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Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics
ISSN : -     EISSN : 29645344     DOI : https://doi.org/10.31963/
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Specialised English: New Directions in ESP and EAP Research and Practice by Ken Hyland & Lillian L.C. Wong (2019): Routledge Anugrah Puspita Ayu MUHAMMAD; Mustakim MUSTAKIM
Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics [RIAL] Vol 1, No 1 (2023): [February]
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31963/rial-ej.v1i1.3749

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The Book “Specialised English: New Directions in ESP and EAP Research and Practice by Ken Hyland & Lillian L.C. Wong (2019): Routledge” is a must-read book for ESP and EAP researchers and practitioners. It consists of three main sections: 1) conceptualizing issues in specialized language use (five chapters), 2) focusing on texts (six chapters), and 3) focusing on practice (six chapters). This book addresses some challenges in teaching and researching ESP courses across disciplines (Enesi et al., 2021). For example, contextualizing ESP teaching as “workplace English” is currently demanding, thus allowing ESP curriculum developers to formulate and infuse English materials in the workplace (V. K. Bhatia & Bremner, 2012).
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Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics [RIAL] Vol 1, No 1 (2023): [February]
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In response to the need for a scientific forum for research in applied linguistics, vocational English, and English for Specific Purposes (ESP), we are happy to announce that Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistic-Electronic Journal (RIAL-EJ) has successfully published this very first volume and issue. The editors have committed to providing scientific information for the readers, thus helping them understand the current development in the field. In the industrial context, English is a working language for building social interaction and communication with the stakeholders, such as managers, front officers, engineers, IT specialists, etc. Based on the central theme of this issue, “Demystifying the Specialized Language Teaching (ESP) and Digital Technologies in Vocational Higher Education,” we invite all the practitioners, experts, researchers, and scholars in the field of applied linguistics to contribute to the development of vocational English studies and help the vocational institutions provide ready-work alumni with excellent English language proficiency. The theme aligns with the directorate of vocational education’s mission, which entails the need to infuse PBL in the curriculum and teaching implementation (Sakarinto, 2020).
Effective Reading Instruction in ESP: Practical Approaches to Improving Vocational Students’ Content-Area Reading Comprehension Tamrin TAMRIN
Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics [RIAL] Vol 1, No 1 (2023): [February]
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Effective reading instruction in Vocational Higher Education (henceforth VHE) has been criticized as ineffective, as demonstrated by poor reading test results, indicating a deficient students’ reading performance. This article examines and gains insight into the reasons why things occur as they do by discussing the following four topics: (1) describing the context in which reading instruction occurs and why this instructional effort does not work as expected; (2) describing the nature of content area reading; (3) unpacking things that could potentially encourage students’ interests and increase their reading involvement, thereby making their reading more effective; and (4) proposing a set of pedagogical principles that could potentially improve the students optimal reading and comprehension
Teaching ESP: The English Lecturers’ Communicative Activities in Business English Instructions Andi MUSDARIAH; Farida AMANSYAH
Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics [RIAL] Vol 1, No 1 (2023): [February]
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This corrigendum article focuses on enhancing the communicative competence of ESP learners using a wide range of tasks or activities. The target audience for this article is students enrolled in the Business Administration program at the State Polytechnic of Ujung Pandang. By carefully designing activities based on each student’s level and the standards they must meet, we facilitated them to connect with their classmates in the classroom and improve their speaking ability. The purpose of this study was to demonstrate that students can improve their speaking skills by actively participating in the communicative activities that take place in the classroom. It was found that students were engaged in the activities and using the language when interacting with others in discussion sessions, group projects, and role-playing activities.
The Golden Book of Business Presentation Skills: Quick and Easy Tips to Make Powerful Presentations La Ode RASMIN; Samsudin SAMSUDIN
Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics [RIAL] Vol 1, No 1 (2023): [February]
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This book is not for generic business presentation tips. However, it provides several tried-and-tested presentation elements. It will help the presenter to enlighten, influence, and excite the audience. Each chapter is segmented into “Know” and “How” sections to help you grasp the idea and use it in your business presentation. This book will help you maximize your presentations to a group, relevant stakeholders, or a digital/online presentation. For example, learning to promote yourself professionally, amaze your audience, start, end, and transition your presentation. It also includes ideas on designing a presentation outline, practicing, and presenting. This book presents eight golden steps for delivering business presentations: 1) understanding the target audience’s viewpoints, 2) mastering the topic of the presentation, 3) outlining the presentation (e.g., topics, structure, rules), 4) summarizing the presentation, 5) handling the questions effectively and straightforwardly, 6) concluding the comments and responses effectively, and 7) using both verbal and non-verbal communications effectively during the presentation., and 8) the way forward, beyond this book. A business presentation must be well-prepared and consider ways to impress the audience (Sweeney, 2003). Moreover, a presenter must have an idea to map their mind to organize their talks during the presentation (Buzan & Abbott, 2006).
