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Anglophile Journal
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Anglophile Journal has the perspectives of languages and language teachings. This journal aims at presenting and discussing some outstanding issues dealing with Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching (ELT). This journal encompasses original research articles, and short communications, including: Semantics & Pragmatics Psycholinguistics Sociolinguistics Discourse Analysis Translation Studies Linguistics in Language Teaching English Language Teaching (ELT) English as Second Language (ESL) English as Foreign Language (EFL) English for Specific Purpose (ESP)
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Fostering Success and Motivating EFL Learners Using Zoom Meeting: A Synchronous Learning Strategy Nuryanto, Muhammad
Anglophile Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2021): Anglophile Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (878.176 KB) | DOI: 10.51278/anglophile.v1i2.174

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Due to the rapid advancement of technology, teachers were forced to integrate technological equipment and method in educational strategies, for the main purpose of facilitating the learning experience. Accordingly, this study aimed to answer two main questions namely; 1) How can Zoom Meeting enhance high school students at Salatiga to gain success in ELT? 2) To what extent does use the Zoom Meeting as an asynchronous learning strategy affect the motivation of high school students at Salatiga? For that purpose, the researcher implemented an experimental design with a mixed approach to conduct the current study using a pre-test, and a post-test to measure the change in the levels of EFL learners’ English skills, the researcher also spread questionnaires to examine the attitude of the students towards the Zoom meeting. The participants of the current study were 60 high school students at Salatiga who were divided into two groups namely the control and experimental group. The findings indicated that zoom meeting enhanced EFL learners’ English skills and motivation Keywords: Zoom Meeting, Synchronous Learning Strategy, Zoom Meeting Learning
A Correlation Between Students’ Intelligence Quotient (IQ) and Their Writing Ability for the Eighth Grade Eka Wiratna, Muhammad Zainul Muttaqin; Hamdiah, Hidayatul
Anglophile Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Anglophile Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (852.078 KB) | DOI: 10.51278/anglophile.v1i1.67

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This article was focused on the correlation between students’ intelligence quotient (IQ) and their writing ability. The purpose of the study was to find out whether there is any positive correlation between students’ intelligence quotient (IQ) and their writing ability. This study was quantitative research. The sample was 25 students. To collect the data, the researchers informed the students’ an instrument in multiple-choice tests as many as 15 questions for intelligence quotient (IQ) and an essay which is a form in the descriptive text for writing ability. Descriptive statistic and hypothesis testing were used to analyze the data in this research. Furthermore, the mean score of students’ intelligence quotient (IQ) was 78.00 and 66.24 was the mean score of students’ writing. Moreover, the Standard Deviation of intelligence quotient (IQ)was 3.464 and writing was 4.772. The present researcher found out the result of the correlation coefficient was .403 at p =.046 which was lower than 0.05 (as the standard significance level in SPSS) at two tails. This implied the first Ho (null hypothesis) was rejected and first Ha (alternative hypothesis) was accepted. It means that there was a correlation between students’ intelligence quotient (IQ) and their writing ability for the eighth graders of MTs Ihya’ Ulumuddin. Keywords: Intelligence Quotient (IQ), Writing Ability, and Intelligence
Speech Disfluency Made by Male and Female Learners at Kampung Inggris Semarang Abimanto, Dhanan; Hidayah, Yayuk; Halimah, Lili; Hasyim, Umar Al Faruq A
Anglophile Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2021): Anglophile Journal
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In utterance, there must be some disfluency whether in normal people or in stutterer. Moreover, the disfluency would be different if it was categorized into two based on the gender. The researchers’ figures out the disfluency based on the gender, male and female. The article was to find out any types of disfluency that appear on the male and female speeches, to find the dominant type of disfluency occured in male and female speeches, the difference between male and female speeches, and the factors causing the disfluency made by male and female speeches. The sample was 24 English learners at Kampung Inggris Semarang, 12 males and 12 females. In collecting the data the researchers used observation and interview. In analysing the data, the researchers used the theory from Clark and Wasow supported by Johnson and Bortfeld et.al. The result showed that nine types of disfluency occur in learners’ speech, i.e filler, silent pause, revision, incomplete phrase, broken word, repetition, grammatical disfluency, prolongation, and false start. The dominant disfluency occured in male and female speeches was filler. In the dominant disfluency, males produced more filers than females, whereas silent pause was more produced in female speeches. Besides, there was some factors causing disfluency made by male and female learners of Kampung Inggris Semarang, which were related to psychological factors. It included cognitive factors and affective factors. In total, male produced more disfluency than female. Besides that male learner made more factors which could affect the disfluency in their speeches than female learners, male learners were more likely not in mastering grammar and vocabularies and getting prepared in materials. Keywords: Speech Disfulency, Factors Speech Disfluency, Disfluency
