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Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET)
Published by Universitas Halu Oleo
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Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) is a peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to issues related to foreign and second language teaching/learning and how educational technology can be used to enhance language teaching and learning. Its primary goal is to disseminate scholarly information on issues related to language teaching research. Particular Attention is paid to problems associated with foreign and second language instruction. JLEET publishes articles and book reviews in English. Articles which have a sound theoretical base with a visible practical application which can be generalised will be prioritised. There will be two issues of JLEET a year, appearing in the months of February and August.
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Students’ Self-Efficacy And Technology Acceptance Of Nicenet In Efl Classroom Rezki, Anita; Sailan, Zalili; Alberth, Alberth
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 1 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (733.539 KB) | DOI: 10.33772/jleet.v1i1.6654

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The objective of this study were: to measure students’ Self Efficacy in Nicenet in EFL Classroom, to investigate whether or not there was any difference in terms of technology acceptance and Self-Efficacy between male and female students as well as between students’ having difference experience with Nicenet, to measure students’ technological acceptance of Nicenet in EFL Classroom and to investigate students’ perception about the benefits and the drawbacks of Nicenet. This study adopted a mixed method design which employed both qualitative and quantitative research design. Instruments of the study were questionnaire, interview guideline and relevant documents. The study was conducted at the English Language Education study program, in Halu Oleo Univesity, involving students who had joined and experienced the use of Nicenet in their class. Fifty students participated in this study by filling out a questionnaire and 8 students were interviewed to obtain more information related to their response in questionnaire. Result of the study showed that generally the students could be grouped into two levels of Self-Efficacy; a high level and medium level. Regarding to the second research question, it was discovered that there was no significant differences between male and female as well as between Nicenet experiences. A slightly contradictory result found in the students’ responses to the questionnaire and interview which were set out to seek positive answer to the third research questions. While generally the students expressed their positive acceptance to technology, they gave different information in the interview. As far as the fourth research question was concerned, more benefits and drawbacks of Nicenet had been revealed based on the students’ responses to open-ended questions and interview.
The Effectiveness Of Using Jigsaw Technique To Improve Reading Comprehension Of First Graders Of Smk 4 Kendari In 2015/ 2016 Academic Years Surahmawati, Dahlia; Hanafi, Hilaluddin; Badara, Aris
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 1 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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This study aimed to find whether teaching narrative text by using Jigsaw technique effective for students’ reading comprehension of first graders at SMK 4 Kendari and to describe the students perception about Jigsaw technique. The researcher limited this study on literal and interpretative comprehension. This study was pre experimental design. The population of this study was 97 students (taken from 3 classes of TKJ). Through SPSS 21.0, the researcher gotten the students of TKJ A is the sample of this study. The numbers of sample were 32 students. The instrument of this study was reading test and perception questionnaire. The result of this study showed that Jigsaw technique gave a significant effect on the students reading comprehension at first graders of SMK4 Kendari. It can be seen from the result of SPSS 21.0 (T-Test), it showed the probability value Asymp (Sig. 2 Tailed) was 0.000 < 0.05 ( p ≤ 0.05) and t count was 11.33 > t table (2.039). It means that the second hypothesis (H1) was accepted.
