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AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PEER CORRECTION TECHNIQUE ON STUDENTS’ EXPOSITION TEXT Rachmawati, Dina; Juniardi, Yudi; Fauziah, Zahra
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 1, No 3 (2018)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian Unswagati Cirebon Indonesia

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This research aimed to: 1) analyze quality of students’ exposition text; 2) analyze their responses towards learning writing exposition text using peer correction technique; and 3) find out challenges that they faced during the learning. Qualitative research method, especially document analysis design, was chosen. In this research, students’ texts were analyzed to answer first research question and open-ended questionnaire was given to students to answer second and third research questions. To triangulate the findings from those instruments, peer debriefing and member checks methods were done. To analyze the data, qualitative data analysis by Miles et al. (2014) was employed. The data analysis revealed that: 1) quality of students’ exposition texts improved, especially in generic structure aspect; 2) students mostly grouped themselves with more competent peers, learned lesson material beforehand as preparation for correcting, used both English and Indonesian when correcting, concerned more about language feature of peers’ texts, employed their critical thinking in processing feedbacks, became a better writer in the end of semester, and still preferred teacher correction over peer correction technique; and 3) students biggest challenge was poor writing skill. From those findings, it is highly recommended that teachers who want to apply this technique should thoughtfully group the students by themselves and give any assistance needed by students as probably their writing skill may impede them in giving meaningful feedback. 
ANALISIS KOMUNIKASI NON VERBAL PADA PRESENTASI AKADEMIK Juniardi, Yudi; Rachmawati, Dina; Serpa, Rendi Pata
BEBASAN Jurnal Ilmiah Kebahasaan dan Kesastraan Vol 5, No 1 (2018): BÉBASAN Edisi Juni 2018
Publisher : Kantor Bahasa Banten

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The research aims to investigate the use of non-verbal communication in academic presentation and to describe the reasons of the use of non-verbal communication by students of the in academic presentation at English department, University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa. Qualitative method was employed in this research particularly case study design. The participants were three students of fourth semester of English department who were taking public speaking subject. To collect the data, three techniques were employed; observation, questionnaire, and interview. The researcher used observation to find out the types of non-verbal communication in academic presentation. The questionnaire and interview were used to answer the reasons toward the use of non-verbal communication in academic presentation. Afterwards, the data were further analyzed by using qualitative data analysis method of Miles, Huberman, Saldana theory. The data analysis showed that: gesture was non-verbal communication which the most frequently used by the students. Moreover, students preferred to use gesture and eye contact: The former was used to help conveying the communicative more easily, the later was used to make the presentation more interesting. It can be stated that non-verbal communication is helpful for the students in making presentation performance.
Rhetorical Devices in Hillary Clinton Concession Speech Maria Goldiana Taping; Yudi Juniardi; Dhafid Wahyu Utomo
Journal of English Language Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Available online in September 2017
Publisher : English Department - University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa

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After her losing in United States presidential election on November, 8th 2016, Hillary Clinton delivered an amazing and encouraging concession speech for all audiences around the world. One factor attributing to Hillary's success in a speech is that she has skillfully applied the variety of rhetorical devices. In accordance with this fact, this research tried to analyze the rhetorical devices and their respective function applied in the Hillary’s speech by using Harris’ theory. By watching the speech record and reading the transcription, the researchers collected the data. Then, to describe the phenomena qualitative research design was used in this research and textual analysis is used as a research method. Moreover, this research is kind of library research. The result shows there are thirteen rhetorical devices that were applied in the speech. Regarding to emphasis rhetorical devices, Hillary frequently used a sentential adverb, alliteration, anaphora, conduplicatio, diacope and epistrophe. For association rhetorical devices, Hillary utilized antanagoge, antithesis, metaphor, and parallelism. For decoration rhetorical devices, Hillary tended to apply asyndeton, polysyndeton, and sententia. Emphasis rhetorical devices are the most repeatedly used in her concession speech. Hillary used emphasis rhetorical devices to directly emphasize her point and purpose and also making the points of the speech is distinctly and explicitly delivered to the audiences. Keywords: rhetorical devices; Hillary Clinton Concession Speech; United States Presidential Election.
The Investigation of Using Out-Classroom Experiences to Enhance Indonesian EFL Learners’ Speaking Performance Ezis Japar Sidik; Dhafid Wahyu Utomo; Yudi Juniardi
JETAL: Journal of English Teaching & Applied Linguistic Vol 3 No 1 (2021): September
Publisher : English Education Department at FKIP Nommensen University

