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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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THE ENGLISH LEARNING ASSISTANCE BY PARENTS OF ELITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN YOGYAKARTA Dinar Martia Azizah
JELLT (Journal of English Language and Language Teaching) Vol 6 No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.12190

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Although previous research has revealed that parental learning assistance can support children's English language skills, only a few of these studies have been conducted in Indonesia. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to describe (1) the motivation of parents in introducing English from an early age, and (2) the manifestation of assistance in learning English by parents. This research is a case study conducted in an elite elementary school in Yogyakarta where the students have good speaking skills and achievements in English competitions. Data were collected by using an open questionnaire given to 60 parents of grade III-VI, then it was analyzed through data condensation, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that parents introduced English from an early age because of the belief that the younger a person learns the language, the easier it is to master and the hope that mastering English can support children's education and careers in the future. The manifestation of assistance in learning English is carried out to develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Keywords: learning assistance, parents, English, elite elementary school
The Effect of Online Learning Using Quizizz Application to Improve English Reading Skills of Higher Education Students Candra Hadi Asmara; Ribeh Najib Muhammad; Qothrunnada Almubarokah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.11964

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In this current era of technology, the use of online-based learning media that suits the needs of students can improve their learning skills, so teachers need to know the media criteria that must be applied to attract students' learning interests and those materials can be well received by students. Quizizz is one of those quiz-shaped and 4.0-based apps which is already popular among higher education. Quizizz can be used to train reading skills, especially students in English because in the application many features allow students to enhance their reading interest. The purpose of this study is that researchers will identify the influence of the Quizizz application on students' reading ability. The method used in this study was experimental. The instrument used is a test sheet. For data collection techniques conducted is to conduct a pre-test at the beginning of learning and a post-test at the end of learning, so that it can be seen the influence of the application of Quizizz application, in this case, improve students' English reading skills.
TPACK in Practice: EFL Pre-service Teachers on Integrating Technology during Online Teaching in Thailand Adelina Ayu Lestari; Slamet Asari
JELLT (Journal of English Language and Language Teaching) Vol 6 No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.11999

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Before the COVID-19 Pandemic, teaching activities were usually done directly at school, now it had to be done virtually. It also impacts teachers and students, who must use technology during learning activities to get maximum results. Likewise, pre-service teachers who carry out teaching activities in Thailand must choose the appropriate technology for them as a learning medium. Therefore, this study explores how EFL pre-service teachers integrate technology for online learning activities and their views on students when integrating technology during teaching-learning activities. The qualitative case study was used in this research, using observation, interviews, and document analysis as the instrument to collect data. Two students in the 5th semester from the English department participated in an internship held from June to March 2021. The results are participants have recognized and used various kinds of technology that are usually used in learning activities. The use of videos, and PowerPoint are the most frequently used by participants because of the ease of use, which impact students’ understanding positively on the material being taught and become more active in class. Moreover, the various technologies used in teaching and learning activities can make it easier for teachers to find and deliver learning materials.
Adopting Literature Circle to Guide Work Undergraduate Students in Extensive Reading Program: Lessons Learned from Initial Teacher Education Natalia Anggrarini; Kardi Nurhadi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.12036

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Albeit many works provide insight into EFL's extensive reading programs, relatively few studies investigate adopting literature circles in the extensive program. To fill this void, this phenomenological case study reports on the adoption of literature circle as the instructional procedure in an extensive program in Indonesian teacher education. Thirty-one undergraduate students in the cohort, four students, were recruited as participants voluntarily. Data are derived from classroom observation, focus group discussion, and interviews. Findings revealed that the literature circle enables students to engage in online discussion actively. Pedagogically, this study implied that the literature circle could be adopted as instructional scaffolding in an extensive reading program situated in an EFL classroom. This study implies the teacher educator to provide fruitful feedback to motivate students after discussing it. Practically, undergraduate students are encouraged to practice navigating skills in exploring a wide range of texts for extensive practice in EFL text.
Gender-based Differences in Performing Refusal Strategies among Indonesian Intermediate EFL Learners Dhafid Wahyu Utomo; Novela Francisca Karuniawati; Yusti Fargianti; Ezis Japar Sidik
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.12051

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In this study, 30 male and 30 female Indonesian intermediate EFL learners were investigated to find out the gender differences in performing refusal strategy and the effect of interlocutor status on refusal strategy performed by the selected participants. A qualitative approach was employed in this study by using a Discourse Completion Test (DCT) with 12 scenarios. The data were analyzed into the refusal taxonomy proposed by Beebe et al. (1990). The results showed that the indirect strategy become the most frequently used strategy performed by male and female students. However, the female students have used a variety of indirect strategies slightly greater than did the male students. Moreover, the interlocutor status also affected a similar effect on the refusal strategy performed by the participants. Therefore, there is no significant difference in refusals between male and female students, and the results reveal that EFL students prefer to refuse respectfully to avoid offending others. The researchers proposed that future studies use not only DCT but also other instruments in collecting data in order to acquire complete data to explore pragmatic competency.
Learning Writing Experience: A Comparative Study Between Offline and Online Writing Learning in Junior High School M. Syahrul Afandi; Slamet Asari
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.12084

