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Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature
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Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal, published biannually in the months of July and December with p-ISSN (printed): 1412-3320 & e-ISSN (electronic/online): 2502-4914 It presents articles around the area of culture, English language teaching and learning, linguistics, and literature. Contents include analysis, studies, applications of theories, research reports, and materials development. It is firstly published in December 2001. Ever since 2005 its manuscripts could be read online through www.journalcelt.com. By the year 2016, it launched its OJS (Open Journal System) through https://journal.unika.ac.id/ index.php/celt and from 2017 it is recorded in Crossref’s https://doi.org/10.24167 and in https://doaj.org/toc/2502-4914. Based on the decree from Hasil Akreditasi Jurnal Ilmiah, SK Direktur Jenderal Penguatan Riset dan Pengembangan Kementrian Riset Teknologi, dan Pendidikan Tinggi Republik Indonesia, No. 30/E/KPT/2018 with regards to the accreditation status of academic journals, dated on 24 October 2018, Celt is nationally accredited for the next five years as a Sinta 2 journal
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BOOK REVIEW: OBSLERVLING RACISM '1I'HROUGH WIDTENESS AND ITS ENTITLLEMENTS Artati, Pratiwi Wini
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 8, No 2: December 2008, Nationally Accredited
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If only prejudices, stereotypes, and discrimination were totally diminished from this world, needless to say that peace is something that we could always breathe in and out easily, effortlessly. If only everyone did not focus on differences, everybody would have always lived in harmony for such a long time ago and in the future to come. Putting aside all differences and paying more attention the commonality and similarity that tightens the values of humanity is what we need. We often hear and imagine this will come true. Yet, the world is filled with discrimination in almost every aspect in human life.
THE INTERNET: BREAKING THE RULE OF TEACHING GRAMMAR Suratno, Antonius
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 7, No 1: July 2007, Nationally Accredited
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III this paper the writer reports the use of the Internet as part of strategy in teaching grammar of English. In such a case, students managed to both experience the wealth of computer technology through the Internet abundant facilities for learning language and the success in grasping better ideas of the language rules. Through this activity, students functioned as "active explorer" of the rule of the language and as such were motivated to invest time and energy into their unusually interesting and challenging . structure class. Students were put into groups with which they went exploring the Internet to find out the predetermined topic of exercises and practiced it together in groups, printed it out and then accounted for it in front of the class. They had to be able to defend their answer in front of the class and to be ready 10 explain their answer. Based on The observation made during the running of the class, the writer found that this teaching method allows students to more experience structure of English. Then, from their comments they admitted that they learned structure better as they feel they were challenged to experience more than the ordinary book-based class.
REPRESENTING MULTICULTURAL SEMARANG THROUGH GAMBANG SEMARANG’S NARRATIVE Azizah, Rona Cita; Edelweiss, Susanna; Riyandari, Angelika
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 18, No 2: December 2018, Nationally Accredited
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Dance is usually perceived as a structured movement done by a person or more and accompanied by music and in some cases songs. The attention on physical movement often neglects the narrative which may exist behind a dance. Dances often have stories which frame the sequence of movements done by the dancers. The stories in a dance have elements of literature such as theme, plot, characters, and setting. This paper which is part of an on-going research on Semarang traditional dance discusses the story told through the movements and costume of Gambang Semarang dance. Gambang Semarang is traditional performing arts from Semarang which originally consists of music, vocal, dance, and comedy. Gambang Semarang dance was a small part of Gambang Semarang performance, but it is often performed separately from the complete performance now. The dance is commonly accompanied by Gambang  Semarang music which combines Javanese music instruments, gamelan, and Chinese music instruments. In some occasions, songs such as Gambang Semarang and Gado-Gado Semarang are presented along with the music. Gambang Semarang dance itself is often considered as Semarang?s identity as the dance tries to embrace the multicultural society of Semarang which are Javanese, Chinese, and Arabs through the dance movements and the costume worn by the dancer. Data were collected through interviews with key informants. The results of the interviews then were analyzed to find out the stories represented by Gambang Semarang. The findings show that dance movements and costumes of Gambang Semarang indeed represent multicultural Semarang.
