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Applying Dictologloss Technique on Students’ Narrative Text: A Quasi Experimental Study Kholid, Mohammad Ridho; Abimanto, Dhanan; Pratiwi, Wiwied
Attractive : Innovative Education Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2020): Attractive : Innovative Education Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51278/aj.v2i2.45

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This article was to find out about the effectiveness of applying dictogloss technique on students’ narrative text. A Quasi-Experimental design was used in this method, with using pre-test and post test design. Subject of this research was at the eleventh grade at state senior high 10 Bandar Lampung. The result of this study showed that the value of to (tobservation ) was 5.2. The value of t table with degree of freedom 38 in significance degree 5 % was 2.02 and in significance degree 1% was 2.71. It indicated that to was higher than or 2.02 < 5.26 > 2.71. for those analysis, the null hypothesis (Ho) was rejected and t alternative hypothesis (Ha) was accepted. Hence, it was inferred that there were significant difference between students’ narrative writing score who were taught by dictoglos technique. Keywords: Dictogloss Technique, Experimental Design, Narrative Text
Analysing of Students’ Translation Skill through Idiomatic Translation Method Puspita, Nurul; Pratiwi, Wiwied; Mahmudah, Masrurotul; Ambariyani, Ambariyani; Arifin, Zainal
Attractive : Innovative Education Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2020): Attractive : Innovative Education Journal
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The aim of this study is to know the level of readability of students’ result translation and the error using translation procedure. The researcher used qualitative research. The subject of this research was 15 students at the fifth semester. The result show that the percentages of students’ idiomatic translation result in readability aspect were; 14% data of the translation result was readable, 59% data of the translation result was almost readable, and 27% data of the translation result was unreadable. The percentage of students done mistake in procedures of translation were: 70% students’ errors in using addition, 60% students’ error in using omission, and 40% student’s error in using transposition. Mostly and relatively they translated the text literally, using unacceptable term, translated out of the context
Pendampingan Kegiatan Belajar Siswa dengan Memanfaatkan Barang Bekas untuk Meningkatkan Minat dan Kreativitas Belajar Siswa pada Era Covid-19 Jannah, Nur Roikhatul; Pratiwi, Wiwied
Bulletin of Community Engagement Vol 1 No 2 (2021): Bulletin of Community Engagement
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The article gave learning assistance by students’ utilizing waste to increase students' interest and creativity. This research used ABCD (Asset Based Community Development) method. Five steeps to conduct this research; discovery, dream, design, define, and destiny. As for this research method including: preparation stage consisting of observation, interview to parents of students, delivery of strategies, and material extension, implementation stage consisting of socialist implementation of activities initiated by approach and mentoring students, evaluation stage of assessment of activities that have been carried out. The results activities showed that the students learning assistance against corona virus and utilizing used goods as a place to wash hands, mentoring students in utilizing waste to make product handicrafts, and mentoring students in utilizing waste as a learning medium. Keywords: Utilizing Waste, Assistance Learning Activity, Creativity in Covid-19 Era
The Implementation of Student Discipline Character through School and Parents' Collaboration Syaikhoni, Yusuf; Subandi, Subandi; Fadillah, Kharis; Pratiwi, Wiwied
Bulletin of Pedagogical Research Vol 1 No 2 (2021): Bulletin of Pedagogical Research
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A person who has a disciplined attitude will reflect through obedient. obedient and orderly behavior with a feeling of responsibility for what has become the rules he has received. In reality, discipline seems hard for some people to do, it covers all aspects of discipline. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah menganalisis faktor-faktor yang melatarbelakangi minimnya karakter disiplin siswa di SMP Islam Cendikia Darussalam dan menganalisis bentuk kerjasama sekolah dan orang tua di SMP Islam Cendikia Darussalam The method used in this research is a qualitative approach, the methods that are usually used are interviews, observation, and document. Qualitative descriptive in this study is used to develop a theory that is built through data obtained in the field. The factors that influence students, thats is parenting styles in daily life, social relationships, and self-understanding. The forms of cooperation that exist are cooperation and socialize school rules, form school and parent / guardian cooperation organizations, school committees, home visits, receive visits from parents of guardians, collaborate in groups, and carry out counseling guidance at schools. Efforts are made through collaboration, namely carrying out deliberations with guardian parents, learning the character of discipline from an early age which is carried out jointly between teachers and schools, internalizing disciplinary values ​​in subjects, building a conducive school environment in various ways including those equipped with school infrastructure, holding positive activities that build character values ​​of students, control, rewards and punishments, and modeling. Keywords: Learning Caracters, Disciplined Attitude, Collaboration School