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Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies
Core Subject : Education,
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies (JELTIS) publishes academic articles that recognize successful engaged learning depends on effective partnerships between students, faculty, community agencies, administrators, disciplines, and more. The journal invites submission of Studies co-authored by faculty, students, and/or community partners; English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies. The articles must be written in English
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 24 Documents
Does Self-Efficacy Moderate the Contribution of Metacognitive Awareness to Listening Comprehension? Moh. Ana Usuludin; Rohmani Nur Indah
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v1i2.1749

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Does Self-Efficacy Moderate the Contribution of Metacognitive Awareness to Listening Comprehension? Current studies relate the issue of listening skills to several aspects. However, it still requires more empirical finding on the contribution of self-efficacy and metacognition toward listening comprehension. This study aimed to find the effect of metacognition on listening ability through self-efficacy and seek a suitable structural model. The chosen design was ex post facto research with a correlation using a path analysis model. This research was conducted at one of the state Islamic high schools in the city of Kediri. A total of 250 ten grader students participated in this research. Three instruments were used to collect data, including a closed questionnaire about self-efficacy, a closed questionnaire about students' metacognition sensitivity, and listening questions that adopted the TOEFL Junior Test. The results showed that the metacognitive influence model on listening did not significantly affect (p = .180), while the other two models showed a significant effect (metacognitive on self-efficacy, p = .000; self-efficacy on listening ability, p = .011). However, the indirect effect of students' metacognition abilities on listening ability through self-efficacy was significant at .059. Related to the path analysis model, the partial-mediated path analysis model was compiled, modified into a full-mediated model to meet the criteria of goodness of fit index.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STUDENT TEAM ACHIEVEMENT DIVISION (STAD) TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ACTIVITY Nur Halimah; Lies Kryati; Indah Wardaty Saud; Dewi Paputungan
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v1i1.1556

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The purpose of this research was to find out whether the implementation of Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) able to motivate students’ speaking activity or not. The researcher used classroom action research design in this study. The subject was the class VIII B of eighth grade students of SMP Negeri 1 Sangkub consisting on 25 students which comprised 12 females and 13 boys. In this present research, the researcher used some instruments to collect the data, such as; Lesson Plan (RPP), Tests, observation, Interview, and documentation. In applying the test, the researcher asked the subject under the research to practice a simple dialogue about expression of giving instruction and expression of asking permission.In this research, there were three cycles, namely; Pre-Cycle, Cycle I, and Cycle II. Furthermore, Cycle I and II consisted on two sessions. In Pre-Cycle, the completeness percentage was low (36%) so that the present classroom action study was conducted to solve the problems of the students. The result of Cycle I showed that STAD motivated students’ speaking activity. It could be seen from the increase of the completeness percentage of Cycle I (64%). The researcher continued the research by conducting the Cycle II to revise the problem in Cycle I and the completeness percentage of Cycle II was (88%). Based on the result above, the STAD technique has a positive influence to students of class VIII B at eighth grade students of SMP Negeri 1 Sangkub speaking activity, and this STAD Technique could be used to be one of the alternative teaching techniques. Key Words: STAD, Motivate, Speaking Activity.
Cost and Benefit of Revenge: A Sociology of Literature Study on Sidney Sheldon’s Master of the Game Hasna Nurain Mukhsin
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v2i1.1950

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Cost and Benefit of Revenge: A Sociology of Literature Study on Sidney Sheldon’s Master of the Game. Revenge as old as the existence of organism in the earth. Revenge occurs as the act of getting even or to punish the wrongdoer. This study aims to reveal the particular issue regarding revenge as it written down in the novel Master of the Game by Sidney Sheldon. This study utilized the theory sociology of literature by Alan Swingewood. This study used descriptive qualitative method to unravel the impact if revenge toward the characters. This study showed that each characters undergone different acts of revenge based on the three types of revenge and it also revealed that the revenge cost more that benefitted the characters.Keywords: cost, benefit, revenge
Reading Habits and Integration of Technology in Understanding English Texts: A Case Study of EFL Students Adimawati Helingo
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v1i2.1733

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AbstractThis study aims at exploring how students’ interest in reading books using technology and exploring how technology affects students’ reading habit. Type of design used in this study is quantitative and using questionnaire as the main instrument. In general, it can be said that the level of student interest in reading is still relatively low. Most students think that they were not the kind of students who spend a lot of time reading about English. The technology that develops in the context of learning and reading comprehension shows students' interest in integrating their reading interests using mobile phone and laptops.Keywords: Interest in reading, reading habits, technology
Students’ Perceptions: Utilizing WhatsApp and Google Classroom for Learning English in Covid-19 Pandemic Arum Sekar Nurhijannah
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v2i1.1814

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Online learning is implemented due to the Coronavirus Disease-19. This implementation is intended to avoid the spread of the virus. This study is qualitative research aimed at students’ perceptions and the effectiveness of using WhatsApp and Google Classroom to learn English throughout the pandemic era. This study consists of 37 students in SMP Negeri 1 Galur. All the participants are seventh-grade students. The participants are required to respond to all the statements written in the form of a questionnaire. The questionnaire is individually administered online using Google Forms. This study reveals that students found it helpful and effective in utilizing both applications even though there are some obstacles while utilizing the application. This study was conducted to find out the benefits and effectiveness of using technology in learning during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Grammatical and Semantic Non-equivalence Analysis of Cinderella Text Translation Hapni Nurliana H.D Hasibuan
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v1i1.1499