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Many researchers have conducted research on online learning systems, but in Indonesia, online learning experiences occur more during the COVID-19 pandemic, including junior high school students. Students switch from learning writing in the classroom to distance learning (online). This resulted in students undergoing two different experiences in learning to write EFL. Seeing this, the authorsried to conduct research on the comparison of student satisfaction in learning writing between offline and online classes. The subjects of this study were 40 students of 8th-grade junior high school from UPT SMP Negeri 32 Gresik. The method was a mixed method using questionnaires and interviews. The results indicated that there were valid differences between offline and online students' writing learning satisfaction. From the independent sample T-Test, it is stated that the value of sig. tailed 2 is 0.000 <0.05, which means that the results were proved to be valid and showed a satisfaction score difference between learning writing in offline and online classes. The authors also describe the findings of the comparison into the following three factors, namely instructor-related factor, learner-related factor, and learning environment-related factor. The conclusion obtained is that students prefer to learn writing in offline classes, but the experience gained from learning writing online is very good and has its own satisfaction value.
Correlation of Attitudes and Perceptions in Intermediate Reading Class Students, University of Muhammadiyah Palembang Asti Gumartifa; Dita Adawiyah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.12151

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The enthusiasm toward reading happens as a result of good reading attitude is known as the attitude of reading. Students' reading attitudes are strongly related to their ability to be achieved by practice. The purpose of this study was to find out the correlations between students’ attitude and perception of reading in intermediate reading class. The participants were twenty-three students in the second semester of English study program, University of Muhammadiyah Palembang. The sample was taken by using purposive sampling of the even semester class in the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education. Coefficient correlation was adopted in this study. It is also intended to see if there any significant correlation between reading habits and reading perception of intermediate reading class students. The data was acquired through the use of Elementary Reading Attitude Survey (ERAS) that was established by McKenna and Kear (1990) in order to measure students’ reading attitude. An informal interview was also conducted by the researcher to acquire additional information about students' perceptions to reading. The results of this study revealed that there is moderate correlation between students' attitudes and perceptions of reading with the correlation value are 0.48. Thus, students must keep practicing and improving reading comprehension.
UNDERGRADUTE STUDENTS’ ERROR IN USING MORPHOLOGY IN WRITING RECOUNT TEXT Yulia Agustina; M. Adib Nazri
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.11697

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Morphological errors occur when students made morphological aspect of grammar misinformed. The aims of the research to describe the morphological errors and to know the factors that affect students in their writing skill. This research employed descriptive qualitative method. The data was taken from 25 students asked the undergraduate students of the first semester of English Department Hamzanwadi University in making recount text based on their holiday experience and interviewed students to know their difficulties in it. In analyzing the data, the researchers used: identification error, classification error, and explanation error. The findings showed that the most students who made errors in inflectional morpheme consisting 18 (72%) students. It happened because they don’t realize in describing event happening in the past, the text should be in past tense. The second, 13 (52%) students did errors in free morpheme, it occurred because the first language structure is not like the target language, so students forgot to apply the auxiliaries in past form. Next, 6 (24%) students who made errors in compounding because teacher’s style in teaching English. The last, derivational errors made by 5 (20%) students. Based on interview result, they got difficulties in comprehending the structure target language its self and lectures’ teaching style was aspect why students still confuse in comprehending the materials. Hence, to solve these problems te students have to build writing habit in order they familiar with the morphological aspects then flow into the their writing.
PERSEPSI SISWA DALAM MEMPELAJARI KOSA KATA BAHASA INGGRIS MELALUI GAME HANGAROO Shofiyatul Najah; Yudhi Arifani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.11746

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Vocabulary learning for second and foreign language students is essential and needs attention during English language learning. That is because vocabulary is needed to master other English skills and communicate effectively in and outside the classroom. However, many elementary school students still lack vocabulary because they do not fit with the teaching method used. This study focuses on investigating the student perceptions of the implementation of the Hangaroo game in learning English vocabulary. The participant in this study is five students from elementary school in Thailand. The interview and observation were used to gather information and explanations regarding the student perceptions of learning English vocabulary through the Hangaroo game. For classification and summary purposes, a thematic analysis will be used to analyze the data in this research. The results showed that most students express their positive perception of vocabulary learning using the Hangaroo game. Accordingly, this research recommends that English teachers use the Hangaroo game to teach English vocabulary to students in the classroom.
A LEARNING STRATEGY AND SCENARIO OF READING FOR PROFESSIONAL CONTEXT ONLINE CLASS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Strategi dan Skenario Pembelajaran pada kelas Reading for Professional Context Secara Online Pada Masa Pandemi Covid-19 Afria Dian Prastanti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36597/jellt.v6i1.11923

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Online learning is considered as the right solution for education during the Covid-19 pandemic. However, in practice, there are still many obstacles faced by students and lecturers while carrying out this learning. Based on this urgency, learning strategies and scenarios are needed to be adjusted to implement more effective learning. This research aims to describe an effective learning strategy and scenario for Reading for Professional Context class of the English Department, Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa. This is descriptive qualitative research. Data were taken from questionnaires, interviews, and the syllabus of the course. The results of this study recommended the lecture process to use first -half second-half strategy. It used the Google Meet online meeting application for the learning process with the question-and-answer lecture method. Then it was proceeded using the WhatsApp application to reduce internet quota costs. Through this application, students and lecturers could continue discussions in written chat and small group discussions using WhatsApp video calls. Through small group discussions on the video call application, students got sufficient opportunities to convey their understanding of the reading material. The results of this study are expected to be a solution to the problems that arise in Reading for Professional Context during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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