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The Journal Of English Teaching For Young And Adult Learners
ISSN : 28091752     EISSN : 28091752     DOI : https://doi.org/10.21137/jeeyal
Core Subject : Education, Social,
This journal is open to its content due to making research freely available to global readers and academicians. The editorial board of the Journal of English Teaching for Young and Adult learners receives unpublished and original works on teaching English for young learners and adult learners. Every manuscript submitted for publication in JEEYAL will be checked for plagiarism using Turnitin software. If the editors or peer reviewers detect plagiarism, the author/s will be informed and requested to rewrite the text or provide any necessary citations. If the Turnitin report results in more than 20% similarity index, the manuscript will not be eligible for review and publication.
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PRETEST AND POSTTEST TECHNIQUE TO CONTROL STUDENTS MASTERY IN ONLINE LEARNING OF ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION COURSES AT VOCATIONAL STUDIES OF IPB UNIVERSITY Harries Marithasari; Irma G Barus; Ira Resmayasari; Bayu Suriaatmaja Suwanda
The Journal Of English Teaching For Young And Adult Learners Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023): Journal of English Teaching for Young and Adult learners
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21137/jeeyal.2023.2.1.2

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Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the pretest and posttest on learning English, the English for Communication course at the Vocational School of IPB University. The methodology used is a case study. This type of research is quantitative research. Data collection was carried out by conducting tests and interviews. The subjects of this research were students of the Digital Communication and Media Study Program at the Vocational School of IPB University, totaling 300 students. From the results of this study, it shows that there was an increase in the value of the pretest and posttest. The average pretest score is 61, while the average posttest score is 80. From this process, it is known that the pretest can be used as a learning control tool. Lecturers can see that the learning techniques used can increase students' understanding of English. In addition, from the interview process, it is known that the pretest and posttest can be used by lecturers to find out students who have weak abilities and students who have high abilities.
Kahoot! and EFL Learners' Confidence in A Vocabulary Classroom: A Correlative Study pandu prasodjo; Glenn Ponto
The Journal Of English Teaching For Young And Adult Learners Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023): Journal of English Teaching for Young and Adult learners
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21137/jeeyal.2023.2.1.1

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The prevalence of English in recent years cannot be understated and this very sentiment rings true for almost every country worldwide. Among the various tools that are available for teaching, gamification tools of learning such as the application Kahoot! is seeing prominence in usage. Kahoot! promotes engagement and adds a fun factor in learning due to its interactive nature. Kahoot! also encourages competitiveness as it is a quiz-based application. A previous research found mentioned that Kahoot! decreases students’ confidence because of the competitiveness that stems from the quiz aspect of the application. The present study wishes to challenge the statement into test. The participants of this research are 36 first-year EFL students from a private university in Batam, Indonesia. The research conducted a correlational research design, providing quantitative data through the use of questionnaire and observation, which will be triangulated with a qualitative data gathered by the means of a guided interview. Spearman rule was used to analyse the correlation between the students’ ranking confidence and finding the correlation between both cycles. The study found that student’s confidence in learning vocabulary through the use of Kahoot! is initially positive and it grows with the passage of time.
PROBLEMS FACE BY VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN LEARNING ENGLISH AT SMK NEGERI KEBONAGUNG Samsul Hadi; Oktavia Intan Permatasari; Siska Nurma Yuniar; Widha Wannisa
The Journal Of English Teaching For Young And Adult Learners Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023): Journal of English Teaching for Young and Adult learners
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21137/jeeyal.2023.2.1.5

