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Journal Of Academia In English Educations (JADEs)
ISSN : 27220168     EISSN : 27979245     DOI : 10.32505
JADEs is an acronym for Journal of Academia in English Education. JADEs is a journal published by English Language Education and Teacher training Program, State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Langsa. JADEs is published twice a year both online and printed forms containing the results of studies and research in the fields of English Education, Literature and English Applied Linguistics. It also includes related articles from various perspectives and analysis from various sources. JADEs: Journal of Academia in English Language Educations invites scholars, researchers, and students to contribute the result of their studies and researches on Language, English Language Education, Linguistics and Literature. English Language Teaching Language Education Linguistics Literature
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 24 Documents
Islamic Values in English Learning Wahidah, Yuliana,
JADEs Journal of Academia in English Education Vol 2 No 1 (2021): JADEs Journal of Academia in English Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (224.56 KB) | DOI: 10.32505/jades.v2i1.3217

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The purposes of this study are to analyze how the English learning materials are provided by an English teacher and what moral values are contained in English learning materials to improve students’ interest in learning English. To achieve the purposes of this study, the researcher used qualitative approach with case study type by taking place at MAS Nurul fata and data collection techniques are observation and interview with an English teacher and four students at the tenth grade students of MAS Nurul Fata. The data analysis in this study used Miles and Huberman framework. The result of this research showed that the English learning materials provided by teacher to the tenth-grade students are narrative text, announcement text and expressing an invitation. The moral values are contained in narrative text material are morals toward Allah in the form resignation, patience and sincere. The moral values are contained in announcement text material are moral toward environment in the form always clean and beautify the environment. The moral value is contained in expressing an invitation is moral toward fellow humans in the form hospitality.
Teacher Professional Development Zulfitri, Zulfitri
JADEs : Journal of Academia in English Educations Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JADEs- Journal of Academia in English Educations
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Professionalism of teachers is often attributed to three factors are quite important, namely the competence of teachers, teacher certification and teacher professional allowance. The third factor is the background that was allegedly closely associated with the quality of education. Professional teachers as evidenced by its competence shall promote the establishment process and product performance which can support the quality of education. Competent teachers can be evidenced by the acquisition of teacher certification following an adequate allowance according to the size of Indonesia. Today, there are a number of teachers who have been certified, it will be certified, has gained professional allowance, and will acquire the professional allowance. The fact that the teachers have been certified is a strong assumption, that the teacher already has competence. The problem that arises then, that the teacher is assumed to have had the competence which is only based on the assumption that they have been certified; it seems in the long term it is difficult to be accountable academically. Evidence have been certified, the teacher is present condition, which is generally a quality teacher resources shortly after certification. Therefore, the certification is closely related to the learning process, the certification cannot be assumed to reflect the competence of a superior lifetime. Post- certification should be an early milestone for teachers to constantly improve competence by means of long-life learning. To facilitate the improvement of teacher competence, it is necessary that a competence is initiated in order to manage the development of teachers’ professionalism.
The Effect of Semantic Mapping Strategy On Students’ Speaking Achievement In Smp Budi Murni 3 Fitri Sinurat, Firdha Sabrina
JADEs : Journal of Academia in English Educations Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JADEs- Journal of Academia in English Educations
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This study aims to discover the effect of applying Semantic Mapping Strategy on students’ speaking achievement. It will be conducted by using experimental research design. The population of this research is the eight (VIII) grade students of SMP Budi Murni 3. The samples of the research are two classes divided into two groups, experimental and control group which will be chosen by using random sampling technique. Thirty-one students will be taken as the samples. The experimental group will be taught by using Semantic Mapping Strategy, while the control group will be taught by without using Semantic Mapping Strategy. After analyzing the data, it was found that the value of tobserved was 3,12 with the degree of freedom (df)=60 at the level of significance p (0,05) = 2,000. It means that tobserved is higher than ttable (3,12>2,000). The result of this study shows that Semantic Mapping Strategy is significant effect on students’ speaking achievement.
Developing Vocabulary Materials for Teaching Learning Process Fitriah, Fitriah
JADEs : Journal of Academia in English Educations Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JADEs- Journal of Academia in English Educations
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Language instruction has five important components that they are students, a teacher, materials, teaching methods and evaluation. Teaching materials should help the students to learn or as a part of the class activities of instruction learning in the class. The materials should help the teacher and the students. Ideally, teaching materials will be tailored to the content in which they are being used, to the students in whose class they are being used, and the teacher. Teaching materials come in many shapes and sizes, but they all in common the ability to support students learning. So, teaching materials can support students learning and increase students’ success. Hence, instructional materials for effective teaching. The quality of those materials is a valuable skill that the teacher must be mastered. The materials chosen in teaching learning include textbook that extent to which a curriculum that will involve teacher made material, which content of additional activities and exercises, handouts, charts, review sheets, etc.
Students Problem in Translating Pragmatic Equivalency M. Amin, Fakhrurrazi
JADEs : Journal of Academia in English Educations Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JADEs- Journal of Academia in English Educations
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (293.322 KB) | DOI: 10.32505/jades.v1i1.2705

