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LADU: Journal of Languages and Education
Published by CV. Mitra Palupi
ISSN : 27742083     EISSN : 2774194X     DOI : -
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LADU: Journal of Languages & Education provides a forum for discussion of current topics and issues in language and literacy that have a direct influence on thinking and practice in education. Articles draw important and well-communicated implications of their subject matter for one or more of the following: policy, curriculum, pedagogy or evaluation in education. Articles on all aspects of language education are welcome in the dominant language of the country, society, or the education system concerned. This includes mother tongue, second and foreign language education, issues related to immersion education, content-based language teaching, CLIL, bi / multilingual, and teaching media.
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Reading difficulties and factors affecting reading difficulties of students of grade 1 elementary school Siti Rohimah
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol. 1 No. 5 (2021): July-August
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Background: Learning to read in elementary schools which is carried out at the first grade level is an early stage of reading learning or called beginning reading. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which new students in elementary school (grade 1) were able to read and to know the difficulties faced by students when reading and its factors. Design and methods: The method used is a qualitative method using descriptive analysis. In this study, researchers went directly to the center of the field individually to obtain data from research subjects, while the subjects in this study were 1st grade elementary school students, 1st grade parents in several schools in East Bogor. The data collection technique used by the researcher is interviewing parents of grade 1 elementary school students and direct observation of students' abilities. Results: The reading ability of grade 1 elementary school students who have been observed in the reading test there are some students who are fluent in reading without help and without stuttering. There are two factors that affect reading difficulties, internal factors and external factors. Internal factors can be seen from the physical students. Physical weakness can affect reading difficulties. External factors of students that can affect reading difficulties are factors from the social environment and the most influential is the role of parents who accompany children to read at home. Parents who do not participate in the development of students' reading will hinder students' reading skills.
Factors of Students' Reading Lateness Nurul Aini
LADU: Journal of Languages and Education Vol. 1 No. 5 (2021): July-August
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Background: Reading is still considered trivial by Indonesian, especially parents of students. Purpose: This research aims to find out what are the factors that cause students to be late in reading. Design and methods: This research use a type of literature review research method. researchers seek information about research from several relevant journals and articles, read and record information obtained from data sources and compile research articles from data and information that has been collected. The author will discuss the factors of delay in learning to read in students. Results: Some of the factors that students to be late in reading are: 1) external factors that can cause reading difficulties are family and school conditions and 2) internal factors that are found in the individual himself.
Use of teacher's language style in the grade 3 learning process of Ciheuleut 1 Elementary School Bogor Yuhan Yusyifa
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Background: the communication pattern applied by the teacher becomes a vital thing to be discussed. Purpose: This study aims to find the use of the language style used by the teacher. Design and methods: The research approach used is a qualitative approach. The research method used is content analysis. The data analysis of this research was carried out through the Miles and Huberman flow model consisting of: 1) identification, 2) data reduction, 3) data presentation, 4) conclusion drawing and verification, and 5) final conclusions and recommendations. Results: third grade teachers at SD Negeri Ciheuleut 1 in communicating with students tend to prioritize conveying messages over other things. What is meant here is close communication so that messages from the teacher will be easier and faster to be understood by students.
Imperative sentence distribution on a novel Fachri Helmanto
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Background: Novel readers from Indonesia, especially students, are less able to distinguish the types of sentences. Purpose: This study aims to describe what are the kind of imperative sentences on Divergent Novel. Design and methods: The method used in this research is descriptive analysis method. The data that the researchers used as material for analysis were obtained in the novel Divergent by Veronica Roth. The procedure is as follows: 1) Selecting the data, obtained by marking parts of the text that are considered important and in accordance with the formulation of the problem; 2) Arrange the data in a systematic structure by grouping the data according to the research objectives and classifying the data into a data corpus; 3) Analyze and interpret data according to the elements studied. Based on the findings on step 2. Results: This study revealed the total imperative sentence found are 106 times. The details are as follows—the command category consists 41 times, the request category consists 28 times, the invitation category consists 4 times, the suggestion category consists 20 times, the advice category consists 7 times, the prohibition category consists 4 times, the compulsion category consists 2 times.

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