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PREMISE: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics
ISSN : 20893345     EISSN : 2442482x     DOI : 10.24127/pj.v9i1.xxxx
Core Subject : Education, Social,
PPREMISE: Journal of English Education focuses and welcomes researcher in both EFL and ESL context to publish professional or conceptual articles, and research articles formed in qualitative and quantitative study in the area of the following scopes: Analysis on English Literatures in English Education Context Discourse Analysis in English Education context ELT Material Development (K-12 and Higher Education) English Applied linguistics English for Specific Purposes in higher education English for Young Learners (K-12) and Adult (Higher Education) English Language Teaching in the four skills; listening, speaking, reading and writing English Language Testing and Evaluation Second Language Acquisition Translations in English Education It allows any writer to submit up to 10-15 pages or equivalent with 3000 to 5000 words in range. It applies APA style in all articles submitted to this journal. More than 5000 to 7000 words are preferable
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LEARNING STYLE IN LEARNING PRONUNCIATION OF EFL LEARNER Yasmika Baihaqi; Bambang Eko Siagiyanto; Rahmad Adhi Pamungkas
Premise: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Premise Journal: e-ISSN 2442-482x, p-ISSN 2089-3345
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i1.3030

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The people usually ignore pronunciation when speaking, telling something, discussing, singing, etc. The focus of this research is to explore the learning style of an EFL learner named Kharis  Fikril Muhorobin in practicing pronunciation. The design of this research is a case study in the form of qualitative research design. The objective of this research is finding the learning style of an EFL learner. This research was conducted on campus and in the informant's boarding house. The data were collected by using triangulation involving observation, interview, and documentation. The analysis of the data was conducted using descriptive analysis. The result shows that  the informant focused on British pronunciation. Based on the result of data analysis, it is found that there are three strategies applied by an informant in practicing British pronunciation. Those strategies are listening and practicing English songs, watching, and listening to English movies,   and reading out loud English books
EXAMINING TRANSLATION PROBLEMS IN INDONESIAN TOURISM BROCHURES: A CASE FROM GORONTALO Novriyanto Napu; Usman Pakaya
Premise: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Premise Journal: e-ISSN 2442-482x, p-ISSN 2089-3345
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i1.3104

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 The purpose of this study is to examine the English translations of brochures published by the Tourist Board of Gorontalo Province Government in Indonesia. This quantitative study looked at tourism brochures, both in Indonesian and English, as the source of data. The data were analyzed by considering the frequency and percentage to assess the problems of the English translation used as promotional material. The results reveal that the most frequent problems were syntactic problems (61.54%), followed by semantic problems (26.37%) and miscellaneous problems (12.09%) respectively. This study is expected to contribute to the form of feedback and implications regarding the level of problems and effectiveness of the promotional material in English for future improvement. The results of this study can also be used to develop a model for the use of effective and persuasive English to improve the quality of tourism promotion material by the aforementioned party so that there will be an increased number of interest in foreign tourists visiting Gorontalo in the future. The implication in language learning especially in translator training is also considered.
The Adoption of Cohesive Devices (CDs) in Indonesian Students of EFL’s Opinion Essays Rahmadi Nirwanto
Premise: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Premise Journal: e-ISSN 2442-482x, p-ISSN 2089-3345
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i1.3239

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This study aims at investigating the types of cohesive devices (CDs) and the errors in using cohesive devices (CDs) in opinion essays made by the Indonesian students of EFL.The subjects were twenty-six (26) undergraduate program students of EFL enrolled in an Argumentative writing class. To get the data, they were asked to write an opinion essay which consists of five paragraphs (including introductory and concluding paragraph). After the data were collected, each of the students’ paper was read to identify the use of cohesive devices based on the theory of cohesion proposed by Halliday and Hasan (1976). Then, the number, the frequency and the percentage of cohesive devices were counted. The results of the study revealed that reference had the highest percentage (52.04%), followed by lexical cohesion (32.95%) and conjunction (15.02%). Meanwhile, substitution and ellipsis were absent. Although there were three types of cohesive to be used, the errors still happened in small number  such as in conjunction; but, so, or and and.
Correlation Between Vocabulary Mastery and Fluency in Speaking at Universitas Tanjungpura Diyas Herdian Putra; Ikhsanudin Ikhsanudin; Eusabinus Bunau
Premise: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Premise Journal: e-ISSN 2442-482x, p-ISSN 2089-3345
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i1.3348

