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Beyond Linguistika: Journal of Linguistics and Language Education
ISSN : 26565323     EISSN : 28082451     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.36448/bl.v4i2
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Beyond Linguistika Journal of Linguistika and Language Education is a scientific journal that presents original articles on Linguistics and Language Education. This journal is a means of publication and a place to share research and development in the field of language globally. Complete information for loading articles and instructions for writing articles is available in every issue. The incoming article will be processed by the editor selection.
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FOURSQUARE IN ENGLISH EXPOSITORY TEXT CONSTRUCTION Yunita Hening
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Oktober
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This research proposes a method, namely four-square that the teachers can implement as scaffolding in teaching English as Foreign Language (EFL) writing. The introduction of four-square, mainly aims at the learners’ ability in creating written texts which are grammatically accurate and functional in social context. It is because this method might help the learners to construct a good text and to realize their linguistic mistakes in writing. The significant characteristic of four-square to the development of learners’ writing skill is the fact that it applies the process and genre approaches at the same time. In four-square, the learners consider the steps of writing; brainstorming the idea, prewriting, organizing, writing first draft, revising draft, and producing the final writing. In conclusion, four-square is a scaffolding in writing which might bring the learners to the sufficient and effective path of writing process.
SPEECH ACTS IN LANGUAGE COMMONLY USED BY PEDICAB DRIVERS IN PRAWIROTAMAN AREA OF YOGYAKARTA Anita Wijayanti; Rio Saputra
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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The objectives of this study is to describe (1) the types of speech acts used by pedicab drivers in Prawirotaman area of Yogyakarta and (2) the functions of the speech acts used by pedicab drivers in Prawirotaman area of Yogyakarta.The type of this study is a descriptive qualitative method. The sources of data used the utterances taken from the transcription of pedicab drivers in Prawirotaman area of Yogyakarta. The research instruments were the recorder to record the utterances produced by pedicab drivers in Prawirotaman area of Yogyakarta and the headset was used to hear the utterances produced by pedicab drivers. The technique that was used to analyze the data is a discourse analysis.This study shows that (1) based on the analysis, it can be concluded that there were four types illocutionary speech acts. They were commissive, directive, expressive, and representative. Based on the analysis, there were 4 utterances of commissive (30.7%), 3 utterances of directive (23.1%), 3 utterances of expressive (23.1%), and 3 utterances of representative (23.1%).  (2) Based on the result of analysis, the types of illocutionary speech acts of pedicab drivers’ utterances used by pedicap drivers in Prawirotaman area of Yogyakarta were commissive, directive, expressive, and representative. In commisive speech act, the pedicab drivers promised with the tourists that they would change their performed in order to get attentions from the other people. In directive, the pedicab driver used directives of request and command. The directive of request can be seen when the pedicab driver asked the tourist to give his command about bakpia as a special food from Yogyakarta. The directive of command can be seen when the tourists gave command that Bakpia is good and delicious. . In expressive, the pedicab driver often expressed the truth of the expressed proposition in his conversation. It happened when pedicab driver tried to give explanations about the specific location. In representative, the pedicab driver used expressive of thanking when tourists tanked to the pedicab driver because he had gave the money to get pedicab driver’s services.
THE EFFECT OF BOARD GAMES ON STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE Yanuar Dwi Prastyo; Silviyani Silviyani; Yanuarius Yanu Dharmawan
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Oktober
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Being able to use English is the value of communication that students must have. Many students’ especially Indonesian students are still lacking in communicating using English. As teachers, we must facilitate students to be able to learn students' communicative competence. Therefore, in this study the researchers tried to use board games as learning media for students' communicative competence. Board games can create conditions that make students communicate easier to do. In this game, students are divided into groups so that students find it easier to share their opinions with their friends in small groups. The formulation of the problem in this study is there a significant effect of board games on students' communicative competence at the 10th grade of SMK Swadhipa 2 Natar? This research method uses quantitative methods. The results of this study are the average value of the control class is 0.17, while the average value of the experimental class is 0.71. It can be concluded that board games are effective for teaching students' communicative competence.