Teaching English to Law Students: Interview with Suman Luhach, School of Law, Bennett University, India Rahayu RAHAYU; Ismail ANAS; Waode Ade Sarasmita UKE; Risma A. Azis GENISA
Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics [RIAL] Vol 1, No 1 (2023): [February]
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She received her Ph.D. from BITS Pilani, Pilani Campus, in 2017. Her observations on college students’ endeavors to pen down their ideas led her to choose Scaffolding Writing Skills for Indian College Students as her doctoral research topic. The work has contributed to understanding the importance of learning management systems to maximally impact classroom instruction of writing skills through a learner-centric, collaborative approach. After being awarded the institutional fellowship in 2011, She taught courses like Technical Communication, Technical Report Writing, and Effective Public Speaking at BITS Pilani to UG and PG students. Before this, She did M. Phil. in English Literature from MGS University, Bikaner, in 2009 and wrote a dissertation on the works of V S Naipaul from a Postcolonial perspective. She qualified for UGC NET (English - Language and Literature) in 2012. While doing a short-term course with RELO, US Embassy, in 2012, She was awarded Outstanding Achievement in Exploring Web 2.0: Tools for classroom teaching and professional development. During her Master (in English Literature), She received Prof. SBL Rawat Memorial Trust Award for achieving the second rank at the University level. She also wrote a dissertation on comparative analysis of G B Shaw’s Caesar and Cleopatra and William Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra in MA. Her research areas are Teaching of Writing Skills in Language Classrooms at Tertiary Level, Online Collaborative Language Learning, literary theories, and Contemporary Drama. She has also served as the co-convenor of Departmental seminars in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, BITS Pilani in 2013-14. She was a member of the editorial committee of BITS CAN- a biannual BITS Pilani magazine, and the organizing committee for the International Conference Interfacing Language, Culture and Technology.
From the Editors: Demystifying the Specialized Language Teaching (ESP) and Digital Technologies in Vocational Higher Education Ismail ANAS; Tamrin TAMRIN
Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics [RIAL] Vol 1, No 1 (2023): [February]
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This journal is organized and published by UPT. Bahasa Politeknik Negeri Ujung Pandang and dedicated to contributing to the growth of applied linguistics studies. On behalf of the editorial board members, we are happy to announce and launch this first volume of Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics-Electronic Journal (RIAL-EJ). This journal aims to publish scholarly articles in the area of applied linguistics, vocational English, and English for Specific Purposes (ESP), such as business English, English for engineering (mechanical, chemical, civil, and electrical engineering), English for health, and English for marine professionals. The central theme of this issue is “Demystifying the Specialized Language Teaching (ESP) and Digital Technologies in Vocational Higher Education” and the extent to which PBLL and the affordances of digital technology contribute to vocational English learning. In this volume, we publish five featured articles (3 research articles, one review article, and one interview article). The articles underwent several stages, including initial screening from the editorial board, blind review from two anonymous reviewers, multiple round revisions, proofreading, and copyediting process, plagiarism check with the iThenticate, and article production stage.
Nursing Students' Narrative Text Writing Improvement with Animation Video Yuniarti Rherhe VALEN; Nofvia DE VEGA
Research and Innovation in Applied Linguistics [RIAL] Vol 1, No 1 (2023): [February]
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The purpose of this study was to determine if the animation video can enhance students' narrative writing skills at Universitas Borneo Tarakan. This research employed Classroom Action Research as its methodology (CAR). In this study, there were 21 of the sample. An observation checklist, an interview, and a writing test were used in this study. In this study, there were two success criteria. First, students should get at least a 75.0 on their writing assignments. Second, class participation and instructor engagement must both total 80. In this study, the researcher did the analysis of the data using a combination of different methods. Quantitative data analysis was used to evaluate the results of the written tests, while qualitative data analysis was used to evaluate the results of the observation checklist and interviews. This study found that the use of animated videos led to a rise in students' writing scores between the first and second cycles of instruction. Attendance at the first meeting was 33%, and at the second it was at 57%. The attendance rates for the first and second meetings of the second cycle were 52% and 76%, respectively. The outcome of the observation checklist demonstrates the improvement, which can also be seen for itself. Based on the checklist of observable behaviors, it was clear that the training had been effective. From what we can gather from the interviews, using animation videos in the classroom is beneficial and makes both teachers and students happy. The results of this study suggest that having students practice their writing skills with the aid of animated videos can help them achieve better results.

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