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Learning English is very important especially for education and future, this is because English is one of the international languages ​​used. This case study aims to analyze the difficulties of learning English in grade 10 students at the vocational high school level. This research is mainly to find the students' difficulties in mastering English. This research was conducted at SMK Negeri Kebonagung involving 70 students as subjects. Researchers used a classical and individual approach in collecting data. The data was obtained using a google form which was distributed to 70 students of class x in various majors. The findings show that students' English learning difficulties are: (1) a sense of coercion; (2) mastery of basic concepts/low intake; (3) lack of self-confidence; (4) forgetting factor; (5) have little opportunity to practice. Referring to these findings, it is suggested to teachers and institutions to facilitate and provide high motivation for the students' English learning process.
INTEGRATING INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Joko Prayudha. S; Nabila Maratus Salihah; Ami Pradana
The Journal Of English Teaching For Young And Adult Learners Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023): Journal of English Teaching for Young and Adult learners
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21137/jeeyal.2023.2.1.4

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The development of information and communication technology is what most people look forward to, including technological advances in the field of education which are very useful for teachers and students. Teachers can apply the use of technology in learning English to help and facilitate teaching and learning activities and encourage students to actively participate in learning. This study aims to explain the importance of applying technology in teaching English. The method used in this research is qualitative through a literature study approach. Data was obtained through collecting references and materials related to the use of ICT in learning and teaching English. After the data is obtained, the data is presented based on predetermined boundaries. The results of the study show that the use of technology in teaching English can make the learning atmosphere more enjoyable, students can freely get and do assignments and can access more learning resources. In addition, by utilizing information and communication technology students become more creative and motivated to be actively involved in teaching and learning activities so that it is very necessary for English teachers to regularly integrate the use of communication and information technology in learning English.
THE APPLICATION OF AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT METHODS FOR STUDENTS' WRITING SKILL : CASE STUDY AT TENTH GRADE OF MA ASSALAFIYYAH MLANGI Fikaoniki Khamasah; Tyas Atibrata
The Journal Of English Teaching For Young And Adult Learners Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023): Journal of English Teaching for Young and Adult learners
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21137/jeeyal.2023.2.1.6

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This research was conducted to determine the application of authentic assessment in the writing skills of students of class X MA Assalafiyyah Mlangi Sleman Yogyakarta. The scope of this research is divided into several points, namely: (1) what authentic assessment is applied by the teacher, (2) what obstacles in applying authentic assessment in English writing skills. The researcher used a qualitative descriptive method. Data collection techniques used are interviews, observation, and documentation. The researcher analyzed the data using analysis from Miles and Huberman which includes data reduction, data presentation and conclusions and verification. The results of the study, namely: the teacher applies an authentic assessment of students' writing skills through three aspects, affective aspects, cognitive aspects, and skills aspects. On the affective aspect: the teacher uses the technique of observation, self-assessment, peer-assessment and journals. The teacher prioritizes journal techniques in English writing skills. Cognitive aspects: written tests and assignments, both of these techniques are applied in class in writing skills lessons. Skills aspect: product assessment and portfolio assessment, teachers do not apply project assessment because they focus on other techniques. Overall, teachers know the application of authentic assessment to writing skills based on the 2013 curriculum, even though they apply authentic assessment to learning activities, such as: having limited time, limited knowledge of students in English.
THE FILTERS AND BARRIERS OF ENGLISH CLASSROOM LEARNING OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SOUTHERN BANGKA INDONESIA Haiyudi Haiyudi
The Journal Of English Teaching For Young And Adult Learners Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023): Journal of English Teaching for Young and Adult learners
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21137/jeeyal.2023.2.1.3

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This research aims to identify the filtering or barriers experienced by students learning English. Mixed-method research using a case study approach with embedded type is employed in designing this study. An integrated questionnaire and interview entitled Filtering Experiences by High School Students were distributed in gaining the data. While the sample of this study was 50 students from two different high schools in Pongok Island, Southern Bangka, Indonesia. The findings of this study indicate that the average value obtained is 3.85 on a given scale of 5. It Indicates that most students do not have filtering in learning English in the classroom. From the interview, it was found that the students were fully aware that English is essential to learn. However, it was also found that the external factor that affected the low motivation of learning was the attitudes and ways of teaching by English teachers

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