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Improving Students’ Speaking Skill through Students Vlog Project as PBL Output on Online Speaking Class Zubaidi Zubaidi; Ririn Pratiwi Suharto; Eka Listianing Rahayu
BRILIANT: Jurnal Riset dan Konseptual Vol 6, No 4 (2021): Volume 6 Nomor 4, November 2021
Publisher : Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Blitar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (577.515 KB) | DOI: 10.28926/briliant.v6i4.757

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The aim of this research is to investigate the implementation and the result of project-based learning by using vlog as the output of learning process to increase students’ speaking skill. This research used mixed methods design (qualitative and quantitative research). The result of this research was the implementation of PBL successfully improved students’ speaking skill in five crucial aspects of speaking, pronunciation, grammar, fluency, vocabularies and comprehension in average of 27% based on the post-test given to them. Then, there were 89% of the students from observation and questionnaire results agreed that this PBL implementation was helping them in the speaking online learning during Covid-19 pandemic.
Identifying EFL Learners’ Uptakes in Response to Corrective Feedback Eka Listianing Rahayu
English Learning Innovation (englie) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): August
Publisher : Masters in English Education, The Directory of Postgraduate Program,Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/englie.v1i1.13164

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Corrective feedback is often intended to draw learners' attention to repair linguistic forms when performing communicative activities. While researchers argue that feedback plays a role in L2 development, some teachers doubt what type of feedback is suitable for certain errors. Another issue is whether or not the given feedback is incorporated or responded by the learners. This current study focuses on two corrective feedback, namely recast and elicitation. It aims to identify which feedback elicits more uptakes from the learners. Besides, since uptakes may come in different forms, the study investigates the types of uptakes generated by learners in response to the given feedback. By involving EFL learners in a communicative task and analysing the feedback and uptake that appeared during the task, it was found that recast has elicited more uptake than elicitation. The uptake yielded includes repetition, acknowledgment, and incorporation, with repetition showing the highest frequency.
Peningkatan Kemampuan Bahasa Inggris Bidang Hospitality Untuk Waiter dan Waitress di The Shalimar Boutique Hotel Malang Isnaini Nur Safitri; Alvin Nouval; Eka Listianing Rahayu; Pritantina Yuni Lestari; Prima Beauty Kartikasari; Tri Astuti Handayani
Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat (J-ABDIMAS) Vol 9 No 2 (2022): JURNAL PENGABDIAN KEPADA MASYARAKAT 2022
Publisher : Publisher UPT P2M Politeknik Negeri Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33795/jabdimas.v9i2.204

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This community service is intended to accommodate the needs of the hotel in improving English language skills in the hospitality sector for its employees, especially for waiters and waitresses, through English language training. The participants of this training were waiters and waitresses from The Shalimar Boutique Hotel, Malang. This activity is expected to be able to improve the quality of human resources at the Shalimar Hotel by enhancing the English skills of the waiters and waitresses, which will then be implemented to provide services and assist restaurant visitors and hotel guests from outside Indonesia. This activity was carried out in five stages, namely planning (to determine the number of participants who were involved and the materials needed in training), coordination with the hotel (to ensure that the plans made are in accordance with their needs), preparation of teaching materials/materials, implementation of training, and evaluation (providing questionnaires to training participants regarding the implementation and training materials).
The Use of Mind Map in Collaborative Learning Activities of a Literary Reading Class Ririn Pratiwi Suharto; Eka Listianing Rahayu; Hiqma Nur Agustina
BRILIANT: Jurnal Riset dan Konseptual Vol 8, No 3 (2023): Volume 8 Nomor 3, Agustus 2023
Publisher : Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Blitar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.28926/briliant.v8i3.1368

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The use of mind map as collaborative learning activities in literary reading class will be examined. The students will choose any kind of technology tools to make a mind map in reading class. The aims of this study are to identify the implementation of using mind map in collaborative learning activities of a literary reading class and students’ perceptions on it. This is a mixed method research. The data are taken from observation and questionnaires. The observation results are used to analyze the implementation of using mind map in collaborative learning activities of a literary reading class. The questionnaires are used to identify students’ perception on it. This study results that the students had positive perception toward the use of mind map and believed that it helps them learn the materials faster, save more time in doing collaborative work, understand the relationship between ideas, and more motivated to read literary texts.