IDENTIFYING CULTURAL VALUES OF THE NARRATIVE TEXTS IN AN ENGLISH TEXTBOOK FOR TENTH GRADE OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Sulistiyo, Urip; Anwar, Kaspul; Lestari, Gemila; Afriani, Desi; Kartika, Widya; Wulan, Retno
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 20, No 1: June 2020, Nationally Accredited (in review)
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Many English teachers assumed that culture cannot be separated from English learning. This paper aimed to investigate the cultural values of the narrative texts in English textbook for grade tenth of senior high school. The data of the research were collected from narrative reading passage in English textbook for senior high school entitled ?Bahasa Inggris?, English textbook Curriculum 2013 (henceforth, K13) published by The Ministry of Education of Republic of Indonesia. To reveal what culture values represented in the narrative reading passage in the textbook, the cultural values were categorized into several source cultures such as visual representation of the cultures, and the objectives of the lesson related to cultural values in narrative texts. Moreover, the findings of this research discovered that there were three cultural values identified in the narrative reading passages in the textbook such as respect for the right indigenous people, finding peace and nature and with all forms of life, and appreciation of cultural products.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GENDER, SUBJECT PREFERENCE AND LEARNING STYLES Suprihadi, Suprihadi; Rokhayani, Atik
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 16, No 2: December 2016, Nationally Accredited
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Understanding the learning styles of the students is very crucial in implementing student-centered learning (SCL). The objectives of this research are to describe: 1) the general learning styles profile of the students of English Education Department Universitas Muria Kudus; 2) the dependency relationship between learning styles dimensions and gender, and 3) the dependency relationship between subject preference and learning styles dimensions. This research uses 208 students from different semesters as the samples, while the instrument is the Indonesian translation of Solomon-Felder Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire. The result of the analysis reveals that: 1) the general learning style profile of the students is balanced; 2) at ? .05, there is no significant relationship between the probability of the students of having certain learning styles dimensions and gender; 3) at ? .05, the subject preference of the students who are SensingIntuitive and Visual Verbal depends on their learning styles dimensions, while that of those who are Active Reflective and Sequential Global does not.
GUSTAVE LE BON, RHETORIC AS MASS CONTAGION, AND 19TH CENTURY RHETORIC Ramsey, Shawn D.
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 17, No 2: December 2017, Nationally Accredited
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In the latest edition of The Present State of Scholarship in the History of Rhetoric, Lynne
A BOOK REVIEW: A GOOD START, THOUGH INCOMPLETE, FOR CREATIVE WRITERS Sulistiawan, Iwan
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 12, No 2: December 2012
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Carol Whiteley tries to guide the readers through the entire process of creative writing, from writing preparation and getting the ideas to drafting and editing what has been written. Whiteley also expects readers to learn all about the different formats of creative writing and find hundreds of writing tips, resources, examples, inspirational excerpts, advice and encouragement.
THE TRAGIC ELEMENTS IN BRAD SILBERLING'S (2004) LEMONY SNICKET'S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS Ariska P.N., Marcellina; Adhyanggono, G.M.
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 13, No 1 (2013)
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Movie is a kind of literary works in addition to novels, poems or songs. There are some genres of movie; one of them is comedy. Black comedy is its sub-genre. Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events is a black comedy movie which includes hamartia, anagnorisis, peripeteia, and catharsis. They are the key elements of Aristotle's theory of tragedy. In this paper, the writer shows the existence of those key elements in the movie. Also, the writer explains the extent of tragic elements in affecting the story of this movie. This paper shows that from the perspective of Aristotle's theory of tragedy, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events can be viewed as tragedy.
LOOKING INTO THE EFL STUDENTS TYPE OF FEEDBACKS ON PEER CORRECTION ACTIVITY Yusuf, Yunisrina Qismullah; Silviyanti, Tengku Maya; Tauhidah, Rita
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 16, No 1: July 2016, Nationally Accredited
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This research studies the types of feedbacks made by EFL students in a writing class. A number of 25 students essays were collected and analysed. The results revealed that a number of 61 responding feedbacks were found in the types of support, sharing knowledge, negotiation, appreciation and criticism. Meanwhile, 142 correcting feedbacks were found in the types of coded, uncoded, a combination of coded and uncoded and direct answer. The type most used in responding feedback was support, which indicates that it is an important pursuit in these students learning to drive each other into improving their writing skills with confidence. Whilst the least used was criticism, and this indicates that it was not considerably favoured to be given in the peer correction feedbacks since they restrain encouragement and cause social anxiety. The type most used in correcting feedbacks was a combination of coded and uncoded. This signifies that to provide both mark and symbol on an error can avoid confusion between the student corrector and the student writer. The least used was direct answer, which signified that it was only done by students who had high English proficiency and confidence to provide the correct answer directly on the errors.
“YOU SURE THERE'S NOTHING MORE TO SAY?”: INDONESIAN YOUTH CULTURE REPRESENTED IN YOUTUBE VIDEO ADVERTISEMENTS Guntarto, Bobi; Sevrina, Nurina
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 19, No 1: July 2019, Nationally Accredited
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Local identity, to some extent, has been influenced by globalization, mainly through the new media. As a form of digital media, YouTube video advertisements play a crucial part in promoting global products to the locals. In Indonesia, the majority of YouTube visitors are young people; thus, young people have become the main targets of the advertisements. The video advertisements may contain representation, values or references of youth culture, which are critical for young people in building their identity. This paper sets forth to explore Indonesian YouTube advertisements of LINE, an instant messaging (IM) application developed by Naver Korean company. The authors examine LINE YouTube video advertisements using textual analysis, in order to learn the portrayal of Indonesian youth culture on the videos. Digital media, bahasa gaul, and traditional or dominant cultures, as well as social connectivity, are essential for Indonesian youths in shaping youth culture and their identity. The title of this paper ?You sure there?s nothing more to say?? is taken from one of the dialogues in the videos, which implies that youth culture and identity portrayed in the advertisements appreciate face-to-face social communication of young people more than individualization. It is also argued that if used aptly, YouTube video advertisements could contribute effectively to preserving local identity as a strategy of glocalization; thus, not all advertisements of global corporations may threat local identity.

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