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“Makam” Nasi: Language Interference of a Japanese Young Learner in Indonesia Adnyani, Kadek Eva Krishna; Puspawati, Ni Wayan Nilam; Suwastini, Ni Komang Arie
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.41023

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In acquiring the second language, children will use their first language knowledge as a base in their attempt of using a new language. This phenomenon is called language interference. This study aimed at identifying specific instances of language interference conducted by a bilingual child during her study in an international school. The subject was a 5-year-old Japanese child who was acquiring Indonesian as her second language. This study was a case study using descriptive qualitative research method. Data collection was done through observation, interview and note taking. Furthermore, the data in the form of utterances in Indonesian interfered by Japanese were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the most common type of language interference occurred was phonological interference (16 examples), followed by lexical error (4 words) and grammatical error (5 sentences). In short, in this case, Japanese phonological interference with Indonesian pronunciation occurred more frequently than lexical error and grammatical error.
Evaluation of the Online Mode-Based the Candidate of Headmaster Training Program by Using the Kirkpatrick Evaluation Model Waruwu, Marinu
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.35482

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Educational institutions must have creative innovation so that education management continues to run optimally. One of the innovations is the online model-based training of school principal candidates. The objective of this study is to analyze the Effectiveness of the Online Mode-Based Principal Training Program Using the Kirkpatrick Evaluation Model. The training evaluation using the Kirkpatrick model used 4 (four) levels, they were 1) reaction; 2) learning; 3) behavior; 4) results. The research method used was a combination (mixed method). The sample of this research was the training participants of prospective principals, totaling 12 people. Data collection techniques included questionnaires, interviews, observations, and documentation studies. The data analysis technique was carried out by quantitative descriptive and equipped with qualitative analysis based on the results of interviews, observations, and documentation studies. The results show that the success rate of training for prospective principals at all levels is in a good category. The success rate at each level is as follows: 1) evaluation of the participant's reaction level is in the good category level; 2) evaluation of learning level is in good category level; 3) evaluation of behavior level is in good category level; 4) evaluation results are in the good category level, in other words, training has an impact on school development. The results of this study are used as material for evaluating the effectiveness of training for prospective principals and as input for the development of community service programs in the future.
Implementation of Cognitive Theory in Developing Measurement Learning Multimedia for Deaf Students Suarsana, I Made; Sudatha, I Gde Wawan; Mahayukti, Gusti Ayu; Suandana, I Wayan Edy Ari; Suharta, I Gusti Putu
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.38700

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The implementation of cognitive theory in multimedia development for deaf students (students with visual channels only) would be re-examined for its effectiveness. This study aimed to develop mathematics-learning multimedia based on cognitive theory for deaf students on "measurement". This development study adopted the 4D (define, design, develop, disseminate) study design. This study focused on determining the media feasibility based on expert validation, practicality trials, and effectiveness in the first year. The subjects of this study were 4 experts (content expert, learning design expert, media expert, and linguist), 2 teachers, and 7 students. The media feasibility data were collected with validation sheets, questionnaires, and tests. Furthermore, the data were analyzed using descriptive statistics. Based on the results, the feasibility level based on material experts, media experts, learning design experts, and linguists were 93.3%, 96.7%, 90%, and 93.3%, so it could be said that the developed multimedia met validity criteria. Based totally on the consequences, the multimedia practicality test for teachers and students were 95% and 93% respectively so that it could be said that multimedia met the practical criteria and the average percentage of student material mastery was 80.1% with passing grade of 71.4% so it could be said that multimedia met the effective criteria. Since the multimedia met the valid, practical, and effective criteria, it could be said that multimedia is feasible for learning.
Students' Perceptions of the Physics-Mathematical E-Module on Partial Differential Material Based on Gender Astalini, Astalini; Darmaji, Darmaji; Kurniawan, Dwi Agus; Wulandari, Mashelin
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.35338

