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English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings
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English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) proceedings are the proceedings of an annual international conference named the English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC). The proceedings publish scientific articles in the following fields - language teaching, - linguistics, - literature, - translatio
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ERROR ANALYSIS ON STUDENTS RECOUNT COMPOSITION Dwi Ilmiani; Riawan Dwi Solichin; Indrato Indrato
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Errors are considered by many learners to be an integral part of the teaching – learning process. The writing errors of English are considered to be significant and beneficial since they can be used to identify the pedagogical problems so as to come up with some suggestions that can help both teacher and students. The purpose of the present study was to examine errors of recount composition. The study mainly focused on four types of error (James 1998: 94-112). The method used in this research is descriptive method. To achieve these objectives, frequencies, percentages and means of errors were calculated and tabulated. The data was taken from 50 students and it was taken by asking the learners to make the English recount composition. The results revealed that the most frequent error type was misformation (35.25%) and omission (28.96%).
THE IMPACT OF INTERNET APPLICATION AS RESOURCE OF LEARNING ON STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENCE LEARNING Budiyani, Wahyu; Sujarwo, Sujarwo
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The purpose of this study is to (1) find out how the availability of the internet application in schools as resource of learning. (2) The effect of internet availability on students' independence learning in English lesson. The population in this study were eighth grade students of SMP N 9 Yogyakarta in 2019 as many as 36 students. Samples were taken with saturated techniques. This study used quantitative method with ex post facto research types. Data collection was carried out by interview techniques and questionnaires as data on the availability of the internet in schools as learning resources and the impact of the availability of the internet on students' independence learning in English lesson. Analysis of the data used Likert scale or called scale five. The results of this study indicate that: (1) the availability of the internet at school as a learning resource is good enough in its use and management. (2) There is a positive impact on the availability of the internet in the school as a learning resource for students' independence learning in English lesson.
FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENTS’ DIFFICULTIES IN WRITING THESIS: A MIXED-METHODS RESEARCH AT EIGHTH SEMESTER OF ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM IN IAIN CURUP Puspita, Cyntia
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The research describes about the factors that affect students’ difficulties in writing thesis at English Study Program of IAIN Curup. The objectives of this research are to find the students’ difficulties in writing thesis. In this study, the researcher used mixed-methods study. The population and the subject of this research were consisted of all students at TBI, which are the total number 49 students. In this study, the researcher took total sampling and the instrument used are questionnaire and interview. The questionnaire is also used to find the students’ difficulties in writing thesis and the interview was used to find the factors that affect students’ difficulties in writing thesis. The data showed significant finding (1) there are 82% or 40 students have difficulties in personality factors. (2) There are 83% or 41 students have difficulties in sociocultural factors. (3) There are 86% or 42 students have difficulties in linguistic factors. From the three factors, it is concluded that linguistic factor is the highest difficulties face by English students. The interview result showed that the first factor is personality factors. They were lack of confidence in deciding the thesis topic and in writing a proper literature review. The second, Sociocultural factors that covered in have an understanding about the culture department of the university regarding the format of thesis writing. Finally, the third factor is linguistic factors. They were difficult in paraphrasing sentences from the source to the thesis writing.
STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARD PHONETIC NOTATION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING: A DESCRIPTIVE QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH OF SEVENTH AND FIFTH SEMESTER STUDENT AT ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDY OF IAIN CURUP ACADEMIC YEAR 2017/2018 Indri Febriana; Sakut Anshori; Henny Septia Utami
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The objective of this research was to know how the student perception toward phonetic notation in English Foreign Language Learning is. The population of this research encompassed all of fifth and seventh semester students of English Study Program in IAIN Curup. The total of the student was 91 students. From the population the researcher took all of the student as the sample of the research because they have learned pronounciation practice and phonology. Data were collected through questionare. The collected data were analiyzed by using tabulation and making percentage. The findings arrive at a conclusion that students perception toward advantages, familiarity and usefulness of phonetic notation were positive and student perception toward ease of phonetic notation were negative. The potential advantages that had been gotten by the student were awareness rising, autonomous learning and visual support. The resultsindicate the students aware if they get advantages from phonetic notation and familiar to phonetic notation but get difficulties in pronounce word by using phonetic notation.
PARENTING TRAINING TO BUILD CHILDREN'S CHARACTER THROUGH WEB LEARNING Wartiningsih Wartiningsih; Sugeng Bayu Wahyono
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Character building can be done early in the family. Parents need a special formula in educating children's character in an era of disorder. In the digital age, parents can attend childcare training or courses through web learning. This training is to overcome the limitations of place, time, and costs for parents. The purpose of this paper is to explain as an alternative to building the character of children from families through web learning. The method in this paper uses in-depth literature studies. The results of this study that character development can be started from the family as the first pillar of education. Parents can get knowledge about children's character through web learning.
