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IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature
ISSN : 23384778     EISSN : 23384778     DOI : -
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IDEAS Journal is published twice a year in the months of June and December (P-ISSN 2338-4778 and E-ISSN 2548-4192); it presents articles on English language teaching and learning, linguistics, and literature. The contents include analyses, studies and application of theories, research report, material development, and reviews.
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NOTE-TAKING AS A TECHNIQUE IN TEACHING READING COMPREHENSION Rusdiansyah, Rusdiansyah
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1033

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The aim of this study is to explain the effective way in teaching reading comprehension through Note-Taking technique. Reading is an important skill in learning a language besides listening, speaking, and writing. It is an effort to increase our knowledge and achievement. Everyone should have the ability to read, especially in English because the fact shows that most of the scientific books are written in English. This research applied Classroom Action Research method by using four stages, such as; planning, implementation of action, observation, and reflection. This research conducted in two cycles. They were first and second cycle. Each cycle comprises the series of activities which relates each other. The realization of the second cycle was continued and improved based on the evaluation of the first cycle. The results of this research can be explained that note taking technique increase students? reading comprehension. In this research, the researcher applied note-taking technique to increase students? reading comprehension ability because by using note-taking technique the students are easier to make note and easy to answer the questions. They can explain about the keywords or the main ideas of the text, and absolutely they can comprehend the text. The result of the students is increasing by looking their score in cycle 1 and cycle 2. Their mean score in cycle 1 only 51 and cycle 2 the score develops to be 76. It means that the student?s reading comprehension was increased.
TEACHING SPEAKING BY USING SNAKE AND LADDER BOARD GAME Taka, Soleman Dapa
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1021

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This research focuses on the use of the Snake and Ladder Board Game in teaching speaking to the tenth grade students at SMA Kristen Mercusuar Kupang. This research aims at finding out the appropriate way of teaching speaking by using snake and ladder board game for students in the tenth grade students at SMA Kristen Mercusuar Kupang..This research used Classroom Action Research (CAR). The subject of the research is the tenth grade students at SMA Kristen Mercusuar Kupang.. The procedure of the research applied two cycles namely cycle I and cycle II.  Every single cycle had fourth steps namely planning, implementing, observing and reflecting. The result of this research shown that there were significant developments on students speaking skill at the tenth grade students at SMA Kristen Mercusuar Kupang after conducting the treatments through snake and ladder board game. In which the score of a cycle 1 am 43,06 and the score of cycle II is 71,88. It means that the snake and ladder board game is an appropriate way to improve the students` speaking skills. In addition, the researcher found the result of the observation that almost all of the students gave positive responses, such as they gave attention seriously in learning process, they had been more active than before, make them happy and  enjoy the  class,  and  of  course  they could  improve  their  speaking toward snake and ladder board game in improving speaking skill
STUDENTS’ ABILITY IN UNDERSTANDING SIMPLE PAST TENSE THROUGH WHISPER AND WRITE GAME Indah, Opik Dwi
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1047

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This research applied pre-experimental research. The research aimed at finding out whether whisper and write game can increase students? ability in understanding simple past tense or not. The population of this research was the second grade students of Informatics Department at Cokroaminoto Palopo University. The researcher used purposive sampling technique in determining the students as sample. The sample was class 2F which consisted of 35 students. The instrument of the research was written test. The result shows that the mean score of the posttest is higher than mean score pretest (71.31 > 44.51). Meanwhile, P-Value is 0.00 and ? is 0.05. It shows that P-value is smaller than ? (0.00 < 0.05). It means that null Hypothesis (H0) is rejected and alternative Hypothesis (H1) is accepted. So, there is significant difference between the result of pretest and posttest after giving the treatment in teaching simple past tense by using whisper and write game. It can be concluded that whisper and write game can increase students? ability in understanding simple past tense.
FREQUENCY OF VERBS IN LIFESTYLE COLUMN IN THE JAKARTA POST AND THE RELATION TO TEXT CHARACTERISTICS: A CORPUS-BASED ANALYSIS Oktavianti, Ikmi Nur; Pramesti, Zanuar Anggun
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1038

