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Repair Strategies in English Literature Lectures in a University in Indonesia Akhyar Rido; Heri Kuswoyo; Ayu Sumarni Suryaningsih; Sandi Nuansa; Ramelia Ayu; Rama Putra Arivia
Publisher : Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/ts.v19i1.885


This study was an attempt to investigate types and functions of repair strategies used by lecturers in English literature lectures in a university in Indonesia. Rido’s conceptual framework of repair strategies (2018) was used. Qualitative method was applied while the data were collected through video recording of three English literature lectures, comprising prose, drama, and literary criticism. The findings showed that the lecturers repaired both the linguistic (grammatical and pronunciation errors) and content-related aspects of the students while they were giving oral responses and making presentations. Therefore, the lecturers employed four types of repair strategies such as indicating an error has been made and correcting it, asking students to make self-repairs, indicating an error has been made and getting other students to correct it, and repeating students’ responses with changes. The functions of those repair strategies were to show the lecturers as role model and reliable source of knowledge, to give good examples, to make students think critically, to give opportunity for students to share ideas, and make students not aware they were being corrected so that they kept learning. The findings offer some implications for pedagogical considerations within university lecture, especially in English as a foreign language (EFL) setting.
Bahtera: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 19 No 1 (2020): Bahtera: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra, Volume 19 Nomor 1 Januari 2020
Publisher : Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Program Pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Jakarta

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It has been a consensus that learning styles have been a predominant factor of success in master's degree program. Since the preferences of learning styles are affected by students' cultural background, this study was carried out to explore the perceptual learning style preferences of international Master’s students in a Malaysian university. Sixty students consisting of Indonesian, Iranian, and Libyan were involved in the present study. The findings reveal that Indonesian and Libyan students tended to be more kinesthetic/tactile learners while Iranian tended to be more visual learners. This study suggested practitioners use various learning strategies to cater the learning style preferences of the students.
Proceedings of ISELT FBS Universitas Negeri Padang Vol 5 (2017): The Proceedings of International Seminar on English Language and Teaching
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

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Discourse structure is an important issue in academic spoken discourse in L2 settings. An inability to recognize discourse structure is seen as one of main problems in understanding lecture in L2 as it aids to comprehension. It is therefore imperative to examine how lecturers are helping their students to cope with the lecture and become critical thinking individuals. This study aims at discovering the macro-discourse structure of literature lectures conducted in English in the Indonesian tertiary context. This study was conducted in a private higher learning institution in Lampung province, Indonesia and involved 2 selected literature lecturers. Usinga qualitative research design, observations and video-recordings of prose and drama lectures were carried out for a total of 4 sessions and 8 teaching hours. The findings demonstrate that all lectures were delivered in three phases namely introductory, main, and end parts. The specific episodes used were topic introduction, review, concept introduction and development, discussion, and summarization. Negotiation of meaning also took place during the lectures; in addition, highly interactive lectures were emphasized as both lecturers and students exchanged a large series of open and follow-up questions which indicated that lectures explored critical and logical thinking skills of the students. The results of this study can be used as a platform for lecturers and teachers to organize their literature lecture in a well-structured and an optimally effective way.
Interaction Management Strategies in English Literature Lectures in Indonesian University Setting Akhyar Rido; Heri Kuswoyo; Rameliya Ayu
Indonesian Journal of EFL and Linguistics Indonesian Journal of EFL and Linguistics, 5(2), November 2020
Publisher : Pusat Pelatihan, Riset, dan Pembelajaran Bahasa

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Interaction management strategies are increasingly set to become a vital factor in fostering active participants in university lectures. Following Rido, Ibrahim & Nambiar’s (2015) framework, this study investigated interaction management strategies used in English literature lectures in a university setting in Indonesia. This study employed a qualitative method and the data were gathered through video recordings. The findings showed that all literature lecturers employed three kinds of interaction management strategies such as code strategies, emotional strategies, and managing strategies. In code strategies, the lecturers used English during the entire class for clarity in opening, explanation, example, and closing. Meanwhile, in emotional strategies, the lecturers shared common strategies namely using non-verbal gestures and using humours or jokes in order to invite participation, to increase student’s motivation, and to create conducive learning environment. Then, in terms of managing strategies, the lecturers decided topic, controlled or switched the topic of discussion, decided who speaks, gave direction or commanded the students, gave extended wait time, and offered opportunity for student to speak in order to enable the students express their ideas and engage with the lectures. It is hoped that insights gleamed from this study will assist such lecturers to successfully manage their lectures and navigate the distribution of participation as well as content of the lesson.
Optimalisasi Pemanfaatan Google Apps untuk Peningkatan Kinerja Perangkat Desa Margosari, Kecamatan Metro Kibang, Lampung Timur Heri Kuswoyo; Arief Budiman; Budi Eko Pranoto; Akhyar Rido; Citra Dewi; Sodikin Sodikin; M. Rizki Mulia
Journal Of Human And Education (JAHE) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): Journal of Human And Education (JAHE)
Publisher : Universitas Pahlawan Tuanku Tambusai

