Rr. Hasti Robiasih
Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa University

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STRATEGIC COMPETENCE DEVELOPED BY DEBATERS OF NON-ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS Amalia Rosdianingtyas; Rr. Hasti Robiasih
JELLT (Journal of English Language and Language Teaching) Vol 1 No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa

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This study aims to: 1) find out which types of communication strategies employed by debaters of Gadjah Mada University (EDS UGM) from Non-English department to develop their strategic competence, 2) describe how debaters of EDS UGM from non-English department develop their most useful communication strategies and 3) find out the factors affecting speaking performance of debaters of EDS UGM from non-English department in debate. This research employs discourse analysis adapting strategic competence model by Celce-Murcia (2007). This research focused on the communication strategies. It also covered the factors which affect debaters’ speaking performance in debate. The data were collected through observation and semi-structured interviews. The data were analyzed using Miles, Huberman, and Saldana’s flow model of qualitative data research which included transcription and data reduction. Data is reduced through coding and classification. The findings revealed that stalling or time-gaining strategies were used 52,10%, achievement or compensatory strategies were used 34,04% and followed by self-monitoring strategies which appeared 14,89%. Furthermore, the findings also showed that factor of performance conditions is the most frequent factor which affect debaters’ speaking performance. This factor is followed by other factors such as affective factors, topical knowledge and feedback during speaking activities. 
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT-BASED LEARNING TO IMPROVE VOCATIONAL STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILLS Ani Marisah; Rr. Hasti Robiasih
JELLT (Journal of English Language and Language Teaching) Vol 1 No 2 (2017)
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This paper aims to describe: (1) the implementation of Project-Based Learning (PBL) to improve students’ speaking skill in SMK N 1 Bantul, (2) the strengths and challenges of the implementation of PBL. This study is an action research consisting of two cycles. The results showed that (1) many students have the opportunity to speak English during the PBL implementation; besides, the students’ interest in learning English increased significantly, (2) the strengths of PBL implementation deals with team work as stimulation for interactions and students could integrate their language skill to social skill and technology. The challenges were: the teacher could not closely assist and monitor the students’ project doing directly. The project making also requires sufficient time. From the results and discussion, it can be concluded that PBL can be used as an alternative learning model since it supports not only language skill improvement but also social and technological skills integration.