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Some obstacles in teaching and learning activities could be seen in the lack of teaching materials that students could easily understand. This is because the main books used are books in English as a whole. Therefore, the researcher developed an electronic book, namely the e-module of mathematical physics I on partial differential material created using 3D Page Flip Professional application. The type of research used is a comparative type of quantitative research. The population in this study were students of Physics education class 2019 with a sample of 80 regular classes A and B. The sampling technique used is simple random sampling. The data were analysed by descriptive and inferential statistics using IBM SPSS Statistic 25 application consisting of descriptive test, normality test, homogeneity test, and t-test. In the assumption test, the data is normally distributed and homogeneous so that a t-test can be performed. The t-test obtained a sig value of 0,043 for gender differences in class A and 0,010 for gender differences in class B. Therefore, it can be concluded that Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted, meaning that there are significant (significant) differences in perceptions based on gender in each class A and B. Meanwhile, the perception of female students is higher than the perception of male students, but overall students gave a good perception of the mathematics physics e-module on partial differential material.
The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the Online Learning Process of Students in Junior High School Kamaruddin, Kamaruddin; Patimbangi, Andi; Ismail, Ismail; Armita, Devi
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.40900

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Online learning is one of the best solutions in the world of education to suppress the spread of the Covid-19 virus in the world of education, it's just that the implementation of online learning is not fully able to run optimally and causes various kinds of impacts in the learning process, including learning for junior high school students. This study aims to analyze the impacts felt by junior high school students in the online learning process during the covid-19 pandemic. This research is a type of descriptive research using a library research model. The subjects in this study were articles and news related to the research topic, so the data collection technique used was to carry out a documentation study which was then analyzed using qualitative descriptive data analysis using 4 stages of analysis, namely data collection, data reduction, data display and, conclusion. The results in this study indicate that the impact of online learning during the pandemic is student learning, experiencing interference in assessments, cancellation of assessments, opportunities to get jobs after graduating from education, cancellation of public assessments for qualifications in job selection. So it can be concluded that there are various kinds of impacts that arise as a result of the online learning process, where negative impacts should be immediately sought to solve problems so that these impacts do not spread to other components of education.
The Analysis of Grammatical Errors in University Students’ Essays Ramendra, Dewa Putu; Juniarta, Putu Adi Krisna; Putrayasa, Ida Bagus
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.40951

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This study aims to identify and analyze grammatical errors in student essays. In this case, every student's grammatical error consisting of errors in the use of diction, syntactic structure and meaning were identified and described in detail within the framework of the correct grammatical rules. This research was conducted using a qualitative descriptive method because the data collected was in the form of language use, especially grammatical errors. The subject of this research is English Education Study Program students who joined essay writing courses. Meanwhile, the object of research was grammatical errors in student essays. The data were collected through the collection of student essays obtained from the end-of-semester test and interview guide. The percentage of grammatical errors made by students in their essays in sequence were as follows; fragments: 280 (17.5%), runs on: 235 (14.7%), verb forms and verb tense: 225 (14.1%), passive: 220 (13.8%), linking verb deletion: 160 (10 %), plural disagreement: 120 (7.5%), unclear reference: 115 (7.2%), proposition misuse 89: (5.6%), subject-verb disagreement: 80 (5%), and parallelism: 74 (4.6%). Grammatical errors that needed to be considered more seriously were parallelism and passivity, which, although they look low in percentage terms, for they were rarely used in student essays; but when both forms were present, the grammatical construction tended to be wrong. In addition, both forms were also difficult to understand, compared to other types of errors that could be learned quickly
On-Task and Off-Task Self-Assessment: Which Works Better on Young Learners’ Writing Performance? Dewi, Ni Luh Putu Eka Sulistia; Trisna, I Nyoman Pradnyana Bayu
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.40895

