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Humaniora Scientia
ISSN : 23555742     EISSN : -     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Art,
This journal covers some scopes of language study including linguistics, literature, translation as well as English language teaching (ELT).
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THE INQUIRY OF LOCAL CULTURE AS LEARNING MODEL OF INDONESIAN PEOPLE AND CULTURE SUBJECT TO IMPROVE STUDENT’S CREATIVITY Maaliah, Eda; Permatasari, Ita; Widodo, Yulius Harry; Aziz, Muhyiddin
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To compare differences in students learning outcomes and creativity about local culture before and after the application of the inquiry model of local culture, and as an evaluation of learning process related to subject namely Indonesian People and Culture are the aims of this study. This research was conducted in the fourth semester students of English Study Program consisting of 56 students. This action research had two cycles. Each consisted of planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. In this research the researcher employed qualitative and quantitative data analysis. Based on the research findings from teaching-learning process, the researcher can draw some final conclusions. The students’ response was very good after implementing inquiry learning model. The students were active in giving answer of each question. It was also shown from the improvement of the mean scores in every cycle as follows : in pre-test was 60, in the first cycle was 70, and in the second cycle was 85. Additionally, there were 50 of 56 students who got point up 75 in the second cycle, it means it was 90 %. Based on the finding, the alternative hypothesis stating that inquiry learning model can improve the students’ creativity of local culture. Keywords: Inquiry Model, Local Culture, Indonesian People and Culture, Students’ Creativity
DEVELOPING THEME-BASED SUPPLEMENTARY LISTENING MATERIALS FOR THE TENTH GRADERS OF TOURISM SKILLS PROGRAM OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Permatasari, Ita; Aziz, Muhyiddin
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The main objectives of this research are: (1) to investigate the quality of the existing listening materials in the textbook “Mandiri-Practice Your English Competence untuk SMK/MAK” used by the tenth graders of tourism skill programs, and (2) to develop theme-based supplementary listening materials for the tenth graders of tourism skills program. In the exploration stage, the researchers investigated the quality of the existing materials by reading/checking the existing textbook, observing the class, interviewing the English teacher, and distributing questionnaire to 25 students. Besides, the researchers conducted need analysis by distributing questionnaire to the students, observing the class, and interviewing the head of the tourism skills program. In the developing stage, the prototype was developed. Three experts in materials development, English for Specific Purposes and Tourism filed were involved to give validation to the prototype before it was tried out to the class. The product has some differences from the existing listening materials. The main differences are: (1) the proposed product consists of listening materials for the tenth graders of tourism skills program while the existing book provided listening materials for general students in senior high school; (2) the product was developed based on theme-based approach while the existing materials was not developed by certain approach; (3) the objectives of the learning were provided in the beginning each unit; (4) there are various listening activities and materials. Hopefully, the final product namely Theme-Based Supplementary Listening Materials for the Tenth Graders of Tourism Skills Program can be useful for both the students and the English teacher in tourism skills program. Keyword  : listening, supplementary materials, theme-based approach, vocational high school, tourism skills program
THE INFLUENCE OF MATERIALISM TOWARDS CHARACTERS DEVELOPMENT IN F. SCOTT FITZGERALD’S THE GREAT GATSBY Arum, Sekar Setyaning; setiawan, eko budi
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The objectives of this study entitled The Influence of Materialism Towards Characters Development in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby are (1) to figure out the materialism described through the character of Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan. (2) to learn the influence of materialism towards the characters development of Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan. The writer used library research to analyze the analysis. The main data is taken from novel of The Great Gatsby. Some theories used to analyze the data are American Dream, Character, Character Development, Marxism, and Materialism. Moreover, the approaches used in this research are sociological approach, psychological approach, marxism approach. The portrait of materialism in The Great Gatsby can be seen through the main characters namely Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan. Both of them represent materialism in two ways which relate to the wealth that they have and their effort in pursuing their American Dream. Furthermore, their materialistic lifestyle also influences their characters development. It makes their desire become unattainable and their efforts directed towards a negative outcome. Jay Gatsby suddenly is being so ambitious and being spendthrift along with the story. Besides, Daisy Buchanan is also being a careless and shallow person who sees nothing except money and material luxury. Keywords: American dream, materialism, character development
FLIPPED INSTRUCTION FOR SPEAKING CLASS: A CLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH FOR ENHANCING STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT Rahayu, Titik; Mudofir, Imam; Sutantohadi, Alief
