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Journal of Language Education and Development
ISSN : 26213796     EISSN : 26213796     DOI : https://doi.org/10.52060/jled.v3i2
Core Subject : Education,
Journal of Language Education Development (JLed) is an open access journal. This journal managed by the English Study Program at STKIP Muhammadiyah Muara Bungo. Its global audience includes linguists, journalists, broadcasters, writers, teachers, students and others who have a professional or personal interest in the fields of education and language in general and English specifically. In addition, this journal also allows participants to raise issues regarding literature and other sub-language studies.
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
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BRAIN HEMISPHERE FUNCTION OF MALE AND FEMALE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS OF STKIP-MB: NEUROLINGUISTICS PERSPECTIVE SUSI SUSANTI
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This research identifies brain hemisphere function of male and female English department students of STKIP-MB. It identifies the dominant of brain hemisphere’s male and female students. Those dominant of brain hemisphere can be guidance to optimize both hemisphere in order to get the success life. The result found the differentiation of brain hemisphere function between male and female students: 71,4% male students dominant left hemisphere, and 28,5% dominant right hemisphere; and 71,4% female students dominant right hemisphere, and 28,5% equal left hemisphere and right hemisphere. Neurologically, Male has corpus collosum which is smaller than female so male speaks directly and literally. Then, male has smaller lobus temporal, it causes male be talk less and to the point. Amigdala places in left hemisphere, it causes male cannot express something sentimentality. Seretonim and oxytocin in male are less, it makes male be more impulsive. Although, female has bigger limbic system than male. It makes female be more sentimental and expresses the feeling easier. Then, female’s amigdala places in right hemisphere, it causes female be sensitive and can produce the speech politely. Female has bigger corpus collosum about 25% when they are mature, it causes female can optimalize both of hemispheres, left and right hemisphere equally. Female has bigger lobus frontal and lobus temporal, it causes female be talkative and no straight to the point.
PENINGKATAN KETERAMPILAN BERBICARA SISWA DENGAN METODE BERMAIN PERAN (ROLE PLAY) DI KELAS VII B SMP NEGERI 2 SAROLANGUN Elmiati S.Pd; Yahfenel Evi Fussalam
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This study investigated students’ speaking skill and the factors were influenced the changes of students’ speaking skill at grade VII B SMP N 2 Sarolangun. The researcher analyzed students’ speaking included content, grammar, fluency, pronunciation, and vocabulary which categorized into poor, average, good, and very good. The method of this research was descriptive quantitative. The data of this research were collected by using observation, speaking test and interview The data were analyzed by using quantitative and qualitative data analysis. The finding showed that (1) generally, the students’ KKM were increased; 7 students’ (23,3%) in pre-cycle test increased slightly into 12 students (40%) in first cycle, and significantly 23 students (76,7%) in second cycle, (2) the changes of students` speaking skill were influenced by two factors, namely, (a) internal factor that the students` speaking skill such as motivation and anxiety, and (b) external factors that affected of teaching materials. This study indicated that the students’ speaking skill can be improved by using role playing method.
AN ANALYSIS OF SPEAKING LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES USED BY STUDENTS’ OF STKIP MUHAMMADIYAH MUARA BUNGO ridho kurniawan
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Abstract This research focus on an investigation students’ speaking language learning strategies were used by the second semester students’ of English Department STKIP Muhammadiyah Muara Bungo (STKIP-MB). The researcher analyzed speaking learning strategies components based on the Oxford’s theories included direct strategies such as memory strategies, cognitive strategies, compensation strategies, and indirect strategies such as metacognitive strategies, affective strategies, and social strategies. The method of this research was descriptive quantitative. The data of this research were analyzed by using two methods of data analysis. Quantitative data analysis was used to examine and interpreted data from speaking test and questionnaire. The data taken from observation, field note and interview were analyzed by using qualitative data analysis. The finding shows that (1)There are many speaking learning strategies used by the students of English Department STKI-MB. The students who used memory strategies is 54.7%, the students who used cognitive strategies is 50.3 %, the students who used compensation strategies is 62.3%, the students which used metacognitive strategies is 42.0%, The students who used affective strategies is 39.3% and the last, the students who used social strategies is 51.8%. (2) The most frequently strategy that used by students was compensation strategy 62.3%. This study indicated that the speaking learning strategies are possible to affect the assessment score of the students’ speaking quality. Keywords: Speaking, Learning Strategies
ENGLISH CAMP ACTIVITIES TO INCREASE COMMUNICATIVE SPEAKING ABILITY TO STUDENTS OF STKIP MUHAMMADIYAH MUARA BUNGO ARINI KUMALA SARI
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The purpose of this article is to present the result of a study conducted to describe the effect of English camp activities to increase communicative speaking ability to first grade students of STKIP Muhammadiyah Muara Bungo. This study is an action research study based on Kurt.L model which used planning, acting, observing, and reflecting procedures. It was done into two cycles in each cycles consisted of three meetings. The instruments were questionnaire and test. The findings showed that the mean score’s pretest reached of 60,42 to 69,02 and post test’s score reached up to 78,7. It is important to describe that there is a significant improvement of 13,9% to 41,7% in post test 1 and 83,33% in post test 2. Therefore, the criteria of success had been determined. It is crucial to note that using English camp activities have contributed a positive impact on teaching learning process. Clearly, it gives positive improvement on students’ active participation, confidence and their fluency in speaking skill. In short, it can be described that the strategy creates good, enjoyable circumstances and reduces the boredom and stress of learning process.
