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Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching
ISSN : 23555971     EISSN : -     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.24014/ijielt.v7i1.13770
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching (IJIELT) is a scholarly peer-reviewed journal focusing on theories, approaches, methods, systems, designs, applications, implementations, and evaluations of integrated curricula. IJIELT welcomes authors to publish research or non-research articles on integrated English Language Teaching (ELT). Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: ELT and Information and Communication Technology (ICT), TEFL and Islamic knowledge or values, and TEFL, ICT, and Islam knowledge and values.
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Expression of Greetings by Indonesian EFL Learner bukhori bukhori
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 2, No 1 (2016): March 2016
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (347.15 KB) | DOI: 10.24014/ijielt.v2i1.2357

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This study investigates the strategies of Indonesia EFL learners employed for expressing greeting in different status and gender. 25 students from English Education Department of State Islamic University of Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau asked to fulfill Discourse Completion Test (DCT). The result indicated that there are variation of strategies in performing greeting in relation to contextual variable which include gender (male and female) and status (high and equal) of interlocutor. The findings suggested that gender did not influence EFL learners’ initiating act of greeting expression. Meanwhile, status of interlocutor influenced EFL learners’ greeting expression. Finally, expression “assalamu’alaikum” used by almost all EFL learners to both higher status interlocutors (male and female) who have good understanding of Islamic doctrines. And female EFL learners tend to use non verbal form of greeting rather than male EFL learners.
Games For Teaching Grammar To Young Learners nelvia ibrahim
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 2, No 1 (2016): March 2016
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Teaching grammar for beginner is not quite easy, but it is not difficult to teach. Young learners have their own way to accept a new knowledge and they will accept all of it by happiness. Teacher need to find good method and good media to teach grammar, and one of the effective methods is using games although children learn a language faster than adults, they do not learn through traditional language teaching methods. Through fun activities children can learn a language better as learning becomes natural for them since these activities do not make them conscious that they are learning a language.
The Effect of Using Board Game on Students’ Speaking Ability Roswati Roswati; Ame Rahmadawanti
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 2, No 2 (2016): June 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24014/ijielt.v2i2.2455

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The main objectives of this research were to find out whether there is significant difference of students’ speaking ability taught by using and taught without using board game of the eighth grade students at Junior Islamic Boarding School Darel Hikmah Pekanbaru and whether there is significant effect of using board game on students’ speaking ability of the eighth grade students at Junior Islamic Boarding School Darel Hikmah Pekanbaru. The type of this research was quasi-experimental design. The writer used two groups pre-test and post-test design. The writer used experimental and control classes as sample of the research by using cluster random sampling in which the total sample was 40 students chosen from 5 classes as the population of this research. The writer used content validity and inter-rater reliability. In collecting the data, the writer used oral test. While, in analysing the data, the writer used independent sample t-test and effect size. Based on the data analysis, the writer found that t-test calculation is 6.150. It is higher than standard on t-table that is 2.72 in 1% and 2.02 in 5%. It can be read 2.02<6.150>2.72. Therefore, Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted; or there is significant difference of students’ speaking ability taught by using and taught without using board game of the eighth grade students at Junior Islamic Boarding School Darel Hikmah Pekanbaru. It also can be seen from effect size calculation that was calculated by using eta squared formula with the result 0.49 or categorised as large effect. Regarding the result of the effect size above, it can be concluded that there is significant effect of using board game on students’ speaking ability of the eighth grade students at Junior Islamic Boarding School Darel Hikmah Pekanbaru.
The Comparison between Individual and Collaborative Writing on Narrative Paragraphs Achievement Khairunnas Syafi’i
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 2, No 2 (2016): June 2016
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The main objective of the study was to find out the difference of writing on narrative paragraphs achievement between students writing individually and collaboratively.  This study was a comparative research which was intended to find out the difference between individual and collaborative writing narrative paragraphs achievement.  The participants of the study comprised 54 students found in 2 classes randomized from eight classes.  Individual writing was implemented on the first class (n=30) and collaborative writing was implemented on the second class (n=30).  Data were collected using writing test.  Quantitative data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics.  The findings showed that there was a significant difference between Individual and Collaborative Writing on Narrative Paragraphs Achievement of the Second Year Students at MAN 1 Pekanbaru.
A Survey Qualitative Study: Factors on Promoting and Hindering of Foreign Students to Communicate English Rizky Gushendra; Mira Ayu Defitri
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 2, No 2 (2016): June 2016
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The purpose of the study to investigate foreign students about the factors that influenced their willing to communicate English. The objectives of this research were to explain about the factors promote and factors hinder foreign students in using English. This research was administered at State Islamic University of Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau. The participants of this research were three foreign students and their classmates at State Islamic University of Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau. The researchers used purposive sampling to select the participants based on their judgment, then did some interviews to foreign students to triangulate into their classmates, which was used to confirm the information given by foreign students. Furthermore, the data were analyzed through reviewing, transcribing, coding and interpreting it. The data that had been collected through interviews were transcribed. Then, the data were matched and categorized into two categories. Finally, the result of analysis showed that both of the foreign students were influenced by language learning orientation, social influences, self-confidence, language anxiety and interlocutors as the factors promote and factors hinder underlying their willingness to communicate in English.
IMPROVING STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF ENGLISH SENTENCES THROUGH UNDERSTANDING OF SENTENCE PATTERNS Mainar Fitri
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2017): Vol. 3 No. 1, Juni 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (489.002 KB) | DOI: 10.24014/ijielt.v3i1.3969