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Pemanfaatan aplikasi Google Apps banyak digunakan dalam pengajaran dan pembelajaran. Namun, penggunaan aplikasi tersebut belum banyak digunakan dalam peningkatan kinerja perangkat desa. Kegiatan PKM ini bertujuan untuk memberikan pemahaman terkait dengan pemanfaatan Google apps pada perangkat desa di desa Margosari, Kecamatan Metro Kibang, Kabupaten Lampung Timur untuk meningkatkan kinerjanya. Kegiatan PKM ini diikuti oleh anggota karang taruna dan perangkat desa setempat. Metode yang digunakan dalam kegiatan PKM ini adalah 1) metode ceramah, 2) metode tanya jawab, dan 3) metode praktik (latihan). Hasil dari kegiatan pengabdian pada masyarakat ini adalah seluruh anggota perangkat desa dan karang taruna dapat mengoptimalisasikan dalam penggunaan Google Apps seperti Google Forms, Google Docs, Google Drives, dan Google Sheets dengan baik untuk keperluan pelayanan administrasi. Keterampilan yang telah didapat oleh peserta diharapkan bukan hanya dapat meningkatkan kinerja perangkat desa dan karang taruna dalam hal administrasi saja namun juga dapat digunakan dalam kegiatan lainnya seprti kegiatan survey.
Production of English Diphthongs: A Speech Study Putri Ayu Dosia; Akhyar Rido
Publisher : Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/ts.v15i1.17


In the 21th century, English is a key of all elements in education, politics, economy and international trade. English is even used in most of International events. This study aimed at analysing the official speech of Mr. Joko Widodo known as Jokowi, the seventh President of Republic of Indonesia, in APEC forum 2014 in China, focusing on the production of diphthongs. The researchers used conceptual framework of Roach that divides diphthong into two types; first, closing diphthong such as /eɪ/, /aɪ/, /ɔɪ/,/әʊ/,/aʊ/ and second, centring diphthong like /ɪә/, /eә/,/ʊә/. This study employed qualitative method while the data were collected through library research. This study found 71 data of English diphthong. Diphthong /eɪ/ was produced 21 times, diphthong /aɪ/ was used 15 times, diphthong /ɔɪ/ was mentioned once, diphthong /aʊ/ was stated 7 times, diphthong /әʊ/ was produced 16 times, diphthong /ɪә/ used 6 times, diphthong /eә/ was mentioned 3 times, and diphthong /ʊә/ was stated twice. In other words, this study showed that Mr. Jokowi could produce the diphthong sounds that matched the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. However, this study also found that he faced challenges in producing many diphthong sounds by frequently producing diphthongs sounds as pure vowels.
Representation of Social Actors in Sexual Violence Issue in The New York Times and The Jakarta Post Newspapers: A Critical Discourse Analysis Widya Evayani; Akhyar Rido
Publisher : Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/ts.v17i2.322


Sexual violence was a social issue that arises comprehensive responses and can happen to all layers of society regardless of position, age, or other social factors. The objective of this study is to reveal how social actors are represented in news reporting of sexual violence. The data were collected from the official website of The Jakarta Post and The New York Times. The findings show that to detach the actor (exclusion), both of newspaper mostly presented the actor especially the victim as a passive agent and the perpetrator as an active agent. The salient differences were found in the use of inclusion strategy. This confirms that The Jakarta Post presented the actor as specific individual such as by their gender, age, and occupation while The New York Times presented them by their surname and title such as “Professor”.Keywords: exclusion, inclusion, sexual violence, social actor