Pranata, Mohammad Sofyan Adi
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MADURESE DIALECTS' DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PROBOLINGGONESS AND MADURESE (SUMENEP) Pranata, Mohammad Sofyan Adi
IJOEEL: International Journal of English Education and Linguistics Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Language in Teaching
Publisher : IJOEEL: International Journal of English Education and Linguistics

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This study employed descriptive qualitative design to obtain the data since this method focused on the result, not by the number of the subject. It was just by the real condition when the researcher conducted the research. This thesis identified, classified, and described the differences between Probolinggonese and Madurese dialect. In collecting the data, the researcher used some techniques, those were observation and interview. The result of research showed that there were differences in pronunciation, lexically, and syntactical between Probolinggonese and Madurese dialect. The differences of phonological were proved in pronunciation vowels a, i, u, e, o and some consonant differences. In the lexical point of view, it was proved based on pronoun, adjective, verb, adverb, noun, and conjunction. From syntactical point of view, Probolinggonese and Madurese dialects had adding suffix, affix, and intrusive sound.
The Teaching of Reading in Senior Secondary School Pranata, Mohammad Sofyan Adi
International Journal of English Education and Linguistics (IJoEEL) Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Nurul Jadid

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Reading English is an important skill that students need to learn. The teaching of reading in secondary school will help student to get a purpose for reading, focus on what they are learning, think actively as they read, monitor their comprehension, and review content and relate what they have learned to what they already know. In order to apply the strategies effectively in new instructional settings, teachers must have a clear understanding of the reading comprehension process and the natural reading strategies that commonly applied by our students. By knowing this, they can select and demonstrate appropriate reading strategies that their students need in reading the text.