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Journal of Research on Language Education
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Journal of Research on Language Education (E-ISSN: 2723-5092) is a peer-reviewed journal published in Indonesia by the Faculty of Arts and Education, Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia. This journal aims to facilitate and promote the dissemination of scholarly information on research and development in the field of linguistics, literature, and language teaching and learning. The articles published in this journal can be the result of research, conceptual thinking, ideas, innovations, best practices, and book reviews. The scopes of this journal include the following topic areas: - Literature - Language Studies - Linguistics - Second Language Acquisition Theory - Curriculum in Language Learning - Innovations in Language Teaching and Learning
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TEACHING CHARACTER EDUCATION THROUGH PLOT ANALYSIS IN GUY MAUPASSANT’S THE STORY OF A FARM GIRL Eva Agustina Rahma Eva Agustina Rahma; Elisabeth Ngestirosa Endang Woro Kasih
Journal of Research on Language Education Vol 4, No 2 (2023)
Publisher : Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jorle.v4i2.3325

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The aim of this research is to integrate character education by comprehending the plot in Guy Maupassant's The Story of a Farm Girl. Through an analysis and discussion of the novel's narrative, it becomes evident that the story follows a progressive plot structure. The stages, commencing with exposition and culminating in resolution, vividly illustrate this progression. In the exposition phase, characters and impending conflicts are introduced, while rising tensions materialize as Jacques breaks his promise to Rose upon discovering her pregnancy, subsequently fleeing. As Rose's pregnancy becomes conspicuous, her fears escalate, prompting her to remain hidden until childbirth. Although Rose weds her master, he remains unaware of her child. Ultimately, Rose reveals her concealed truths to Mr. Valin. Employing a descriptive analysis methodology, this research underscores the implications of plot analysis in The Story of a Farm Girl for character education in schools. It emphasizes the scrutiny of content and language, thereby fostering ethical growth alongside literary comprehension. 
CHANGES IN LEARNING PATTERNS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC: THE CASE OF INDONESIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Sinta Novia
Journal of Research on Language Education Vol 4, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jorle.v4i2.2553

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This study aimed at evaluating the learning process using e-learning and finding the changes in learning patterns in Indonesian university students’ during Covid-19 pandemic. Researcher has found out that students have changed their learning patterns during the Pandemic. Students who are initially accustomed to direct learning inevitably have to learn online to prevent transmission of the coronavirus. If we are aware of the positive side changing the learning paradigm in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more directed at efforts to improve the quality of teachers and students in the learning process.Keywords: Learning patterns, Covid-19 Pandemic.
THE INFLUENTIAL IMPACTS OF DIGITAL STORYTELLING TOWARDS THE IMPROVEMENT OF EFL LEARNERS’ SPEAKING SKILLS Kristian Florensio Wijaya
Journal of Research on Language Education Vol 4, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jorle.v4i2.2651

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AbstractIn this ever-changing modern age, EFL educators are still in search of more meaningful speaking learning enterprises by which second language learners are strongly encouraged to endure various L2 communication practice hurdles to transform into more proficient speakers. One of the promising ways to actualize this speaking-learning aspiration is through the use of digital storytelling. Previous researchers believed that digital storytelling could potentially promote a higher degree of speaking learning enjoyment where EFL learners’ speaking competencies can thrive to the utmost potential. This present small-scale library study was initiated to exhaustively investigate the positive influences of digital storytelling on EFL learners’ speaking skills improvement. To release this main study objective, the researcher conducted a thematic analysis of 25 previous digital storytelling and speaking studies to generate more relevant and comprehensible research results. Based on the thematic analysis, the constant utilization of digital storytelling was proved to transform EFL learners into more insightful L2 speakers and promote a psychologically sound speaking learning atmosphere in which their targeted L2 communicative competencies can be fostered to the fullest development. Future researchers need to include broader English language learning scopes and a greater number of reviewed digital storytelling investigations to generate more rewarding research results relevant to the applicability and feasibility of online learning platforms in modern EFL learning enterprises. Keywords: digital storytelling, speaking skills, library study
IRANIAN UNIVERSITY LEARNERS’ ENGLISH VOCABULARY LEARNING USING SYNONYM AND L1 TRANSLATION Husain Abdulhay
Journal of Research on Language Education Vol 4, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jorle.v4i2.2840

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Vocabulary is part and parcel of learning of a second or a foreign language. This study examined the effect of vocabulary learning through translation of English words (Persian equivalents) and the use of English synonym on the retention and retrieval of vocabularies. Static-group comparison design was utilized to scrutinize sixty EFL learners split into two groups. The experimental group was instructed on the memorizing strategies and the control one left alone to memorize words presented in class in a week time span. The experimental group being taught on coding, interim device, and visual imagery strategies was assayed on spot by dint of written word recognition tests for their receptive knowledge of synonyms written on the board. The findings of the matching test tasks divulged that the learners’ recognitions of synonyms than the first language equivalents were significantly higher. The experimental group significantly scored higher in the recognition test of synonyms than that of translation equivalents. Results have practical implications and application for foreign language learning and teaching which are discussed.
“APPROACH IS MERELY A LENS…”: A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE CLASSROOM DISCOURSE Afrianto Afrianto; Mohamad Adriansyah
Journal of Research on Language Education Vol 4, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33365/jorle.v4i2.3315

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This study looks at the lecturer's linguistic style when delivering material on literary criticism. In this instance, the emphasis is on the stylistic analysis to expose the usage of figurative language and its role in the dialogue between the lecturer and the students.  Therefore, the purpose of this study is to examine the figurative language used by a lecturer in a literary class. This study employs the qualitative technique and selects a participant based on the requirements of having a master's degree, having 10 years of teaching experience, and being recommended in order to have an in-depth talk. The data, which are expressed as words, phrases, or sentences, are acquired from audio-video recordings of spoken speech. The recording was made during a lecture in a classroom to obtain an actual situation of the recordings. Furthermore, this study discovered twelve types of figurative language used by the lecturer: metaphor, simile, personification, apostrophe, metonymy, synecdoche, symbol, allegory, paradox, irony, hyperbole, and litotes. Also, each figurative language has a function to convey a particular meaning; comparison, association, and contrast. In addition, the results demonstrate that through the use of figurative language, the lecturer has more alternative ways to expand on the learning subject in the classroom and to enhance students' awareness of stylistics in the form of figurative language.

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