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A Cross-Sectional Study on Vocabulary Size Among Different Levels of the University Students Tsuraya, Annisa Shofa; Atmowardoyo, Haryanto
ELT Worldwide: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 5, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

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The objectives of this research were to know students’ vocabulary size; and to know whether there was significant difference of vocabulary size among the students of different levels of English Education Department Faculty of Teacher Training and Education of Makassar Muhammadiyah University in academic year 2017/2018. This study used quantitative descriptive and cross-sectional study as the design of the study. The sample of this study were the first, third, fifth, and seventh semester students. The instrument of this study is a vocabulary size test. It used one-way ANOVA to analyze the data of the test. The findings reveal that the highest mean score was the seventh semester students and the lowest mean score was the third semester students. And the most beyond expectation was the mean score of the first semester students which gone over the third and fifth semester students’ mean score. There is significant difference of the vocabulary size among the students of different levels. The result showed F-value (F0) 11.11 is greater than F-table (Ft) 2.60, (11.11 ≥ 2.60). Then the p value is 0.000 lower than 0.05 (0.000 ≤ 0.05). Hence, it can be concluded that H0is rejected and H1is accepted. Post Hoc Multiple Comparison showed that significant difference did not exist between some groups and only exist between two groups. Clearly, from the result, it can be said that there was significant difference of vocabulary size among the university students of different levels of English Department of Makassar Muhammadiyah University.Keywords: vocabulary, vocabulary size test
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING WHATSAPP MEDIA IN TEACHING VOCABULARY IN HIGH SCHOOL Annisa Shofa Tsuraya; Silaturahmi Silaturahmi
International Conference on Social and Islamic Studies Proceedings of the International Conference on Social and Islamic Studies (SIS) 2021
Publisher : International Conference on Social and Islamic Studies

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This research aims at finding out whether there is a significant difference or nor on the students’ vocabulary mastery through WhatsApp media and their response in implementing WhatsApp media to the second-grade student of SMAN 1 Madapangga. The method of this research was a pre-experimental research with one-group pretest-posttest design. There were two variables in this research, where WhatsApp media as the independent variable and students’ vocabulary mastery as the dependent variable. The population of this research was the second-grade student of SMAN 1 Madapangga. The total population were 184 students while the sample of this research were 30 students taken by applying simple random sampling technique. For the instrument, it used test (pre-test and post-test) and questionnare. The collected data was analized using scoring classification; mean score and t-test. The mean score of pre-test was 68.90 with standar deviation 14.45 while the mean score of post-test was 82.33 with standar deviation 5.97. Then the value of t-test was bigger than t-table (3.821>2.100). Therefor, the null hyothesis (H0) was rejected whereas the research hypothesis (H1) was accepted. While for Students’ response in implementing WhatsApp media, it showed that most of them felt that WhatsApp media gave good impact to them such as they felt fun and more actively involved in learning vocabulary through WhatsApp media. Based on the results above, the researcher concludes that WhatsApp media can improve students’ vocabulary mastery and it enhances students’ enthusiasm during learning vocabulary process to the second-grade student of SMAN 1 Madapangga.
INDONESIAN STUDENTS’ EYESIGHT ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REMOTE LEARNING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Annisa Shofa Tsuraya
International Conference on Social and Islamic Studies Proceedings of the International Conference on Social and Islamic Studies (SIS) 2021
Publisher : International Conference on Social and Islamic Studies

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTUITIVE-IMITATIVE APPROACH FOR TEACHING ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION IN INDONESIA VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Annisa Shofa Tsuraya
ETERNAL (English, Teaching, Learning and Research Journal) Vol 6 No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

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Pronunciation involves far more than individual sounds. Word stress, sentence stress, intonation, and word linking all influence the sound of spoken English, not to mention the way we often slur words and phrases together in casual speech. English pronunciation involves too many complexities for learners to strive for a complete elimination of accent, but improving pronunciation will boost self-esteem, facilitate communication, and possibly lead to a better job or least much respect in the workplace. This research aimed at investigating the effect of Intuitive-Imitative Approach in teaching pronunciation. The participants of this research were the second-year students of Indonesia Vocational High School in amount of 40 students. This research applied pre-experimental method. The instruments of this research were pre-test and post-test in oral test. The result of this research finally showed that the students’ pronunciation of post-test score was higher than the students’ pre-test score. Meanwhile, the result of t­-test showed that the difference was significant where value of the t-test was greater than the value of the t-table (20.17 ≥ 2.069). Thus, it can be concluded that the use of Intuitive-Imitative Approach is effective to use in teaching pronunciation. So that, by applying this method in learning pronunciation, the teacher are hoped to be more creative to enrich their selected word by choosing the unique words to stimulate students and present them an enjoyable, relax, and understandable way in learning process. 
TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE CHALLENGES IN THE ONLINE EFL TEACHING: A REVIEW OF PREVIOUS STUDIES Muthi'ah Muthi'ah; Muhammad Syahruddin Nawir; Annisa Shofa Tsuraya
Lentera Pendidikan : Jurnal Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan Vol 24 No 2 (2021): DECEMBER
Publisher : Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

