Bejo Sutrisno
Sekolah Tinggi Bahasa Asing (STIBA) IEC, Jakarta, Indonesia

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Peningkatan Kemampuan Komunikasi Bahasa Inggris di Era Globalisasi kepada Para Pemuda Karang Taruna di RW 05 Desa Karang Asem Barat–Citeureup Kabupaten Bogor Bejo Sutrisno; Suhendar Suhendar; Mohamad Mansur; Budiarto Budiarto; Mukhlasul Fasikh
Jurnal Abdimas Prakasa Dakara Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Pemberdayaan Kompetensi dan Keterampilan Masyarakat di Era Globalisasi
Publisher : LPPM STKIP Kusuma Negara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (257.387 KB) | DOI: 10.37640/japd.v1i1.936

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The objectives of this study are (1) to train participants in good and correct English communication both grammatically and in correctly choosing the right words and (2) to train fluency in English communication to understand the skills in each component which consists of listening exercises, the use of proper and correct language structures in writing, reading comprehension, and speaking proficiency. The method used is a communicative approach method that trains students to understand the skills in each training component which consists of speaking, writing, reading and listening skills. The results of this activity showed that the training participants experienced positive changes in terms of fluency, understanding, use of language structures and vocabulary.
Kiat Menjadi Pegiat dan Pengajar Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing: Membidik Potensi dan Peluang Bejo Sutrisno; Agus Sulaeman; Mukhlasul Fasikh; Audi Yundayani
Jurnal Abdimas Prakasa Dakara Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Penguatan Keterampilan dan Karakter untuk Mendukung Pendidikan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (271.224 KB) | DOI: 10.37640/japd.v1i2.1031

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Internasionalisasi bahasa Indonesia memberikan dampak positif terhadap munculnya peluang menjadi pegiat dan pengajar bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing (BIPA). Peluang dan potensi ini menjadi sebuah daya tarik tersendiri, hanya saja masih terdapat tanda tanya besar terkait apa itu BIPA, apa yang harus disiapkan, dan apa yang harus dilakukan untuk mengambil peluang tersebut. Kegiatan ini ditujukan untuk memberikan informasi tentang BIPA, memberikan gambaran tentang peluang-peluang apa saja yang muncul, bagaimana menjadi pegiat dan pengajar BIPA, dan berbagai tantangan yang akan dihadapi. Kegiatan yang diikuti oleh 98 peserta dari berbagai kalangan dilaksanakan dalam bentuk seminar dalam jaringan (daring) dengan pemaparan makalah dan pengalaman dari pemateri diikuti dengan sesi diskusi. Hasil dari kegiatan ini memberikan dampak positif. Peserta terlibat secara aktif dalam sesi diskusi. Umpan balik yang diberikan peserta setelah selesai acara menggambarkan mereka termotivasi untuk ingin lebih tahu lagi tentang BIPA. Mereka juga berharap STIBA IEC dapat melakukan lokakarya BIPA dasar untuk program kegiatan selanjutnya. Informasi tentang BIPA yang diberikan dapat memberikan stimulus dan informasi yang tepat bagi masyarakat luas.
When solidarity and misery meet in the shadow of a massacre: Moral values reflected in the novel ‘Human Acts’ Audi Yundayani; Benedicta Lintang Larassaty; Bejo Sutrisno
EduLite: Journal of English Education, Literature and Culture Vol 6, No 1 (2021): February 2021
Publisher : Universitas Islam Sultan Agung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (355.787 KB) | DOI: 10.30659/e.6.1.105-119

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The crisis that the world is in today has brought people together through the suffering they share. It leads to the presence of solidarity, which shows how people come hand in hand to help each other, showing that humanity exists even in difficult times. This paper seeks to analyze the portrayal of solidarity and suffering as part of the moral values of Han Kang's novel 'Human Acts,' which deals with the similar crisis that occurred in South Korea in 1980, known as the Gwangju Uprising. It applies descriptive qualitative research which concentrates directly and clearly on the aspects in the novel. It is learned that the characters in the novel convey the moral values most through the way in which they respect and care for one another and that the suffering shared between the characters is part of both their loss and their survival because of the solidarity they have built along the way. The moral values depicted in the novel ‘Human Acts’ are not merely fiction. It was realistically shown during the Gwangju Uprising and is now being shown in the current situation of the pandemic.
AN ANALYSIS OF FIGURATIVE LANGAUGE IN THE NOVEL THERE YOU’LL FIND BY JENNY B. JONES Saum Maria; bejo Sutrisno
Journal of English Language and Literature (JELL) Vol 1 No 01 (2016): JELL STIBA-IEC
Publisher : STIBA IEC JAKARTA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37110/jell.v1i01.9

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The objectives of this research are (1) to find out what kinds of figurative language used in the novel, (2) to find out what figurative language the novel used widely and (3) to find out what figurative language used least. The data the researcher analyzed is all sentences which consist of figurative language mentioned in the source of theories in the chapter two of this term paper. The used data source is the novel entitled There you’ll Find Me by Jenny B. Jones. The researcher analyzed the novel by underlining every single sentence found containing figurative language. Then list them in a table and percentage their each types. The researcher found there are 11 figurative languages or, in other words, the novel used all kinds of figure of speech mentioned according to the expert’s theories in total use of 479 figurative languages. The percentage table shows the result that the use of metaphor is 35 or 7.3%, simile 70 or 14.6%, personification 81 or 16.9%, apostrophe 15 or 3.1%, overstatement (hyperbole) 162 or 33.8%, understatement (litotes) 23 or 4.8%, metonymy 20 or 4.2%, synecdoche 18 or 3.8%, transferred epithet 37 or 7.7%, paradox 15 or 3.1%, and pun 3 or 0.6%. According to the result, overstatement (hyperbole) is the most widely used figure of speech, and pun is the least one. The result of this research can give the readers about kinds of figurative languages; perhaps, they found some are new for them. Hopefully, the author of the novel keeps going creating such an interesting yet meaningful story through many other kinds of figurative language.