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Journal : International Journal of Linguistics and Discourse Analytics (ijolida)

COVID-19 TERMINOLOGIES: THE EXTENT OF STUDENT’S VOCABULARY ACQUISITION DURING LEARNING FROM HOME I Nyoman Suparsa; Ida Bagus Nyoman Mantra
International Journal of Linguistics and Discourse Analytics Vol 2 No 1 (2020): IJOLIDA Vol.2 No.1, September 2020
Publisher : Denpasar Institute

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52232/ijolida.v2i1.28

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The coronavirus pandemic has affected the lives of people across the globe which forced students to work from home. In the education sector, students are strongly suggested to stay home and study from home. Consequently, online learning becomes a necessary learning process during the outbreak of COVID-19. Students are expected to be active in engaging themselves in learning. Suddenly they are confronted with many terminologies concerning classroom interaction. Many students found some of the terminologies confusing. This study was intended to find out the students' acquisition of COVID-19 terminologies which are commonly used in classroom interaction. The study found that students have inadequate comprehension of COVID-19 terminologies although they are widely exposed to terminologies in their daily life. Only common terminologies were comprehended appropriately. This study implies that a learning program should be provided to improve students' acquisition of COVID-19 terminologies
DISCOURSE IN DIVERSE ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED BY LANGUAGE TEACHERS Ida Ayu Made Sri Widiastuti; I Gde Putu Agus Pramerta; I Nyoman Suparsa; Ni Luh Sukanadi
International Journal of Linguistics and Discourse Analytics Vol 2 No 1 (2020): IJOLIDA Vol.2 No.1, September 2020
Publisher : Denpasar Institute

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52232/ijolida.v2i1.32

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Classroom assessment is a process of collecting and utilizing information on student learning outcomes carried out by teachers. The process of collecting and utilizing this information is used to determine the level of achievement of students towards competency attainment. The results of the assessment can provide an overview of the competence and progress of the students. This study explores the principles of classroom-based assessment carried out by teachers in real classroom settings. The study revealed that teachers employed various assessment techniques due to their various understanding of classroom assessment. Teachers had different views on how the implementation of classroom assessment and methods of assessments. Several forms of assessment conducted by teachers include a collection of a portfolio, product, project, performance, and written tests. However, some teachers still conducted those forms of assessment inappropriately. This study implies that further educational training on classroom assessment should be developed by educational stakeholders.
Discourse On English Teaching Materials For Tour Guiding Based On Cultural Social Approach Analysis Suparsa, I Nyoman; Suandi, I Nyoman; Warta, Ida Bagus; Seloka, Ida Bagus; Astawa, I Nengah
International Journal of Linguistics and Discourse Analytics Vol 2 No 2 (2021): IJOLIDA Vol.2 No.2, March 2021
Publisher : Denpasar Institute

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52232/ijolida.v2i2.36

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Teaching English for specific purposes (ESP), which is in contrast with English for Academic purposes (EAP), has gained specially great attention since 1960’s. One of the examples of ESP is English for guiding. The main purpose of implementing English for guiding in some schools or collages is to give the students ability to communicate mainly orally so as to be able to fulfil the student’s need for his or her future carreer or job in tourism. In reality very often cultural misunderstandings which may pruduce fatal consequencies emerge among those who are involved in tourism industry. Due to this circumstance, inserting sosio-cultural aspects in the teacher’s languge teaching interaction is indeed beneficial. In this case, the role of the teacher to include edequate cultural aspects in language teaching, beside giving formal gramatical language forms, of course is highly worth considering. Teaching English for tourism industry is not regarded appropriate yet if sosio-cultural aspects are not adequately included. In other words, beside teaching the language forms, English teacher should incorporate sosio-cultural aspects into his interaction. Futhermore, materials for English for guiding is carefully selected which are based on carefull analysis of the course objectives. The implication of analysing teaching materilas intended for tour guide is expected that the outcomes of the institution or graduates are truly matched with the available jobs in job markets