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The role of English in Indonesia can be said quite special because English is the only compulsory foreign language included in secondary curriculums. However, the special status of English in national education is not accompanied by satisfactory results. Out-classroom experience (OCE) is believed to overcome this issue and has been applied successfully. Therefore, this study investigates the use of out-classroom experience in enhancing Indonesian EFL learners’ ability in speaking English. By conducting a case study approach, the research used triangulation data collection techniques consisting of classroom observation, interview, and speaking performance test. The study involved 40 undergraduate students from one of the public universities in Banten province as its subjects. The result showed that the use of OCE positively contributes to the development of students’ speaking development. Out-classroom activities can facilitate the learners to access or even create language exposures by themselves. This study provided some implications about using OCE for language teachers and educational practitioners. Keywords: Out-Classroom experiences, speaking, college students, EFL context
Designing Digital Reading Materials Based on Bantenese Local Wisdom for EFL Undergraduate Students Imam Fauzi; Sholeh Hidayat; Yudi Juniardi; Wahyudin Wahyudin
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 1 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute February
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i1.3947

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This research study investigated the local wisdom and culture of Banten implemented in the digital reading materials design. The research objectives are creating the reading materials using Flip PDF Professional software that rely on the local wisdom of Banten. Research design used is research and development (R&D) in this study. The second semester undergraduate students of Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Serang Raya are the subject of this research study. Research data is obtained through validation form, questionnaire, and test. To analyze the research data used the descriptive analysis with SPSS 21. The results of the investigation, the digital reading materials design based on local wisdom using Flip PDF Pro that was developed can positively engage the EFL students in the language learning, and the reading texts effectively give social and cultural values with 83,75% the average of content feasibility and 80% the average of reading materials presentation. Additionally, the value of Sig. (2- tailed) was 0,00 < α (α = 0,05) as it is proven that the students’ reading ability is getting better and the digital reading materials that is designed was feasible and can be utilized by the EFL students and teachers in their English Foreign Language classroom activities.
The Correlation of Students’ Learning Styles, Learning Motivation, and Speaking Ability Syafrizal Syafrizal; Nurhaedah Gailea; John Pahamzah; Yudi Juniardi; Ifrohatul Fauqoh Nikmah
Journal of English Language Teaching and Cultural Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2020): December 2020
Publisher : English Education Department, Postgraduate, Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa, Indonesia

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The study aimed at finding out the correlation between (1) Students’ learning style in speaking ability of communication and broadcasting Islam major, (2) correlation of learning motivation in speaking ability of communication and broadcasting Islam major, (3) correlation of students’ learning style and learning motivation in speaking ability of communication and broadcasting Islam major. This study was carried out at Communication and broadcasting Islam Major in UIN Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin Banten. The method which is used in this study was the correlational method. The sample was 30 students which were taken by a simple random sampling technique. The instruments in collecting the data were questionnaires and tests. The questionnaire was used to collect the data on students’ learning styles and learning motivation. The technique which was used to analyze the data was Simple correlation and Multiple Regression Correlation which were computed by the Statistical Product and Service Solutions (SPSS). The results of the analysis of the data on this research show that: (1) there is a significant correlation between learning style and speaking ability ρ < α (0.043 < 0.05), (2) there is a significant correlation between learning motivation and speaking ability ρ < α (0.041 < 0.05), and (3) there is a significant correlation between learning style and learning motivation toward speaking ability ρ < α (0.045 < 0.05).
Translation of Indonesian Cultural Terms in Rainbow Troops Novel: Investigating Translation Procedures Yesi Yesi; Yudi Juniardi; Akhmad Baihaqi
Journal of English Language Teaching and Cultural Studies Vol 4, No 1 (2021): June 2021
Publisher : English Education Department, Postgraduate, Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.48181/jelts.v4i1.11200

