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JELLT (Journal of English Language and Language Teaching)
ISSN : 25796038     EISSN : 25796046     DOI : 10.36597
Core Subject : Education,
JELLT (Journal of English Language and Language Teaching) is a refereed publication devoted to research articles, and reports concerned with the teaching and learning of English, language in education, language planning, language testing, curriculum design and material development, multilingualism and multilingual education, discourse analysis, and translation.
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EXPLORING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF THE BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS IN DISTANCE LEARNING DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC Atikah Wati; Kardi Nurhadi; Rezky Nugraha Tsani
JELLT (Journal of English Language and Language Teaching) Vol 5 No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11418

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This present research focused on exploring undergraduate students’ perception of distance learning in terms of experiences, benefits, and drawbacks (time management, cost, technical difficulties). It was grounded in a qualitative approach with a phenomenological case study design. Three undergraduate students of the 9th semester from the English Education Department in Wiralodra University were recruited to participate in this research. The data were derived from the three-interview series framework that consists of fifteen questions. The interview data were qualitatively analyzed by using inductive phenomenological reduction based on Seidman (2013). This research revealed that undergraduate experience varies, from the struggle with the connection to the limited communication between lecturer-students or student-students. Distance learning also impacts their feeling on how they mean distance learning, which makes the students mostly lazier as the communication is also limited and the policy is none to them who are not attending the class. It is also showed benefits and drawbacks where it is more flexible but unstable. The cost comes to be cheaper, but they still pay the tuition fee even though they did not use the campus facility, and the main technical difficulties lie in which device and apps they used at that moment. Keywords: perception, distance learning, benefits, drawbacks.
STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE USE OF ENGLISH SUBTITLE ON ZOOM DURING ONLINE LEARNING PROCESS Difa Salsa Maulidyah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11419

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced pre-service teachers to implement teaching online for their teaching practice program. There were problems the pre-service teachers faced such as signal problem, difficulties in communicating with students because of the difference of mother tongue, and the students lack in technology skills. The difference of students’ mother tongue with their pre-service teacher also made it difficult for the students to understand the material during the online learning process. In order to overcome the problems, the researcher who also tagged along as the pre-service teacher, applied subtitles on the Zoom application to help students understand the materials during learning English in Banphoem School, Loei, Thailand. This research focused on finding students' perception on the use of English subtitle on Zoom video conference to assist students understand the material during online learning process. The researcher distributed survey questionnaire and conducted interview to the responders. The result of this research showed positive perception where integrating English subtitle on Zoom video conference helped students understand the material explained by pre-service teacher easier. Moreover, the students responded that they also felt enjoy in learning using subtitle because they could also gain new vocabulary and motivate them to learn English more. Keywords: online learning, students’ perception, students’ understanding, subtitle
INCREASING VOCABULARIES TO SUPPORT LANGUAGE SKILLS BY FIFTH SEMESTER STUDENTS OF AKRB YOGYAKARTA Marita Nurharjanti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11420

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This research was to figure out the students’ ways of increasing vocabularies to support language skills of fifth semester students of Radya Binatama Broadcasting Academy Yogyakarta. Class activities were insufficient for each student to learn maximally. This hindrance made some students to be more creative in learning vocabularies to support their language skills of English. The study was categorized as descriptive qualitative research. The writer used documentation, observation, in-depth interview, data triangulation and open-questionnaire methods. To analyze the data, the writer used constant comparative study. The results were as follows: first, the students increased vocabularies through listening from news and interview programs on TV and radio, music and films from their private collections such as CD, DVD, cassette or learning from the family member. Second, they increased vocabularies through reading from text, book, novel, newspaper and film/ song text. Third, they increased vocabularies through speaking by oral repeating from song and film, taking part in debating activities or competitions, making conversation in working place or in the organization, and delivering speech. Fourth, they developed vocabularies from writing via emails, composing story, writing articles and diary. Fifth, in translation, they used both internet because of the time efficiency and also dictionary. Keywords: increasing vocabularies, students, language skills
THE ROLE OF LEARNING STYLES IN STUDENTS’ ENGLISH ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AT MTSN 2 TEMBILAHAN Felci Tria Sauhana; Melda Yeni
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11421