The Future Of Blog In The Efl Writing Classroom Mariani, Mariani; Hanna, Hanna; Sartiah, Sartiah
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 1 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (606.762 KB) | DOI: 10.33772/jleet.v1i1.6660

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Little investigation has been conducted in the field of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) regarding writing experiences through blogs. Drawing upon Vygotsky’s constructivist theory in language learning, this study was set out to investigate the effect utilizing web blog as a teaching media on students’ writing competence. Thirty-one fourth semester students of English Literature study program in the Faculty of Cultural Studies, Halu Oleo University who took Creative Writing subject in the academic year 2015/2016 participated in the research. Data of this research were obtained from students’ results of pre- and post-test, as well as pre-post in-depth interview which was conducted to find out students’ perception towards the use of web blogs in their learning. The research analyzed both quantitative and qualitative data, the former to investigate the extent to which the use of web blog has been effective, and the latter to gauge students’ perceptions of the teaching media under investigation. Two research questions were posed: (1) Is there any significant effect of utilizing web blog on the students’ competence in writing narrative essay? (2) How do students’ perceptions of using blogs influence their experiences in their English writing?. The researcher run a paired sample t-test with 2 tailed t-test using the SPSS 16 to test proposed hypothesis. To reveal students’ perception, descriptive data were transformed into words. Analysis of the data obtained resulted in the followings: pre-test score (M=76.38; SD = 8.77), post-test score (M=86.29; SD=7.78), Df= 30, t-table = 1,697 and t-test = 10.686. Result of paired sample t-test showed that t-test ≥ t-table at sig α ≤ 0.05 or  H₀ was rejected and H₁ was accepted. These results indicated a significant different on students’ writing competence before and after treatment. It can therefore be concluded that utilizing web blog as media for teaching writing is effective not only in improving student’s writing competence, but also in creating positive learning environment
A Correlational Study Between Listening Comprehension And Students’ Listening Preference Purnamasari, Purnamasari; Sailan, Zalili; Sartiah, Sartiah
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 1 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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This study investigated the correlation between listening comprehension and students’ listening preference at the first year of English Study Program of Halu Oleo University. It aimed of finding out the correlation of listening comprehension and listening preference in between and the correlation between listening preference and students’ gender. Samples were 44 students drawn using a random sampling technique. Instrument of the study were multiple choices tests of IELTS and TOEFL consisting of 20 items each of them, which was used to measure students’ listening comprehension, and a questionnaire featuring 14 items to gauge students’ listening preference towards British and American English. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistic and correlation analysis. Results showed that listening comprehension has a positive correlation toward listening preference and there is no correlation between students’ listening preference and their gender because both male and female have high score in TOEFL test and they prefer American to British English. Since the study did not investigating the most influence factor of listening comprehension, the researcher recommended that future researchers to investigate the factor.
The Use of ARIAS Teaching Model to Improve the Reading Comprehension of First Grade Students of SMAN I Poli Polia in 2015/ 2016 Academic Years Nur Indah, Wa Ode Siti; Sidu Marafat, La Ode; Tambunan, Tambunan
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 1 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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This study aims to improve the students reading comprehension, the students activity, and made students have a positive perception about English learning process through ARIAS teaching model to the first grade students of SMAN Poli-Polia I East Kolaka in the academic year of 2015/2016. The design of this study is Classroom Action Research. The steps of this study are planning, conducting action, observation, and reflection. The subjects of the research were 36 students of grade X Mia 3 at SMAN Poli-Polia I East Kolaka. The instruments of this study are the observation sheet, interviews, field notes, reading test and questionnaire. In reference to the actions conducted in two cycles, it is evident that ARIAS teaching model could improve students’ reading comprehension as justified in the following results. First, there is an improvement on students’ activity. Most of students are active in teaching and learning process (70% students actively participate in reading comprehension activities). Second, most students of grade X Mia 3 have positive perception in English learning process Third, there is an improvement on students’ reading comprehension as it is displayed in the increase of the mean score (the result of the cycle II was 75.49 compared to the result of the cycle I was 64.71). In conclusion, ARIAS teaching model could improve the students’ reading comprehension.
