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New Language Dimensions
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27468968     DOI : https://doi.org/10.26740/nld.v2i2
Core Subject : Education,
New Language Dimensions emphasizes on the publication of original articles as an academic network providing appealing and interdisciplinary discussions on literature, language and teaching. It is expected to reach out wider reader and writers, bringing the academic dialogue into multiple audiences both on the educational and manucfacturing levels.
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Social Relations Reflected in the Use of Phatic Communication Viewed from Critical Classroom Discourse Analysis Muh Fajar Fajar; Henny Sulistyowati
New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1, June 2022
Publisher : English Department, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

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Studying social relations embedded in the use of phatic expression plays an important role to detect the position of each participant in the communication events. This research was aimed at investigating how the lecturers of the English Department STKIP PGRI Jombang enacted phatic communication as part of a power and solidarity strategy in maintaining good social relations through dialogues with their students. It employed qualitative research by adopting the theory of critical classroom discourse analysis to investigate how the lecturer enacted phatic communication as power and solidarity strategies to the students in the classroom. It related the examination of phatic communication and social analysis to get true data analysis of the research. The findings showed the lecturers enacted phatic communication as a powerful strategy for their students by addressing the students in terms of the learning process and controlling the preparation of the group discussion. Furthermore, the lecturers also enacted phatic communication as a solidarity strategy with their students by exercising personal experiences and expressing sad feelings to the student whose father passed away. Thus, it could be concluded that when the lecturers exercised power over the students indicated that their social relations are unequal. On the contrary, the solidarity exposed by the lecturers to their students indicated that their social relations are equal.
Self-Regulated Training to Reduce Speaking Anxiety of Senior High School Students in Online English Learning Nilam Sari
New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1, June 2022
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Research in speaking anxiety has been done by some previous studies, however, none of them has investigated the effect of self-regulated strategy training on reducing symptoms of speaking anxiety in online learning. Therefore, this study aims to investigate the symptoms of speaking anxiety reported by students before and after following self-regulated strategy training and also explain how the self-regulated strategy training help students to reduce the symptoms of speaking anxiety during online learning. The researcher used pre-experimental method which was a one-group pre-posttest. There were 20 students from Senior high school as the sample. The instruments used were questionnaire and interview. To collect the data, a questionnaire and interview was distributed. The obtained data were analyzed using SPSS Statistics, specifically paired sample t-tests and transcribing from interview’s result. The result of this research reveals that students have symptoms of anxiety before following self-regulated strategy training including tenseness, worried, confusing, jumbling, panic, trembling, stiffing, palpitation, sleep disturbances and perspiring. However, after following self-regulated strategy training the students can reduce all the symptoms. In conclusion, self-regulated training could reduce symptoms of speaking anxiety during online English learning.
Disagreement Strategies of Madurese Senior High School and College Graduates Rahma Kristiyanti; Dwijani Ratnadewi; Armeria Wijaya
New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1, June 2022
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Research on disagreement is always associated with politeness. Research on politeness strategies for native local language outside the actual location has not much observed. This research aims to identify the disagreement strategies in Indonesian used by Senior High School (SHS) and College (C) graduates of Madurese who have lived in Surabaya for more than five years. This study used a survey design (quantitative method) by applying a questionnaire and interview as the instruments. The subjects of this research were 25 SHS graduates and 25 C graduates. To analyze the data, SPSS version 2.0 was used. The results of data analysis showed that Madurese SHS and C graduates chose the disagreement strategy of expression of regret, contradiction, hedges opinion, counterclaims and token agreement. The expression of regret and counterclaims strategy served as the dominant strategies mostly expressed with the reason that they were common, easy and the most suitable strategy for disagreeing. 
The Implementation of 3-2-1 Strategy in Teaching Reading through Online Learning Putu Melia Dewi; Ni Made Ratminingsih; I Nyoman Pasek Hadi Saputra
New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1, June 2022
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This study aimed to investigate the effect of the implementation of 3-2-1 strategy in teaching reading through online learning towards the eighth-grade students’ reading comprehension of SMP Negeri 4 Busungbiu. This study was an experimental research with Pretest-Posttest Control Group Design. Two classes of the eighth-grade students in SMP Negeri 4 Busungbiu were selected as the sample of the study through cluster random sampling technique. Class VIII C was the experimental group which was taught reading through online learning by using 3-2-1 strategy, while class VIII A was the control group which was taught by using the conventional method. The pre-test and post-test data obtained in this study were analyzed descriptively and inferentially using SPSS 23.0. The result of the data analysis showed that the students in the experimental group performed better than the students in the control group after being given treatment. It was proven by the result of the descriptive analysis that showed the mean score of the experimental group (81.29) was higher than the mean score of the control group (69.81) in the post-test. Furthermore, the result of the independent sample t-test showed that the p-value of pre-test was 0.535 (> α = 0.05) and the p-value of post-test was 0.000 (< α = 0.05). Thus, it can be concluded that the implementation of 3-2-1 strategy gave a significant effect on the eighth-grade students’ reading comprehension achievement of SMP Negeri 4 Busungbiu.