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Abstract The goals of this research are to identify the role of learning styles in the MTsN 2 Tembilahan academic achievement of students in English and also to know whether or not they have some learning styles to absorb and understand lessons. The results of data analysis obtained that visual learning style has no significant effect on students achievement because t test = 1.700 < t table = 1.97519 with a significance level of 0.091. While Audio learning style has an effect on students’ achievement because t test = 6.195 > t table = 1.97519 with a significance level of 0.000. Then, kinesthetic learning style has an effect on student achievement because t count = 3.009 > t table = 1.97519 with a significance level of 0.003 the learning styles. Besides, simultaneously or simultaneously all independent variables affect the independent variables. This is because f table 25.260 is greater than f table = 2.66 with a significance level of 0.000 less than 0.05. It can also be said that the Visual, Audio and Kinesthetic variables have a simultaneous effect on the Students’ English Achievement variable. Keywords: Learning Style, Visual Learning Style, Auditory Learning Style, Kinesthetic Learning Style, Students Achievement
STRATEGIES AND PRAGMATIC EQUIVALENCE OF THE WORD FUCK TRANSLATION IN THE WOLF OF WALL STREET MOVIE Nizar Ibnus
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11422

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The choice of strategy for translating the word fuck in The Wolf of Wall Street movie has its own impact on the equivalence of pragmatic meanings in the target text. This study aims to explain: (1) form, pragmatic function, and translation strategy of the word fuck, and (2) the implication of the word fuck translation strategy on pragmatic equivalence in The Wolf of Wall Street movie. The words of fuck were identified from the both English and Indonesian subtitles. Then, the data were categorized and the implications were investigated. The results indicate that there are 506 words of fuck which are classified into three forms, namely: interjection, emphasizer, and expletive slot filler. The functions conveyed by these taboo words are: catharsis, abusive, and social. These taboo words were translated using omission (72.9%), cultural substitution (15.0%), neutral words (11.5%) and loan word (0.6%). The omission and the neutral word strategy largely eliminated the function of the word fuck, whereas the loan word and cultural substitution strategy were able to maintain the function of the word fuck. However, the very large percentage of use of the omission strategy makes the translation results lose much of its pragmatic function and emotive value. Keywords: Translation strategy, taboo word, pragmatic equivalence, the wolf of wall street movie
AN INVESTIGATION OF MACROLINGUISTIC ERRORS IN INDONESIAN EFL LEARNERS’ ESSAYS Fanisa Fitrianti Putri; Dhafid Wahyu Utomo; Yusti Fargianti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11423

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Abstract This present study tries to investigate macrolinguistic errors and to know the possible causes of the errors committed by Indonesian EFL Learners in their essay writing. This study employed qualitative approach with content analysis method. The data were taken from 40 university students’ essay and interview in one public university located in Banten province. The result of the data analysis reveals that the students commit seven types of error at the discoursal level and two types of error at the pragmatic level. In the discoursal level, the students committed run-on sentences, unawareness of logical relation, poor paragraph development, cohesion problem as well as coherence problem, improper use of discourse markers, and absence of parallel structure. In the pragmatic level, the researchers found miss-selection of lexical item and violation of the cooperative principles. Moreover, the possible causes of the errors included students have lack interest in writing; inadequate grammatical mastery; arranging ideas in a meaningful and logical order; lack of vocabulary and formulating their idea of writing. It is hoped that the result of this study can be the consideration for both the teachers when they design the material, and students to recognize their weaknesses in doing the writing and find the best solution to cope with this problem. Keywords: macrolinguistic error; students’ essay; Indonesia EFL Learners
IDENTIFYING AND OVERCOMING SOME FATIGUE-CAUSING FACTORS EXISTING IN ONLINE READING CLASS OF AMIKOM PURWOKERTO PSDKU YOGYAKARTA DURING COVID-19 QUARANTINE Anita Wijayanti; Yeremia Andi Irawan; Yohanes Bambang Gunawan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11424

