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Wahyu Indah Mala Rohmana
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Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning (JETLE)
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Core Subject : Education,
JETLe was established in 2019 by Tadris Bahasa Inggris (English Education Department) Faculty of Education and Teacher Training of Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik which is regulary published twice a year on April and October. The journal welcomes articles from Indonesia and other nations where English language and literature are part of the school and higher education curriculum. This journal seeks to share the knowledge and expertise of English teachers, researchers, practicioners, consultans and advisers who are enganged in English through out the world. THe journal invites the submission of papers which report on dynamic and interactive pedagogies and which interrogate contemporary responses to the changing nature of communication in all its form, including drama,digital and media literacy, literature, linguistics as well as aspect in English language
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Remote Teaching Strategies in Writing Skill Development Due to Covid-19 Pandemic Hernina Dewi Lestari; Sri Fatmaning Hartatik
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 3, No 1 (2021): Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning (JETLE)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v3i1.11959

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Covid-19 pandemic inevitably affects educational practices including in teaching writing. It leads to the unfamiliar challenges for those who are in charge, in this case English instructors. Conducted using descriptive qualitative design, this study aims at describing teaching writing strategies to make high-impact improvement for students' writing performance despite their teaching and learning process has to deal with technological and technical challenges. Thus, the researchers suggested several points to focus on; they were punchy topic selection, meaningful purpose, detailed instruction, excellent feedback, peer review to improve metacognition, and reasonable-targetted grading. The researchers found that teaching strategies that were reasonably effective in virtual classroom were choosing punchy topic to gather the students' interest in developing their writing, delivering meaningful purpose of writing to set the boundaries to make a high quality writing, preparing detailed instruction to minimize any misinterpretation from the students, giving excellent feedback so that the students' writing were thoroughly appreciated and corrected, including peer review section to gain metacognition practice, and setting reasonable-targetted grading to motivate the students without giving burden. Even though the strategies may be particular to remote context, additional research result in face-to-face setting is welcomed to enrich the knowledge development especially in teaching writing.        
The English Language Needs for Information Technology: A Comparison Case of Professionals and Students Rizky Eka Prasetya
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 3, No 1 (2021): Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning (JETLE)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v3i1.12202

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English has established itself as a global lingua franca. The global growth in the usage of English has resulted in many reforms within educational institutions. The study aims to ascertain and examine English needs for information technology purposes among professionals and learners on a wide scale. A quantitative descriptive approach with a survey research design was employed in the study, and it applied to the Cross-Sectional survey design. Mailed questionnaires were collected from 243 students’ and 23 professionals. According to the questionnaires, the result found that professional purposes for learning English are to complete written-project reports or papers, while students must communicate with the global community. The English learning outcome implied different aims. The professionals want to complete language instructions for information technology processing, but students expect information access to the products. Professional speaking abilities are concerned with asking clarifications in the group or personal meetings, yet students concern more in taking and receiving the phone calls. In the same manner as writing, professionals and students have the same expectation that is to produce formal reports in academic or professional situations. Both participants perceive the responses by reading ability concerned to the summarizing detail information. This study affirmed an interrelation between the English standing in professional IT and students’ IT positions in communication experiences in their present circumstances.
An Analysis on the Students’ Ability in Using Personal Pronouns in English Darni Nopi Nokas
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 3, No 1 (2021): Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning (JETLE)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v3i1.13129

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English personal pronouns was still problem for students; especially students of Sekolah Tinggi Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Surya Kasih. Therefore; it was important to conduct a research on students’ ability in using personal pronouns. The purpose of this study was to describe the students’ ability in using subject, object, possessive and reflexive. The participants of the research were 10 students the second semester students who programmed English subject. There were 30 item tests of personal pronouns. The results of the research showed that the students’ average score was 68 and the students’ level of ability on personal pronouns was enough. Based on the kinds of personal pronouns showed the highest score was 72,10 which is on subject pronoun then followed by object pronoun with the score 70,20 then followed by possessive pronoun with the score 67,80 and the lowest score was 64,70 which is on reflexive pronoun. This research claimed that the students found difficulties in using personal pronoun in English due to interference of Indonesian language as their first language.
Using Word Recognition Instruction and Visual Aids to Enhance Malaysian Primary ESL Learners’ Vocabulary Achievement Zachary Farouk Chai; Norhidayu Binti Rosman; Mohd Fazri Bin Basri
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 3, No 1 (2021): Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning (JETLE)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v3i1.13392

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Vocabulary is considered as an essential component of language teaching and learning, and its mastery is significant for all language learners. The process of learning vocabulary is sometimes referred to as vocabulary acquisition. In light of this, teachers need to conduct appropriate and enjoyable activities when teaching vocabulary. Effective techniques and interesting vocabulary materials are imperative especially for primary school ESL learners. This study aimed to determine the efficacy of employing word recognition instruction and visual aids in teaching action verbs to primary school learners in one of the primary schools in Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia. The overall number of participants in the research was 50, and they represented a mixed abilities group of learners. They were randomly assigned into experimental and control groups of 25. The experimental group used word recognition instruction and visual aids to learn new vocabulary (action verbs), while the control group used traditional memorisation instruction to learn the same vocabulary. Following these instructions, the two groups were evaluated (Post-test). The study's findings indicated that the experimental group outperformed the control group. Additionally, it recommends that English language teachers consider word recognition instruction and visual aids as successful vocabulary teaching strategies.                  
Politeness As a Strategy of Attack in Presidential Debate in Indonesia 2019 Rossy Halimatun Rosyidah
JETLe (Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 3, No 1 (2021): Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning (JETLE)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jetle.v3i1.13456

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This research was conducted to know what are the politeness as strategy of attack in the presidential debate in Indonesia 2019 and what is the dominant of politeness strategy used by the candidates. The method of this research is descriptive qualitative. The research subject is the dialogue of Presidential and Vice-presidential candidates. The research object is the politeness strategy. The instrument is the researcher herself and the indicator table, the data collection is from YouTube, and the data analysis uses Brown and Levinson’s theory. The validity is triangulation method. The result of this research is the presidential candidate number 1 used all kinds of politeness strategies. Therefore, the dominant used theory bald of record. Then the vice-presidential candidate just used positive politeness. Besides, the candidate number 2 used bald of record and off records strategy. Therefore, the dominant used theory bald of record. Then the candidate of the vice president just used bald of records. Bald of record is applied to criticizing, expressing hatred, getting angry, commanding, warning, resisting, and paying attention.                 

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