation. (3) while the reasons to use code switching and code mixing are talking about particular topic, real lexical need, interjection, repetition used for clarification, and expressing group identity. 
Applied, type and rational-using of code switching in Insecurity novel Ambanilah, Eldalati; Hidayat, Arif; Rosalinah, Yanti
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 3 (2021): LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1 No 3 March 2021
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Background:  People often used the code in their daily conversation, spoken or written language, formal or informal. When people do code switching, it can make them become bilingual.Purpose: The objective of this paper is to find out how many code switching are applied, types of code switching in dialog between the characters in Insecurity novel of Angelina Johnson included the reasons for using the code switching.Design and methods: The method used in this analysis is qualitative descriptive method with the library and internet research. This analysis focused on analyzing the types of code switching based on the theory of Poplack and reasons for using code switching based on Hoffman theory.Results: The results of analysis found the total in dialog that code switching occurs 141 data from chapter 1 to 19. Total 3 types of code switching, that most widely used is intra-sentential occurs 122 times, then inter-sentential 13 times, while tag switching occurs 6 times. And also found that only six reasons based on Hoffman theory by talking about particular topic found 47 times, quoting somebody else found 3 times, being empathic found 14 times, interjection found 6 times, repetition used for clarification found only once, while intention of clarifying found 14 times.
Serial image media for writing narrative text skills Lestari, Elisabeth Rosalinda Putri
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol 1, No 2 (2021): LADU: Journal of Languages & Education Vol 1 No 2 January 2021
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Background:  Using the media, the students are able to do proper sorting and treatment in learning activities.Purpose: This study aims to determine the effect of the application of serial image media on writing narrative text skills.Design and methods: This research uses a quantitative approach. The type used is a Quasi Experimental Design research, this design has a control group, but does not fully function to control the external variables that affect the implementation of the experiment. The research design used is the Non Equivalent Control Group Design.Results: The result showed that the experimental group obtained an average score of 82.86 and the control group obtained an average score of 71.18. the use of serial image media has a positive effect on writing narrative text skills of stu-dents in grade V Cipinang Besar Utara 7 Elementary school.

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