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Speaking Self-Efficacy of EFL Students of Pre-Service Teaching Program in EFL Classroom Setting Darmawan; Satria P. Alam; Oliva Nurhayati Nirma
JET (Journal of English Teaching) Vol. 7 No. 2 (2021): Journal of English Teaching
Publisher : Prodi. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, FKIP, Universitas Kristen Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33541/jet.v7i2.2582

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The standing grown of academic self-efficacy as a theoretical framework of independent contributor to task performance of language skills such as speaking has been widely recognized. Considerable amount of researches has also found self-efficacy in EFL context is still roughly challenging. The present research attempts to explain speaking self-efficacy of 35 EFL students of pre-service teaching program who enrolled in speaking advanced class in EFL classroom setting. The result showed the average percentage of student’s self-efficacy in the mastery of speaking skill was 79% which was high. The highest point of those questionnaires was students believed on their personal ability in the mastery of speaking skill (82%). while the lowest point of questionnaires was factors’ influencing students’ in public speaking in EFL classroom setting (77%). The average percentage of students’ self-efficacy in the mastery of speaking skill can grow with effort was categorized as high scale (79%). This research also revealed that students’ sources of self-efficacy based on their positive experiences of task accomplishments, observing role model performances, verbal persuasions, their effort, persistence/resilience that they exerted when obstacles arise, and emotional states. Self-efficacy level of one student with another’s was different despite having the same score and it has nothing to do with gender. Individuals with high levels of self-efficacy approach difficult tasks as challenges to master rather than as threats to be avoided
The Comparison of The Phonological Features of Sikka Language and English Darmawan Darmawan; Gunawan Suryoputro
Journal of ELT Research: The Academic Journal of Studies in English Language Teaching and Learning 2019: Journal of ELT Research, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Prof. DR. HAMKA

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The paper is aimed to find out: (1) the similarities and the differences of segmental features of Sikka language and English, and (2) the appropriate way to solve the problem of phonological teaching in Maumere. The data was collected from EFL participants who were their mother tongue are Sikka language, one of local languages in Maumere East Nusatenggara Island, Indonesia. To collect the data, theAural Phoneme Discrimination test, the Phoneme Recognition tes, andReading test were used. The findings revealed that errors were largely limited to final stops and sibilants, initial and final affricates, and interdentals. The error data did not completely accord with previous findings. A language transfer viewpoint offers an explanation as to why these particular sounds were found difficult for the participants. Patterns in the error data showed that stops were mostly devoiced, and these processes were developmental. The affricates and interdentals were frequently generalized to a stop or sibilant found in the first language. Overgeneralization of these articulatory difficult sounds is a common developmental process. Both transfer and developmental factors and their interaction explain much of the error data, though other factors such as hypercorrection and spelling interference also seem to play a role. An implication of the study is that these systematic, specific errors, dependent on first language, should be taken into account when teaching pronunciation to English learners from these local language groups. Keywords: Contrastive analysis, phonetic features, Sikka language
Unrecorded Idiomatic Expressions of Sikka Krowe Dialect In Flores Island East-Nusa Tenggara Darmawan Labira; Maria Nelciana Mua Koban; Rikardus Nasa
ELS Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities Vol. 3 No. 3 (2020): SEPTEMBER
Publisher : Hasanuddin University

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The  aim  of  this  study  is  to  identify  types  of  idioms  found  in  Sikka Krowe dialect  in Nita sub district of Sikka regency.  The data were taken through interviews and observations. Qualitative method was used in analyzing the data.  As the result, the type of Idiomatic expressions was found.  Those idiomatic expressions are divided into two types; they are classified base on the closeness of the elements and base on the elements of formulation. There are 9 full idioms and 6 partial idioms in the closeness of the elements classification and 10 idioms with part of body: 4 idioms with the word senses, 2 idioms with color; 1 idiom with the names of object name; 4 idiom with animal name; 1 idiom with lant parts, 2 Idiom numeralia, 1 idiom of verba, 1 idiom of nouns, 1 idiom of adjectives.  Meanwhile, the meaning of idiomatic expressions was based on the context of the dialogues and the narratives in Sikka Krowe dialect in Nita sub district of Sikka regency.
EFL Learners of Pre-Service Teacher Programs’ Knowledge of Collocation and Their Perceptions on Collocation Darmawan Labira; Yohanes San Salvador L. Gili; Felisitas Siano
ELS Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities Vol. 3 No. 4 (2020): DECEMBER
Publisher : Hasanuddin University