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Based on the researcher’s observation in teaching and learning process, there were some problems faced by the students in understanding of English sentences of different types of texts (genre). The problems consisted of: (1) The students did not know the key ideas and details of English sentences. (2) the students were not able to differentiate between key ideas and less important ideas in sentences. To solve those problems, it was important to do a class action research by using a strategy of understanding sentence patterns. There were 2 aims of this research. The first aim was to explain to what extent students’ understanding of sentence patterns can better improve students’ understanding of English sentences. Secondly, to explain what factors influence the changes of students’ understanding of English sentences. This research consisted of three cycles. The result of the research showed that the strategy of understanding of sentence patterns could improve students’ understanding of English sentences. The improvement could be seen from the students’ average scores in the tests of understanding of English sentences which improved before the cycle into cycles. The average scores consisted of 28.7, 32.4, 56.4 and 60.6. the students’ average score improved 3.7 in cycle 1, 1.24 in cycle 2 and 4.2 in cycle 3. So, the improvement of understanding of English sentences before cycle into cycles was 31.9.   So, it can be concluded that the strategy of teaching sentence patterns improves students’ understanding of English sentences. It is caused by some factors. The factors are the teacher’s treatment, classroom atmosphere and students’ motivation in learning process.
A GENRE-BASED TEXTUAL ANALYSIS OF EXPERT ONLINE REVIEWS OF ELECTRIC GUITAR FUZZ PEDALS Che Moya
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2017): Vol. 3 No. 1, Juni 2017
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This study uses genre analysis to analyze contemporary online text.  Through an analysis of the linguistic features of text from a highly specialized discourse community, perceived expert online reviews of electric guitar fuzz pedals, findings from this study provide insight into the relevance of online reviews. Although there is a layman quality to the actual production of the textual online reviews, genre analysis reveals hybridized genres, authorial power within occluded genre chains, subconscious marketing techniques, and manipulation of perceived expert online reviews. Findings from this study indicate that online reviews have complex occluded genre chains, which are not readily obvious when the reviews are read only for entertainment purposes.  This research has real world applications as relationships between textual generic qualities of online reviews and consumer spending habits are now easily acquired from online data-mining techniques to assist in targeting online consumers’ habits and to increase sales. Online reviews are now what consumers use to assist in shopping. Control of reviews translates to control of consumers’ shopping habits.
THE EFFECT OF USING SELF-EXPLANATION READING TRAINING (SERT) STRATEGY ON STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION roswati roswati; fauzan ahmad
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 3, No 2 (2017): Vol. 3 No. 2, December 2017
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The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of using self-explanation reading training (sert) strategy on students’ reading comprehension. This research applied a Quasi-experimental research. There were 44 students as sample from 153 students of eleventh grade at MA Darul Hikmah Pekanbaru by using cluster random sampling technique. This researcher used multiple choice test. T-test was used to analyze the data. This research used an independent t-test formula by using SPSS 16 version. Based on the analysis of T-test Formula, Ha is accepted because the sig. value is 0.000<0.05. The research was conclude that there is significant difference of using Self-Explanation Reading Training (SERT) Strategy on reading comprehension in report text of the eleventh grade students at MA Darul Hikmah Pekanbaru.
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) ORIENTED TASK IN ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS hendi hidayat; linda silfiyana
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 4, No 1 (2018): IJIELT Vol. 4 No. 1, 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (368.161 KB) | DOI: 10.24014/ijielt.v4i1.5141

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As the world changed into the digital era, it surely affected the educational field where the curriculum also developed. The latest curriculum used in Indonesia called as Curriculum 2013 (Kurtilas) which was the product of a long discussion within the ministry demanded the integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in educational field. This study was intended to explore the implementation of Curriculum 2013 (Kurtilas) in the aspect of Mindset Refinement where isolated teaching and learning system was changed  into learning in a networking way in which learners can gain knowledge from anyone and from anywhere that could be reached and obtained through the use of technology. This study analyzed ICT-oriented tasks reflected in two English textbooks. Qualitative study is conducted to analyze the skill focus, hardware used, software used, and activity types found in both English textbooks through document analysis. The result shows that both books were different in developing skill focus when formulating ICT oriented task in which one of them was only focusing on the speaking and writing skills. The use of hardware was mostly centered on computing and communication equipments. In case of the software used, the result showed that both books mainly focussed on the use of office and multimedia software. Both English textbooks were  different in the frequency of the software used for assisting students in doing ICT oriented tasks as the differences between both textbooks in formulating the activity types.
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN STUDENTS’ LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE AND READING COMPREHENSION aulia nugraheni; n. nuardi
Indonesian Journal of Integrated English Language Teaching Vol 4, No 1 (2018): IJIELT Vol. 4 No. 1, 2018
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This research aimed at determining the correlation between students’ linguistic intelligence and reading comprehension. There were two variables used in this research. The first was linguistic intelligence and the second was reading comprehension. The subject of this research was the eighth grade students at Islamic Junior High School Darul Qur’an Tarai Bangun Kampar Regency whereas the object of this research was the correlation between students’ linguistic intelligence and reading comprehension. The population of this research was 55 students. To choose the sample, the researcher used total sampling technique. In collecting the data, the researcher used questionnaire for students’ linguistic intelligence and test for reading comprehension. From the data analysis which had been done by using SPSS 16 version, it could be shown that the sig. (2-tailed) value was 0.000, smaller than the significant alpha 0.05 (sig.t < 0.05). It means that null hypothesis (Ho) was rejected while the alternative hypothesis (Ha) was accepted. The value of correlation coefficient (r) was 0.676. In conclusion, there was a significant positive correlation between students’ linguistic intelligence and reading comprehension. The researcher also found that 46% of linguistic intelligence can influence reading comprehension.

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