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This study examines the use of verbs in Lifestyle column in The Jakarta Post to identify the frequency of verbs used in the column and to find out the relation between frequency of verbs and the characteristics of Lifestyle column as the staple product of soft news. This study collected the data, sentences containing lexical verbs, from Lifestyle articles labeled as Lifestyle Corpus comprising 29.195 words. The Lifestyle Corpus was loaded into Lancsbox corpus tool to get the assistance in identifying the use of the verbs. The data were analyzed both qualitatively (classifying the types of the verbs based on Scheibmann?s compilation and interpreting the relation between frequency and text characteristics) and quantitatively (counting the percentage of verb usage and list the verbs from the most frequent to the least frequent one). The results of the study show that the verb types most frequently used in Lifestyle of The Jakarta Post are material, verbal, and relational and the least frequent ones are possessive/relational, cognition, and perception/relational. The highest use of material verbs is plausible since the members of material verbs can also be used as phrasal verbs and used metaphorically. Following material, verbal verbs occupies the second most frequent verb of which it is in accordance with the nature of news text, that is to report something. Meanwhile, perception/relational verb indicates that the expression of subjective perception is less prominent in writing Lifestyle articles as it is also avoided in news writing in general. This strongly indicates that frequency of linguistic units is (1) affected by the nature of the linguistic units themselves or (2) affected by the characteristics of the text.
AN ANALYSIS ON STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION IN ENGLISH READING Sulaiman, Sulaiman
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1029

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The purpose of this research was to know the students? motivation in English reading. The reason why this research was conducted was to find what the aspect which influences students? motivation in English reading and the reason behind it. The population of this research was 210 students. The researcher took 136 students as the sample of this research. The sampling technique that researcher used was simple random sampling. Then, 4 students purposively were interviewed by the researcher.  The questionnaire result showed that, because of the high means score in reading curiosity (RC) was 3.30. Then, the mean score for reading involvement (RI) was 3.30. Also, the mean score for importance of reading (IRE) was 3.60, researcher concluded that the students were intrinsically motivated. The interviews result showed that, beside to add knowledge, or learn culture, most of them answered that their motivation was to add new vocabulary. Even though there was still negative attitude like feeling shy or afraid of making mistake, they thought that English reading was beneficial for them like to know other cultures.  In order to promote learners? intrinsic motivation, one of the best ways might be by providing them with interesting material. The lecturer should provide a wide selection of interesting reading materials and let the students choose and read the book in a comfortable situation.
TASK COMPLEXITY AND STUDENTS’ NARRATIVE WRITING Dahlan, Dahlan
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1069

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This article is a theoretical review writing. It explores some studies on the effects of task complexity on written narrative production under different task complexity conditions by EFL learners at different proficiency levels. Task complexity was manipulated along Robinson?s (2001b) proposed task complexity dimension of Here-and-Now (simple) vs. There-and-Then (complex) in. Accordingly, three specific measures of the written narratives were targeted, i.e. complexity, accuracy and fluency (CAF). The results of some experts? research indicated that with respect to complexity and accuracy, the effects of both task complexity and language proficiency were found significant. More complexity and accuracy were found in the complex task with high-proficiency learners. However, no significant effect of task complexity and language proficiency on fluency was found. The pedagogical implications are discussed with reference to the influence of task complexity and language proficiency on text quality.
IMPLEMENTING THE HIDDEN CURRICULUM IN ENGLISH AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE (EFL) CLASSROOM Lukman, Lukman
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1043