English in Shop Signs: Exploring the Bilingual Creativities Found in the Tourism Landscape in Malang and Batu Dewianti Khazanah; Reni Kusumaningputri; Riskia Setiarini; Syamsul Anam; Hadi Sampurna
New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1, June 2022
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As popular tourist sites, Malang and Batu in East Java are multicultural and multilingual in nature with at least local languages and national language being used on a daily basis. With globalization and growing markets for business, contacts among their citizens create captivating language/ linguistic landscapes. Many previous research have focused on the vitality and salience of language representations in signboards and discussed the impacts they have on the sociolinguistic reality of the people. This current study, however, explores the bilingual/ multilingual play of the languages used in shop signs in these cities and the possible effects they create. Of 88 signboards under investigation, lexical hybridization- Englishized spelling and hybrid compounding- and bilingual creativity at the syntactic level were the most used strategies. Other textual processes which were commonly found in the signboards are bilingual punning, bilingual rhyming, and mock Englishization. The semantic feature was commonly used as the complementary relationship between language and the content. Effects of these creative processes are projecting modernism, sophistication, association with the international market, ludic effect as an attention-getter, and facilitating memorization.
Significant Relationship between Anxiety Level and Oral Communication Performances: The Case of English Education Learners Muhammad Jibril Obert Janitra; Khoirul Anwar
New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): New Language Dimensions Vol. 3 No. 1, June 2022
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This study was conducted to find a correlation between students’ anxiety level and their relation to speaking performances, a quantitative research design using correlation method was used in conjunction with SPSS software to determine the connection between both variables. The method of anxiety data collection was accomplished through online FLCAS questionnaires with participants from English Education major learners from Universitas Muhammadiyah Gresik in the fourth semester, all which would be then correlated to their final speaking score provided by the lecturer. The result found that there is a significant correlation between EFL Anxiety and students’ speaking performances with r= -.702 and p= .000. Therefore, it can be claimed that N0 was rejected while Na was accepted. When compared to results from previous studies on anxiety from non-English department, this shows that anxiety also negatively affect learners who enrolled in English specialized major, and not limited to learners who need to participate English lesson in compulsory class.
Profiling Student Teachers Tendencies on Peer Review Production Eva Rahmawati
New Language Dimensions Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): New Language Dimensions Vol. 1 No. 1, June 2020
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ABSTRACT This is a report of a preliminary study focused on investigating student teachers tendencies of peer review production. The research is a basis for a more comprehensive research aiming to explain how the aforementioned tendencies affect the effectiveness of peer review. The data collected were in the form of students written commentaries taken from three expository and argumentative essay writing assignments. These data were collected from eight students, four high achievers and four low achievers. On the courses first meeting, an essay writing proficiency test was administered to determine researchs participants and dyads involved. To prepare students with peer review practice, a peer review tutorial and rubrics were also given on the first meeting of the course. Following this stage, students written commentaries were collected as data, which were then codified following the typology of written feedback by experts. Codification results were interpreted by comparing them to previous related research. In doing so, it was apparent that low achievers tend to produce commentaries on surface structure errors. As oppose to this, organization and content-focused commentaries were dominant in high achievers feedbacks. These findings are noteworthy, as they suggest a link between students proficiency level and their preferred commentary focus.Keywords: academic writing, peer review production, student teacher, commentary provision tendency.
The Implementation of Creative Learning Models in Teaching Writing in Junior High School Esti Kurniasih; Lina Purwaning Hartanti
New Language Dimensions Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): New Language Dimensions Vol. 1 No. 1, June 2020
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Creative learning is a learning process that requires teachers to motivate and bring up the students creativity, both in the context of creative thinking and in the context of creative in doing things during the learning process, using a variety of learning methods and strategies, such as group work, problem solving, and so on. In line with creative learning, this study further aims to describe the development of learning devices (i.e. RPP) and the implementation of learning activities that use creative learning models in teaching writing skill in Junior high School. Based on the results of data analysis, it can be concluded that most of the RPPs developed had included all the components of RPP in detail, start from school identity to the assessment. While related to the implementation of learning activities that use creative learning models in teaching writing, it can be concluded that the implementation had applied creative learning models in three learning activities, they are pre, whilst, and post activities. 
Promoting E-Learning Platform to Achieve 21st Century Skills in Teaching and Learning Process in School Context Niki Raga Tantri; Yudi Efendi
New Language Dimensions Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): New Language Dimensions Vol. 1 No. 1, June 2020
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This paper is a conceptual review which discusses the previous literatures employing LMS for the effectiveness of teaching and learning activities in the classroom. Despite the success stories of the implementation of this web-based platform in the academic context, there was few studies highlight the mechanism of using LMS for the classroom management to accommodate effective face to face and online learning for a specific term. Several studies about employing LMS in the classroom were reviewed to obtain the forthcoming proposal of classroom activities using LMS. The review results the elaboration of recent LMS is provided as well as the advantages of using LMS to achieve the 21st century skills are described. Preparation of LMS for teaching and learning activities in the classroom including the learning goals, planning for both face to face and online learning, the current Bloom Taxonomy, selecting online tools, and the evaluation are interpreted to establish future classroom activities.
The Use of Edmodo in English Language Teaching for Senior High School in Surabaya Miki Hartono
New Language Dimensions Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): New Language Dimensions Vol. 1 No. 1, June 2020
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Edmodo is one online learning platform that is accessible for teachers, students, and parents. This research aims to investigate the impact of using Edmodo among the students in Surabaya as well as their attitudes toward the use of Edmodo in the English classroom. This was action research on utilizing Edmodo in the English classrooms in one public senior high school in Surabaya. In addition, reflection among students was accommodated to determine students attitudes toward Edmodo in the classroom. The findings of this research show that using Edmodo leads to an improvement in students English skills. As part of reflection, students show positive attitudes toward the use of Edmodo in their class. Further studies should be conducted to investigate the further impact of Edmodo with diverse themes. In addition, some technical challenges of using Edmodo in the English classroom also need to be investigated in further studies.

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