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Improving reading comprehension skill through Listen-Read-Discuss (LRD) learning strategy Nur Faindah Syamsir; Zul Astri; Suhartina Suhartina; Fhadli Noer
Journal of Science and Education (JSE) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Science and Education (JSE)
Publisher : CV Rezki Media

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.56003/jse.v1i2.28

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The problem in this research is the students' reading comprehension skills in English. The purpose of this study to investigate the improvement in reading comprehension skills of VIII grade students of SMP Negeri 5 Manda in Maros Regency. This type of research is experimental research. The technique of collecting data is done by using a test technique. The test instrument is in the form of multiple-choice questions tested before and after being treated with learning strategies. The data analysis technique used the t-test. Based on the calculation of the difference test, the average value of the data in the t-test for the equations of means column has a significance value of 0.025> 0.000, so H0 is rejected, so it can be concluded that the Listening-Read-Discuss (LRD) Learning Strategy can be used to improve reading comprehension skills in students.
English Language Variation of Tourist Guide: A Case Study of Indonesian Context Fhadli Noer; Zul Astri; Nurul Hidjrah Hairuddin
SELTICS Vol 4 No 2 (2021): Vol 4 No 2 (2021) Seltics Journal: Scope of English Language Teaching, Literature
Publisher : Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FKIP Universitas Muslim Maros

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46918/seltics.v4i2.1162

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Individuals frequently speak English differently depending on their native language or the society they live in. A primary goal of our research is to learn more about the unique linguistic characteristics of the Indonesian people. This study aims to discover the language variation of English used by Indonesian tourist guides. Researchers used library and field research to perform the analysis. The researcher gathered data by recording, transcribing, and categorizing it in three separate processes. Furthermore, the researchers utilized a descriptive qualitative method to examine the usual linguistic features of English used by the tour guide. According to the findings of this study, the code choice of the three tour guides is relatively comparable. They used some particular lexical, namely actually, so, this is I and ‘and then’ In addition, they perform code-switching and code-mixing. Keywords: English, Language Variation, Tourist, Guide, Indonesia