Syathroh, Isry Laila
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Analysis of Laskar Pelangi in English Version Based on Transitivity Theory SYATHROH, ISRY LAILA; HUSNUSSALAM, HENDRA
English Journal Literacy Utama Vol 3 No 1 (2019): English Journal Literacy UTama
Publisher : Universitas Widyatama

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (177.595 KB) | DOI: 10.33197/ejlutama.vol3.iss1.2019.30

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This study aims to investigate the characterizations of Lintang in the English version of Laskar Pelangi novel (2009), The Rainbow Troops, based on Transitivity. As the unit of analysis, the data are 30 selected clauses, both uttered by Lintang himself or the narrator. The clauses are arranged chronologically based on the plot of the story consisting of phase 1 (opening), phase 2 (conflict & climax), and phase 3 (closing). This research employs qualitative descriptive design (Fraenkel & Wallen, 2007: 430). The approach for this research is narrative inquiry. According to Croker (Heigham & Croker, 2009: 16), among disciplines using narrative inquiry are anthropology, sociology, history, psychology and literature. The results show that based on transitivity theory, the characterizations of Lintang are represented and portrayed by the types of process and participant in every clause. Among his emerging characterizations are: hyperactive, brave, never-gives-up kid, heroism, and willing to sacrifice for his family.
An Analysis of Language Varieties Used by English Teachers in Young Learners Classes Syathroh, Isry Laila
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Swadaya Gunung Jati

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33603/perspective.v6i2.1132

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One of competences which teachers should possess is strategic competence. In the classes of English Language Teaching (ELT), teachers must be able to communicate either verbally or non-verbally with students to stimulate them to learn English effectively. This paper attempts to shed some light on language varieties used by English teachers in English to Young Leaners (EYL) classes. The language variation investigated is specified into the way how teachers give instruction, according to Holmes (1993), which is grouped into three categories: descriptive sentences, imperative sentences and interrogative sentences. On the ground of doing this study, two EYL teachers were involved. Since this research employs qualitative research design, the data for this study were gained through direct observation and teacher reflective notes. The study revealed that imperative sentences dominate the expressions used by teachers in EYL classes followed by questions and declarative sentences. Total Physical Response (TPR) is still assumed to be the most effective way to teach English to young learners.  
AN ANALYSIS OF LEXICAL COHESION FOUND IN “NEVER SAY NEVER” SONG LYRICS Pratiwi, Vivi Yulia; Jayanti, Yeni Dwi; Syathroh, Isry Laila
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 3 (2019): VOLUME 2 NUMBER 3, MAY 2019
Publisher : IKIP Siliwangi

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The purpose of this study is to describe kinds of lexical cohesion and to know frequent lexical cohesion used to support the cohesiveness of discourse in Justin Bieber and Jaden Smith’s song entitled “Never Say Never”. The subject of this study is “Never Say Never” song lyrics. This study uses descriptive qualitative that focuses on lexical cohesion in particular synonym, repetition (anaphora and epistrophe repetition) and antonym. The instrument that the researchers used are books, earphone, youtube and other supporting tools. From this study, the result shows that the lyrics of “Never Say Never” song contains eleven forms of lexical cohesion, consisting of  two synonyms, seven repetitions, and two antonyms. So the most frequent occurrence in the data is repetition. The function of lexical cohesion is to make the lyrics have harmonization that makes the lyrics more meaningful