Utilizing Instagram Social Media on Language Style: An Analysis to Teenagers as Millennial Generations in Their Captions Purba, Dameria; Sinurat, Bloner; Herman, Herman
Anglophile Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Anglophile Journal
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This research was conducted in the aim to analyze the language style used by millennial generations in social media, instagram, in their daily captions. With Martin Joos' theory, five different language styles were examined. Frozen style is one of them, as are formal style, consulting style, casual and intimate style. The researchers applied qualitative research design to answer the research question and choose content analysis because the result of the data analyzed is the caption the teenager wrote on his Instagram account. The researchers used documentation as the research instrument. The researchers took 30 data from caption posted in January until July 2021. Data from the teen's Instagram caption was used in this study. There are thirty (30) pieces of data total. After conducting this research, it was found that the dominant style type on Instagram is casual style, which accounts for 17 cases (56.7%), formal style accounts for 10%, consultative style accounts for 2 cases (6.7%), intimate style accounts for 3 cases (23.3%), and frozen style accounts for one case (3,3). Participant, setting, and topic all have an impact on the language style you use. Because of the participant, setting, and topic, it may be determined that the teenagers primarily utilized a casual style Keywords: Language Style, Sociolinguistics, Language on Social Media
The Importance of Implementing Culturally Responsive Teaching on ASEAN Countries Trisnawati, Sri; Al-Kautsar, Karin Selma; Hamdiah, Hidayatul; Dewi, Sri Trisna
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A class with various need and kind of students has been widely issued among teachers especially in ASEAN countries. Several studies had been conducted to encounter the best solution to handle this issue. Therefore, this article was conducted as the effort to find the solution regarding this issue. This study focuses on Culturally Responsive Teaching in ASEAN countries through examining the previews studies regarding Culturally Responsive Teaching by using PRISMA protocol to collect articles that relevant to this study. The result found that based on 10 articles CRT has found two key points on this matter. Those are misconception of CRT and CRT as the bridge between teacher and student to overcome high-power distance. Keywords: Culturally Responsive Teaching, High-power distance, ASEAN
Pronoun, Personal Titles, and Variety of Java-Indonesian Language in Yowis Ben The Series Film: Contrastive Study Prastiyono, Yustri Agung; Fahmilda, Yacub; Latief, Suryawahyuni
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This study aimed to identify and to contrast differences in Javanese-Indonesian speech acts in the Yowis Ben The Series film. This study used a contrastive analysis study with a sociolinguistic approach, which in this context emphasizes the aspects of pronouns, personal titles, and language variations. The method used in this research was descriptive qualitative. The data in this study are speech acts in Javanese and Indonesian (translation) which are used as dialogues in the film. The data source in this study was taken from the Yowis Ben The Series film through the WeTV video streaming application. The results of this study indicated that there were differences usage of Javanese-Indonesian speech in aspects of pronouns, personal titles, and language variations. This difference was due to non-linguistic aspects, such as the speaker's background, age, position or degree of speech partners in society. Keywords: Speech Act, Contrastive Analysis, Sociolinguistic
Moral Value Comparison in Indonesian and British Folklores in Children Literature Silalahi, Ronald Maraden Parlindungan; Juliana, Rika; Citradi, Hanson; Cecilia, Cecilia
Anglophile Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Anglophile Journal
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Folklore is a story created by the community whose existence is intended to entertain children through stories containing moral values to have an essential role for children. It usually based on the culture of those who created them, making folklores from different areas unique in their ways, including the morals they teach. This article is qualitatively aimed to analyse and compare folklores from both Indonesia and Britain, finding similarities and differences in the moral values they teach. This research is directed to compare folklore originating from Indonesia and England because they both have different cultural backgrounds and analyse how each culture can differentiate between two similar stories. The new criticism theory is applied during the comparison process, divided into first analysing the story, ending with the morals that the story attempts to teach. The result of this study shows that, despite the difference in culture between the two cultures, their folklores can teach the same morals, as shown by “Saudagar yang Kikir” dan “The Old Witch”. On the other hand, ‘Legenda Batu Menangis’ and ‘Cap O’ Rushes’ contain different moral values and are more difficult to compare, despite both having familial themes.. Keywords: Children Literature, Indonesian and British Folkflores, Literature Study