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The objective of the study is to analyze students’ problem in pragmatic equivalence from Source Language to Target Language. The research applied qualitative method, data collected through questionnaire, interview, and observation. To process the data, interactive model of Miles and Huberman was applied to find out the result of the research. The subject of the study was the sixth semester students of English Education Department who are taken a translation class. The result showed that there are several problems faced by students on pragmatic equivalence from Source Language to Target Language in translation class. Those problems are coherence process, implicature/idiom, language structure, quality and velocity. And they faced the problem with many factors including on lack of understanding and mastering the material while translation learning occurs. Based on these finding it can be concluded that has faced the problem in pragmatic equivalence.
An analysis of Students Ability in Skimming and Scanning in Reading Class of English Department FTIK IAIN LANGSA Putra, Bona
JADEs : Journal of Academia in English Educations Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JADEs- Journal of Academia in English Educations
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The purposes of this study were to find out the ability of students in Skimming and Scanning and to investigate how the students apply the procedure in Skimming and Scanning in Reading class. This study applied a descriptive qualitative approach. The writer used purposive sampling. The writer had nine respondents. The writer used documentation and observation as the instrument. Based on the results, indicated that in skimming, the students made a question, some also looked at the table of contents, they read or browsed at high speed, but some students were still affected to Look at reading topics. Then all students stopped when they found the topic they were looking for. but some students were not careful when text a reading. In scanning, the students also saw the table of contents first, but some students directly browsed to the page they wanted to find, besides, the students also read the background, and they also read the conclusions at a glance.
Elizabethan Period (The Golden Age of English Literature) Adha, Ruly
JADEs : Journal of Academia in English Educations Vol 1 No 1 (2020): JADEs- Journal of Academia in English Educations
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English literature has been developed in some period. Each period has its own characteristics which portrayed the condition of the age. The period of English literature is started from Old English until Modern English. English literature becomes glorious when Queen Elizabeth I ruled England. This age is known as Elizabethan period. In this period, there are many literary works such as poetry, drama which are produced by famous artists. The literary works produced in Elizabethan period is famous and the existence of the literary works can be seen nowadays. Furthermore, some literary works, such as drama, are reproduced into movie. Therefore, this period is also known as the golden age of English Literature.
The Relationship Between Student’s Interest in Learning English And Their Speaking Ability at Muq Langsa Nadia Riski Lestari
JADEs Journal of Academia in English Education Vol 1 No 2 (2020): JADEs- Journal of Academia in English Educations
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This research was conducted to investigate the relationship between students’ interest in learning English and their Speaking Ability. Interest is a tendency that the people know things or love some activities. Then, learning English is the important aspect to communication. The objective of study was to find out the relationship students’ interest in learning English and the impact of students’ interest in learning English. This research used qualitative research with descriptive design. The number of subjects were 15 students and only one teacher as informant. The research instrument was observation and interview. The result of research based on the researcher interview and observation, the researcher found that there is relationship between students’ interest in learning English and their speaking ability at the second-grade students at MUQ Langsa. The reason of students’ interest in learning English would like to try practice every time and also mastery speaking skill were important for students. Furthermore, there were impact of students’ interest in learning English for their speaking. It can be concluded that the relationship of students’ interest in learning English gave impact for students speaking ability.
The Extrovert and Introvert Students’ in Speaking Ability of English Department at IAIN Langsa Selvianita Rahayu
JADEs Journal of Academia in English Education Vol 1 No 2 (2020): JADEs- Journal of Academia in English Educations
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This research investigates about Extrovert and Introvert students in speaking ability of English Department at IAIN Langsa. Extrovert personality has characteristic interest in the external object and more friendly. Introvert are people that hold all of from external happenings, and dislike of large social. The aim of study investigated about whether significant difference between Extrovert and introvert students in speaking ability. The research method of study used qualitative method with descriptive research. The subject of research consisted 10 students who are 3 extrovert students and 7 introvert students. the instrument that used in this research was observation and interview. Based on the result of research students with extrovert type more active, friendly, and responsively in speaking class. Based on the observation and interview result students’ extrovert they more enjoyed in speaking class and brave to give comments or speak in class meeting. They were type personality who are preferring to practice speaking and share their opinions more often. While, students of their introverted personality are more silent, they only speak as necessary. The introvert students do not more to express themselves and they were afraid to share their opinions. It can be concluded that students extrovert personality more active in speaking ability and their interest in speaking class.
The Effect of Reward and Punishment in Increasing Students’ Motivation to Learn English Radeni Hapesah
JADEs Journal of Academia in English Education Vol 1 No 2 (2020): JADEs- Journal of Academia in English Educations
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This research conducted to know the effect of reward and punishment in learning English at MA Nurul Falah Tg. Marulak in the academic year of 2020/2021. Reward is a tool educated students to able delight on their working got reward and punishment is interpreted as act presenting unpleasant or undiserable consequence certain behaviours. The research used quantitative method with quasi experimental design. The number of population of this research was the class eleventh grade MA Nurul Falah Tg. Marulak and the subject of this research was taken from 25 students of Experimental class and 25 students of control class. The instrument of research used questionnaire and test. The result of questionnaire there were 90% students more loved get reward and punishment and their motivation more increase by used reward and punishment. The data were analyzed by using reward and punishment in experimental class score mean of post-test 87.25 and the score mean post-test in control class was 81,75. At the significance level of α = 0.05 % with df = 48. It can be concluded that reward and punishment gave effect for students’ motivation in learning English at the eleventh-grade students MA Nurul Falah Tg. Marulak.

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