INTERACTIVE SPEAKING CLASS USING ANIMATED VIDEO Liya Umaroh; Nisa’ul Hafidhoh; Sugiyanto Sugiyanto
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Teaching English has its own challenges, especially teaching collage students who lack enthusiasm in learning English Subject.  Short responses show that they have less attention and do not really interest on the material. Another reason are because English is not their mother tongue but an international language which is not commonly used in their daily conversations. Teaching students with a variety of backgrounds understanding in English will make lecturer have to struggle so that the material can be immediately understood. The various problems  arise during  teaching and learning process including the material itself, the way lecturers teaching in class, teaching methodology, lack of motivation, fear to speak English and  feeling bored with the textbook. To overcome the arising problems that appear in  teaching and learning process some inovation must be carried out considering the technological sophistication has been so rapid. Animated video  were chosen in teaching speaking subjects on the topic “job interview“. The implementation of the study was carried out by an experimental method involving 4 classes, 2 classes as an experimental class and 2 other classes as a control class. Implementation is conducted for one semester. The results obtained that 85% of students are very interested in the material presented, do not feel bored and monotonous, the class is more interactive because it does not seem awkwardly. The results of the tests  included the acquisition of vocabulary, grammar, fluency, and pronunciation. So it can be concluded that the class is more interactive and has improved after it has been applied using Animated Video.
THE USE OF CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION TO RAISE THE MOTIVATION OF ANIMATION DESIGN STUDENTS Digna Sjamsiar
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Choosing good methods or techniques in teaching English is paramount for a language teacher. He/she has to exert efforts to make his/her students enjoy their class and motivated to learn the delivered material. To do so, Content-Based Instruction (CBI) can be one of the techniques to teach English as a foreign language. With its strengths, hopefully, this technique can raise the students’ motivation in learning English. However, the instructor needs to make the environment of learning conducive so that the students feel secured and  motivated to learn the target language. To some degree, Content-Based Instruction may give a room to the instructor to create such a conducive environment. This paper deals with the use of CBI to raise the motivation of Animation Design Study Program students at Yogyakarta Polytechnic of Arts. It will be concerned with the steps of delivering the material, the problems and ways out of applying the technique, the atmosphere when the process of learning was going on, and the impression of the students toward the application of the technique. In a nutshell, CBI could be used as an alternative to raise the students’ motivation in learning English because motivation plays an important role in learning the target language.
PRODUCTION OF RELATIVE CLAUSES BY ENGLISH LEARNERS IN KAMPUNG INGGRIS PARE KEDIRI Wawan Novianto; Suhandano Suhandano
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This study aims to describe relative clauses produced by English Learners in Kampung Inggris Pare Kediri. The description of relative clauses produced is to know the kind of relative clauses English learners can and cannot produce. Data was obtained from learners’ essay in IELTS simulation test part writing. Result says that English Learners can only produce relative clauses which relativize H as subject with 85.7% of percentage, as object with 8.5%, and as adverb with 5.8% of percentage. RCs whose H position is in possessive, object of preposition, and indirect object do not appear in the data. While for relational relative clause, cleft relative clause is also not produced by learners.  Further, error analysis says that the errors learners produce are divided into six types: 1) error in using relativizer, 2) producing unneeded relative clauses, 3) The absence of relative pronouns, 4) Error in using verb in relative clause, and 5) Error in H-V agreement.53.4%
ERRORS IN THE USAGE OF ENGLISH PREPOSITIONS PRODUCED BY COLLEGE STUDENTS IN YOGYAKARTA Esthi Nawangsasi; I Dewa Putu Wijana
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Errors are very natural and even become an important part of learning (Davies, 2000:105). Therefore, there are many scientists who analyze errors to achieve better understanding on how students learn language. Based on the importance of conducting error analysis, this research is developed to analyze errors in the usage of English prepositions as there are still limited number of people who analyze this topic. The data used are utterances produced by third year college students majoring in English. All of the students’ utterances are obtained through interview. The data obtained was then transcribed and analyzed by applying a theory of preposition stated by Collins (1991). The results show that there are 15 prepositions which are used incorrectly in the students’ untterances such as about, among, as, at, because of, by, during, for, from, in, of, on, through, to, and with.
SCHOOLOGY AND ITS CONTRIBUTION IN ENGLISH LEARNING Epata Puji Astuti
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Education in Industrial Revolution 4.0 increases the demand of online learning. In this era almost all aspects of human’s life change into digital.  Education tries to find the alternative of traditional teaching and tries to more engage with digital world. Education needs a tool that can connect teacher and students inside and outside the class, a tool which is more familiar with the student’s life. Schoology is a kind of social networking Learning Management System that offers the easy access for student to connect with their lecturer and vice versa. They can learn the material from lecturer everywhere just by clicking on their mobile phone. The use of Schoology supports not only students but also the teacher in English learning. By the Schoology teacher can create paperless culture in education, give online assignments and online assessments to the students even connect in discussion with other lecture about certain topic.