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This research, entitled “Correlation Between Vocabulary Mastery and Fluency in Speaking” was carried out to the fifth semester students of English Education Study Program. The population of this research is fifth semester students of English Education Study Program of Teacher Training and Education Faculty at Tanjungpura University with the sample size of 30. The result of data analysis revealed the correlational between both variable from the samples is showing the correlational coefficient (r) value of 0.19. This value showed vocabulary mastery has low correlation with fluency in speaking. The contribution of vocabulary mastery to fluency in speaking is 3.6% which is almost non-existent. The hypothesis was tested by comparing the r value with r table, with the degree of freedom (df = n-2) of 28 and 1% level of significance. The r value (0.19) is lower than r table (0.463). It means, the alternative hypothesis (Ha) is rejected and null hypothesis (Ho) is accepted. With this research done, students should improve their speaking ability and remember more vocabularies to become a more and better speaker. The writer hopes this research may be beneficial to the readers and might resulting in newer research with different aspect and better concepts.
STUDENTS' RESPONSE TO THE USE OF TELEGRAM IN ENGLISH CLASS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC Lintang Kusuma; Tono Suwartono
Premise: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Premise Journal: e-ISSN 2442-482x, p-ISSN 2089-3345
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i1.3555

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 In the 21st century, due to the advancement of Information and Communication Technology, the importance of English usage has increased. English teachers face considerable challenges in teaching students. Moreover, with the outbreak of COVID-19, the government issued some regulations to prevent COVID-19 transmissions at schools by changing conventional learning methods to e-learning. There are a lot of online learning applications. One popular application is Telegram Messenger. Therefore, the study aimed to determine the students' response to the use of Telegram in English class during COVID-19 pandemic and identify the obstacles they experienced when applying this application. The research respondents were the ninth-grade students at SMP Negeri 1 Kawunganten. The study was a survey using quantitative method with descriptive statistics to analyze the data. Moreover, the research employed a close-ended questionnaire. The result of students' response to the Telegram usage was 81%, resulting in the "strongly effective" category. This result indicated that Telegram was beneficial for students and very effective in English class. However, students still faced some obstacles with an average of 70%, and it indicated the level of difficulty was high. The highest problem percentage occurred in the students' concentration and motivation to study that decreased during the e-learning.
Developing Industry 4.0-Based English for Hospitality Business Learning Model Francisca Titing Koerniawaty; Muhamad Nova
Premise: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Premise Journal: e-ISSN 2442-482x, p-ISSN 2089-3345
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i1.3557

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This study aimed at developing English for Hospitality Business learning model which is adequate to Industry 4.0. This research applied the Research and Development research design. This study employed several research instruments, including a questionnaire, interview guide, observation field note, and expert judgment evaluation form. This study also invited a total number of six English lecturers and two experts on hospitality and management studies to participate in the study. As a result, a set of learning tools has been developed, including syllabus, lesson plan, and learning material. The syllabus made contains 14 learning outcomes distributed into sixteen learning topics in line with the hospitality management scope. The lesson plan developed has been arranged and organized with the combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning. The teaching and learning programs are designed for online and offline activities. The learning materials are arranged into a module covering learning materials, quiz, assignments, and discussion. The result of expert evaluation is 4.6 which can be classified as high-quality product. This learning model can be implemented for tourism vocational college, especially for hospitality management study program which needs the English subject as professional support to their career.
EFFECTIVENESS OF USING CALL FOR TEACHING WRITING Anna Nurawalia
Premise: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics Vol 10, No 1 (2021): Premise Journal: e-ISSN 2442-482x, p-ISSN 2089-3345
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i1.3565