The Effect of Collaborative Strategic Reading Toward Students Reading Skill Anwar, Ahmad Khoirul
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This article aimed to improve student’s skill in reading an English text. It is used Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR). This method consist of 4 steps those are : Preview, Click and Clunk, Get the Gist and Wrap Up with the purpose is improving students reading comprehension by working in the group. The research subject was 8 grade of SMP 1 Jogoroto. There were 18 males and 14 females in the sample of research. There were two cycle pretest and posttest, the pretest was done before the implementation of Collaborative strategic reading in the class and the posttest was done after the implementation of CSR technique in the class. The students reading skill before the teacher aplly the Collaborative strategic raeding was only 50% it because of the students not really know the pronounciation well but after the implementation of CSR technique in the class and the teacher aplly the steps in CSR technique well(preview, Click and clunk, get the gist and wrap up) the students reading skill was 100%. In term the student’s participation, the students actively answer the question from the exercise by working in a group and pay attention to the teachers’ explanation(feedback). Keywords: Collaborative Strategic Reading, Reading Comprehension, Reading Skill
Number Head Together (NHT) in Teaching Writing in EFL Classroom Hamdiah, Hidayatul; Yusoff, Nik Mohd Rahimi Nik
Anglophile Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2021): Anglophile Journal
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This article focused on the effectiveness of Number Head Together in teaching writing in the EFL Classroom. The aim of the study was to improve EFL students’ writing. This study was quantitative research and used an experimental design. The population was 30 students and the sample was 15 students. Purposive sampling was used in determining the sample of the study. The writing test was the instrument used to collect the data. The data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics and paired sample t-test to test the hypothesis. The students' instrument was an essay-informed descriptive text. Furthermore, the researchers used pre and post to compare scores before and after implied Number Head Together. The mean score of the pre-test was 49.06 at p = 1.364 and the post-test was 78.40 at p = 1.576 which was higher than 0.05 (as the standard significance level in SPSS). This value showed the differences before and after implementing Number Head Together. Hence, it can be concluded that Number Head Together was significantly effective in teaching writing in the tenth graders of Public Vocational High School (SMKN) 1 Janapria, Indonesia. However, The student's writing improves because in grouping the students able to help each other. Keywords: Number Head Together (NHT), EFL Classroom, Teaching Writing
Promoting Storytelling in Enhancing Health Vocational Students’ Speaking Achievement Istanto, Wisnu; Candra, Diah Arumita; Heryani, Heni
Anglophile Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Anglophile Journal
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Soft skills development requires the use of education media and forums. While storytelling may be used in competitions, media classes do not use it as a teaching media. Storytelling in the classroom hasn't been used to its fullest potential. English language proficiency can be improved through the use of digital storytelling, specifically on YouTube, by students. The study is intended to achieve similarities and discrepancies in the importance of the English-language achievement with general English and the implementation of digital storytelling. This study may be graded as an experimental investigation and classroom action research. This study employed cross-sectional research with independent speaking pre-test and post-test for experimental and control group design. Talking with storytelling therapy triggering different strategies is advised in experimental classes. It uses intervention research to change people's "talking," "doing" and "related practices". For the control group data combined with T-tests findings, a value of 0.417 has been achieved with an average value of -10.97436. In achieving speaking test outcomes, one may interpret that the treatment group has a more important meaning than the control group. The outcome of this study show that storytelling learning can help students at vocational health Level 2, more than the general English learning, achieve the high speaking achievement. Keywords: Promoting Storytelling, Speaking Achievement, Speaking Skill

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