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This study is to identify the Indonesian Cultural Terms (ICTs) in Rainbow Troops as the English translated novel by Angie Kilbane from Laskar Pelangi original Indonesian novel by Andrea Hirata and to analyze the translation procedures of ICTs. A qualitative approach is applied in this research by using the content analysis. The result shows that there are five categories of cultural terms such as ecology; material culture; social culture; organizations/customs/ideas/activities/procedures/ concepts, and; gestures and habits. Thev highest percentage of ICT’s is 28.13% which is categorized into organizations, customs, ideas, activities, procedures, concepts. It is a novel with an educational background because it illustrates a lot of activities of teachers and students at school. The translation procedure mostly uses borrowing with 54.17% which proves some vocabulary deficiencies in translated novel since the translator could not find the equivalent cultural terms from the original novel. 
The Effects of Cognitive and Focus on Form Instruction toward Efl Learners’ Achievement of Grammar in Vocational School At SMKN 3 Kota Serang Cucum Rohmawati; Yudi Juniardi
Journal of English Language Teaching and Cultural Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : English Education Department, Postgraduate, Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa, Indonesia

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The objective of this research is to find out the effect of cognitive and focus on form instruction toward vocational high school EFL learners’ achievement of grammar in vocational school at SMKN 3 Kota Serang. The researcher used quantitative research implementing the true experimental design as research method. There were two groups used in this research, the mainly; the experimental and control group. Sample of this research is students of SMKN 3 Kota Serang, 39 students selected for experimental group, and 38 students selected for control group. The research found that there is significant influence of cognitive and focus on form instruction toward vocational high school EFL learners’ achievement of grammar, it was indicated by the value of t-test higher than the value of t-table (0.950 > 0.000) at the level of significant of α 0.05 and the degree of freedom of 75. It means that the hypothesis was accepted. From those findings, it can be concluded that the use of cognitive and focus on form instruction is effective to influence learners’ achievement of grammar in vocational school at SMKN 3 Kota Serang. All these suggest that the use of cognitive and focus on form instruction in the class of English is highly encouraged. 
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING STORY MAP TECHNIQUE TOWARDS STUDENTS READING COMPREHENSION ON NARRATIVE TEXT (A QUASI EXPERIMENTAL STUDY) Rika Nurhikmah Sugandi; Yudi Juniardi; Eri Rahmawati
Lingua Scientia Vol. 29 No. 1 (2022)
Publisher : Undiksha Press

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The aim of this research is to find out the effectiveness of using story map technique towards students reading comprehension on narrative text. The methodology used in this study was quantitative method. The design of this study was quasi experimental design. The population of this research was the tenth grade students of SMKN 01 Kragilan. The sample of this research was chosen based on the random sampling technique. The class was put into the experimental class and control class, each class consisted of 20 students. Pre-test was given to both classes at the beginning phase. Then treatment was given only to the experimental class. To find the effectiveness, post-test was given to the class. The data was collected through pretest and posttest that analyzed by using t-test formula. The result of the research showed that story map as a technique is effective towards students reading comprehension in narrative text. The calculation result of t-test showed that Tcount ≥ Ttable, 5.85 ≥ 2.00, it can be said that Alternative Hypothesis (Ha) was accepted and the Null Hypothesis (H0) was rejected, it means that the use of story map technique was considered effective in teaching reading comprehension on narrative text.
Lesson Study: Improving Madrasah Teachers’ Ability in Writing a Scientific Paper in Banten Yudi Juniardi; Irmawanty Irmawanty; Tazkia Aghnia Aulia
Journal of Learning Improvement and Lesson Study Vol 1 No 1 (2021): JLILS (June Edition)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

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This study aims to describe the lesson study mentoring activities carried out by the Teacher work Group (KKG) in improving the writing skills of madrasah teachers' scientific papers. There are three research questions: the first, What is the role of KKG in improving madrasah teacher's scientific paper writing skills?, the Second, What are the teacher's obstacles in writing a scientific paper?, and the last, How is the effectiveness of the Lesson Study (LS) carried out by the KKG in improving the writing skills of Ibtidaiyah Madrasah teachers?The subject of this research is lesson study activities which are held in two districts/cities: Tangerang and Serang City. Qualitative research methods were used in this study to describe the LS assistance carried out by the KKG in improving the writing skills of madrasah teachers' scientific papers. In collecting data used interview instruments, questionnaires, observations, and documentation. The results of this study concluded that the implementation of lesson study held at the KKG in Tangerang City and Serang City run well and was effective in improving teachers’ ability to write scientific papers. This assistance is carried out by involving madrasah supervisors and the Banten Province Madrasah Development Center. In addition, the teacher gave a positive response to the lesson study of scientific writing carried out at the KKG. Most of the teachers wereoptimistic that this lesson study of scientific writings can improve their knowledge and ability in writing, besides that they hope to get assistance to publish scientific papers both presented in scientific activities and scientific journals.