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The Use of Self-Recording Videos as ESL Learning Method in Increasing English Learning Performance Dedi Aprianto; Muhlisin Muhlisin
Empiricism Journal Vol. 3 No. 2: December 2022
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat (LITPAM)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36312/ej.v3i2.993


The use of Technology-based learning is currently tended to massively used in a variety of activities in schools and universities. SRV is designed to become an effective English learning method that can promote the students learning performance. This research aims at assessing or investigating the effectiveness of using SRV (Self-Recording Videos) in the university students of the Engineerings department, at the university of Bumigora. It was carried out by a quantitative research method which is descriptively statistically analyzed along with a number of samples are 14 students. This research’s sampling technique was carried out through a simple random technique, then it was accounted the sample’s number by using Slovin’s technique. The instrument of data collection used is a questionnaire consisting of 9 items, then the reliability of the instrument was tested, in which the Cronbach alpha value (0.721 > 0.60), showing that the questionnaire is reliable. The quantitative data were descriptively analyzed by using a t-test. This study suggests that the use of Self-Recording Videos (SRV) affected students’ English learning performance by assessing the average score. It is obtained that the average score is 0.8476/84.76%. In conclusion, SRV is an effective English learning method for enhancing students’ English performance.
Indoglish as A Sociolinguistic Phenomenon: The Power of Language In the 4.0 Era Ni Ketut Putri Nila Sudewi; Muhlisin; Syafira Mahfuzi Ardiyati
JISHUM : Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Humaniora Vol. 1 No. 3 (2023): Maret (JISHUM Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Humaniora) In Progress
Publisher : CV Insan Kreasi Media

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This research is aimed at identifying the linguistic level of the Indoglish phenomenon commonly used for communication in the industry 4.0 era, identifying the reasons for speakers when using Indoglish in social media, especially on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok; and analyzing the impacts of its usage on the speakers. The data source in this study uses various forms of authentic tweets and captions that focus on the emergence of Indoglish in this era which was collected by note-taking and observation techniques. Then the data was analyzed and presented qualitatively using the theories proposed by Weinrich (1963) and Holmes (2013). The results of this research imply the forms of Indoglish linguistic level used for communication in social media, especially on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok in three different levels, such as word level, phrase level, and clause/sentence level. Most teenagers in the 4.0 era use Indoglish language in their tweets or captions on social media to make them easier when conveying intentions for intimacy, developing closeness, affirm intentions, and expressing resentment. The impact of using this language in their communication would help them to develop their English abilities.