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Development of the networking system today give some possibilities for students’ learning language through CALL. Although there is a great benefit of computer assisted language learning on learners’ language performance in fact, yet many schools and universities do not utilize their classrooms and their computer laboratory to teach. The study used quantitative-qualitative data to investigate the effectiveness of CALL.Approach implemented in this research was experimental one group pre- post-test design. The total population of this study was 157 of the Health Department students in University of Aisyiah Yogyakarta of academic year 2019/2020 who took English For Daily Usage. Data was collected by student’s pre and post test and the interviewing process. Data was analyzed by using SPSS version 21. The students’ achievement data were taken from pre- and post-test tests’ result. This study serves other evidences toward how effective of using e-learning in our local teaching and learning environment supported by student’s higher proficiency score of their writing post-test. Approach applied and showed in https://unisayogya.learnsocial.online/ may overcome some shortcomings of traditional method of writing to some extent by providing feedback on students’ mistakes or errors. 
THE INFLUENCE OF MALL ON ENHANCING STUDENTS’ LITERACY SKILLS Margaretha Dharmayanti Harmanto
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i1.3566

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This study investigates the influence of MALL (Mobile Assisted Language Learning) on enhancing students' literacy skills in the international program of accounting. The mobile-phone platforms worked as media of interaction with the students in the learning-teaching and outside the classroom. The mobile phone is used as a medium for practising both reading and writing. This research was a quantitative study using an experimental design. The population of the study was the students of the International Program of Accounting department. The result showed that Sig. (2-tailed) .197 > 0.05 which means there was no significant effect in the use of MALL to enhance the students' literacy skills in general. Instead, the use of MALL has a significant effect in improving the spelling which was Sig. (2-tailed) 0.043 < 0.05, and grammar for the plural and singular parts for Sig. (2-tailed) 0.025<0.05.  
ACTION RESEARCH ON USING SHORT STORIES TO BOOST EFL LEARNERS’ PERFORMANCE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Parlindungan Pardede
Premise: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics Vol 10, No 2 (2021): Premise Journal: e-ISSN 2442-482x, p-ISSN 2089-3345
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i2.3620

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Various conceptual and empirical research has revealed that short stories are effective learning tools teachers can use to boost English as a foreign language (EFL) learning performances. However, most EFL teachers are still find using short stories in EFL classrooms challenging. To solve the problem, conducting action research on using short stories in EFL teaching seems to be the best option. This study aims at reviewing action research on using short story use to increase EFL students’ learning achievement. Employing four inclusion and three exclusion criteria, 12 action research articles indexed in Google Scholar and published in 2011-2020 were selected. Data were analyzed using the constant comparative method. The results showed that the use of short stories employing the Before-During-After reading strategy, language-based model, and literature as content model managed to attain the intended outcomes in 2 to 3 cycles. This review is ended by highlighting some research gaps for future action research and future review as well.        
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR NURSING STUDENTS Juliana Juliana; Afni Yan Syah
Premise: Journal of English Education and Applied Linguistics Vol 10, No 2 (2021): Premise Journal: e-ISSN 2442-482x, p-ISSN 2089-3345
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24127/pj.v10i2.3972

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This research is a case study. The purpose of this study was to determine the process of implementing a flipped classroom for English course and analyse students’ perceptions of the implementation of the Flipped Classroom in teaching English for the nursing students of Nursing Academy of Kesdam Iskandar Muda Banda Aceh. The participant in this study were 50 students of Nursing Academy of Kesdam Iskandar Muda Banda Aceh in the academic year 2020/2021. They consist of 4 male students and 46 female students. Data collection methods in this study are lecturer’s observation checklist, teacher’s fieldnote and questionnaires. Lecturer's observation checklist in the form of a checklist for implementing the flipped classroom strategy at each meeting. Lecturer’s fieldnote is some notes that found while flipped classroom was implemented.  Questionnaires are used to obtain results from student opinions and student experiences in Flipped Classroom. More than half of students felt that Flipped classroom aided their English studies. Most of the students enjoyed the flipped classroom learning and believed that this method can support their learning. This implies that the method is still useful for EFL classroom of  ELT context. .

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