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Abstract:Technological advances and the COVID-19 have accelerated the shift from traditional learning to online learning. Educational institutions have no choice but to convert the classroom setting into online classes. When teaching online, EFL teachers may have encountered challenges. This paper aims to review some previous studies on the teachers’ perceptions of the challenges in online EFL teaching, in Indonesia and other countries. This study employs library research. The result shows that challenges occurred during the implementation of online EFL teaching and learning. In other countries such as Korea, Thailand, Iran, China, and Saudi Arabia, the challenges are mostly related to the students’ learning process including the time and class management. On the other hand, in Indonesia, the challenges are more complex. Lack of experience with the online teaching methods and the limitations regarding the adequate internet facilities become the challenges that are most complained by the teachers.Abstrak:Kemajuan teknologi dan COVID-19 telah mempercepat peralihan dari pembelajaran tradisional ke pembelajaran online. Institusi pendidikan tidak punya pilihan selain mengubah pengaturan kelas menjadi kelas online. Saat mengajar online, guru EFL mungkin menghadapi tantangan. Makalah ini bertujuan untuk meninjau beberapa penelitian sebelumnya tentang persepsi guru tentang tantangan dalam pengajaran EFL online, di Indonesia dan negara lain. Penelitian ini menggunakan penelitian kepustakaan. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa tantangan terjadi selama pelaksanaan pembelajaran EFL online. Di negara-negara lain seperti Korea, Thailand, Iran, Cina, dan Arab Saudi, tantangannya lebih banyak terkait dengan proses belajar siswa termasuk waktu dan manajemen kelas. Di sisi lain, di Indonesia, tantangannya lebih kompleks. Kurangnya pengalaman dengan metode pengajaran online dan keterbatasan fasilitas internet yang memadai menjadi tantangan yang paling dikeluhkan oleh para guru.
THE STUDENTS’ EYESIGHT ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REMOTE LEARNING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Annisa Shofa Tsuraya; Multazam Abubakar; Muthi'ah Muthi'ah
Journal of Islam and Science Vol 8 No 2 (2021): July-December
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jis.v8i2.21761

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The world is paralyzed. In the beginning of 2020, the earth is attacked by COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic has a massive impact towards all sectors in human daily life. All communication way shift to online communication include teaching and learning process. This research was aimed at evaluating the effectiveness of remote learning in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic. This research applied qualitative method. The subject of this research are the English department students of a state university in Makassar, Indonesia. Open-response questionnaire was chosen as the instrument to gain the data. Thus, the pandemic of COVID-19, the researcher spread the questionnaire through Google Form. From the questionnaire, the result showed that the majority of students did not like remote learning. They did not enjoy the teaching and learning program such as discussion class or when they wanted to communicate with their friends and lecturers. There felt some obstacles in creating a real teaching and learning English condition through remote learning due to the unsupported device and unstable internet networks. It can be concluded that Indonesia has not ready yet to apply the remote learning as the standard learning system due to the uneven welfare and the spread of stable internet networks. This condition also possible drives students to some psychological disorders such as anxiety and under pressure. The lesson learned from this COVID-19 pandemic will make the next generation, remote learning platforms, and solutions for future cases more ready and better than today.
THE EFFECT OF DICTOGLOSS TECHNIQUE ON THE STUDENTS’ WRITING SKILLS Annisa Shofa Tsuraya; Rikawati; Masykur Rauf
ELTIES : English Language Teaching for EFL Learners Vol 4 No 1 (2022): Volume 4, Number 01, March 2022
Publisher : Universitas islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/elties.v4i1.23797

