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Parents Perspective on Translation Quality of Children Bilingual Storybooks Dina Maharani; Chusna Apriyanti; Agustina Sri Hafidah
International Journal of English and Applied Linguistics (IJEAL) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Volume 1 Number 2 August 2021
Publisher : ITScience (Information Technology and Science)

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Parents believe that bilingual storybooks for children can be used as media for children in learning English. However, not all bilingual books have good quality in their translation. This research aims to know the parents’ perspective on the quality of translation in children’s bilingual storybooks. This is descriptive quantitative research. The data were gathered by using a questionnaire through implementing Google Form for 52 parents as respondents. Some considerations in choosing the respondents were applied, such as the parents have kindergarten and elementary schools level students and the parents use bilingual storybooks at home. The storybooks in this research consist of English and Indonesia, with Bahasa Indonesia as the source language and English as a target language. The research was conducted from April to June 2021. After being collected, the data are presented as the data display stage, and the researchers conclude. The result shows that there are 48 parents of 52 parents who consider bilingual storybooks as media.  Fifty parents also buy bilingual storybooks for their children. Among the respondents, 37 parents check the language of the books, and 15 parents do not match. Forty-two parents believe that the books are qualified for learning English. There are five considerations for parents in buying books: story, picture, language, price, and publishers/authors.
Pelatihan Seni Tari Tradisional dalam Rangka Pendidikan Karakter Anak dan Pelestarian Budaya Bangsa Indah Puspitasari Puspitasari; Ridha Kurniasih Astuti; Agustina Sri Hafidah
Journal of Social Empowerment Vol. 1 No. 2 (2016): Journal of Social Empowerment
Publisher : LPPM STKIP PGRI Pacitan

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Education launched the development of character axis in each subject today. Besides, preservation of national culture was also the important attention. One of them was through traditional dance. This activity, which is in the form of training, aimed at providing education and training of traditional dance in which its activities were targeted specifically at children in the elementary and kindergarten school in Kayen village Pacitan. Learning the art of traditional dance was the alternative to introduce and develop the children's knowledge of the local culture in advance instead of foreign cultures. The event was held from March to December 2016. The implementation phases of training were: (1) the preparation including the observation, the location determination and target; (2) the implementation of training (3) the evaluation and the further step including the reports on activities, evaluation and action plan. The method applied in this activity was the training with the trainer every Sunday morning. The inference of these activities was the traditional dance training was expected to provide the positive impact on children's character education and the awareness in the preservation of national culture.
The Journal Of English Teaching For Young And Adult Learners Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): The Journal of English Teaching for Young and Adult Learners
Publisher : English Education Study Program STKIP PGRI Pacitan

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The objectives of the research are to find students’ writing ability in online English learning. Themethod used in the research was a case study. The researcher used the quantitative. The data weregathered from this study through tests. The subjects of this research were students of XII MIPA 2 atSMA Negeri Tulakan, who were 20 students. This research finding showed that the mean score ofstudents’ writing ability is 70.85. Then the median of students’ writing score is 66. The modus ofstudents’ writing ability is 57 and 64.The standard deviation in SMA Negeri Tulakan is 75. From thefinding and data analysis, itcan be concluded that 12 from 20 students get the score of writing understandard deviation. Then eight from twenty students get the score up to standard deviation. Most ofthem have difficulties determining ideas or content, organization or coherence text, arranginglanguage use or grammar, word choice or vocabulary, and mechanics errors, including punctuation,capitalization, and spelling. There are some data or facts about students’ ability to construct theirs.Based on the English teacher interview’s result, teaching English online learning is not going well.Both the teachers and students must be able to adapt to online learning. Another obstacle of onlinelearning is some students don’t have a cellphone that supports the online learning media. Manystudents had difficulties, such as internet network constraints and limited quotas of internet data.Students are also less interactive in English online learning.