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The implementation of self-assessment might contribute to the young learners’ English proficiency and affective domain. Yet, there is still limited findings found for the effect on young learners’ writing performance. This experimental study investigated the effect of on-task and off-task self-assessment on young learners of English as a foreign language in Bali, Indonesia. 46 sixth graders participated in this study were required to do self-assessment in completing their writing prompt. A self-assessment checklist was used as the instrument. The on-task self-assessment group applies the self-assessment checklist at every stage of their writing process, namely pre-writing, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing.  On the other hand, the off-task self-assessment group uses the self-assessment checklist before they start the writing process. Using independent samples t-test for hypothesis testing, it was found that there is no significant difference in both groups’ writing performance since the real probability that is due to sampling error is .194 which is bigger than the significance level of .05. Therefore, self-assessment could be implemented in on-task and off-task since it brings similar effect to the young learners’ writing performance.
Teaching English Amidst Covid19 Pandemic: A Cross-level Educators’ Perception Octavia, Sonia; Dwiyanto, Agus; Noviarita, Heni
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.37930

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The impact of the corona virus makes it difficult for teachers and students to adjust learning. The purpose of this study is to analyze as well to investigate the phenomenon of teaching English online amidst the re-emerging pandemic situation forcing the teaching learning process to be re-implemented online. The subjects were 10 cross-level English teachers situated in Java and Sumatra. Qualitative approach utilizing semi-structured interview method in obtaining the necessary data was chosen as the best method and approach in the study. The participants mainly agreed with the online learning system, though they faced challenges like limited subsidiary quotas, students' poor conditions, students' misbehavior and lack of better equipments. Besides various approaches and solutions in facing the challenges, it was also known that writing was considered the most challenging to teach among the four basic skills. The implication of this study endeavor the insights on tackling down the challenges of teaching amidst a pandemic. Synergy among so many elements like cross-level teachers, students, parents and policy makers was badly demanded to make the progress of online learning comes to betterment.
Difficulties of Implementing Online Learning in Kindergarten During the Covid-19 Pandemic Outbreak: Teacher's Perspective Review Safrizal, Safrizal; Yulia, Resti; Suryana, Dadan
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.34974

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Policies related to changing face-to-face learning to online learning have become a tough job for education practitioners, especially Kindergarten teachers. This is what triggers various polemics in the world of education, especially at the kindergarten level. Problems related to online learning are not only about hardware but also the various skills of teachers in presenting learning videos. This study aims to expose various difficulties, causal factors, and the readiness of kindergarten teachers to carry out online learning. The research method used is descriptive quantitative, with the selection of samples selected through the quota sampling technique. The research instrument used in this study was a form that was sent via a google form link. Analysis of the data used in this study is quantitative descriptive statistics with percentage techniques. The results showed that the difficulty of implementing online learning in Kindergarten 40% of respondents stated that the difficulty of implementing online learning lies in the difficulty of collaborating with parents in helping learning from home, 20% stated difficulties in assessing child development, while 16% stated time effectiveness less learning. Meanwhile, the contributing factors were 40% stated that their parents were busy due to work, 32% stated that the learning support facilities were limited, and 12% stated that the learning objectives were not achieved. Can be concluded that the difficulty of online learning is caused by the coordination of teachers and parents who have different activities, so there is a lack of synergy in assisting children when carrying out online learning.
Reflective Journal Writing: Writing Processes Applied by Skilful and Less Skilful EFL Graduate Students Arifin, S.
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v54i3.40133

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Reflective writing (RW) is one of the most common writing activities adopted by higher education students. However, some still struggle with this writing technique. Therefore, this study aims to analyze the appropriate process/sub-process used by skilled and less skilled EFL graduate students in doing Reflective writing. Data were collected from 2 (two) post-graduate students through think-aloud, observation, retrospective, and semi-structured interviews. The instrument used to collect data is a questionnaire. The data analysis technique used is descriptive qualitative and quantitative analysis. The result of the research is some students have difficulty in reflective writing. A helpful solution is to encourage students to practice writing in various contexts under different environments and receive ongoing training supported by the teacher. The importance of integrating a focus on effective writing processes/sub-processes in academic writing and encouraging students to practice Reflective essays in various contexts by reading extensively while writing reflections. In addition, when the reflection writing task is carried out regularly, it helps students to have adequate knowledge of essential concepts and critically understand them.

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