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Defining Anxiety Jusuf, Harni
Al-Lisan Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Januari 2015
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To support the successful of teaching learning process, it must be supported by some apsects, such as: learning syles, teaching strategies, affective factors, and socio-cultural factors. One of the affective factors that must be pay attention in language learning is anxiety. Usually, language anxiety happen when students learn foreign language. Anxiety divided into trait anxiety, state anxiety, and situation-specific anxiety. Language anxiety causes by three (1) communication apprehension (CA); (2) test anxiety; and (3) fear of negative evaluation. To know the level of students’ language anxiety, it can be measured through foreign language classroom anxiety scale (FLCAS). It is an instrument that has beendesigned firstly by Elaine K. Horwitz et al. The instrument is a questionnaireconsists of 33 item of questions.
Defining Anxiety Jusuf, Harni
Al-Lisan Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Januari 2015
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To support the successful of teaching learning process, it must be supported by some apsects, such as: learning syles, teaching strategies, affective factors, and socio-cultural factors. One of the affective factors that must be pay attention in language learning is anxiety. Usually, language anxiety happen when students learn foreign language. Anxiety divided into trait anxiety, state anxiety, and situation-specific anxiety. Language anxiety causes by three (1) communication apprehension (CA); (2) test anxiety; and (3) fear of negative evaluation. To know the level of students’ language anxiety, it can be measured through foreign language classroom anxiety scale (FLCAS). It is an instrument that has beendesigned firstly by Elaine K. Horwitz et al. The instrument is a questionnaireconsists of 33 item of questions.
Students’ Perceptions of Using Machine Translation Tools In the EFL Classroom Sujarwo, Sujarwo
Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa (e-Journal) Vol. 6 No. 2 (2020): Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa (e-Journal)
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Machine Translation (MT) refers to automatically trying to translate words, phrases, text, or speech from one language to another (Arnold et al., 1994). This study aims to analyze English as Foreign Language (EFL) students’ perceptions on utilizing machine translation (MT) in translating words, phrases, text, or speech. This research used descriptive qualitative method, 13 EFL students as respondents using this type of technology were described and analyzed. Data were gained from the analysis of the translation quality supported by machine translation procedures and questionnaires to 13 English students in translation subject. The results showed that, EFL students in the sixth and seventh semester of English education department of Megarezky University in translating words, phrases, texts, paragraphs had to recheck and rearrange to get a good translation by their own understandings. Machine Translation (MT) becomes another option to recognize the meaning of foreign language. Machine Translation can be used as dictionary as well. MT is incredibly useful and helpful, it can provide a general description to the users, it gives an inspiration or consideration to the users to understand the meaning.
A Mind Mapping : A Strategy to Enhance Students’ English Grammatical Structure Wibowo, Furqon Edi
Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa (e-Journal) Vol. 6 No. 2 (2020): Al-Lisan: Jurnal Bahasa (e-Journal)
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The goal of this review was to study about the implementation of Mind Mapping in teaching grammar in the second semester of students of the Department of English Education at IAIN Surakarta. Observation and documentation were the instruments for collecting the data. These instruments were used to collect data on the Mind Mapping process in grammar teaching, problems and solutions. The data analysis technique started with data reduction, data display and verification. First, the findings revealed that the implementation of Mind Mapping in teaching grammar was only used to provide an overview of the material. It was developed by elaborating, questioning, and responding techniques or methods for transferring the material. Mind Mapping made the students active in giving feedback and become a measure in assessing how far the students understood the material during the teaching-learning process, the students were very eager to analyze the material using Mind Mapping. It could be seen from their direct reactions during the teaching-learning process and observed the work of the student in the classroom. Second, there are some advantages to using mind mapping in grammar teaching. They were; (1) giving students an overview of the concept of grammar material; (2) making grammar easier to understand; and (3) helping students to easily memorize the concept of English grammatical structure.
Teachers Language in English Foreign Language (EFL) Classroom of English Education Study Program in STAIN Parepare Mujahidah, Mujahidah
Al-Lisan Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Al-Lisan
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A teacher language is important for both the organization of the classroom and the processes of second and foreign language acquisition. The use of target language and native language is still discussion of English education experts now. This research aims to analyze and to describe teacher language relates to the use of native language and target language in teaching in EFL classroom and to find out the students’ perception toward teacher language in EFL classroom. The result of the research is expected to enrich theory of the use of native and target language in EFL classroom so that the theory can be used by teacher to refine the appropriate and effective use of native and target language in EFL classroom to improve students’ level of proficiency in English, especially in English Education Program in STAIN Parepare. The design of research is survey research. The research takes four English teachers (listening, speaking, reading, and writing teachers) as data resources. It uses observation and questionnaire in collecting data.  In analyzing data, the researchers use statistic descriptive. The research findings show Listening teacher uses 57% target language and 43% native language. The portion is perceived good. Speaking teacher uses 57% target language and 43% native language. The portion is perceived good. Reading teacher uses 92% target language and 8% native language. The portion is perceived good. Writing teacher uses 29% target language and 71% native language. Target language portion is perceived fair but native language portion is perceived good.