The Effect Of Metacognitive Scaffolding Strategy Embedded In Cooperative Learning Model On Students’ Writing Achievement At Grade XI Of SMAN 4 Kendari Puspita Ayu M., Anugrah; Sailan, Zalili; Tambunan, Tambunan
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (695.747 KB) | DOI: 10.33772/jleet.v1i2.6663

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This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of metacognitive scaffolding strategy which is embedded in cooperative learning model in teaching writing to students at grade XI of SMAN 4 Kendari. In this study, quantitative data were used to examine the effectiveness of metacognitive scaffolding strategy on students’ writing, whereas qualitative data were used to describe the process involved in the teaching which applied the metacognitive scaffolding strategy. Three research questions were posed: (1) did the students taught under the metacognitive scaffolding strategy produce better writing than their counterparts who were not instructed in the same strategy?; (2) what were the writing scores gained by the students who learnt via the metacognitive scaffolding strategy?; (3) how was the metacognitive scaffolding  strategy  implemented  in  the  process  of  teaching  writing?  The study was conducted at SMAN 4 Kendari to class XI students who enrolled in the 2015/2016 academic year. Total samples were 60 students which were split into an experimental class and control class. The samples were drawn using the convenient sampling technique. Instruments of the study included a writing test, interviews, and observation sheet. In the experimental class, a pre-test was administered to obtain data about students’ knowledge prior to treatment which applied the metacognitive scaffolding strategy in the teaching of writing, and a post-test was run to determine the students’ writing scores after receiving the treatment. In the control class, the teaching of writing applied a conventional method that was usually been used in the school. The students in this class also took a writing test, the results of which were used as a comparison to the experimental class. Additionally, some students and teachers were interviewed  to  obtain  qualitative  data  and  some  observations  were  conducted  during treatment in the experimental class. The results show that there was a significant difference between the pre-test scores and the post-test scores in the experimental class compared to the control class, with the students taught using the metacognitive scaffolding strategy gained higher scores than those who were not. Paired sample t-test was run to compare the pre- and post-test scores gained by both classes before and after treatments, whereas independent sample t-test was used to analyze the difference between gained scores recorded by the two classes. Furthermore, it was revealed that the process of teaching writing using the metacognitive scaffolding strategy has run well according to the lesson plan.
Integrating Virtual World Into Project Based Learning Through Teaching And Learning Writing Amri, Carlina; Tanduklangi, Amri; Alberth, Alberth
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33772/jleet.v1i2.6701

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This research is accomplished to investigate how effective is virtual world instructional mode for teaching and learning writing for EFL learners. The researcher used quantitative data to investigate the effectiveness of using Avakin Life as a substitution class to the regular writing course for the EFL learners. Two research questions then were settled. The first question asked to what extent the virtual classroom instruction helps foreign language English writer increase their proficiency. The second question was intended to measure the degree of participants’ Sense of Community. This participants of this study where the students of English teaching study program of Halu Oleo University who registered in academic year of 2010/2011. The total number of participants involved was 10. In taking sample, the researcher used Convenient Sampling. The instruments of data collection were writing test and a questionnaire. The writing test were administered by assigning pre-test to know students prior knowledge, and post-test to know students writing achievement after giving treatment. The questionnaire was settled into 22 items for Sense of Community. Paired sample t-test was employed to seek the different mean of each group as the comparison before and after receiving the course. The result shows a significant difference between the pre and post of writing proficiency of the treatment class. In addition, the result from the post-instruction questionnaire shows that the participants’ had a high degree on their Sense of Community after being taught writing under the virtual world instructional mode
The Effect Of Edmodo On Students’ Willingness To Communicate, Intrinsic Motivation And Self-Confidence Of SMKN 4 Kendari Rahmawati Kahar, Siti; Hanafi, Hilaluddin; Alberth, Alberth
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (840.648 KB) | DOI: 10.33772/jleet.v1i2.6702

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This study puts an emphasis on the use of edmodo as a form of computer-assisted langauge learning activity, investigating its effects on willingness to communicate (WTC), intrinsic motivation and self-confidence in learning English. The total number of participants involved was 27 students of X TKJ B in SMKN 4 Kendari. Quantitave data originated from close ended questionnaire, while open ended questionnaire used as qualitative data. Paired sample t-test was employed to seek the effect of social media on students’WTC, intrinsic motivation and self-confidence. The result shows that there is no significant effect edmodo on students’WTC, intrinsic motivation and self-confidence before and after did treatment. In contast, the result of open ended questionnaire reports that edmodo may give postive impact on their WTC, intrinsic motivation and self-confidence. These different results affected by some factors namely, students’perception of edmodo, technology, language skills characteristic and design of learnig activities.