INDENTIFYING PRAGMATIC FAILURES IN DIALOGUE SCRIPTS OF EFL LEARNERS Shally Amna
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Most of the EFL learners consciously or unconsciously speak English using the same way they communicate their native languages which have different patterns and cultural backgrounds. In writing English dialogue scripts, most students in West Sumatera province transfer their mother languages to national language first and then to English language. As a result, beyond many spelling and syntactic errors found in the scripts, pragmatic failures are the most dominant issues captured. The students’ pragmatics failures are categorized into pragmalinguistic and sociopragmatic failures in accordance with Jenny Thomas (1983). This present study provides overviews of phenomenon in EFL dialogue scripts made by students of UPI YPTK Padang. It investigated students from 6 classes who have learned basic English in the previous semester. The students are asked to make a simple dialogue in groups with certain chosen topics and are allowed to use dictionary if necessary. The study showed that the students limitation of English language proficiency and pragmatic transfer result in pragmalinguistic failures such as failure to follow the native expressive habit, misunderstanding of words, use English with semantics and structure of students’s mother tongues, verbose verbs and that sociopragmatic failure lies in perception and expression of local pragmatic conventions.
THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE SECOND YEAR STUDENT’S ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN STKIP MUHAMMADIYAH MUARA BUNGO renda Lestari
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The aim of the study was to analyze the impact of social media on the student’s academic achievement. The survey research method was used. Subjects were drawn from the second year students of Elementary Teacher Education Department in STKIP Muhammadiyah Muara Bungo The researcher adopted Kendall’s coefficient of concordance and factor analysis as analytical tools for the study. A survey design provides a quantitative description of the population that is sampled through the data collection process (Frankel and Wallen, 1995). The study also employed the questionnaire as the data collection instrument for the study. The Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) was used to analyze the data collected. The descriptive analysis tools in the SPSS were employed to develop tables and frequencies which were constructively analyzed. The result revealed that majority of respondents used whatsapp and facebook to find new friends and application for communication. Furthermore, majority of respondents experienced negative effects such as late submission of assignment, less study time and poor academic achievement due to the heavy participation on social media networks. Therefore, there were cases where others experienced improvement in their reading skill as a result of participation on social media networks. Also respondents shared ideas, discussed and shared examination among them on social media network. The study recommended the strict enforcement of STKIP Muhammadiyah Muara Bungo rule on electronic devices usage in campus, promotion of social media usage for academic purpose and counseling for addicted students
Penerapan Model Pembelajaran Kooperatif Tipe Snowball throwing dan diiringi Teka-Teki Silang Pada Pembelajaran Statistik STKIP Muhammadiyah Bungo Nurlev Avana
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There are some factors affect the low result of learning Math, one of them is the students are not serious in studying, and the students' activity in learning is still less. The group works given by the teacher are only done by the smart students in the group, while the other group members do not do anything. To overcome this problem, one of the models that can be implemented is the cooperative learning using Snowball Throwing with the crossword puzzle.After conducting the observation during the class by implementing the cooperative learning using snowball throwing and crossword puzzle, it was found that there was an improvement of learning activity at the experiment classroom.Based on the result from both of experiment and control groups, after doing the hypothesis test at α = 0,05, it was found and . because t > t , so the hypothesis was proved that the result of studying at the group with the implementation of cooperative learning using snowball and crossword puzzle is better than the group with a conventional way.
USING PPP (PRESENTATION, PRACTICE AND PRODUCTION) STRATEGY ON SPEAKING ACHIEVEMENT Darmawan Budiyanto
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This study aimed to find out whether or not there was any significant differences in speaking achievement in Recount Text between students who were taught by using PPP (Presentation, Practice and Production) Strategy and those who were not. There were 66 students of eighth grade students of SMP Negeri 2 Palembang that was involved in this study as the sample. They were divided into two groups, experimental group consisted of 33 students and control group consisted of 33 students. For the sample, the writer chose class of VIII 7 as control group and class of VIII 6 as experimental group. The method of this study was used quantitative method with quasi experimental design. The experimental group was taught by using PPP (Presentation, Practice and Production) Strategy meanwhile the control group were taught by using Discussion Strategy. The result showed that the mean score of experimental group increased from 68.182 in pretest to 81.515 in posttest. Furthermore, the result of independent t-test from experimental and control group shown that the t-obtained was 2.346 and it was higher than t-table 1.669. In conclusion, that there was a significant difference between students who were taught using PPP (Presentation, Practice and Production) strategy and students who were not.
A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE USED IN THE LECTURE OF USTAD ABDUL SOMAD LC.MA. Shally Amna
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The research is aimed to analyze a discourse of figurative languages used in the lecture of Ustad Abdul Somad, LC.MA. (UAS) which is held in Pasaman District, West Sumatera province.The research is qualitatively descriptive approached. In conducting the research, the data are collected by using documentation technique. The data are categorized by referring to Perrine’s category namely personification, metaphor, hyperbole and paradox. The Data are transcript from Indonesian language into English language. To analyze the data, the research uses discourse analysis and descriptive method. The findings of the research are 98 expressions of figurative languages found in the lecture of UAS for 70 minutes namely 34.6 % the expressions of paradox, 25.5% the expressions of hyperbole, 20.4% the expression of metaphor and 19.3 % the expression of personification. These figures are analyzed by using the context of the utterances.
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Nowadays learning languages has become more important. Learning a new language not only develops individual intelligence, but also it gives learners, permission to enter and gets learners near to another culture and prepares them with the essential skills to succeed and change their behavior. There are many ways to increase our English skill, such as listening to the music, reading a lot, playing games, watching movies, writing story etc. One of that way is watching movies, watching movies not only to fill the spare time or get rid the boredom, but also can get some lesson especially English lesson. We can learn their pronunciation, spelling, grammar and also we can get many new vocabularies from the movies. Through movie the students will feel excited and did not get bored easily especially watch their favorite movies. This paper aims to propose the use of movies at high school by discussing relevant theories regardig the use of movies at senior high school for EFL learner.