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Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) Teacher Training and Education Faculty of University of Widya Gama Mahakam Samarinda East Kalimantan. Jl. KH.Wahid Hasyim, Sempaja No.28, Samarinda, East Kalimantan
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Borneo Educational Journal (Borju)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26559323     DOI : https://doi.org/10.24903/bej
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Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) by The Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Widya Gama Mahakam Samarinda University, which is published twice a year in February and August. The Journal ISSN Number for online version is 2655-9323. It contains articles of research or study of Theory of Education, Language Education, Early Childhood Education, Primary School Education, Educational Management and Technological Education.
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Improving Speaking Skills in English through Advertising Language M Firas Al Farisi; Godefridus Bali Geroda
Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): August
Publisher : Teacher Training and Education Faculty, Widya Gama Mahakam Samarinda University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (140.319 KB) | DOI: 10.24903/bej.v2i2.626

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The entry of social life, human communicate with Language, there are many Languages made by agreement from the community of people, in the era of industrial technology, Advertising Language is one of the Languages that use ability to speak, The ability to handle conversations in real-time through advertising skills. The purpose of this study is to investigate features of advertising Language as a method of learning speaking English. This paper utilized Observation and Interview to gather the data. There are take Primary and Secondary data. The results of this study show the used of Advertising Language on the video assignment by the students are containing the features of advertising Language, and the result of the interview session that student helpful with the advertising Language to speech and supporting that can improve speaking English skills. Advertising Language have basic representations of perception that are interesting. Therefore, the researcher found that the function of the advertising Language features used had helped the subject speak both consciously and unconsciously, as a result of observations and in-depth interviews, the students have their own narrative that they fully supported the advertising Language itself use as a method of improving speaking English skills on the future.
Teacher’s Strategies in Teaching English Speaking to Young Learners Nia Florentina Robert; Widi Syahtia Pane
Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): August
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In teaching and learning process strategy is an activity that should be done both teacher and learner in order to get learning activity become effective and efficient. In short, teaching strategies are very important since they determine the success of teaching process. Strategies used by teachers should be interesting and can capture students’ attention. Some of the strategies used in teaching speaking are such cooperative activities as role-play, creative tasks, and drilling [1]. This article report a qualitative study that find out teacher’s strategies in teaching English speaking to young learners in junior school. Two junior school teacher in SMP Purnama were participated in this research and data were collected through interviews based on a case study design. The result of this study indicated the technique employed by the teacher in teaching speaking were so various such as role play, storytelling, social strategy and discussion. Teachers at SMP Purnama use more than one teaching strategy same like explanation above. This strategy helps students in an easier, faster, and more fun way mastering vocabulary so that it greatly supports the improvement of students' speaking skills. The teachers chooses a strategy based on the principles of teaching speaking. The teacher uses several strategies to help students are more motivated to learn and can add to their new vocabulary.
The Teachers Exploring Students’ Speaking Skill using Hypnoteaching Rahmaniah Rahmaniah; Abdul Rohman
Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): August
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Hypnoteaching could be a “new” strategy or procedure in education, especially in the teaching and learning process. Furthermore, hypnoteaching was an activity in which the teacher gave affirmative or positive words. Hypnosis is usually described or done with a conscious state where. In teaching, hypnosis collaboration with the activity is that the teacher gave a positive word to students. This study was conducted in M.A. Sabillarasyad. To found the result in this study researcher used interviews were as an instrument to collect the data. The subjects in this study are three teachers. The result showed that students’ speaking problems were reduced, and the students were more confident after the teacher used hypnoteaching, in which the teachers gave positive words to students by repetition. Furthermore, the students more relax and enjoy the learning process. The researcher found the HT1 as the teacher one used hypnoteaching in order for students focused on there did not aware when the teacher did hypnoteaching. Therefore the students feel more closely with the teacher when their inside or outside the class. The researcher concludes that Hypnoteaching was a suitable method for reducing students’ speaking problems and helped the teacher manage the classroom in the learning process.
Effectiveness of Player Unknown Battleground (PUBG) Video Game in Improving Vocabulary Sastradwija Putra Perkasa; Dedi Rahman Nur
Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): August
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One of the online-based games that are popular right now is PUBG. This online-based game is good to be used as an alternative for the student to learn vocabulary. This study aims to compare whether to learn English vocabulary through PUBG online game than pre adopted course. This paper utilized a pre-test and post-test questionnaire to gather the data. There are observations and reactions to digital games. This study indicated that after playing PUBG the students' mean score is significantly higher than before playing the game, showing the beneficial effect of using video games to improve students' English vocabulary. Video games have basic representations of perception that are interactive. Therefore, from an optimistic viewpoint, integrating video games into the learning process must be viewed. It is not a simple task to create video games packed with instructional features, but it is a standard solution to better understand their assignments. Via problem-solving, decision-making, conclusion-making and collaborative study with their peers, students learn cognitive and beneficial components in addition to fun. Not only do students know about the subject, but they also develop their personalities.
