Sri Marmanto, Sri
Jurusan Sastra Inggris, Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Sebelas Maret

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Journal : English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings

An Effort of Chemistry Graduate Students Publishing an Article in Scopus-indexed Journals Prihandoko, Lastika Ari; Nurkamto, Joko; Marmanto, Sri
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 2 (2018): 2nd ELLiC Proceedings: Education 4.0: Trends and Future Perspectives in English Educa
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang

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The global competition between universities encourages an increase in the number of article publications in various international journal publishers. The demand to have article publication is unequal with the ability of academic writing skill, primarily by graduate students who are mostly novice writers. This study aims to determine the efforts of postgraduate students to publish their articles in reputable international scientific journals in the framework of the process of academic writing. This study used questionnaires and interviews as a method to obtain data from postgraduates majoring in chemistry who have Scopus indexed publications. The chemistry students have difficulties in finding a topic, organizing paragraphs, revising the article, and proofreading. This study expected to be a reference for academics who want to have Scopus-indexed publications and can be developed into teaching materials to provide practical steps for students in writing.
EFL Teachers Engagement in Reflective Practice: What tools do EFL teachers utilize to reflect their teaching? Tosriadi, Tosriadi; Asib, Abdul; Marmanto, Sri
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 2 (2018): 2nd ELLiC Proceedings: Education 4.0: Trends and Future Perspectives in English Educa
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This study was aimed at reviewing some reflective practice tools utilized by EFL teachers in reflecting their classroom performance as an attempt to improve their teaching. 4 English teachers with teaching experience ranging from 7-24 years were involved in this study. Data were collected through interview, observation, and document analysis. The result of data analysis informed some individual differences among EFL teacher’s preference in doing reflection over their teaching. Basically, there are 4 tools utilized by respondents to evaluate their teaching; learning journal, students’ feedback, peer observation, and action research. It is shown the role of reflective practice in teacher development is very vital.
PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS STUDENTS’ WILLINGNESS TO COMMUNICATE Amalia, Suci Nugrah; Asib, Abdul; Marmanto, Sri
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 3 (2019): 3rd ELLiC Proceedings: Reimagining New Cyber-based Research in English Education, Lit
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The present instrumental case study focused on probing into pre-service English teachers’ attitude towards students’ willingness to communicate (WTC). 10 pre-service English teachers were purposively chosen regarding their familiarity and comprehension with the study issue. The data were solicited from interview and questionnaire. Their attitude was manifested in their positive evaluative judgments towards the hypothesized model of WTC whereby those judgments also represented three domains of attitude subsuming affective, cognitive, and behavioral domain. The results indicated that in spite of some situational restrictions, all of the participants had a positive attitude towards students’ WTC which guides them to carry out communicative learning activities in the classroom. Further studies are highly recommended to more deeply deal with the realm of WTC implementation in Indonesian contexts. Such studies can be meaningful references for Indonesian English teachers to encourage students to have a high WTC.
EXPLORING TEACHERS’ BELIEFS AND PRACTICES OF PEDAGOGICAL COMPETENCIES IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS Astuti, Desi; Fauziati, Endang; Marmanto, Sri
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 3 (2019): 3rd ELLiC Proceedings: Reimagining New Cyber-based Research in English Education, Lit
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Having pedagogical competencies is one of the requirements to become a professional teacher in Indonesia. That is to say, teachers must master this competence and English teachers of young learners are not exempt. Thus, this study was conducted in order to explore the English teachers’ beliefs on pedagogical competencies in teaching English to young learners and how their beliefs were reflected in the teaching-learning process. Interviews and observations have been conducted to collect qualitative data from the participants in Surakarta. Included in this study were 2 English teachers at a private school in Surakarta. The results of the study indicated that the English teachers faced several challenges in implementing their beliefs on pedagogical competencies. The study we have done suggests that pedagogical competencies of the English teachers can be developed through a professional development program which should be organized by every school in Indonesia.
REVEALING TEACHERS’ BELIEFS OF HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS IN TEACHING READING AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Kusumastuti, Ima; Fauziati, Endang; Marmanto, Sri
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 3 (2019): 3rd ELLiC Proceedings: Reimagining New Cyber-based Research in English Education, Lit
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Belief that the teachers have is a basic concept which will shape their works and all activities they do in the classroom practices. The way they plan the lesson, the decisions that they make, and the teaching method that they apply in the classroom are highly influenced by their beliefs. As Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) and literary skill become important needs for the students to have in the 21st century learning, the teachers must have sufficient knowledge and understanding about it. This case study is aimed in revealing two Junior High School English teachers’ beliefs about Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) mainly in teaching reading. It also reveals how the two teachers apply their beliefs in teaching practices. The findings suggest that teachers’ personal  beliefs about HOTS vary from how the implementation of HOTS which should be conducted in the classrooms.
EFL Teachers Engagement in Reflective Practice: What tools do EFL teachers utilize to reflect their teaching? Tosriadi, Tosriadi; Asib, Abdul; Marmanto, Sri
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 2 (2018): 2nd ELLiC Proceedings: 'Education 4.0: Trends and Future Perspectives in English Educa
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This study was aimed at reviewing some reflective practice tools utilized by EFL teachers in reflecting their classroom performance as an attempt to improve their teaching. 4 English teachers with teaching experience ranging from 7-24 years were involved in this study. Data were collected through interview, observation, and document analysis. The result of data analysis informed some individual differences among EFL teacher?s preference in doing reflection over their teaching. Basically, there are 4 tools utilized by respondents to evaluate their teaching; learning journal, students? feedback, peer observation, and action research. It is shown the role of reflective practice in teacher development is very vital.