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This research aimed at finding out the effect of using Dictogloss Technique in improving students’ skills in news writing at the third grade students of MA Modern Tarbiyah Takalar in academic 2020/2021. This research employed a quasi-experimental research design. The population of this research was the third grade students of MA Modern Tarbiyah Takalar which consisted of 39 students. The sample of the research consisted of 36 students which were taken by using total Sampling, 18 students from XII A as control class and 18 students from XII B as experimental class. The instrument in this research was test that was given in pre-test and posttest. The data indicated that there was a significant difference between students’ posttest in experimental class and controlled class. The mean score of post-test (68.27) in experimental class was greater than the mean score of post-test (51.22) in controlled class. The standard deviation of post-test (13.1) in experimental class and(9.7) in controlled class. From t-test, the researcher found that the value of t-test (4.608) was greater than t-table (2.042) at the level of significance 0.05 with degreeof freedom (df) = 34. It proves that the use of Dictogloss technique was effective in improving the students’news writing text of the third grade students of MA Modern Tarbiyah Takalar in academic 2020/2021. Dictogloss gave opportunities for learners to learn as individuals and as a group by critical thinking, Students can sharp their learning autonomy. It happens in the group while the students work together to recreate the text by helping each other with their friends. Dictogloss is also useful for vocabulary acquisition and building students’ writing habits.
Investigating Students’ Eyesights in the Utilization of Platforms in Learning ESP During the Covid-19 Pandemic Multazam Abubakar; Annisa Shofa Tsuraya
SELTICS Vol 4 No 1 (2021) Seltics Journal: Scope of English Language Teaching, Literature and Linguistics Jo
Publisher : Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FKIP Universitas Muslim Maros

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The Covid-19 pandemic suddenly attacked the world and led every sector of life affected, including the education process, which is forced to shift into online mode. All educators are forced to adapt and find a learning platform to utilize in this emergency remote learning. This research uncovers the students' preference of digital platforms in learning ESP during the Covid-19 pandemic, the factors accepting their preference, and their perception of those learning platforms. The design of this study is qualitative. The participants of this study were 112 freshmen of a state university in Makassar who learn English for Specific Purposes (ESP), comprising 95 females and 17 males. The participants were consisted of 3 majors and involved in remote learning for one semester (16 meetings) through WhatsApp, Google Classroom, University LMS, YouTube, and Video Conference (Zoom and Google Meet). In order to collect the data, a questionnaire that consists of close-ended and open-ended questions was distributed to the participants. It is found that the students' preference of digital platform in learning ESP during the Covid-19 pandemic is WhatsApp. The factors affecting students' preference of the platform are demographic and economic constraints. The criteria of the application that is highly preferred by the students were the one which does not drain the internet quota, can still work correctly in which the internet connection is not strong, and can facilitate the interaction between lecturers and students. Finally, this study suggests that no one perfect digital platform can replace face-to-face learning since many things are missing during this online learning. So, to keep it running effectively, the combination of several platforms is required to be utilized.
THE STUDENTS’ ADVERSITIES IN MEMORIZING VOCABULARY Annisa Shofa Tsuraya; Indah Miftah Awaliah; Rezkianti
ELTIES : English Language Teaching for EFL Learners Vol 4 No 2 (2022): Volume 4, Number 02, September 2022
Publisher : Universitas islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/elties.v4i2.32071

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This research aims at finding out the students’ obstacles in memorizing vocabulary due to some factors especially in the aspect of pronunciation and meaning. The researchers investigated the students' difficulties in memorizing vocabulary in one of state universities in Makassar, South Sulawesi. The participant of this study was the third semester students of English Education Department. Qualitative analysis was applied in this research. The researchers collected the data by conducting interviews which then transcribed into a script and documenting several important data that support this research. Based on the data collection, the researcher concludes that the difficulties faced by English students in memorizing vocabulary are; 1) difficulty in utterance 2) difficulty in differentiating the meaning of the words 3) pronunciation problem of the different meaning words but have similar sounds 4) learning words that are not suitable to their needs. Using the dictionary, expressions, and gestures that will help them to boost the vocabulary up easily.
STUDENTS’ LEARNING STYLES IN LEARNING TRANSACTIONAL SPEAKING SKILLS Nur Aliyah Nur; Annisa Shofa Tsuraya; Nurul Parah
ETERNAL (English, Teaching, Learning and Research Journal) Vol 8 No 02 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/Eternal.V82.2022.A5

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The diverse backgrounds of students in learning English lead to a great challenge to the teacher to accommodate different types of students’ learning styles. This research aims to identify the students’ learning styles in learning transactional speaking skills in the fourth semester students of English Education Department, UIN Alauddin Makassar. The method used in this research was the descriptive qualitative research method. The instrument used to gather the data were questionnaires and interview guidelines. The results showed that the students like to learn transactional speaking skills by watching videos or films, pictures or posters, talking to their friends, practicing their English outside, and making conversations with their friends. Besides, some students like studying alone, reading books in a foreign language, working problems set by the teacher, memorizing conversations or dialogue, and writing in a notebook. Based on the categorization of the learning styles as concrete, analytical, communicative, and authority-oriented learners, the researchers found that the dominant learning styles were concrete learners. Based on the findings, the researchers recommend that it is essential for the lecturers to implement learning and teaching methods that are appropriate to students’ learning styles when teaching transactional speaking skills in the classroom. In addition, the students are expected to be able to develop their transactional speaking skills by understanding their individual learning styles for better learning and teaching process.