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I Gede Yoga Permana
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yogapermana@stkipahsingaraja.ac.id
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+6287762000182
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Kab. buleleng,
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INDONESIA
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TATEFL)
ISSN : 26568942     EISSN : 26848546     DOI : https://doi.org/10.36663/
Core Subject : Education,
Tatefl is a scientific journal published by the English Department of Education STKIP Agama Hindu Singaraja. This journal aims to accommodate articles of research results of community service in the field of education and learning about English education. In the end this Journal can provide a description of the development of science and technology in the field of education for the academic community.
Articles 62 Documents
An Analysis of Balinese Swearwords of English Private Course Students in Buleleng Regency Kadek Heni Oktarina Wisudayanti
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (148.11 KB) | DOI: 10.36663/tatefl.v1i2.43

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This study is intended to find out and analyze on the Balinese swearwords that often used by the English private course students in Buleleng in their daily conversation. Due to the problems discussed, the theories suggested in this research include language definition, sociolinguistics and swearwords definition. The method applied in this research is descriptive qualitative in nature and the data are from the English private course students in Buleleng. The subjects of this research are five English course students that originally came from Buleleng and they also lived in Buleleng. Then, the data analysis is performed to search the kinds of swearwords that they used, the reason of Buleleng people using the swearwords and also how often they speak the swearwords. This study use the swearwords classification according to types of swearwords which stated by Hughes (1998). This study finds the swearwords at several term included word related to religious (pirata), word related to sex (naskleng), word from excrement (tai and bangkaan), word from name of animal (cicing and bojog), and word from mental illness (lengeh,and buduh). Altough those words are dirty or rude to be said, but it often used by the Buleleng people even from the children until the adult. It will still like that for the next many years, because that is their culture herritage from many years ago.
Teaching Vocabulary for Elementary School Students I Gede Yoga Permana
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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The present study investigated the teaching strategies to develop elementary students’ vocabulary. In conducting the study, a literature review was conducted. The findings showed that in teaching vocabulary for elementary school, teachers are required to use interactive media such picture, game, and song. Literature studies also found that interactive media greatly influences students’ motivation and engagement toward vocabulary learning process. Teachers are encouraged to use interactive teaching media in developing students’ vocabulary. Discussions and suggestions of study are further presented. 
Role Of Video as A Teaching Media to Improve Students’ Listening Skills Ni Komang Tri Lokanita; Ni Wayan Monik Rismadewi; Luh Mila Trisna Dewi
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (155.898 KB) | DOI: 10.36663/tatefl.v1i2.65

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The objective of this research is to find out the role of video as a teaching media to improve students’ listening skill and to describe how the use of video as a teaching media influences students’ motivation during the listening class. The research design of this study is library research or content analysis. The subjects of this research were 5 researches document. The total number of participants in this research was from 166 students. The results of the five researches that have been gathered by the writer showed that video as a teaching media plays important role for students’ listening skills. The roles of video as a teaching media to improve students’ listening skills are: 1) Video made the students became active in the teaching and learning process, 2) Video made the students became enthusiastic to join the listening class, 3) Video made the learning process became more fun, 4) Video could grab students’ attention, and 5) Video could motivate the students to join the listening class. The result of 5 researches showed that students improved their listening skills after being taught by using video.
Improving 9th Grade Students’ Writing Competency Using Card Lottery Games Media I Made Suardana
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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The current study was intended to use Card Lottery Games Media to improve writing ability. The design of the study is action research. The sample of the study was IX grade students in one selected school. It was found that after implementing Card Lottery Game Media in two cycles, it could be concluded that Card Lottery Games Media was effective to improve the students’ competency in writing report text There were five aspects that should be full field by the students in writing report text, there are; developing ideas (content), organizing ideas, vocabulary, grammar, and mechanics. The students’ improvement could be seen from the mean score of the pre-test (56,25), post-test 1 (74) and post-test 2 (84,25). During the implementation of Card Lottery Games Media, the students were looked serious, enthusiastic, motivated and interested.
Identifying Teaching Writing Strategies Used by English Teachers at SMK N 3 Singaraja During Remote Teaching Ni Nengah Diah Handayani; Putu Eka Dambayana Suputra; Putu Adi Krisna Juniarta
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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The current study was carried out to identify the teaching writing strategies in remote teaching setting. This study was a case study. The study was conducted at SMK N 3 Singaraja. The participants of the current study were X grade English teachers of the 2020-2021 academic year, which consist of four teachers (2 females and 2 males). In conducting the study, observation and interview guide were used. The data were analyzed with guidance of analyzing qualitative data by Miles, Huberman, & Saldana (2014). The findings showed that the teaching writing strategies implemented by English teachers were guided writing, mind mapping, scaffolding, and dictogloss. In this remote teaching setting, English teachers are encouraged to be more creative in designing instruction and carrying the teaching strategies for teaching writing. Further study is suggested to identify teaching strategies used by English teacher in remote teaching for different language skills.
EFL Pre-Service Teachers’ Perception Toward Process Approach in Teaching Writing At SMP Negeri 2 Banjar I Ketut Putra Pradnyana; Ni Luh Putu Eka Sulistia Dewi; Dewa Ayu Eka Agustini
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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The current study was intended to identify the English Foreign Language (EFL) pre-service teachers’ perception toward process approach in teaching writing at SMP Negeri 2 Banjar. This study was a basic interpretative study. In collecting the data, this study used questionnaire and interview. The study was followed by 5 preservice teachers at SMP Negeri 2 Banjar. The data from the questionnaire were analyzed descriptively and the data from the interview were analyzed using O’Connor and Gibson’s guidance. The study found that the teachers have positive and very positive perception towards process approach in teaching writing. It was also found that during the implementation of process approach, the teachers were aware of several challenges encountered, namely the limitations of students in developing ideas, weaknesses of students in aspects of language and students requires times to finish writing. This study concludes that the pre-service English teachers had a positive perception towards using process approach in teaching writing.
An Analysis of EFL Learners’ Integrative and Instrumental Motivation Factor at English Language Education Undiksha Made Surya Mahendra; Ni Luh Putu Eka Sulistia Dewi; Ida Ayu Made Istri Utami
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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This study aimed (1) to analyze motivation’s factor that affects English Language Education Students in achieving learning English both in instrumental and integrative motivation; (2) to analyze the major factor of motivation that affect students; and (3) to analyze how the major factor of motivation influence the students in achieving their goal in learning English. The survey was employed as a method of data collection through questionnaires and interviews. Both instruments consisted of instrumental and integrative motivation, which each dimension involves three factors of motivation. The results showed that English Language Education students were affected by six motivation factors. Those are academic, social, economic, attitude toward learning the target language, attitude toward the target language community, and desire to learn the target language. Among those motivation factors, the academic and attitude toward learning the target language were the major factor that affects students in achieving their goal in language learning.
Exploring Influence of Virtual Reality-Based English Learning Activities Towards Secondary Students’ English Writing Achievement Kevin Marion Sepang; Made Hery Santosa; Gusti Ayu Putu Suprianti
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (180.462 KB) | DOI: 10.36663/tatefl.v1i2.88

