Arti Prihatini
Pendidikan Bahasa Indonesia, Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

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Motivasi Belajar Siswa dalam Berliterasi di SD Negeri Kebonsari Kulon 6 Kota Probolinggo Yuni Susilowati; Arti Prihatini
GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia Vol. 4 No. 2 (2023)
Publisher : Tadris Bahasa Indonesia, Fakultas Tarbiyah, Institut Agama Islam Negeri Madura

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19105/ghancaran.v4i2.6850


Student learning motivation can be associated with information skills in learning Indonesian. The focus of this research is on three things, namely (1) the results of students' motivation in literacy; (2) literacy AKM (Minimum Competency Assessment); (3) the correlation between learning motivation and AKM literacy of students at Kebonsari Kulon 6 Public Elementary School, Probolinggo City. Quantitative research with descriptive statistical analysis was used as a research method for fifth grade students who took the AKM test by the Teaching Campus Program Batch 3. Questionnaires and tests were used for data collection techniques. In analyzing the results, it’s strengthened by the theory of learning motivation by Duncan and Mckeachie which has six aspects in measuring learning motivation including anxiety, self-confidence, belief control, task value, extrinsic orientation goals, and intrinsic orientation goals. The results of this study revealed that students learning motivation and AKM literacy were very high but the correlation value between the two was still very weak. This can be seen from several factors, which include students' understanding of the AKM Literacy question and the preparation of learning strategies that have high quality and are effective.
Word Association of The Covid-19 Terms: Case Study on Indonesian Generation Z Arti Prihatini
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Vol 12, No 2 (2022): Volume 12 Number 2 October 2022
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/parole.v12i2.150-161


Nowadays, society needs to understand the Covid-19 virus and improve appropriate attitudes and actions, especially Generation Z. The present study aimed to investigate adolescents' knowledge, responses, and attitudes. This research method was a descriptive case study. Data were collected using a free word association test and semi-structured interviews. Respondents amounted to 400 people with an age range of 17-24 years. Simple descriptive statistics with Ms. Excel analyzed the data; then, the data was coded with the Atlas.ti 9 application. The results showed that most Generation Z produced common words than idiosyncratic ones. Based on the lexico-syntactic pattern, nouns were responded by paradigmatic relation, while adjectives and verbs responded by syntagmatic. Based on the collocation, responded words were dominated by lexical collocations, while grammatical collocation responses were minimal. The association of the Covid-19 term represented knowledge of Generation-Z about the definition, symptoms, origin, impacts, efforts to deal with the virus, and the current condition of Covid-19. Generation Z tried to accept the pandemic by interpreting wisdom and hoping that conditions would be better soon. However, few generation-Z responded negatively, suspected a conspiracy, and thought the Covid-19 virus did not exist.