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ELLITE: Journal of English Language, Literature, and Teaching
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ELLITE Journal is published twice a year in the months of May and November; it presents articles on English language, literature, and teaching. The contents include analyses, studies, research reports, application of theories, material development, and reviews
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Lexical and Contextual Variability of Idiomatic Phrasal Verbs in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Movies Ghofar Romli, Hairus Salikin,
ELLITE Vol 1, No 1 (2016): ELLITE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (79.745 KB) | DOI: 10.32528/ellite.v1i1.158

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The popularity of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (HPDH) as a novel is almost accentuated in the movie version. However, the fascination of watching the movies may be interrupted by the problems arising from the use of some problematic expressions in the original language, especially idiomatic phrasal verbs (IPVs). This paper undergoes some procedures of the analysis starting from the process of data collection, progressing to selection, filtering, and labeling. It extracts PVs in HPDH (97 in HPDH part one and 70 in part two)using linguistic concepts of PV. Later by limiting the PVs under conventional and characteristics modelling function of idioms, IPVs can be identified and served as the primary data. The final phase of the analysis wants to see how lexical interpretation, relying on Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary 8th Edition (OALD 8thed), and Halidayan contextual variability (field, tenor and mode) help classifying and explaining the meanings of the IPVs. Finally it is expected that this paper can offer appropriate logical and contextual interpretations of the IPVs. This way, by watching the HPDH, learners of English can gain better understanding of the movies and, more importantly, better knowledge of IPVs as inseparable part of their competence of EFL.Keywords: HPDH, IPVs, lexical interpretation, contextual variability, contextual interpretations
Lexical and Contextual Variability of Idiomatic Phrasal Verbs in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Movies Hairus Salikin, Ghofar Romli
ELLITE Vol 1, No 1 (2016): ELLITE: May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32528/ellite.v1i1.158

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The popularity of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (HPDH) as a novel is almost accentuated in the movie version. However, the fascination of watching the movies may be interrupted by the problems arising from the use of some problematic expressions in the original language, especially idiomatic phrasal verbs (IPVs). This paper undergoes some procedures of the analysis starting from the process of data collection, progressing to selection, filtering, and labeling. It extracts PVs in HPDH (97 in HPDH part one and 70 in part two)using linguistic concepts of PV. Later by limiting the PVs under conventional and characteristics modelling function of idioms, IPVs can be identified and served as the primary data. The final phase of the analysis wants to see how lexical interpretation, relying on Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary 8th Edition (OALD 8thed), and Halidayan contextual variability (field, tenor and mode) help classifying and explaining the meanings of the IPVs. Finally it is expected that this paper can offer appropriate logical and contextual interpretations of the IPVs. This way, by watching the HPDH, learners of English can gain better understanding of the movies and, more importantly, better knowledge of IPVs as inseparable part of their competence of EFL.Keywords: HPDH, IPVs, lexical interpretation, contextual variability, contextual interpretations
The Barriers of Teaching Speaking English for EFL Learners Nuraini, Kristi
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This research portraits the barriers in teaching speaking for EFL learner. The barriers in teaching speaking English come form two aspects: internal and external factors. Internal factors are native language, age, exposure, innate phonetic ability, identity and language ego, and motivation concern for good speaking English and external factors are teaching speaking English at large class and learners’ autonomy. Each barrier is connected with the available method used in teaching speaking English. The conclusion of this research is teacher must focus on the learners need, the second is teacher applies for environment analysis before conducting teaching speaking English, the last is teacher chooses the suitable method based on the problems that he/she found in his/her teaching speaking English. Several methods that are often used in teaching speaking English are Direct Method, The Silent Way, Community Language Learning, Total Physical Response, and Communicative Language Teaching.Keywords: barriers in teaching speaking, internal factors, external factors
The Barriers of Teaching Speaking English for EFL Learners Kristi Nuraini
ELLITE Vol 1, No 1 (2016): ELLITE: May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32528/ellite.v1i1.159

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This research portraits the barriers in teaching speaking for EFL learner. The barriers in teaching speaking English come form two aspects: internal and external factors. Internal factors are native language, age, exposure, innate phonetic ability, identity and language ego, and motivation concern for good speaking English and external factors are teaching speaking English at large class and learners’ autonomy. Each barrier is connected with the available method used in teaching speaking English. The conclusion of this research is teacher must focus on the learners need, the second is teacher applies for environment analysis before conducting teaching speaking English, the last is teacher chooses the suitable method based on the problems that he/she found in his/her teaching speaking English. Several methods that are often used in teaching speaking English are Direct Method, The Silent Way, Community Language Learning, Total Physical Response, and Communicative Language Teaching.Keywords: barriers in teaching speaking, internal factors, external factors
Vocabulary Acquisition Through Expository Texts Laeli, Anita Fatimatul
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (109.735 KB) | DOI: 10.32528/ellite.v1i1.160

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This paper is based on a study on students’ vocabulary acquisition after reading in the same topic. The aim of this study is to find out the effect of applying Narrow Reading on the students’ vocabulary acquisition. The data were the students’ vocabulary test results which were analyzed to see the progress after five - times treatment. The results reveal that the students’ vocabulary acquisition increased as shown by the improvement of on word knowledge in term of spelling, word meaning, part of speech and word production.Keywords: narrow reading, vocabulary acquisition, incidental learning
Vocabulary Acquisition Through Expository Texts Anita Fatimatul Laeli
ELLITE Vol 1, No 1 (2016): ELLITE: May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32528/ellite.v1i1.160

