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LITERAL TRANSLATION AS DOMINANT PROCEDURE FOUND IN "ENCANTO" MOVIE SUBTITLE Putu Armitha Widiyanthi; I Gusti Agung Sri Rwa Jayantini; Ni Made Verayanti Utami
Journal of Language and Literature Vol 10, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Gunadarma

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35760/jll.2022.v10i2.6903

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The literal translation employed in the subtitle of the movie "Encanto" was the primary focus of this study. The purpose of the study is to identify the main categories of translation procedures utilized in the movie subtitle for "Encanto" and to discuss how the literal translation procedures are applied. In this study, the qualitative descriptive approach was applied. The data for the study was derived from the movie’s subtitle, "Encanto." The data were acquired through viewing the motion, reading the script, assessing many sorts of translation techniques, correlating the dialogue to the script, classifying and recognizing words, phrases, and clauses, then lastly selecting and noting the various categories of data. The information was seen and examined by utilizing Newmark's (1988) theory of translation procedures. There is one dominant type found in this research, such as literal translation, procedures about 24 data are found in this research. Literal procedure the subtitle translated into the closest meaning.
The IMPLEMENTING FLIPPED LEARNING THROUGH ZOOM AND GOOGLE CLASSROOM IN UNIVERSITY IN BALIDURING COVID-19 : IMPLEMENTING FLIPPED LEARNING THROUGH ZOOM AND GOOGLE CLASSROOM IN UNIVERSITY IN BALIDURING COVID-19 Gede Irwandika; Ni Made Verayanti Utami; Ni Nyoman Deni Ariyaningsih; Gede Dharma Arya Wicaksana
Focus Journal : Language Review Vol 1 No 1 (2021): December 2021
Publisher : Departement of Research and Community Services BALI DWIPA UNIVERSITY

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.62795/fjlg.v1i1.12

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Covid-19 Pandemic brought many changes of human life, including education. This study aimed to describe the implementation flipped learning through Zoom and Google Classroom in University in Bali during Covid-19 pandemic.This study was an descriptive study which was conducted in one of the universities in Bali in academic year 2019/2020 by using two research instruments, namely observation and interview. The result showed google Classroom was optimized in giving instruction or materials to the students via comment to make the instruction became accessible to all students. Then, Zoom meeting was used for class discussion after learning at home from instruction on Google Classroom. Some problems were occurred such as internet connection and limited non-verbal responses. However, In teacher’s perspective, flipped learning is really helpful because the teacher just need to give the material and instruction to students at home in Google Classroom and then at class discussion on Zoom, the teacher just need to act as facilitator.