Improving Students’ Reading Comprehension Through Cloze Test Method Saleh, Yuwin R. Saleh R.
Al-Lisan Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Al-Lisan
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This research was a classroom action research conducted at the second semester students of English Study Program IAIN Sultan Amai Gorontalo, academic year 2012/2013. This research was done into 2 cycles. The chief aim of this research was to investigate whether cloze test method can improve the students’ reading comprehension. The data of this research gained from observation sheet of lecturer’s activities, observation sheet of students’ learning activities, observation sheet of retelling, and test to know students’ reading comprehension in answering questions and retelling the reading texts. From analysis data of cycle 1 to cycle 2 it shown that the students’ reading comprehension in answering questions achieved 77.78% while students’ reading comprehension in retelling achieved 83,33%. It means that the action hypothesis the cloze test method can improve the students’ reading comprehension at the second semester of English Study Program of IAIN Sultan Amai Gorontalo of academic year 2013/2014 has proved and can be accepted.
Muatan Pendidikan Karakter Pada Kalimat Bahasa Inggris Akhmad, Enni
Al-Lisan Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Al-Lisan
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This writing discusses about English language lesson that can be used to implement character values on students or learners. English language teaching and learning, since then is considered as a lesson which only teaches the language skills, namely English language, which comes from secular countries. The teachers, generally, have perception that character education only can be implemented through religion lessons. They do not realize that English language also reflects character values that owned by the language users. Its values are reflected on the models of its sentences, for example the discipline value, the politeness and the honest. The sentences models are taken as the sample in this writing is “Tenses”.  
Tinjauan Psikologis Pemerolehan Bahasa dan Kemampuan Bernalar Pada Anak Pateda, Lamsike
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The parents and the family have important role in educating and delivering children to acquire their language. The process of children’ language acquisition is known as golden age phase, it is the important phase of human life. The success of development phase is determined here, because the children’ brain develop faster than the adult and it influences to their stimulus which come from their envronment, either in home or in school. Eventually, the children will have well knowledge according to previous information then connecting to the next information. The acquisition and the using of language (the ability of thinking) shows the children comprehension toward word/language meaning which basically depend on sense rasio and physical data.
Bahasa dalam Perspektif Pengembangan Moralitas Kepemimpinan Muda, Lisdawati
Al-Lisan Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Al-Lisan
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A leader is a man who has good knowledge and good skill; he is able to persuade others to do something together and to gain a goal. A leader is the individual who has talent; has power and authority to manage and to to direct his staffs or his followers. Leading does not ignore collaboration, because it must give chance to others to do the duties. A leader who has good morality should equip hisself with the terms which called three senses namely kindness, dedication, and neutrality. He also should have five moralities as the main aspect, namely wisdom, kindness, honesty, braveness, and diciplines. Leadership related to attitude and behaviour, logic intellectual and emotional mature, ability and skill. The skill of communication is an important element in implementing leadership activities. The quality is signed by the good communication between leader and his staffs or his followers, with using  the good and the contextual language.
Reviewing Bilingual Education Program Tjalla, Magdahalena
Al-Lisan Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Al-Lisan
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This paper is aimed at revealing the benefits of bilingual program in which English and the native language of the students are thought to learn subjects in classrooms. Through this paper, the writer studied the phenomena of bilingual education all over the world which is rooted in American history and then compared it with bilingual program in Indonesian schools, through the study of some references written on bilngual education and bilngual program.  This study showed that bilingual program in the United State of America was done to maintain and protect  cultural diversity of a great immigrant in America who spoke  English as the second language.   This study also showed that bilingual program in Asia is considered crucial by the government to make their people able to compete in international scope in field of business, education, politics, and tourism. In Indonesian schools, bilingual program is in form of teaching several subjects such as science and mathematics in English and the other subjects is taught in Indonesian. The final goal of bilingual program in Indonesia is to raise the standard of educational system. To achieve the goal,  government tried to set up some model schools and supported the other schools to become model schools.