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Pedagogy : Journal of English Language Teaching
ISSN : 2338882X     EISSN : 25801473     DOI : 10.32332
Core Subject : Education, Social,
Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching is a journal published by the State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) of Metro. It specializes in English Language Teaching and is intended to communicate original researches and current issues on the subject. This journal is published twice a year. This journal encompasses original research articles and short communications, including Field research pertaining to Language Teaching focus of study: English Language Teaching (ELT), English as Second Language (ESL), English as Foreign Language (EFL) and English Language Teaching in Indonesia (TEFLIN).
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 121 Documents
A Study on Ganre-Based Approach in Teaching Speaking to Indonesian EFL Learners Putra, Rangga Mega
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 7 No 1 (2019): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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The implementation of genre-based approach in EFL teaching has been increasingly attracting many EFL teachers’ attention. This study aimed at investigating the implementation of Ganre-Based Approach in teaching and learning process of speaking skill at SMPN 1 Gamping Yogyakarta. This study was descriptive qualitative. The techniques of collecting the data were observation, interviews and documentation. The data was analyzed by referring to theory of the stages of genre-based approach developed by Hammond et al., (1992). The total of the sample of this study was 28 students in the seventh grade of SMPN 1 Gamping Yogyakarta. The findings showed that the English teacher still had some weakness in implementing genre-based approach. Moreover, the students still had many difficulties in generic structure and social function of the text.
Identifying Students' Learning Styles on Reading Comprehension Achievement Setiowati, Handayani
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 7 No 1 (2019): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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This study aims to identify the effect of type of students’learning styles in reading comprehension achievement. The design of the research was a descriptive quantitative research that used a case study design. A total of 20 students of reading class on the second semester of IAIN Metro was sample of this research. In collecting the data, the researcher used questionnaire of learning style and reading comprehension test. In the analysis of data, the writer classified the categorization of learning style from the questionnaire and the scores of reading comprehension tests. Then, the result was analyzed by comparing the mean score in test manually using by percentage correct. The finding of the research the students have three types of learning style, they are visual (45%), auditory (30%), and kinesthetic (25%), in which visual is the most dominant. whereas the result of reading comprehension test, the mean score of visual is 79.2, auditory is 70.8, and kinesthetic is 65. In conclusion, It showed that the students of reading class on second semester of IAIN Metro used three types of learning style, but visual learning style is the most dominant learning style the students have.
A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD CHILD WITH HER ENGLISH VOCABULARY ACQUISITION: A CASE STUDY ON NISRINA WAFA ADLINA Nur, Maulidia Rachmawati
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 2 No 2 (2014): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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English has become one of the most-frequently used languages at an international level. As a matter of fact English is learned by many people, both adults and young learners. With regard to young learners of English in particular, they are learning English because they want (or they are encouraged) to master English when they are still in their early childhood. Compared to adults, young learners are more likely to achieve automaticity in producing English as a second language (ESL).This research was aimed to see a seven-year-old girl‟s English vocabulary acquisition process that she got from her mother, as the researcher. This research was also aimed to see her English vocabulary production that she produced for almost three months.
USING DISCUSSION BOARD AS THE MEDIUM TO IMPROVE THE SKILL IN WRITING A RECOUNT TEXT Sholihah, Lilis
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 1 No 1 (2013): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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This study is aimed to improve the students’ skill in writing a recount text through the use of discussion board. The subject consists of twenty seven eighth graders. This study was carried out in one cycle. The cycle consisted of five meetings including the registration process on discussion board, prewriting and drafting in face to face classroom environment, and the process of revising, editing and publishing stage on discussion board. The data of the study were taken from the observation checklist, field notes, questionnaire and the students’ final product. The findings of the study revealed that the discussion board was successful in improving the skill in writing a recount text of the eighth graders. The improvement was indicated by the increase of the students’ writing scores, the students’ participation in writing activities and the students’ positive responses after the implementation of discussion board.
The Influence of Biography-Used to Students' Personalities in EFL Classroom AIn, Nurul
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 7 No 2 (2019): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Students’ personality is one of the factors that have an influence on students’ achievement. Beside good achievement, the good personality of the students is one of the goals of the learning process. The use of biography in the teaching-learning process can help the teacher to know the students’ personalities. The objectives of this research are: (1) to find out the outstanding characters of biography the students read; and (2) to explore the influences of the biography on the students’ personality. The method used for the research was descriptive qualitative research. The subject of the research was the fifth semester of English department students in the academic year of 2016/2017. The data of this research were collected through closed and opened questionnaires. The data of this research were analyzed through data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. The findings of the research revealed two major points consisting of (1) eight outstanding characters ranging over the rates the students found by reading biography; and (2) the influences of biography to the students’ personality to be better. To sum up, the English lecturers who teach English prose are supposed to use biography as the main media because through biography the students can learn various characters of famous figures to be successful. In addition, biography can influence the students’ personalities to have more positive behavior.
