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Universitas Bina Sarana Informatika

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Fostering Students’ Writing Skill by the Integration of Mall Application Retno Dwigustini; Novita Sari; Susilawati Susilawati; Baiatun Nisa
Journal of Languages and Language Teaching Vol 9, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33394/jollt.v9i1.3264


Writing has been one of the most significant skill to acquire by high school students. In fact, students still find it difficult due to weak mastery of writing components and limited practice as well as exposure and facility. On these ground, utilizing MALL in hybrid learning setting is assumed to enhance their writing skill. Employing qualitative approach with classroom action research design conducted in 3 cycles, 20 high school students were involved in this study. The data were obtained using observation, test and interview. The findings suggested that online writing application can help promoting students’ writing skill proven by the score increase from cycle 1 to 3 as well as their participation. The students either perceived the MALL application positively.
Evaluation on teaching English simple future tense on grade 7 at SMP Tunas Harapan Pasar Kemis Dwi Indarti; Baiatun Nisa
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): March-April
Publisher : Mitra Palupi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.56724/ladu.v1i3.58


Background: Teaching languages has different ways from teaching another subjects. Purpose: The objective of this research is to know the effectiveness of Active Learning Method in Teaching Simple Future. Design and methods: This research is using an evaluation method. The research was conducted at the seventh grade of SMP Tunas Harapan, Pasar Kemis, Tangerang. The data were collected through observation, teaching learning process, pre-test and post-test, questionnaires. This program contains the planning, how to implement and improve the students’ English Grammar Simple Future through Active Learning Method. The exercise was a mean to evaluate the action conducted in research. Results: The result of this research indicated that: (1) Using Active Learning Method in teaching simple future is one of a good solution to improve the students’ grammar skill, (2) it makes students are more easily in  understanding and using simple future tense in daily activities, and (3) students become more active in responding the lessons or questions given by the teacher.
Illocutionary Act Used by The Main Character in Movie Guardians of The Galaxy Vol.2 Baiatun Nisa; Cantik Novia Mulyani; Lia Nurmalia; Sulhizah Wulan Sari
IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics Vol. 7 No. 3 (2022): September
Publisher : Center of Language and Cultural Studies [CLCS]

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30957/ijoltl.v7i3.698


This study aims to determine the types and most prominent illocutionary acts used by the main character in James Gunn's fantasy movie Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2. The research conducted a descriptive qualitative using Searle's taxonomy of illocutionary acts theory. There were 42 utterances found. The data analysis was performed by categorizing into representative, directive, commissive expressive, and declarative. The results showed that the most prevalent type of speech act was representative (69%) which included predicting, informing, asserting, rejecting, claiming, thinking, and believing. It was followed by directives (21%) in commanding, advising, and asking. Expressive (%) involved gratitude, apologizing, regretting, and like. Commissive (2%) contained committing the speaker to do something in the future. The dominant illocutionary act used by the main character were representatives. The main character tended to convey his utterance for describing states or events in the world that he believed it to be. Meanwhile, the main character did not use declarative at all since this act requires authority and status to do. Thus, the main character lacked any sort of power or authority in any position in the world to change the world through words.