An Analysis of Using Duolingo Application in Improving Students’ Vocabulary Mastery at 10th Grade of SMA YADIKA Bandar Lampung Desi Derina Yusda; Deri Sis Nanda; Tara Lusiana Mahdi Pratiwi; Haninun Haninun
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Oktober
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Pratiwi, (2020) An Analysis of Using Duolingo in Improving Students’ Vocabulary Mastery of 10th Grade at SMA YADIKA Bandar Lampung SMA YADIKA Bandar Lampung is one of the many schools in Bandar Lampung, researchers found several problems during observation. Some students said that they liked learning English but they found it difficult to express their skills due to lack of vocabulary, and the learning techniques used were still difficult to apply with this phenomenon. Teachers should use a lot of media, but in reality, the teacher only focuses on textbooks and manuals, teachers must be able to make students more eager to learn English and not make students stress when learning English. In this study, researchers used qualitative methods, precisely descriptive qualitative. The purpose of this study was to obtain evidence about how to use the Duolingo application in students' vocabulary mastery. The data source of this research is a video documentation of the learning process. The text is taken from interviews with students and students' opinions by distributing a list of questions. The results showed that the use of Duolingo Application as a Media in mastering the vocabulary of tenth-grade students at SMA YADIKA Bandar Lampung, it can be concluded that Duolingo Application has had a positive influence, this can be seen from the increased motivation, and students' Vocabulary Mastery; and the Duolingo Application has strengths namely Learning Through Technology, Language Courses, Duolingo Application Content, and Free registration and then its weaknesses, there are disadvantages of the Duolingo Application namely the Internet, Translations, and Features. So, it can be concluded that the Duolingo Application directly has a positive effect on tenth graders at Bandar Lampung YADIKA High School in vocabulary mastery.
THE USE OF LYRICSTRAINING.COM ON LISTENING CLASS OF FIRST SEMESTER STUDENTS OF ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION FACULTY (FKIP) UNIVERSITAS BANDAR LAMPUNG Yanuarius Yanu Darmawan; Deasy Prischilla
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Oktober
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The aim of this research is to investigate the students’ perceptions on the implementation of LyricsTraining.com in Listening class at first semester of English Education Study Program Teacher Training and Education Faculty (FKIP) Universitas Bandar Lampung. In this research, we used descriptive qualitative method. The purpose of this method was to investigate each phenomena or the students’ behavior then described it in paragraph. It was also used to get the detailed, precise, and well-organized explanation about their perceptions while using the LyricsTraining.com. The research was done for first semester of English Education Study Program Teacher Training and Education Faculty (FKIP) Universitas Bandar Lampung. To collect the data, I was observations, questionnaire, and interview. The collected data was analyzed by combining the result of observation, questionnaire, and interview in detail.The results of this research showed that LyricsTraining.com affected positively in increasing the students’ interest and motivation in learning listening.
THE EQUIVALENCE OF THE INDONESIAN TRANSLATION OF CHRISTIANITY-RELATED TERMS IN DAN BROWN’S ANGELS AND DEMONS Harris Hermasnyah Setiajid; Almira Ghassani Shabrina Romala; Theresia Enny Anggraini; Angela Marici Yuca Amadea
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Oktober
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Different literary works are translated. Angels and Demons by Dan Brown. Even if the message changes during the communication process, the translation must maintain the original meaning. To create appropriate connection between the author and the reader, the translated Christian terminology in Angels and Demons must be equivalent to the original. This study's major goal is to categorize the equivalency and readability of Christian terminology in the novel. They are interpreted in various ways, and some phenomena occur during conversion. Because the translator's understanding is different from the readers', the researcher attempts to compare the translation. The readability of the terms can be answered by the equivalency of the translation. This study used library and survey methodologies. Using the library technique, researchers compared many theories and studies. The researcher gave out questionnaires with Christian words translated into Indonesian. Christian and non-Christian responses were separated. The researcher used the data from the respondents to obtain the solutions to this study problem formulation, which is the equivalency and legibility of Christian-related phrases. The chosen data have some special differences in the TL products based on the categorization of the data. In terms of TL's product, both dynamic and formal translation have different processes in selecting diction for the TL's reader. Because no other diction truly represents the meaning of the chosen diction, the official translation manages to be stiff and conventional. The categorizations dynamic translation is flexible and offers numerous options.