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The researcher conducted experimental research of using Virtual Reality as instructional media in form of Virtual Reality-based activities especially in learning English in form of writing skill. This research had two purposes, namely (1) to determine whether there is an effect of Virtual Reality-based English learning activities towards students’ English learning achievement in a public secondary school in North Bali, (2) to find out how VR-based English learning activities affects students’ English learning achievement in form of writing achievement. The research design used in this study was explanatory sequential explanatory mixed methods design. The population was first grade students of a public secondary school in North Bali. The result of qualitative data analysis showed that there is an effect of Virtual Reality-based English learning activities towards 10th grade students’ English learning achievement in public secondary school in North Bali. The Effect Size of this quantitative research is in range on low effect size. The result of qualitative data showed that there were strengths and weaknesses of using VR-based English learning activities that affects the result of quantitative data of the students’ English learning achievement in a public secondary school in North Bali in form of writing skill.
The Use of Quizizz In Improving Students' Reading Skill Diah Ayu Manik Pradnyadewi; Putu Enik Kristiani
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)
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Using various learning media in teaching reading are need to avoid the monotonous learning activities which make students easily bored. With increasingly sophisticated technological developments, teachers can apply the Quizizz application as learning media to improve students’ reading skill. The Quizizz application has characteristics such as avatars, themes, memes, and music which are very entertaining in the learning process. At the time they play the game, actually they are reading a lot and learning to understand the meaning of the reading. In addition, the Quizizz Application also has timely feedback, a review section, and repeats tests and follows new quizzes. This literature study reviews some papers in studying the implications of Quizziz and its advantages. The aim of this paper is to share the use of Quizizz Application in improving students reading skill. The findings of this study are expected can be an alternative learning media used by both teacher and students in supporting teaching and learning process in reading.
The Effectiveness of YouTube as Learning Media in Improving Learners’ Speaking Skills Putu Enik Kristiani; Diah Ayu Manik Pradnyadewi
The Art of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)
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In language learning, speaking becomes the evidence of students’ competence of the language that is learnt. However, students’ speaking ability can be inhibited by several problems that are faced such as lack of confidence, lack of vocabulary and grammar, and inappropriate teaching strategy. In this era, the developments of information and technology (IT) can be the solution of those problems. The development of technology seems to have many positive effects on education. Technology provides a variety of learning media that is fun for students. One of the technological developments that can be used as learning media is YouTube. YouTube provides various types of videos related to learning. In learning English, EFL learners can find various types of videos that can help the learning process. Therefore, YouTube can help learners to improve their language skill, especially their speaking skills. The aim of this paper is to explain the effectiveness of using YouTube as learning media in improving learner’s speaking skills