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This paper is based on a study on students’ vocabulary acquisition after reading in the same topic. The aim of this study is to find out the effect of applying Narrow Reading on the students’ vocabulary acquisition. The data were the students’ vocabulary test results which were analyzed to see the progress after five - times treatment. The results reveal that the students’ vocabulary acquisition increased as shown by the improvement of on word knowledge in term of spelling, word meaning, part of speech and word production.Keywords: narrow reading, vocabulary acquisition, incidental learning
Using Audio Lingual Method to Improve Students Pronunciation Ability of Darul Mahdiah Private School Hikmah Hidayati, Kuni
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This study aims at finding out how the use Audio Lingual Method through Repetition Drill Technique improves Thai students’ pronunciation ability. This is a Classroom Action Research (CAR) conducted in Darul Mahdiah private school Songkhla-Thailand. The subjects of the study are 16 Thai students of class 6/2 at the school. The data were collected from pronunciation tests and analyzed by using percentages analysis. The result of the students’ pronunciation improvement was as follows; in the pre-pronunciation test the students’ pronunciation score was 0% (excellent), 0% (very good), 31.25% (good), 31.25% (low) and 37.5% (failed), in the cycle 1 post test the score was 0% (excellent), 14.29% (very good), 50% (good), 21.42% (low) and 14.29% (failed), and the score of the cycle 2 post test was 6.25% (excellent), 37.5% (very good), 43.75% (good), 12.5% (low) and 0% (failed). This leads to the conclusion that the students’ improved pronunciation was due to the two reasons; first, the students’ pronunciation ability improved through repetition drill since they got used to pronounce words intelligibly as what the teacher modeled.Keywords: audio lingual method, repetition drill, pronunciation, thai students
Using Audio Lingual Method to Improve Students Pronunciation Ability of Darul Mahdiah Private School Kuni Hikmah Hidayati
ELLITE Vol 1, No 1 (2016): ELLITE: May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32528/ellite.v1i1.161

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This study aims at finding out how the use Audio Lingual Method through Repetition Drill Technique improves Thai students’ pronunciation ability. This is a Classroom Action Research (CAR) conducted in Darul Mahdiah private school Songkhla-Thailand. The subjects of the study are 16 Thai students of class 6/2 at the school. The data were collected from pronunciation tests and analyzed by using percentages analysis. The result of the students’ pronunciation improvement was as follows; in the pre-pronunciation test the students’ pronunciation score was 0% (excellent), 0% (very good), 31.25% (good), 31.25% (low) and 37.5% (failed), in the cycle 1 post test the score was 0% (excellent), 14.29% (very good), 50% (good), 21.42% (low) and 14.29% (failed), and the score of the cycle 2 post test was 6.25% (excellent), 37.5% (very good), 43.75% (good), 12.5% (low) and 0% (failed). This leads to the conclusion that the students’ improved pronunciation was due to the two reasons; first, the students’ pronunciation ability improved through repetition drill since they got used to pronounce words intelligibly as what the teacher modeled.Keywords: audio lingual method, repetition drill, pronunciation, thai students
Writing Ability Improvement Through Student Teams Achievement Divisions at Pirayanawin Klonghin Wittaya School Mustika, Nurika
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The aims of this research is to find out how Student Teams-Achievement Divisions (STAD) can improve students’ descriptive writing ability of the third grade students at Pirayanawin Klonghin Wittaya School, Thailand in the 2014/2015 academic year. The design of this research is classroom action research (CAR). The subject of the research is the third grade of Pirayanawin Klonghin Wittaya School in the 2014/2015 academic year that consists of 33 students. The observation used writing test as primary data and observation checklist. STAD improved the students descriptive writing ability in two cycles from the percentage of students scored ≥ 63,was 56.6% in cycle 1 to 80% in cycle 2 and from M= 62.2 in cycle 1 to M= 72 in cycle 2. Based on the research result, it can be concluded that STAD (Student Achievement Divisions) is able to improve students’ descriptive writing ability by having heterogeneous teams in terms of ability and gender that make them easy in generating their ideas and able to have peer tutoring.Keywords: writing ability, STAD (students teams achievement divisions)
Writing Ability Improvement Through Student Teams Achievement Divisions at Pirayanawin Klonghin Wittaya School Nurika Mustika
ELLITE Vol 1, No 1 (2016): ELLITE: May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32528/ellite.v1i1.162

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The aims of this research is to find out how Student Teams-Achievement Divisions (STAD) can improve students’ descriptive writing ability of the third grade students at Pirayanawin Klonghin Wittaya School, Thailand in the 2014/2015 academic year. The design of this research is classroom action research (CAR). The subject of the research is the third grade of Pirayanawin Klonghin Wittaya School in the 2014/2015 academic year that consists of 33 students. The observation used writing test as primary data and observation checklist. STAD improved the students descriptive writing ability in two cycles from the percentage of students scored ≥ 63,was 56.6% in cycle 1 to 80% in cycle 2 and from M= 62.2 in cycle 1 to M= 72 in cycle 2. Based on the research result, it can be concluded that STAD (Student Achievement Divisions) is able to improve students’ descriptive writing ability by having heterogeneous teams in terms of ability and gender that make them easy in generating their ideas and able to have peer tutoring.Keywords: writing ability, STAD (students teams achievement divisions)

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