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Abstract COVID-19 forced AMIKOM Purwokerto to convert its traditional classes to online learning. During this online learning, problems have started to unravel, and one of them is fatigue, which was confirmatively experienced by 55% students of Reading IV. This study, utilizing a quantitative research method, intended to find the causes of the fatigue and design practicable solutions. Through observations, group interview, and literature reviews, some main factors that caused fatigue were revealed: Zoom fatigue; tasks which were too difficult and numerous; presentation of materials which did not properly comply with the students’ online conditions and unfamiliarity to Google Classroom; eye fatigue (digital eye strain), bad postures during learning, lockdown fatigue, and frustration over signal and internet problems. To overcome the fatigue, the researchers reduced the time for video conferences and created asynchronous short videos for learning, selectively adjusted tasks in terms of number and difficulty, simplified presentations of materials and helped the students to become more familiar with Google Classroom, and addressed the problems from eye strain, bad postures, and lockdown fatigue in the reading materials so the students could solve those problems based on the texts given or find a more viable solution. Those solutions reduced the number of drained students to only 25% and in addition 60% students claimed that the modifications brought a positive impact on their learning. Keywords: fatigue, distance learning, COVID-19, Zoom fatigue
EXPLORING THE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF TRANSLATION ACTIVITY IN POETRY CLASS Gina Larasaty; Indra Yoga Prawiro
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11425

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Abstract Students’ perception of language learning has been an interesting topic for the researcher. The present study aims to investigate the students’ perception of translation activity in the Poetry classroom. The students’ perception was collected through questionnaire. The questionnaires contain 5 items that cover the students’ opinion about translation activity, students’ experience in Translation activity, students’ perception about the usefulness of translation activity, students’ preference about classroom interaction and students’ willingness of course length. Based on the result shows than Students has positive perception relate to Translation activity. They think that translation activity is important to be applied in the poetry classroom and can help them understand the poetry text. Students feel that translation activity is important, that is why they like it when they get assignments and working in group to translate. In Translating, they also prefer to use machine translation. Keywords: Perception, Translation Activity, Poetry Class
EXPLORING TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVE IN USING WHATSAPP APPLICATION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Ida Yulianawati; Natalia Anggrarini
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11426

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Abstract This research aims to report the teachers’ perspectives in using WhatsApp application in English language Teaching. This qualitative research employed case study by distributing the questionnaire and interview to five participants who used the WhatsApp Application in online English teaching and learning. This study reported that the comfortable, the reasonable cost of internet data, and the ease of communicating with the students were the importance of use of WhatsApp. The strengths of this application covered on the easy and practical application to share the information (schedule and time flexibility), the practical medium to explain the material and set the instruction before, during and post activity of teaching and learning English. The limitation of the WhatsApp covered in term of incomplete features in the WhatsApp application that the students have in their phone, some language skills that are not maximally practiced by the students, the rules that cannot be covered by the teachers and students in learning assessment and incautious checking of the students when the rules is missing. Thus, this study implied the cautious attention from the teachers on the planning, implementing and evaluation for the online teaching and learning of English. Keywords: WhatsApp Application, Online Learning, Teachers’ Perspectives
EFL SPEAKING PRACTICE ASSISTED BY ZOOM APPLICATION DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK IN INDONESIA Angela Bayu Pertama Sari; Dwi Iswahyuni
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v5i2.11427

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Abstract A few studies have investigated Zoom application for EFL speaking practice during this covid-19 outbreak. Still, there are minimal studies that compare speaking practice assisted by Zoom with face-to-face speaking practice. Thus, this study aimed to find out students’ preference of face-to-face speaking practice compared with Zoom-assisted speaking practice and the suggestions to meet the ideal speaking practice during the Covid-19 outbreak. The research method employed in this study was descriptive qualitative research in which it used open-ended questionnaires to gather data. The results showed that 61% of the students liked face-to-face speaking practice due to social interaction, the more comfortable atmosphere, practicality (no time constraint and no internet connection issue), and support for self-improvement (improving confidence, getting more knowledge, and easier to understand). Furthermore, some suggestions related to Zoom-assisted speaking practice were to make it shorter, be on time, and give more variation on discussion topics. In summary, face-to-face speaking practice is more preferred than Zoom-assisted speaking practice. Moreover, the suggestions to meet the ideal speaking practice during the covid-19 outbreak include Zoom with some class regulations that can save more internet data and make it more exciting. Keywords: EFL; speaking; Zoom application; Covid-19; pandemic

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