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Journal : International Journal of English Education and Linguistics (IJoEEL)

Deixis In Jakarta Post Article adi, mohammad sofyan; Rahmat, Muhamad Bagus Iqbal
International Journal of English Education and Linguistics (IJoEEL) Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Nurul Jadid

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33650/ijoeel.v2i1.1261

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The design of this research was descriptive qualitative research that aimed at describing, interpreting and explaining deixis in the newspaper article. The main instrument in this study the researcher himself in doing his analysis supported by using the documentary technique. The data that had been collected were analyzed by the researcher himself. After analyzing the data, then the researcher drew the conclusion about the types and the function of deixis in the sentences of the newspaper articles. Based on the discussion findings,  there were four types of deixis found in The Jakarta Post article, namely 19 person deixis, 29 spatial deixes , 59 time deixis, 55 discourse deixis. From the analysis, the most types of deixis found in Jakarta Post articles time deixis. Thus, it can be said that The Jakarta Post tends to use time deixis as the dominant type compound than another.
The Effectiveness of Ice Breaking to Increase Students’ Motivation in Learning English adi, mohammad sofyan; Susanti, Riska Ayu; Jannah, Qomariatul
International Journal of English Education and Linguistics (IJoEEL) Vol 3, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Nurul Jadid

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33650/ijoeel.v3i1.2256

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This study was generally attempted to find the effect of ice breaking to increase students' motivation in English learning at the first grade of SMP Nurul Jadid.  This research used pre-experimental design by using one shot case study pre-test and post-test. Before the treatment, the researcher gave the pre-test in one class. Moreover, the researcher taught English by using ice breaking in the experimental class. The last, the researcher conducted the post-test to know whether an ice breaking was effective for teaching English in experimental class. Based on the data analysis, the data t-test (2.77) was higher than t-table value (2.042). The result analyzing showed that there was significant difference on the students’ motivation taught by using ice breaker. The students’ mean score of the pre-test of the experiment class was 60. Then, in the post-test, the mean score of experiment class was 66.1. Therefore, hypothesis H0 was rejected and H1 was accepted. It concluded that ice breaking was effective in teaching English learning toward the students’ motivation for the first grade of SMP Nurul Jadid. Thus, this research make students be enjoy, be active, energize, feeling happiness, interactive in the classroom, stay in the class during learning process, and focus on the material.
MADURESE DIALECT’S DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PROBOLINGGONESE AND MADURESE (SUMENEP) adi, mohammad sofyan
International Journal of English Education and Linguistics (IJoEEL) Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Nurul Jadid

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33650/ijoeel.v1i1.512

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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 was 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.