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Journal of English Education
ISSN : 25029207     EISSN : 25026909     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
Journal of English Education (JEE) is an Open Access Journal and is oriented to the regular publishing of research in the areas of English Education. This Journal aims to publish research results that are strictly processed in a Double-Blind Peer Review that applies an Open Journal System (OJS). This aims to conceal both Author and Reviewer's identity throughout the review process. The journal strictly emphasizes credible and accountable research results. The research areas must, of course, indicate a credible result as it is ethically conducted in a scientific procedure. The areas include Education, Teaching & Learning EFL, Teachers Training, English Language, Literary, Classroom Action Research, and Linguistics & Applied Linguistics. All research design is acceptable except a Pre-experimental Design due to the lack of quantitative analysis.
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REALIZATION PRINCIPLE OF POLITENESS IN INTERNET DISCUSSION AMONG THREE HINDUS OF INDONESIAN DISCUSSION GROUP Wayan Pageyasa
Journal of English Education Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JEE
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This study aims to gain a deep understanding of the realization of the principle of politeness in internet discussion in three Indonesian Hindu discussion group. Realization of politeness principle consists of compliance and violations. The research paradigm was qualitative. The method used was the pragmatic content analysis and inductive procedures. The research data was in the form of quotations dialogue in internet discussion that contains the realization of the principles of politeness. The data was obtained from the written record dialog in Internet discussion in three Hindu Indonesia group discussions. The results showed that in general the principle of politeness tends to be obeyed. It means that those involved in internet discussion in three Indonesian Hindu discussion group were generally considered polite in speaking.
THE USE OF STORY MAP IN IMPROVING THE YEAR FOUR PUPILS’ ABILITY IN READING COMPREHENSION Kee Li Li; Ngo Pei Wen
Journal of English Education Vol 2, No 1 (2017): JEE
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This is an action research on improving reading comprehension through story map among Year 4 pupils in one of the primary schools in Malaysia. My pupils were unable to answer WH-questions of the narrative texts. The research aimed to use story map to improve pupils’ reading comprehension and improve my teaching practices in reading comprehension. I am the researcher with 24 pupils, 12 males and 12 females. I utilized three data collection methods: pre-reading comprehension test and post-reading comprehension test, pupils’ work and teacher’s reflective journal. I introduced story map through demonstration. Then the participants completed the story through literary elements identification based on the narrative texts. Findings showed that story map helped to improve pupils’ reading comprehension by identifying literary elements and relating the literary elements with the comprehension questions. The story map gave positive impact to reading comprehension. The research has impacted the teaching and learning environment, pupils’ learning, and my teaching practices. I found out that story map was a useful method in attracting pupils’ attention and teaching literary elements. Furthermore, I was developed to be a reflective teacher in terms of strengths and weaknesses of the teaching and learning process. Story map can be an effective tool in improving reading comprehension among pupils. In addition, a more interactive story map which incorporates Information and Communication Technology (ICT) may also be employed in further research.
RELIGIOUS VALUES BASED ON SPACE AND TIME IN COSMOLOGY PERSPECTIVE TO THE VERSE OF BADONG IN A FUNERAL CEREMONY OF TORAJANESE Z. Zakaria
Journal of English Education Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JEE
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Ritual of badong is held in funeral ceremony of rambu solo in traditional belief of aluk to dolo/alukta in Toraja’s society, it was song and dance without music, and symbolic, verse of badong shown religious values of aluk to dolo/alukta. In data analysis, the study used descriptive qualitative and cosmology perspective in approaching the analysis. The aim of this study is want to know the relationship between being of universe and religious spirit of aluk to dolo/alukta which is stated in verse of badong in cosmology perspective. The result of the study is to find out the relationship between religious spirit of aluk to dolo/alukta in verse of badong and the space and time in orderliness of cosmos. They believed that after the death process, souls of the body will have a journey to reach a new place named puya, and the meaning of the death in belief of aluk to dolo/alukta is a way or transform the souls of the body from old world to the new world, puya is a village of soul of to dolo/tomembali puang (ancestors) authorized by Pong Lalondong, and puya in cosmology perspective was being at the west point of the earth.