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This paper was aimed to find out: (1) EFL learners of pre-service teaching program’s knowledge of collocation, and (2) EFL learners of pre-service teaching program’s perception about their knowledge of collocation and on collocation teaching in EFL setting. The data was collected from EFL learners of pre-service teaching programs of IKIP Muhammadiyah Maumere in Maumere East Nusa tenggara, Indonesia. To collect the data, a multiple choice of collocation test that consisted of thirty items was administered and 9 item of questionnaires about their perception toward collocation teaching materials, collocation learning methods, and collocation teaching techniques. The findings revealed that the average percentage of EFL learners of pre-service teaching program’s collocation errors through statistical analysis using SPSS 25.0 was 51, 50% (an average of 4.85 errors per participants). It was identified that 56.30% grammatical errors (an average of 10.68 errors per participants) and 42.60% lexical errors (an average of 10.54 errors per essay) were found. This implies that the most frequently committed errors were in the grammatical category. The study also revealed that 80% of EFL learners of pre-service teaching program agreed that the role of collocation in teaching and learning vocabulary was very important. 43% of them mostly learn collocations from the course book. They agreed that the most suitable level to learn o r teach collocations are from around elementary. They learn collocation bacause It is important for language proficiency while 30% of them said that techniques do you use in learning collocations was through translating. 40% of them agreed that reading was language skill(s) would be the most effective in learning collocations. The causes their collocational errors were 43% of them agreed that there is interference from Indonesian.
KEKUATAN BAHASA MAGIS DALAM PRAKTEK PENGOBATAN ALTERNATIF COVID-19 : SEBUAH KEARIFAN LOKAL DI KABUPATEN SIKKA Bertholomeus Jawa Bhaga; Darmawan Darmawan; Hadian Hadian
Lingua Rima: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia Vol 11, No 3 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31000/lgrm.v11i3.7192

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Setiap daerah memiliki kearifan lokal yang berbeda-beda. Bentuk kearifan selalu bermacammacam baik dalam bahasa, laku upacara, praktek pengobatan tradisional dan lainnya. Covid19 yang telah merebak dan mendatangkan banyak efek ikutannya. Hal penting sebagai akibanya adalah masalah kesehatan. Berbagai cara dan metode pengobatan telah dianjurkan dan dilaksanakan oleh lembaga kesehatan dunia yang resmi. Namun, sebagai masyarakat yang tumbuh dan hidup dalamadat kebiasaan serta kepercayaan tertentu memiliki "cara lain" dalam hal pengobatan covid-19. Dan hal tersebut dapat dengan memanfaatkan berbagai tanaman serta tumbuhan yang ada di sekitar kita dengan turut pula memanfaatkan keyakinan akan kekuatan bahasa pada adat kebiasaan masyarakat diKabupaten Sikka. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengidentifikasi bentuk, makna dan fungsi bahasa magis yang dipakai dalam praktek pengobatan alternatif covid-19 di Kabupaten Sikka.Penelitian ini adalah penelitian kualitatif dengan metode deskriptif yang berusaha mendeskripsikan bentuk-bentuk Bahasa magis yang digunakan oleh masyarakat pemakai bahasa. Teknik analisis data berupa mengumpulan data, data direduksi, data disajikan lalu dianalisis. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa ternyata terdapat beberapa bentuk, makna dan fungsi yang terkandung dalam kata-kata magis yang digunakan dalam praktek pengobatan alternatif covid-19.Kata kunci: Magis, pengobatan alternatif, kearifan lokal
Affixation Process of Verbs in English and Bajo Language: A Contrastive Analysis *Sutriani Sutriani; Rikardus Nasa; Darmawan Darmawan
Riwayat: Educational Journal of History and Humanities Vol 5, No 1 (2022): February 2022, Local History and Learning Media
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24815/jr.v5i1.28078

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This research was aimed at finding and describing about the affixation process of Verbs in Bajo Language, and the finding similarities and differences of verbs in English and Bajo language. This research was classified as a descriptive qualitative study. The techniques of data collection used in this research were interview and study document. The data were analyzed by using contrastive analysis. The result of the research showed that most of verbs in Bajo language changed based on meaning. The change on meaning could be formed from affixation process. Affixation process of verbs in Bajo language there is prefix process, suffix process, simulfix process, and confix process. While affixation process of verbs in English, there is prefix process, suffix process and confix process. The similarities of affixation process of verbs in English and Bajo language are both have the prefix process, suffix process, confix process in the morphological process. Difference was affixation process of verbs is in English did not have simulfix process of affixation process.
Affixation Process of Verbs in English and Bajo Language: A Contrastive Analysis *Sutriani Sutriani; Rikardus Nasa; Darmawan Darmawan
Riwayat: Educational Journal of History and Humanities Vol 5, No 1 (2022): February 2022, Local History and Learning Media
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24815/jr.v5i1.28078

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This research was aimed at finding and describing about the affixation process of Verbs in Bajo Language, and the finding similarities and differences of verbs in English and Bajo language. This research was classified as a descriptive qualitative study. The techniques of data collection used in this research were interview and study document. The data were analyzed by using contrastive analysis. The result of the research showed that most of verbs in Bajo language changed based on meaning. The change on meaning could be formed from affixation process. Affixation process of verbs in Bajo language there is prefix process, suffix process, simulfix process, and confix process. While affixation process of verbs in English, there is prefix process, suffix process and confix process. The similarities of affixation process of verbs in English and Bajo language are both have the prefix process, suffix process, confix process in the morphological process. Difference was affixation process of verbs is in English did not have simulfix process of affixation process.