Sadikin, Irma Savitri
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DEIXIS IN MALEFICENT MOVIE SCRIPT Wiguna, Andi; Anggraeni, Hera; Nuramalia, Reyka; Sadikin, Irma Savitri
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Volume 1, No 2 (2018), March 2018
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This study is an attempt to analyze types of deixis those are: personal deixis ( first. Second, and third person deixis), place deixis, time deixis, and discourse deixis.  This study only focused on the movie script. This study was purposed to find out the types and the dominant of deixis are used in  Maleficent Movie Script. This script got from the internet. The study applied descriptive qualitative method.  Steps of analyses the data, it applied was the first, this study looked for the movie, the second, this study watched the movie, then, looked for the movie script of the movie “Black Swan”, the fourth, this study identified the sentence of the movie script based on four types of deixis. The result of this research shows dominant in person deixis: I, you, we, he, she, our, king Stephan, because from the result personal deixis in the movie script is dominant from the place, time, and discourse deixis.
IMPROVING STUDENTS' READING SKILL THROUGH COLLABORATIVE LEARNING Putri, Arliani Gunawan; Octavialis, Arrin Nur; Sadikin, Irma Savitri
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 6 (2019): VOLUME 2 NUMBER 6, November 2019 (Accepted Papers)
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Abstract This research aims is to find out how effective students’ reading skill after they were instructed by using Collaborative Learning. Sample of the research was 36 students in 7th grade of SMPN 5 Cimahi. The researcher administered reading test in collecting the data. The result of the data analysis showed that there was a significant improvement in students’ reading skill after learning through Collaborative Learning. It could be seen from students’ average score in pretest was 64,81 and students’ average score in posttest was 75,56. In short, Collaborative Learning could enhance students’ reading skill.Keywords: Collaborative Learning, Improving, Reading Skills
IMPROVING STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION THROUGH SMALL GROUP WORK TECHNIQUE AT THE SEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SMP ROSA JAYA Faozi, A.Tajdi Amal; Sadikin, Irma Savitri
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Volume 1, No 2 (2018), March 2018
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The objective of this research entitled Improving Students’ Reading Comprehension through Small Group Work Technique at the Seventh Grade Students of SMP ROSA JAYA on academic year 2016/2017 was to find out whether or not the technique was effective to improve the students’ reading comprehension. In this research, the method that the writer used was one group pretest-posttest design and quantitative research method. The instruments of the research were pretest and posttest which contained five questions which should be answered based on a text they read. The pretest was given to find out the comprehension of the students at the beginning before the treatment, and the posttest was given to find out the ability of the students after they were given treatment. The research population was the students of the seventh grade of SMP ROSA JAYA which consisted of three classrooms, and the sample of the research was 30 students selected using random sampling technique. The data of this research were collected by giving the students pretest and posttest. The collected data were analyzed by using t-test formula. The result of this research showed that: the mean score of pretest was 59.67. The mean score of posttest was 77.83. The t-observed was 4.812. The t-table critical value was 29 and significance level at 0.05 was 2.045. Based on the data analysis, the writer concluded that the alternative hypothesis was accepted because the tobs was higher than the ttable (4.812 > 2.045). It also meant that Improving Students’ Reading Comprehension Through Small Group Work Technique at the Seventh Grade Students of SMP ROSA JAYA on Academic Year 2016/2017 has significantly shown that the technique could improve the students’ reading comprehension.
SPEECH ACT ANALYSIS OF "FROZEN" THE MOVIE SCRIPT Rahayu, Adinda Srimulya; Syahrizal, Trisnendri; Sadikin, Irma Savitri
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 5 (2019): VOLUME 2 NUMBER 5, September 2019
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This research aimed to analyze the speech acts of the movie script entitled Frozen, the movie that is being the most popular movie in 2013 until now. The research design in this paper is a qualitative method where the writers describe the result in a form of the words and the explanation of the result. The writers analyze all types of speech acts (representatives, commissives, directives, declarations, expressives, verdictives) by Finegan (2011) in doing this research, as the results of this research, all of the types of speech acts had their own meaning  for delivering the sentences to make such a response. The writers found 294 clauses that contain the type of speech acts, there are representatives (37), commissives (3), directives (32), expressives (10). Each type of the speech acts are delivering different meaning. The results of the research are taken from the script of the character named Anna in Frozen the movie.  Keywords:  Pragmatic, Language, Speech Act, Movie
STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARD TEACHING ENGLISH VOCABULARY THROUGH TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPONSE (TPR) METHOD Ibrohim, Achmad Taufiq; Septianti, Astri; Sadikin, Irma Savitri
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Volume 1, No 2 (2018), March 2018
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The objective of the research is to investigate the students’ perception on teaching english vocabulary through Total Physical Response (TPR) technique and to identify the benefits that the students obtained from that technique. This research used a qualitative descriptive research method. The respondents of the research were eight grade students of SMPN 2 Plered Purwakarta. The data were obtained from questionaire and interview. The results of the study that the teaching english vocabulary through Total Physical Response (TPR) technique could help students’ vocabulary in learning english. Based on interview and questionnaire, they showed some improvement on process of get new vocabulary from learning with that technique. Moreover, the data from questionaire and interview showed that there were some benefits of TPR method: 1. Developt of students’ speaking ability and increasing vocabulary, 2. Increasing the students participation in the class, 3. Having a fun learning atmosphere.
THE EFFECT OF AURASMA AUGMENTED REALITY (AR) TO ENHANCE YOUNG LEARNERS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY Hudaya, Anwar; Sadikin, Irma Savitri
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 6 (2019): VOLUME 2 NUMBER 6, November 2019 (Accepted Papers)
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The aim of this study is to analyze the difference of young learners’ vocabulary mastery through Aurasma Augmented Reality (AR). The research was conducted in SDN 1 Jayagiri Lembang and the sample of this study was gained from two classes of sixth grade. One class was treated using AR, while another class was treated without AR in teaching vocabulary. The data were gathered from pre-test and post-test. The result of this study revealed that young learners could improve their vocabulary mastery through augmented reality (AR). It can be inferred that there is a significant difference from students’ pre-test and post-test result. Furthermore, the data from observation displayed a positive attitude during the students’ learning through Aurasma AR. Most of students participated actively in the classroom, they showed high curiosity, and they enjoyed and felt enthusiastic in learning vocabulary.
“DEBAT RUKUN ISLAM” WAYANG GOLEK BOBODORAN PERFORMENCE Ardiansyah, Ardiansyah; Sadikin, Irma Savitri; Rizkiani, Siska
PROJECT (Professional Journal of English Education) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Volume 2 Number 2, March 2019
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Wayang golek is one of world’s cultural heritage since 2003 that approved by UNESCO and counted as a puppet show. It is performed by Dalang. Dalang on the stage utters the conversation of the wayang and acts as several wayang characters at the same time. In delivering utterance dalang uses different types of tone and also some intonation. Not only to have meaning, but dalang also do it in purpose to deliver the context of the utterance. This research aims to investigate what types of tone that are used and to find out which type is mostly used. This research utilized a video of sundanese wayang golek as the source of data. It used descriptive qualitative design and discourse analysis approach. It was found  that there are five types of tone, such as : rise, fall, fall-rise, rise-fall and level. Those types of tone have their own meaning depending on utterance delivery and discourse context