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This research aimed to determine the implementation of the hidden curriculum in EFL learners? interest. This research was conducted in AL-FITYAN Senior Hight School Gowa. Qualitative approach employed in this study. More specifically, this research employed the descriptive qualitative method. Data collection procedures in this study were the observation, recoding, and interview. Based on the research, it can be seen that the spiritual-cultural aspect of hidden curriculum was implemented in the first class. The findings show that the teacher employed some elements in implementing the hidden curriculum in term of spiritual-cultural aspect. (1) Giving advice and guidance, (2) providing inspiring story and utterance, and (3) applying exemplary. Furthermore, the effects of hidden curriculum implementation can emerge learners? awareness so that they can be happy, enthusiastic, focus, and avoid their resistance in learning. The result of that, can stimulate the learners? interest and then construct their attention and motivation.
THE USE OF TRANSLATION ACTIVITY TO IMPROVE THE STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY Lestari, Iin Widya; Isma, Adi
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1034

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Teaching English is very challenging nowadays. Senior high school students urgently are needed to be communicative in using English well. They need to be able to develop their English skills well. Dealing with mastering English skills, vocabulary is one of the crucial language components in learning English. In fact, most of the students faced difficulty in acquiring and mastering English vocabulary to support and develop their English skills. English teachers need to apply the appropriate strategy and activity to improve students? vocabulary. This research aimed to know the process of improving students? vocabulary mastery by using translation activity for Senior High school students at SMAN 3 Bojonegoro. This research used classroom action research. The subject of this research was students of Social Program at 11 B. In collecting the data, the writers used test items and observation sheets. The test was given pre-test, test 1 and test 2. Then the writers analyzed the mean score of each test to find out the improvement of students? vocabulary mastery after the action was done. The result shows that there is an improvement in students? vocabulary mastery. It could be seen from the score of the pretest is 42, posttest 1 is 47,8 and posttest 2 is 61. After conducting action research, it shows that students made good improvements in learning vocabulary. Based on the result of the research, it can be concluded that using translation activity can improve students? vocabulary mastery.
STUDENTS’ INTEREST IN LEARNING ENGLISH THROUGH BELAJAR BAHASA INGGRIS WITH ACO APPLICATION Palangngan, Sukmawati Tono; Mulyaningsih, Eka
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1025

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The objective of the research was to find out: (1) whether or not the students are interested in learning through Belajar Bahasa Inggris with ACO Application; (2) Students? perception in Learning English through Belajar Bahasa Inggris with ACo Application. The research was conducted by using mixed method design (Quan-qual) model. The research applied cluster random sampling by taking one class as the sample. The sample consists of 30 students of A3Accounting Class of STIE Muhammadiyah Palopo. The data were collected through questionnaire and supported by interview. The result of the research showed that the students are interested in learning English through Belajar Bahasa Inggris with ACO Application. Furthermore, the students have positive perception toward the application and the most favourable menu in the application is ?chat? and ?talk.?
ONLINE GAME AND CHILDREN’S LANGUAGE BEHAVIOR Munawir, Ahmad
IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Literature Vol 7, No 2 (2019): IDEAS: Journal on English Language Teaching and Learning, Linguistics and Litera
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ideas.v7i2.1050

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AbstractThis study examines the dangers of online games on children's language behavior. This research uses a qualitative approach with descriptive type. The data collection method uses observation by describing the results of video observations that show the interaction of children while playing online games. The online game that was studied was Playerunknown?s Battlegrounds (PUBG). The data obtained are then analyzed interactively by means of reduction, presentation, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that when playing online games children absorb a lot of abusive / negative language so that the language behavior becomes distorted. Words or terms that are often used by children such as dogs, idiots (monks), monkeys, bencong (sissy), dogs, idiots / idiots / fools (stupid), dick (male genitalia), tampol (slap), son of a bitch (bastard (slap) brash), and tonjok (hit). It was concluded that online games make many children absorb abusive or negative language so that the language behavior becomes bad. It is recommended to parents, teachers and policy makers not to recommend children to play online games that are specifically violent and have a verbal interaction menu.

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