INFORMATIVE TEXT TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH TO INDONESIAN Lina Anisah
Journal of English Education Vol 1, No 1 (2016): JEE
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The purpose of this study is to obtain an overall picture of the translation of informative text from English to Indonesian. The translation is then measured in terms of translation.This study used a qualitative approach using content analysis method. Object of this study is informative text from English to Indonesian translated by the fifth semester English students of University of Borobudur. The translation then is analyzed based on four sub-focus, which are equivalence, strategy, errors, and the factors that cause errors in translationIn the translation process that is done by the students found the equivalence translation is widely used by the students, and the translation strategies are also widely used by the students. However, there are also many errors in their translation. So the researchers also analyzed the factors that cause the errors. Therefore, students need to be taught translation learning in order to produce good quality translations. Not only can generate good translation of informative text, but also a variety of other texts
DIFFICULTY FACTORS IN THE ACQUISITION OF MODIFIER VERBAL VOCABULARY OF JAPANESE LITERARY STUDY PROGRAM STUDENTS OF SEMESTER IV I. Imelda
Journal of English Education Vol 2, No 1 (2017): JEE
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This study was conducted to identify and describe the difficulty in acquiring the vocabulary of Japanese verbs modifier, found in a matter of grammar training courses. This study used a quantitative approach and took 20 samples of students at the Japanese language Study Program at semester IV students, Universitas Hasanuddin Makassar. Forms of matter being tested consist of 40 questions categorized matching verb in the sentence. The 10 questions were each verb that functions as a modifier of the object, the subject, and the auxiliary verb and a verb that functions as a condition. Through this study showed that difficulties in acquiring student the vocabulary of verbs modifier due to a lack exercises that contain a variety of the vocabulary and verbs modifier, such verbs changes such as present, past, and forms like Joutai Doushi. It is also caused by the input of vocabulary and verbs use that tend to be static or does not develop only limited vocabulary and verbs that appear between chapters five through chapter 12 only. Students were more fixated on the familiar verbs vocabulary they use. Besides the use of Kanji without Furigana on the verb and the collocation of words also have contributed to the error occurred.
THE APPLICABILITY OF THE ECLECTIC METHOD ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ORAL PRODUCTION Mayra Alejandra Marcillo; Galo Alejandro Palacios
Journal of English Education Vol 2, No 2 (2017): JEE
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Developing our students’ English oral expression in Public Institutions is a process that needs to be carefully analyzed by teachers. It is more than selected a method, it is more than following step by step what a theory says. It is going beyond our students’ needs. It is a deeply study of what a student really can do and needs to learn. Based on a post-method pedagogy which provides teachers the ability to break down barriers to the imposition of a specific method and make the teaching process more effective, this paper proposes the application of the eclectic method for the development of the oral expression of public high school students encouraging teachers to see the teaching process from a different and modern perspective. By analyzing the principles and features of this method, this paper describes the research made on a Public Institution with students in third year. With the goal of improving each one of the principal components of the English oral expression: range, accuracy, fluency, pronunciation and coherence, there were used selected methods, techniques and strategies based upon the students’ learning styles and needs. The observation and Interview techniques were used on data collection and the parameters of Inferential and descriptive statistic were applied in order to analyze the results achieved. They showed that even though not all of the group of the students could achieve the B1 level in reference to the Common European Framework and required by the Ministry of Education, a large number of them were able to increase their English oral expression. According to this data, this paper concludes that the selection of objectives, the modern teacher‘s and student’s role, the use of different but selected methods, the linguistic input activation and the contextualization had a significant impact on learners´ learning.
STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF “ENGLISH FOR NURSING” USED AT KOLAKA NURSING ACADEMY Nasmah Riyani
Journal of English Education Vol 1, No 1 (2016): JEE
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The objectives of this study were: to identify the students’ perception of “English for Nursing” module, to investigate to the extent to which existing syllabus and module have covered those needs, and to select materials that are relevant to students’ needs of English at the same institution. The study adopted a qualitative method and was designed as a survey study. Conducted at the Nursing Academy in Kolaka, the study involved 30 subjects, which were selected through a simple random sampling method. The instruments of the study were questionnaires, interview guidelines, documents, audio-visual materials, and field notes. The result of the study indicate that: the students tended to find the module used by the teacher difficult. Meanwhile, in target situations students are demanded to master certain skills, particularly writing and nursing technical terms, as well as the ability to communicate with others in order to obtain and provide information accurately. In terms of syllabus, the one being used in Nursing Academy does yet not cover an area of nursing itself. It can be concluded that the students’ perception for English in the Nursing Academy include writing and speaking skills needed to support their profession in the future, so, for this reason, it is necessary that the course syllabus and module are made more specific in the nursing area.