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A grammatical and semantic non-equivalence analysis of Cinderella text translation. Research paper: This research’s aims to determine the grammatical non-equivalence in the translation of English and Indonesian in Cinderella texts. This research is based on Baker's theory of grammatical equivalence (1992) and Nida & Taber's about semantic equivalence (1982). The research method used is a mixed method (quantitative-qualitative). Quantitative methods are used to classify grammatical and semantic incompatibility categories while the qualitative methods are on the content analysis approach. The finding showed that Cinderella text has non-equivalence translation in Grammatical such: number, persona, gender, and tense and semantic is lost meaning and the meaning changes.Keywords: translation, grammatical equivalence, semantic equivalence, short story,Cinderella
Teaching English Strategy for Young Learners Nur Ridha; Bahrani Bahrani; Anis Komariah
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v2i1.2015

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AbstractTeaching English Strategy for young learners. In teaching and learning, teacher must have strategies in every subject including English lessons, the teacher must have strategies in teaching to support the learning process and achieve learning goals especially for young learners because they have different characteristics from adults, she must have strategies suitable for young learners. This research aimed to find out the strategies of teaching English to young learners at MIN 2 Kutai Kartanegara. The research design was descriptive qualitative. The subject of this research is an English teacher at MIN 2 Kutai Kartanegara. The data were obtained from interviews and documentation. Then, the data were analyzed using an interactive model of Miles, Huberman, and Saldana condensation. The technique of data validity uses triangulation data. Based on the data results, this research can be concluded that the teacher’s strategies for teaching English to young learners at MIN 2 Kutai Kartanegara were teaching planning, implementation of strategy, and teaching Evaluation. The teacher prepares the lesson plan, materials, media, and methods in teaching planning. Moreover, she implemented teaching English strategies by using demonstration, choral drill, look-and-say, pictorial illustration, verbal illustration, association, question and answer, narration, and read-and-say. She also evaluated teaching English through formative and summative evaluation.Keywords: Teaching English, Strategy, Young Learners.
Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies In Descriptive Text Fadhlan Saini; Nur Halimah; Astried Herawati Basala
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v1i2.1671

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 This research aimed to find out the strategies of English teacher in teaching reading comprehension in descriptive text and to reveal the implementation of the strategies in teaching reading comprehension in descriptive text. In this research, the researcher utilized case study method by using observation, interview and documentation to collect the data. To analyze the data , the researcher utilized three steps of actions. The first action was to observe students and teacher activities during leaning of reading comprehension in descriptive text, the second action was interview the English teacher and students and the last action was done by taking documentation. The respondent of this research was one English teacher and tenth grade students which consisted of 11 students in SMKN 1 Kotabunan Bolaang mongondow Timur. The results of this research indicate that English teacher composed two teaching strategies, namely reading guide and question guide. The fisrt strategy like reading guide strategy made easier for students to understand descriptive text. Meanwhile, the second strategy like question guide strategy was used to determine students' abilities through questions about descriptive texts Keywords: teaching stratgies, reading comprehension, descriptive text
Rural Students’ Barriers in Learning English during the COVID-19 Pandemic Ali Akbarjono; Zelvia Liska Afriani; Ria Annisa
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v2i1.1802

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Rural Students Barriers in Learning English during the COVID-19 Pandemic Research paper: this research describes the obstacles that students who reside in rural areas experience and how they overcome those obstacles. Ten students from the English Education Investigation Program were the subjects of this study. The author employed a qualitative technique and a case study design. The writer utilized an online questionnaire, interviews, and documents to collect data. The data findings revealed that practically all students faced social, institutional, dispositional, and epistemological difficulties. The data also indicated that students face nine obstacles, such as an unsupportive learning environment, a network difficulty, time management, a significant assignment, a cost, students' challenges in learning English, a learning style issue, and students lack of desire. They overcome such hurdles in various ways, depending on the individual. This study's findings will impact the teaching and learning processes. The professor is required to assist pupils in overcoming obstacles. The study also recommended that students pay more attention to the online learning experience. The study also contributes to the realm of language, and future researchers should pay close attention to this phenomenon.Keywords: Rural Students, Barriers, Online Learning, Covid-19 Pandemic
An Analysis on Compliment Responses in English among Javanese People Arum Sekar Nurhijannah
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v1i1.1506

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The study aims at exploring the differences of compliment responses in English among Indonesian males and females. The study consists of 20 English learners in University State of Yogyakarta. The participants are expected to respond five scenarios in a modified Discourse Completion Test (DCT). The participants’ responses are submitted to SPSS and Paired Samples T-Test is applied. It reveals that each scenario has different responses but it doesn’t have significant difference among male and female participants in responding the compliments. Both male and female participants tend to agree the compliment using appreciation token.

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