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STUDENTS PERCEPTION ON THE ONLINE LEARNING: A CASE STUDY OF EFL LEARNERS Widya Oktarini
Edulingua: Jurnal Linguistiks Terapan dan Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris Vol 8, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Nahdlatul Ulama Jepara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.34001/edulingua.v8i2.2033

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ABSTRACTThis case study aims at describing students perception especially EFL learners on the online learning during the pandemic covid 19. The data was taken from English Department students who are in the second semester which are taught by the researcher in her class. The data collection was done by using online interview by using zoom meeting in which the students enter the meeting one by one to have the interview. Based on the analysis, it revealed that according to students perception, online learning is not effective and not liked by the students. They prefer face-to-face or offline class. In details, they stated some reasons, they are: the unstable signal, cannot adjust yet with the online class, the instruction of the assignment is not clear, not effective group assignment because of online interaction, the material of online learning is not so clear. So, they hope the offline class will be done soon. The online learning tools they like the most is zoom meeting because it is almost like the face to face class.Keywords: Students perception; online learning; EFL Learners.
Speech Acts Found in Inaugural Addresses of Barack Obama Widya Oktarini
ELLITE Vol 3, No 2 (2018): ELLITE: November
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Jember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32528/ellite.v3i2.1920

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This research analyzes the speech acts and language style found in inauguraladdressess of the presidents of The United States; Barack H. Obama. Thisresearch aims at describing kinds and functions of speech acts, the complianceand violation of cooperative principle. This research is descriptive qualitativeusing socio-pragmatics approach. In collecting the data, it uses simak methodand note-taking technique. In analyzing the data, it uses contextual methodby using socio-pragmatics theory. In presenting the results of the analysis, ituses informal method by verbal language. The results of the analysis showed:(a) there were six kinds of speech acts found in the inaugural addresses,specifically: assertive, directive, comissive, expressive, and declarative in whichdeclarative found in Obama’s second inaugural address with one data only (b)the functions of speech acts found are: (i) to give opinion, (ii) to inform, (iii)to give direction, (iv) to promise, (v) to express feelings (vi) to declare and to(vii) maintain relationship.
The Use of Language Aspects as Rhetorical Devices in Obama’s Inaugural Addresses Widya Oktarini
Journal of English Teaching and Learning Issues Vol 2, No 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri Kudus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/jetli.v2i1.4995

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This research analyzes language aspects as rhetorical devices in inaugural addresses of the presidents of The United States, Barack H. Obama. Specifically, this research aims at describing the use of diction and language style found in the inaugural addresses. This research is descriptive qualitative using discourse analysis approach. In collecting the data, it uses listening method and note-taking technique. In analyzing the data, it uses contextual method by using socio-pragmatics theory. In presenting the result of the analysis, it uses informal method by verbal language. The result of analysis show: the use of language aspects found in inaugural addresses of Obama includes: (a) diction which includes the positive and negative connotation, (b) reference which includes inclusive and exclusive references, (c) language styles includes inclusive and exclusive references, (d) language styles includes repetition (e) the use of figurative language includes metaphor.
The Use of Language Aspects as Rhetorical Devices in Obama’s Inaugural Addresses Widya Oktarini
Journal of English Teaching and Learning Issues Vol 2, No 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri Kudus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/jetli.v2i1.4995

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This research analyzes language aspects as rhetorical devices in inaugural addresses of the presidents of The United States, Barack H. Obama. Specifically, this research aims at describing the use of diction and language style found in the inaugural addresses. This research is descriptive qualitative using discourse analysis approach. In collecting the data, it uses listening method and note-taking technique. In analyzing the data, it uses contextual method by using socio-pragmatics theory. In presenting the result of the analysis, it uses informal method by verbal language. The result of analysis show: the use of language aspects found in inaugural addresses of Obama includes: (a) diction which includes the positive and negative connotation, (b) reference which includes inclusive and exclusive references, (c) language styles includes inclusive and exclusive references, (d) language styles includes repetition (e) the use of figurative language includes metaphor.
Flannel Fabric Handicraft Training to Increase Entrepreneurial Interest in the Budi Lestari Community South Lampung M Yasin al Arif; Ida Faridatul Hasanah; Muhammad Aridan; Muhammad Farhan Wibowo; Widya Oktarini
Smart Society: Community Service and Empowerment Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Smart Society: Community Service and Empowerment Journal
Publisher : FOUNDAE (Foundation of Advanced Education)

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Considering the increasing number of unemployed and the depletion of job vacancies, so many people are struggling with the economy. This flannel craft training aims to increase the interest in entrepreneurship of housewives in Purwosari hamlet. Flannel fabric is attracting attention and many fans among the public. This study uses the Participatory Action Research (PAR) method with 4 stages, namely planning, action, observation, and reflection. This flannel craft training lasted for 1 day and was attended by 40 participants from housewives from the Purwosari hamlet. The products made are brooches and keychains made of flannel. Interest in entrepreneurship increased from 39.3% or in the category of less interest to 90.1% or in the category of very interest. With this training, it is hoped that it can be a solution to the difficulties of the family economy and can create jobs through entrepreneurship