THE USE OF THE ECLECTIC METHOD IN AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSROOM FOR LEARNING SPECIFIC SKILLS Julia R. Sevy Biloon
Journal of English Education Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JEE
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The purpose of this article is to demonstrate the need of basing activities, tasks and skill learning in the English language classroom on not just one approach, model or method in order to create a whole diverse learning environment.  This method of teaching and creating engaging English language activities is based on the eclectic approach discussed by Kumar (2013) who states how this method allows the students to have less stress while learning, recognize very clear learning points, and complete multiple tasks while participating in a high interactive class with energetic learning experiences and quick necessary results. It will specifically look at how the use of various approaches, theories and models used in the English language classroom in Ecuador can create an environment that intrinsically allows the learner to be more comfortable, learn faster, and gain more out of a class in a shorter amount of time. This is fundamental because the authors personal experience in high school and university level shows classes tend to have many students (30 or more) and curriculum is created with the intent for students to learn large amounts of information, but is normally not allotted enough vital classroom face to face hours. Using the eclectic approach allows the teacher to better cover the necessary skills, tasks and activities for students to be able to learn, understand and ultimately gain the knowledge quintessential to becoming competent in speaking, reading, writing and listening in English in a large classroom setting in a shorter amount of time.
THE QUALITY OF TEACHER-MADE TEST IN EFL CLASSROOM AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND ITS WASHBACK IN THE LEARNING Desrin Lebagi; S. Sumardi; S. Sudjoko
Journal of English Education Vol 2, No 2 (2017): JEE
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One of essential phases in language learning is measurement. Test as a tool of measurement process must then be well constructed. The quality of test itself can be determined through test item analysis. However, in some occasions, teachers tend to ignore test item analysis because of time limitation and other responsibilities.  Referring to this problem, this research aimed to describe the quality of test items including the difficulty index, the discrimination index, the distractor index, and the reliability of the test and the Washback of teacher-made test on students’ motivation in learning English. It was conducted at Gamaliel Elementary School in academic year of 2016-2017. This case study utilized purposive sampling. In collecting the data, the researcher used interview, observation, and document analysis as the techniques of collecting data. The informants were an English teacher and students of Gamaliel Elementary School. The documents were students’ answer sheets. In analyzing test items, the researchers used ITEMAN program. The result of this study shows that the teacher-made test can be classified in good test. The test brings both positive and negative Washback in students’ motivation in learning. Therefore, it is recommended for the teacher to conduct test analysis as a way of evaluating and improving his teaching and learning and test itself as well as to encourage the students to study even though they are not confronted with a test.
WRITING MATERIAL FOR OFFICE ADMINISTRATION STUDY PROGRAM IN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL: STUDENTS’ NEED ANALYSIS Iga Yolanda; N. Ngadiso; S. Sumardi
Journal of English Education Vol 3, No 2 (2018): JEE
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Vocational High School is course with aim to prepare the students to have specific skills by having practical activities based on its study program. It has the same purpose with English for specific purposes (ESP) course which aims to meet the students’ specific language need. ESP courses help students to use English appropriately as well as accurately to perform their jobs in a various situations where they encounter their English language function. ESP course often begins with the students’ need. Students’ need analysis is needed to be identified to be able to meet the effective learning material based on what the students really need. This study aims to investigate the writing materials needs of eleventh grade students of Office Administration study program in Vocational High School from viewpoints of students. This study used descriptive qualitative analysis with questionnaire and interview method to collect the data. The subjects of the research were eleventh grade of Office Administration students that consisted of 34 students by using purposive sampling. The result indicated that the students have several needs in terms of target needs and learning needs. Target needs are divided into necessities, wants, and lacks. Based on the result of target needs, the students are lack of component of writing skills including express ideas, write with correct organization, use correct grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling, and use appropriate vocabulary based on the context of the text. Thus, the students need and want to learn those components of writing skills. Meanwhile, learning needs are divided into input, procedure, setting, and accessibility. The input is divided into content of materials, activities, and design. The teachers should pay attention more on those aspects to fulfill the students’ need to help them transition successfully to their future careers after graduation.

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