THE NEXUS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND POLICE BRUTALITY PROTESTS IN THE U.S. Nugraheni Widianingtyas; Achmad Munjid
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 4, No 1 (2021): April
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Dozens of black people die at the hands of law enforcement every year. However, the Black Lives Matter movement and racial justice protests erupted massively in 2020 in response to the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, Daniel, and many other black victims. It is not just a matter of police shooting. There is another underlying determinant that deserves a deeper investigation contributing to the big chaos last year whose impact is still being felt today. This study intends to discuss the unspoken reasons why Police brutality protests in 2020 were more tense and arousing public concern than in previous years. This study subsumed under a phenomenological study as discriminatory experiences of African-Americans become the main discussion. Further, the analysis of this qualitative study relies on the writer's interpretation. The results show that the vulnerability to the Covid-19 outbreak that began in early 2020 spread unevenly involving race and ethnicity. Black and other minority groups have suffered greater depression as cities with large black populations have become hotspots for the coronavirus and 23% of the deaths from the pandemic are black Americans. The covid-19 outbreak has aggravated the life of black Americans and is a strongly adverse determinant that plays behind the outburst of black Americans' anger at the death of their community members at the hands of police last year.
THE ECLECTIC USE OF THE PROCESS AND THE GENRE APPROACHES THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FOURSQUARE TECHNIQUE IN TEACHING EFL WRITING Eko Windu Prasetya
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Oktober
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This paper proposes a technique, namely Four Square, that the teachers can implement as an answer to the basic challenge in teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) writing, that is to shape the learners to be more creative and productive in writing. The introduction of Four Square, mainly aims at the learners’ ability in creating written texts which are grammatically accurate and functional in social context. The significant characteristic of Four Square to the development of learners’ writing skill is the fact that it applies the process and genre approaches at the same time. The two approaches are necessary in making the learners more thoughtful in the sense of their creativity in expressing ideas and of their understanding of readership. In Four Square, the learners consider the steps of writing; exploring idea, prewriting, organizing, writing first draft, revising draft, and producing the final copy, as well as consider the readership; the audience, purpose, and social function of the writing they produced. Thus, Four Square will bring the learners to the sufficient and effective path of writing process and will enable them to write more meaningful to the readership.
Raising Students’ Executive Cognitive Function through Students-Centered Learning Approach in Teaching Creative Writing Emanuella Christine Natalia Mau
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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Aristotle once said that art is the imitation of life. Therefore, art production is similar to mimic society and life itself. Writing, one of art productions, needs to also mirroring human life and society. Revolution Industry 4.0 has demanded human to be more creative and digitally literate. It also demands a shifting paradigm to teach the millennial students in the 4.0 revolution industry. The millennial students, according to Millennials Go To College (2003) by Neil Howe and William Strauss, shows characteristics as follows: special, sheltered, confident, team-oriented, achieving, pressured, and conventional. Those characteristics need to be supported by good skills of Executive Cognitive Function in their learning to survive the 4.0 revolution industry. Thus, this paper is written to see the contribution of Student-Centered Learning in facilitating the millennial students’ through collaborative and co-operative learning in raising the Executive Cognitive Function skills in creative writing course. Key words: Executive Cognitive Function; Student-Centered Learning; Collaborative Learning; Co-operative Learning
TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS TOWARD PICTURES USAGE AND STUDENTS’ VISUALSPATIAL INTELLIGENCE IN TEACHING VOCABULARY Wirathama Hazera Putra; Yuliasari Yuliasari; Susanto Susanto
BEYOND LINGUISTIKA (Journal of Linguistics and Language Education) Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Oktober
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This research discusses the teachers’ perceptions toward the contribution of vocabulary teaching with pictures for students’ visual-spatial intelligence. Visual-spatial intelligence is the potential for representing the spatial world internally in one’s mind as used in reading maps and charts, drawing, solving mazes and puzzles, imagining and visualizing. This research is qualitative research. The data was analysis by combining the result from the questionnaire and interview. Based on the results of the questionnaires and interviews, the teachers agreed that teaching vocabulary with pictures made their students more interested and active. They also agree that this method has a positive impact on the learning process of teaching vocabulary. In addition, the teachers stated that teaching vocabulary using pictures was very helpful and contributed to them in attracting students' attention. According to them, teaching using images is very important for students who have their visual-spatial intelligence. With this method, it becomes easier for them to imagine the form of a picture from a vocabulary.