An ANALYSIS OF WRITTEN ERROR AMONG EFL STUDENTS OF ENGLISH PROFICIENCY LEVEL OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM Suhono, Suhono
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 4 No 1 (2016): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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This study aims at providing a comprehensive account of analyzing error in second language learners. For this purpose, an empirical study was conducted, using Indonesian students learning English as the research subject, especially among students of international program of Muhammadiyah University Surakarta. The researcher explored the type of errors made by students at different proficiency levels: high, medium, and low level. This study uses error analysis as methodological framework. More specifically, this study was an attempt to describe the type of grammatical error which frequently exist in written production, to describe frequency grammatical error among proficiency levels, and to describe the students’ understanding of errors. Students’ writings were analyzed for errors based on surface strategy taxonomy. The results of this research revealed that 846 sentences indicated errors. Types of omission error was the highest one 322 (37.9%) sentences. Afterward, grammatical error in low proficiency level was the highest one 322 (37.9%) sentences. The second was high proficiency level 276 (32.6%) sentences. The third was medium proficiency level 248 (29.3%) sentences. Most of the students didn’t understand about grammatical errors, because through students’ interview only 7 students were able to change grammatical error to be good sentences.
Improving Speaking Performance Through Pecha Kucha Presentation Method Arniatika, Sevirda
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 6 No 2 (2018): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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The objective of this research is to show the improvement of the students’ speaking performance using Pecha Kucha presentation method among the tenth graders of SMA Muhammadiyah East Lampung. The research method used in this research is a Classroom Action Research (CAR) which is used to solve the students’ problem in speaking performance. The subjects of this research are X MIA students of SMA Muhammadiyah Pekalongan East Lampung in the academic year of 2017/2018. The research instruments used to collect the data in this research are test, observation and documentation. The result of this research shows that the implementation of Pecha Kucha presentation method is successful since the criteria of success are achieved. The first criterion is 70% of the students could pass the target score ≥ 70 based on the KKM. The finding shows that 77.78% of the students had already achieved the target score. Besides, the second criterion is the students who became more active in the learning process. The result of observation shows that by using Pecha Kucha presentation method, most of the students are involved actively in the learning process.
An Analysis Of Inflectional Affixes Error In Argumentative Writing Ninsiana, Widhiya; Hakim, Lukman
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 6 No 1 (2018): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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The aim of the research is to find the error of using inflectional affixes in students’ argumentative writing of the fifth semester of English Department of IAIN Metro. This research is descriptive-qualitative research. This descriptive-qualitative research use two sources, primary and secondary data, the primary data is achieved through the argumentative writing text from the fifth students semester of IAIN Metro. Then the secondary data is collected from archival. This research applies Creswell model to analyze the data. The findings research shows there are 9 argumentative writing result, they have eight errors in using {–s}, 2 errors in using {–es}, 1 error in using {–ies}, 13 errors in using {–ed}, 3 errors in using {–ing}, and there is no error in using {–er} and{–est}. Based on the data, the first error that commonly found in students’ writing production is the use of {–ed}, and the second one is the use of {–s}, and the third one is the use of {–es}. Most of the fifth semester students of the English Department of IAIN Metro have lack of knowledge about inflectional affixes and there are many students who feel difficult in deciding which one is the correct affix for the word they want. It means there are many students of the fifth semester of English Department of IAIN Metro that still can not use the inflectional affixes correctly. The conclusion of the research is the student of the fifth semester of English Department of IAIN Metro need attention to focus on writing argumentative learning and semantic specially ‘inflection affixes’.
DEVELOPING VOCABULARY BOOK BASED ON CROSSWORD PUZZLE FOR VOCABULARY MASTERY AS MEDIA OF VOCABULARY INSTRUCTION FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Sari, Agatha Tantri windu; Qomar, Aulia Hanifa
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 5 No 2 (2017): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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The main objective of the research is to develop picture media for vocabulary mastery based on crossword puzzle as a media of vocabulary instruction. The research was a research and development (R&D) study. This research is formative research. The steps in this research were conducting self-evaluation, getting expert review and one-to-one, small group, and filed test. The research object of this study is students of eight grade in SMP Muhammadiyah 3 Metro and SMP Negeri 10 Metro. Based on explanation above, it is conclude that by using vocabulary book based on crossword puzzle is very good and can help students in learning vocabulary and the students got a new knowledge.
AN ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ ERRORS IN PRONOUNCING ENGLISH DIPHTHONGS AT THE FIRST SEMESTER OF STAIN JURAI SIWO METRO Deiniatur, Much
Jurnal Pedagogy Vol 4 No 2 (2016): Pedagogy: Journal of English Language Teaching
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The objectives of this research are to find out total errors of the student when they pronouncing English word containing diphthongs, to find out what type of diphthongs that students made the most frequently mispronounced, to find out what type of diphthongs that students made the least frequently mispronounced, and to find out the factors influencing error pronunciation that the student made in English word containing diphthongs.In this research the writer used qualitative method. The subjects of this research were 40 of the First Semester students at STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro in academic year 2015/2016. The instrument of this research was a pronunciation test of the English word containing 9 types of English diphthongs, and voice recorder to record the students’ pronounciation.The data of this research were collected by giving the English pronunciation test. The collected data were identified, classified, analyzed and interpreted.. The results of the analysis showed that the students made errors out of the total 499 words. The types of diphthongs that the students the most frequently mispronounced are [oʊ] (62 words), [aʊ] (61 words), [ʊə] (59 words), [ɔə] (59 words), and [ɛə] ( 58 words),.The type of diphthongs that the students the least frequently mispronounced is [aɪ] (46 word).The factors influencing error pronunciation that the students made are the habit of students in pronouncing the word that contains of diphthongs and the students pronounced the word as it was written in the orthographic writing.

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