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Education Journal : English as Foreign Language
Published by Universitas Jember
ISSN : 23384190     EISSN : 28278402     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education, Social,
The Journal presents information and ideas on English as a foreign language (EFL) learning and teaching. Articles based on the teachers’ research findings are of primary interest and relevance to the EFL teacher training and education, Jember University.
Articles 46 Documents
Using Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) to Improve Junior High School Students’ Participation and Reading Comprehension Achievement Rosa, Rainia Adina Winda; Tasnim, Zakiyah; Fitriyah, Siti Masrifatul
EFL Education Journal Vol 8 No 3 (2021): Vol. 8. No. 3. NOVEMBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (778.295 KB) | DOI: 10.19184/eej.v8i3.28390

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This classroom action research, with one cycle, was aimed at improving junior high school students’ participation and reading comprehension achievement by using the Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) approach. Observation, pre-test and post-test were used to collect the data. The collected data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics with a percentage formula. The research results showed that the student's participation during the teaching and learning process of reading comprehension by applying TBLT improved from 73.9% in the second meeting, to 90 % in the third meeting, and to 100% in the fourth meeting. In addition, the students’ reading comprehension achievement also improved from 35% in the pre-test to 81% in the post-test. Therefore, junior high school English teachers are suggested to apply TBLT in teaching reading comprehension.
A Study of the Tenth Grade Students’ Narrative Writing Achievement at SMAN 2 Jember Ariani, Musli; Lazuardin, Zenela; Putra, Bambang Arya Widja
EFL Education Journal Vol 3 No 3 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19184/eej.v3i3.7247

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This research was intended to describe the tenth grade students’ narrative writing achievement at SMAN 2 Jember. The area and subjects of this research were chosen purposively by using purposive method. The research design was descriptive study. The research data were obtained by test, interview, and documentation. Based on the research finding dealing with the result of the tenth grade students’ narrative writing achievement at SMAN 2 Jember, it was found that there were 2 students (5,13%) who were categorized as excellent, 13 students (33,33%) who were categorized very good, 12 students (30,77%) who were categorized good, 12 students (30,77%) who were categorized as average, and no student (0%) who were categorized fair, poor, and very poor. This means that the tenth grade students’ narrative writing achievement at SMAN 2 Jember was categorized good.
Enhancing The Eighth Grade Students' Vocabulary Achievement By Using Pelmanism Game At SMPN 5 Jember Pratiwi, Bella; Ariani, Musli; Ariyanto , Sugeng
EFL Education Journal Vol 3 No 3 (2016)
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This classroom action research was intended to enhance the eighth grade students’ vocabulary achievement at SMPN 5 Jember by using pelmanism game. Purposive method was used to choose the research area and the research subject. The primary data were collected by using observation and vocabulary test. The supporting data were collected by interview and documentation. Both the results of observation and the vocabulary test were analyzed statistically by using percentage formula. The students’ participation in Cycle 1 was 58.5% and in Cycle 2 was 77%. Meanwhile, the result of students’ vocabulary achievement in Cycle 1 was 75% and in Cycle 2 was 80%. It means that the use of pelmanism game could enhance the students’ vocabulary achievement. Therefore, it is suggested to use pelmanism game to enhance the students’ vocabulary achievement.
Enhancing the Students’ Reading Comprehension Achievement through Skimming and Scanning Techniques in Senior High School Arifitriyanti, Ikhlasil Amalia; Wijaputra, Bambang Arya; Sukmaantara, I Putu
EFL Education Journal Vol 8 No 3 (2021): Vol. 8. No. 3. NOVEMBER 2021
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This research was intended to enhance the students’ participation and reading comprehension achievement by using Skimming and Scanning Techniques at MAN 1 Jember that was conducted collaboratively with the English teacher. The design of the research was classroom action research. The research participants was the X IPA 4 grade students of MAN 1 Jember. The implementation of skimming and scanning techniques could improve the tenth IPA 4 grade students’ active participation in the reading teaching learning process. The result of the observation showed that the percentage of students’ active participation improved from 75.76% in meeting 1 to 78.79% in meeting 2. Furthermore, the implementation of skimming and scanning techniques could enhance the tenth IPA 4 grade students’ reading comprehension achievement in the reading teaching learning process. The result of the reading test showed that the percentage of the students who got at least 75 was 78.79% or 26 students of 33 students. Based on the result above, it could be concluded that both the result of observation and reading comprehension achievement test had achieved the success criteria of this classroom action research in cycle 1.
Using Roundtable Technique to Enhance the Eleventh Grade Students' Narrative Writing Achievement at MAN 2 Jember Ismatullah, Maulidiyah; suharjito, bambang; Andayani T, Made Adi
EFL Education Journal Vol 3 No 3 (2016)
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The objectives of this research were to improve the eleventh grade students'narrative writing achievement and their participation by using roundtable technique atMAN 2 Jember in the 2015/2016 academic year. The research design was classroom actionresearch. The subject area of this research was chosen purposively. The research subjectwas the eleventh science 1 which was chosen based on the observation and the previouswriting score from the English teacher. The data were collected by administering thewriting test, observation, interview and documentation. This research was done in 2 cycles.The results in each cycle showed improvement of the students narrative writingachievement and students' active participation. The results in Cycle 2 had met the criteria ofthe success that indicatedthat the use of roundtable technique could improve the students'narrative writing achievement and also their active participation in teaching and learningprocess of writing at MAN 2 Jember
The Yuen’s Dimension-Based Cultural Diversities in the ELT Textbook For Senior High School Students Setyawaningsih, Sari Putri; Setyono, Budi; Rofiq, Annur
EFL Education Journal Vol 8 No 3 (2021): Vol. 8. No. 3. NOVEMBER 2021
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The present study uses critical discourse analysis (CDA) to examine the representation of cultural diversities in the first year of senior high school English textbook published by a non-government publisher. Data of the present study are texts and pictures that represent cultural diversities in an Indonesian ELT textbook. The findings revealed that there are four cultural categories based on Yuen’s cultural dimensions (i.e product, practice, person, and perspective) coming from inner, outer, and expanding circle countries. The implication is that the visual materials must be balanced with the verbal materials. Keywords: Critical discourse analysis, cultural diversities, ELT textbook, senior high school, Indonesia.
Using Pop-up Pictures to Improve the Eighth Grade Students’ Vocabulary Suharjito, Bambang; Wijayanti, Sheila; Sukmaantara, I Putu
EFL Education Journal Vol 3 No 2 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19184/eej.v3i2.7250

