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English Journal
ISSN : 18583490     EISSN : 26543400     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.32832/english
Core Subject : Education,
1) Foreign, Indonesian, vernacular, and Malay language learning, 2) Linguistics; (3) Applied linguistics, and 4) Literature and its teaching and learning. All articles sent to our journal should have never been published or sent to other journals.
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 79 Documents
Integrating 21st Century Skill into EYL Class: A New Ideal Course Design and Planning for EYL Class Erik yuda Pratama
ENGLISH Vol 10, No 1 (2016)
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The economical, political, business and social challenges faced by the world today demand the 21st century skill-integrated as the main aspect that must be mastered by every child nowadays. This paper explores some important aspects related to integrating the 21 century skill into EYL class. Included in the discussion of this essay are the framework of 21st century skill, the 21st century curriculum, and designing appropriate syllabus for 21st century education suitable for EYL classroom, such as project-based syllabus and theme-based syllabus. This paper also describes several ICT media tool that can be used to promote our children 21st century skill, such as cartoon story maker (computer software) and kidblog (online blogging).
Investigating Metonymic Expressions in Communication M. Shabir
ENGLISH Vol 10, No 1 (2016)
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THE IMPORTANCE OF NEEDS ANALYSIS IN CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR ESL/EFL CLASSROOM Amalul Umam
ENGLISH Vol 10, No 2 (2016)
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West (1994) states that needs analysis (NA) is what learners will be required to do with the foreign language in the target situation, and how learners might best master the target language during the period of training. There are a lot of studies that proved that NA has important role in the development of a curriculum. This study will try to discuss the importance of NA in curriculum development for ESL/EFL classroom. The history of curriculum development and its emergence in language teaching will be discussed. Some syllabuses will be explained from which ELT practitioners can have some pictures of materials and the learning process in ELT classrooms.
USING JAZZ CHANTS IN TEACHING ENGLISH SPEAKING FOR YOUNG LEARNERS Yani Awalia Indah; Aprilia Dwi Putri
ENGLISH Vol 10, No 2 (2016)
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Teaching English for Young Learners (TEYL), especially teaching English speaking is not easy. The teachers have to deal with the young learners who have the different characteristics with adult. Speaking is also the other problems for young learners. They feel hard to speak up. Knowing the characteristics and factors that cause difficulty in speaking for young learners, the teachers have to poses creative and effective method to teach English for young learners. One of the methods for teaching English speaking for young learners is jazz chant. This research employed Classroom Action Research to know the improvement of student English speaking skill using jazz chants. From the test, it showed that the average of all aspect; fluency, accuracy, pronunciation and intonation in every meeting, in each cycle had improved. The result of the observation also showed that there were improvement of students? participations and students? attitudes in every cycle.
PROFICIENCY TEST DESIGN: AN EXAMPLE AND ITS ANALYSIS Amalul Umam
ENGLISH Vol 11, No 1 (2017)
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THE ISLAMIZATION OF KNOWLEDGE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Dewi Suriyani Djamdjuri; Indah Sri Redjeki
ENGLISH Vol 11, No 1 (2017)
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The revolution of science starts with the revelation of Qur?an. Qur?an states about the relationship between God and the world of nature, so do the world of nature and the offspring of Prophet Adam. In the Qur?an, it is stated about Divine Name Ar-Rahman, the Most Merciful, which is viewed, has close relationship with nature. The encouragement in Qur?an will build some positive behaviors of human. Any information from Qur?an becomes precious materials to study, seek and think deeply. It is all about the evidence from the Qur?an. There are so many samples from the verses of the Qur?an that talk about science and knowledge.The aim of this article is to convey some messages from the Qur?an and from some of Islamic scholars. Various studies have been accomplished. Islamization of knowledge in all fields has close relationship with one?s understanding towards the Islamic belief, as Islam is a religion signifies on right-thinking, right-speaking, and right-doing. So the Islamization of knowledge means to protect Muslims from the knowledge that is contaminated, misleading and causes errors. It will lead to safety, kindness, justice, and the power of faith.
TEACHING SPEAKING BY CONTEXT M. Shabir
ENGLISH Vol 11, No 1 (2017)
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KNOWLEDGE SHARING PRACTICES IN LEARNING ENGLISH LITERATURE VIA WHATSAPP Movi Riana Rahmawanti
ENGLISH Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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When it comes to English Literature Classes, sometimes students? find it very hard to understand the materials. Practices of sharing knowledge between teacher and students or between their peers became alternative solution to overcome these difficulties. This study tries to explore students? responses toward knowledge sharing practice in learning English literature through WhatsApp. This is a descriptive qualitative study that uses Forum Group Discussion as the instrument. The participants of this research are 10 students that currently enrolled in literature subject. It can be concluded from the study that although most of the students thought that literature subject is quite difficult, but it is still challenging to them. In relation to Knowledge sharing practices via WhatsApp clear some confusions faced by the students in literature subject.
MENTORING PROCESS OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS DURING TEACHING PRACTICE M. Nur Iqbal; Nuraeni .
ENGLISH Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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This present study was aimed at investigating the mentoring process underwent by pre-service teachers during teaching practice, and the difficulties faced by them. The qualitative method was adopted, and interview and focus group discussion were used as the techniques of collecting data. Three pre-service teachers were selected as the participants of this study. The findings revealed that the pre-service teachers encountered different process of mentoring. Three of pre-service teachers experienced different frequency of mentoring, time, content, support and feedback of mentoring. The frequency of mentoring was done differently. The first pre-service teacher did the mentoring at any time if needed, the second one after the class finished, and the third one only three times during teaching practice. Regarding the time of mentoring, it was mostly done after the class finished, but sometimes only when the pre-service felt that the material was so difficult for their students. In the light of difficulties during the mentoring process, they faced five aspects; conflicting role expectation, compelled to emulate mentor, mentee exploitations, lack of constructive feedback, mentor distrust. The findings of this study contribute to the English Education Study Program particularly on the preparation for the students concerning teaching practice. They should be informed that mentoring is pivotal component that has to be faced during teaching practice.
TEACHER TALK TIME IN ENGLISH CLASSROOM Aprilia Handayani; Amalul Umam
ENGLISH Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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Classroom interaction is described as a communication process between teacher and students that involves talk as a tool to achieve good communication. Talk is essential to students thinking and learning, and their productive engagement in classroom. This study will figure out TTT phenomenon. The aim of to the study is to explore kind of teacher talk used by English teachers and students? perception toward it. An English teacher and 33 junior high school students are the participants of the study. They are given a questionnaire that consist 15 statements. Observation and Interview are conducted to complete the data collection. The result shows that TTT is important in ELT classroom and students have positive positive perception toward it.