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Flipped instruction becomes an innovative strategy to be used in the development of technology in which students can access the learning materials online. Before class activities, students are given with adequate materials, thus when they are in class they can focus to do practices related to the topic. Several studies have investigated the use of flipped instruction in the teaching learning process and it can be the response for the today’s needs of students who have difficulties in engaging classroom activities due to the lack of preparation or understanding towards the given materials. In this research, researchers used flipped instruction to increase the engagement of second-semester students in Intermediate Speaking Class, State Polytechnic of Madiun in the academic year of 2018/2019. The researchers conducted classroom action research for 22 students in two cycles. The findings showed that the students engaged in the teaching-learning activities very well and they were well-prepared to speak in front of the class. Moreover, the scores of speaking performance showed improvement. Keywords: flipped instruction, speaking, students’ engagement
TRANSLATION SHIFT AND ACCURACY OF NOUN PHRASE IN INSTAGRAM CAPTION TRANSLATION Putri, Vienita; Sari, Christina Maya Iriana
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Noun phrase is used when a single word is not enough to describe a noun. Ambiguity and mistranslation might happen in noun phrase translation that needs different structure depending on two languages. This research has purposes to find out the translation shifts that occur on noun phrase in Instagram caption translation, to reveal the translation techniques applied in translating noun phrase from ST to the TT and to assess the translation accuracy of noun phrase in TT from the ST. The theories used in this research are Catford’s theory of translation shift, Molina and Albir’s theory of translation technique, and translation accuracy in Nababan et al TQA (Translation Quality Assessment). This research is descriptive qualitative research. The data of this research are 125 noun phrases from Instagram caption and their translation into Indonesian. Questionnaire is also distributed to three raters as the data of this research. The analysis shows that there are six kinds of translation shift in translating the data; intra-system shift is 32% (40 data), structure shift is 22.4% (28 data), unit shift is 20% (25 data), level shift is 9.6% (12 data), none shift is 8.8% (11 data), and class shift is 7.2% (9 data). There are 9 translation techniques used; literal translation is 42.40% (53 data), borrowing technique is 20.80% (26 data), establish equivalent is 16.80% (21 data), calque is 7.20% (9 data), discursive creation and reduction each are 4.80% (6 data), linguistic compression is 1.60% (2 data), and linguistic amplification and transposition each are 0.80% (1 datum). In term of translation accuracy, 66 data are accurate with 58.20%, 27 data are less accurate with 21.60%, and 32 data are inaccurate with 25.60%. Keywords: noun phrase, translation shift, translation technique, translation accuracy, Instagram caption translation.
PATRIARCHY IN SYLVIA PLATH’S “DADDY” Diakanova, Wendy Sambada; Yustisiana, Rr. Arielia
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The research aimed to discuss patriarchy in Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy”. There were two objectives of the study. The first was to portray the patriarchy in Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy”. The second was to analyze the symbols of patriarchy in Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy”. This research applied four theories. They were ideology, patriarchy, oppressor, and symbol. The ideological and structural approaches were used in this research. The result of the research showed the portrayal of patriarchy in father’s and husband’s figure. From the father’s figure we can understand that a parent who is the dominant ruler of his daughter’s life will leave such a painful loss after his death comes so that his daughter loses his guidance in life. While, from the husband’s figure we can learn that patriarchy also happens in a marriage. Furthermore, the symbols dealing with patriarchy is revealed in the description of confinement life, fear, regretful loss, and unhappy marriage. Keywords: ideology, patriarchy, oppressor, symbol
THE CAPITALIST DOMINANCE IN CHARLES DICKENS’ OLIVER TWIST Yanuarda, Yermia Immanuel Hendry; Setiawan, Eko Budi
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The objectives of this study entitled The Capitalist Dominance in Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist are (1) to find out the capitalist dominance described through the character of Mr.Bumble in Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist. (2) to find out the impact of Mr. Bumble’s capitalism toward character Oliver in Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist. The writer used library research to analyze the analysis. The main data is taken from novel of Oliver Twist. Some theories used to analyze the data are Character, Marxism, Capitalism, and Setting. Moreover, the approaches used in this research are sociological approach, psychological approach, marxism approach, ideological approach, and historical approach. For the result, the writer finds the capitalist dominance of Mr. Bumble. He follows the Oligarchic Capitalism and he controls and exploits Oliver without enough food and salary. He also becomes opportunist, snobby, and a wicked man. Moreover, from the impact of Mr. Bumble’s capitalism, Oliver becomes abandoned in the capitalist society, and becomes a social anxiety disorder child. Keywords : capitalist, capitalism, oligarchic capitalism
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