Vocabulary Learning Strategies In Learning English As A Foreign Language At SMA Negeri 1 Wonggeduku Suharmin, Suharmin; Hanafi, Hilaluddin; Alberth, Alberth
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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The objectives of this study were: to obtain data about the variations of students’ Vocabulary Learning Strategy (VLS) used in the SMA Negeri 1 Wonggeduku, to know the VLS that frequently used by the students and to obtain data of learning strategy differences based on gender. This study adopted a mix method design which employed both qualitative and quantitative research design. Instruments of the study were questionnaire and interview guideline. The study was conducted at SMA Negeri 1 Wonggeduku, involving students who 126 students participated in this study by filling out a questionnaire. Result of the study showed that All of the students were perform each strategy which is used in this research. However, in each strategy, they have their own preference such us in Determination strategy, they prefer to choose item 1 “; I use a bilingual dictionary to help me translate words into English language” rather than the other item in Determination Strategy. In answering the second research question about the most frequently used strategy, it is revealed that the students in SMA Negeri 1 Wonggeduku prefer to choose Memory Strategy got the highest rank among the other six categories available, followed by Determination, Social (Discovery), Metacognitive, Social (Consolidation) and the last is Cognitive Strategy. In answering the last research question about the differences between Female and Male preference, the only differences happen in the order of their choice. They both agree in the order one to four (Memory, Determination, Social (Discovery) and Metacognitive). However, their differences come in the order five to six (between Social (Consolidation) and Cognitive Strategy).
The Influence Of Storytelling On 7th Grader Speaking Ability At SMP Negeri 22 Konawe Selatan Dyah Setyorini, Wahyu; Sahlan, M.Pd, Dr. H.; Rahim, M.hum, Dr. Amiruddin
Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology (JLEET) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Journal of Language Education and Educational Technology
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (363.32 KB) | DOI: 10.33772/jleet.v1i2.6704

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This research is accomplished to investigate how effective storytelling instructional for teaching English particularly speaking compared to the conventional tuition in EFL young learners. The researcher used quantitative data to investigate the effectiveness of using storytelling instruction take place in cohort B compared to the employment of conventional tuition in cohort A of the regular English course for the students of English Program in junior high school. Two research questions then were settled. The first question asked (1) do the students attending ‘the storytelling’ learning instruction perform better in their speaking proficiency than those attending conventional course? (2) What is the students’ motivation regarding the employment of storytelling instruction in of a speaking class?This study conducted at students’ English class on SMP Negeri 22 of Konawe Selatan who registered in academic year of 2013/2014. The total number of students involved in both of groups was 60 but the valid numbers were just 30 students in control group and 30 in experimental group as in taking sample, the researcher used Stratified Random Sampling. The instruments of data collection were speaking test and a questionnaire. The writing test collected by assigning pre-test to know students prior knowledge, treatment to conduct teaching speaking through storytelling instructional, and post-test to know students speaking achievement after giving treatment. The questionnaire was settled into 25 items of close-ended questionnaire and the data collection was conducted in post-test. The survey was made to investigate students’ motivation after given treatment under storytelling instructional compared to the conventional tuition. Findings through analysis of t-test in which  sig α < 0.05 or H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted both on treatment and control class, however after conducted independent t-test it was shown that there is a significant difference in terms of gain score between control and treatment class. Thus, it can be concluded that storytelling is effective compared to conventional tuition for teaching speaking. In addition, students had a very high motivation on the use of storytelling in learning speaking as the tested hypothesis shows a significant impact of students’ motivation and their improved speaking performance compared to these students who attended the conventional tuition. The finding suggests that integrating storytelling instructional into EFL young learners on speaking instruction is effective for enhancing students’ speaking performance and provides a positive learning experience