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This Classroom Action Research was intended to improve the VIII-C students’ participation and vocabulary achievement by using Pop-up Pictures at SMPN 1 Beji - Pasuruan. The research area was chosen by using purposive method. The data collection methods of this research were interview, observation, documentation, and vocabulary achievement test. The research participants were VIII-C students. This research was held collaboratively between the researcher and the English teacher. The research was done in two cycles while each cycle consisted of three meetings. The observation result in Cycle 1 showed that the average of the students’ participation was only 65%. It increased to 77.5% the observation result in Cycle 2. Additionally, there were only 65% students who got score 70 in Cycle 1 and it was 77.5% students got score 70 or higher in the vocabulary achievement test in Cycle 2. It means that the objectives of the research were successful. Keywords: Pop-up Pictures, Students' Participation, Students' Vocabulary
The Effect of Using Stick Figures on the Eighth Grade Students’ Reading Comprehension Achievement at SMPN 7 Bondowoso Ramadhani, Novita Fitria; Tasnim, Zakiyah; Ariyanto, Sugeng
EFL Education Journal Vol 3 No 3 (2016)
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This research was intended to know whether or not there was a significanteffect of using stick figures on the eighth grade students’ reading comprehensionachievement at SMPN 7 Bondowoso in the 2015/2016 academic year. The research designwas Experimental Research. The research area was chosen by using purposive methodwhile cluster random sampling was used to determine the research respondents. The datawere collected by using a test, interview, and documentation. The collected data from thepost test were analyzed by using Independent Sample t-test with SPSS computing system.The analysis results showed that the significant value was 0.009 which was less than 0.05.From the hypothesis verification, it was known that there was a significant effect of usingstick figures on the eighth grade students’ reading comprehension achievement at SMPN 7Bondowoso in the 2015/2016 academic year.
Using Animated Video Caption to Improve the Tenth Grade Students’ Reading Comprehension Achievement Sari, Tika Yulanda; Ariyanto, Sugeng; Wahjuningsih, Eka
EFL Education Journal Vol 8 No 3 (2021): Vol. 8. No. 3. NOVEMBER 2021
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This classroom action research was aimed to improve the tenth grade students’ reading comprehension achievement by animated video caption at MAM 01 Jember. It was conducted collaboratively with the English teacher. The research participants were X IPS 1 students of MAM 01 Jember. The result of observation in cycle 1 and cycle 2 showed that students could work well and the students active participation improved from 78% in cycle 1 to 84% in cycle 2. Besides, there were 75% of 16 students who achieved the target score that was ≥70 in cycle 1. In cycle 2, there were 81% of 16 students who achieved the target scores. It means that there was improvement of the students’ reading comprehension achievement in cycle 1 to cycle 2. It can be concluded that the implementation of animated video caption could improve X IPS 1 grade students’ reading comprehension achievement and their active participation in joining teaching learning process of reading.
The Effect of Using Different Types of Tasks on the tenth Grade Students' Reading Comprehension Achievement Permatasari, Diayu Galuh; Bindarti, Wiwiek Eko; Tasnim, Zakiyah
EFL Education Journal Vol 3 No 2 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (277.111 KB) | DOI: 10.19184/eej.v3i2.4773

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This research was aimed to know the effect of using different types of tasks on students' reading comprehension achievement. The research design of wasa quasi-experimental with non-equivalent group post-test-only design. Clusterrandom sampling was used to determine the respondents of the research. . Theresearch area was at MA Al-Qodiri Jember. The research respondents were thetenth grade students chosen as the experimental and the control groups by lottery.The data of this research were obtained by doing interview, documentation and test.The research data were analyzed by using t-test. The result of t-test showed thatthere was a significant mean score difference between the two classes. Therefore,using different types of tasks gave a significant effect on the eighth grade students'reading comprehension achievement at MA. Al-Qodiri Jember.