The Perceptions between Teachers’ in Public and Private Schools related to the (LFH) Learn from Home Policy Sari Wahyuni; Ariyanti Ariyanti
Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): August
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Knowledge of the various kinds of teacher perceptions between 2 different schools about LFH policies will increase our knowledge of each teacher's strengths and weaknesses in learning activities using LFH policies during the pandemic. This research was conducted in private schools SD Darul Falah 2 Samarinda and public schools SDN 019 Muara Badak, namely four teachers and two principals. It collected data in this study using interview techniques to determine the strengths and weaknesses of LFH policies from teacher perceptions of LFH policies and questionnaire techniques to support interviews with teachers. Furthermore, The results showed that 24% of private school teachers' perceptions of the LFH policy were included in the "Disagree" category. Similar to private schools, the results showed that public school teachers' perceptions of LFH policies, namely 23.5%, were also included in the "Disagree" category. From these two results, it can be concluded that the average teacher disagrees with the LFH policy because it is considered to have many deficiencies that can impact current education development. The data subject was challenged to face in the learning process because the situation made students and teachers need a high focus level to understand what was conveyed by the teacher in daring or online learning.
The Using of Short Stories to Enhance Students’ Reading Comprehension Yustina Jeni
Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): August
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The study uses classroom action research. This study also to solve the problems in the class and it also has a cycle with four steps. The data were collected by observation, learning test results, and documentation. This study involved 35 students in eight grade of SMPN 5 Samarinda. This study was carried out in one cycle. It also showed that there is an enhancement in students’ learning results. In addition, it can be said that the use of short stories during the teaching and learning process is very effective to enhance students’ reading comprehension. This is due to the enthusiasm of students to join the process and short stories that are exciting to read. Hence, the students’ mean score indicated that there is an enhancement during the teaching and learning process using short stories. Using short stories as teaching material and strategy in teaching is a very good way, especially to enhance their reading comprehension. This is because short stories provide motivation through moral lessons and get students involved in learning activities. Short stories also give students time to interact with the text by reading the whole story from various short stories. Besides, short stories are also exciting because short stories are very diverse and it enriches students’ vocabulary. Finally, short stories also make students think critically through what is conveyed by the stories.
The Effect of Using English Song as Teaching Media to Improve Vocabulary Mastery on The Eleventh Grade Students of SMK Negeri 11 Samarinda Purnamasari Purnamasari
Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): August
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The purpose of this study was to determine whether there was a significant difference in vocabulary mastery between students in the eleventh grade at SMK Negeri 11 Samarinda who used English songs and those who used conventional methods. Cluster random sampling was employed in this study, which is a strategy for determining sample size based on a group's cluster and homogeneous samples. Sixty pupils in the eleventh grade were engaged in this investigation. The research subjects were chosen at random and divided into two groups: experimental and control. Descriptive and inferential statistical approaches were used to obtain the data. Prior to conducting the hypothesis test, the normality and homogeneity tests were undertaken, and the hypothesis was tested using a t-test. The study's findings indicate that there is a significant difference between using English songs and traditional methods taught by the teacher for eleventh-grade students, with a significance value of 0,000 less than 0,05 and a t-value greater than the t-table, or 7,421 greater than 2,002, indicating that the use of English songs as a teaching medium is sufficiently effective to increase learning results.
Reading Comprehension through Blended Learning at IAIN Samarinda Junedi Junedi; Dzul Rachman
Borneo Educational Journal (Borju) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): August
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Due to the growing need for English reading in the academic world, learners' reading abilities must be improved in order to have a better understanding of English texts. If learners grow comfortable with reading strategies, they will become more motivated to read, which will result in more exposure to foreign language information. The researchers discovered that students who were taught using Blended Learning and mobile learning had increased reading abilities in English and a more favorable attitude toward Blended Learning in reading class. The study included both quantitative and qualitative approaches. The experiment is conducted by the administration of a test to collect data on learning outcomes, while the qualitative data is collected through the use of questionnaires and interviews. IAIN Samarinda's first semester sampled 32 students. The findings were analyzed using the t-test method. It was found based on the two scores and the t-value that there was a statistically significant increase in reading for learning to use a blended learning approach. Additionally, the questionnaire and student interview data about the perspective of blended learning in reading classrooms indicated that blended learning had a favorable influence. Blended learning may be utilized to assist learning in English language lessons. The advantages of blended learning as a supplement to secondary or foreign language education will benefit students.

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