Dwi Anggani Linggar Bharati
Jurusan Sastra Inggris, Fakultas Bahasa dan Seni, Universitas Negeri Semarang

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The Correlation between Online Peer Review and Academic Writing Students’ Learning Styles Aydawati, Emilia Ninik; Rukmini, Dwi; Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar; Fitriati, Sri Wuli
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 18, No 2: December 2018, Nationally Accredited
Publisher : Soegijapranata Catholic University

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Peer review studies have been done for years. It has been found that by having these activities, learners will get benefits from the communication with the peer who can give them input to improve their writing performance. Peer review can be done face to face or online.  Face to face peer review is done synchronously where two students are having discussion on their essay, whereas online peer review can be done synchronously or asynchronously. This preliminary study investigates how the application of synchronous online peer review in Academic Writing class can be implemented to help them to do revision and improve their writing skills. The participants of this study is 50 students of academic writing class from two different class.  This is an experimental study where the students were treated to get peer review activities from the software which is uploaded in   web. They did the practice twice with the shuffled questions. This was aimed that they would be ready to give review.  Pre-test and post-test were conducted and Gracian questionnaire to know their learning styles was uploaded in the web for them to fill in order to know their learning styles. it was found out that there are some improvement and there is correlation between their academic skills and the learning styles.
TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH AN OBSERVATION IN IMMERSION CLASSES BASED ON THE DOCUMENTS AND TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESSES Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar
Language Circle: Journal of Language and Literature Vol 4, No 2 (2010): April 2010
Publisher : Faculty of Languages ​​and Arts, State University of Semarang

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Immersion program, the learning and teaching process conducted in English, has become a new trend in Indonesia nowadays in which almost every school is trying to conduct it. However, not many of the schools can do that program for it requires professional teachers, not only being able to teach in English well but also able to  prepare  the documents, making lesson plan, syllabus and media,  needed for the program. Professional teachers are badly required for the immersion classes for they play an important role in succeeding the program. Therefore, it is worth investigating to see whether the real condition of the teachers is as it is expected or not and finally, conclusions and suggestions can be put forward for the betterment of the program. Based on the observation done by the writer, it was found out that mispronunciation, misspelled, grammar mistakes, wrong diction, and some other linguistic feature problems often happened in the classroom activities. Besides, other problems were also found in the development of teaching documents, syllabus, lesson plan, and media. The development of those documents was not in line with the school- based curriculum, ignoring the level of difficulty as stated in the Bloom Taxonomy revised by Anderson. The objectives, the indicators, the evaluation formulations were still on surface and incomplete. In this paper the writer tries to show the complete result of her observation dealing with the real condition of the teachers’ competence in their teaching and learning process in English as well as their competence in developing the documents and finally give some suggestions for increasing their competence, especially in preparing their teaching documents.   Key Words: immersion class teacher, professionalism, teaching documents, teaching   and learning process
The Comparison between Wattpad and Blog in Project Based Learning to Teach Written Analytical Exposition Text Hanifah, Fahmi Millati; Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar
ELT Forum: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 8 No 1 (2019): ELT Forum: Journal of English Language Teaching
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/elt.v8i1.31331

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            This final project was based on a research which attempts to investigate the use of wattpad and blog combined with project based learning in teaching writing skills. The purpose of the study was to find out which one is more effective between wattpad and blog in project based learning to teach written analytical exposition text. A quasi-experimental study was used as the research design in this study. The sample was the eleventh grade students of SMA Ibu Kartini Semarang that involved 26 students. They were divided into experimental group 1 and experimental group 2. The experimental group 1 was taught using wattpad while the experimental group 2 was taught using blog as the learning media and both of them used project based learning as teaching method.             The pre-test result revealed the mean score of the experimental group 1 was 60.76 and the experimental group 2 was 60.69. It meant that the two groups had similar competence before getting the treatment. The post-test mean scores of experimental group 1 and experimental group 2 were 80.23 and 74.46. The t-test of post-test showed that there was a significant difference between the experimental group 1 and the experimental group2 since t-value was higher than t-table (4.490 > 2.064).             It could be concluded that both wattpad and blog were effective as the learning media to teach writing skills. However, the use of wattpad was more effective than using blog in project-based learning to teach written analytical exposition text. Therefore, it was suggested that the teachers should consider the social media of wattpad and blog were the effective learning media in teaching writing because they allowed the students to express ideas and develop their writing skills.                Keywords: Wattpad; Blog; Project Based Learning; Writing; Analytical Exposition Text
DEVELOPING LISTENING PROCEDURAL TEXT MATERIAL CONTAINING FUN ACTIVITIES The Case of the Eighth Graders of Junior High School To Strengthen the Character Education Arumsari, Ina Rosita; Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar
Language Circle: Journal of Language and Literature Vol 9, No 2 (2015): April 2015
Publisher : Faculty of Languages ​​and Arts, State University of Semarang

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The objective this study was to develop listening procedural text material containing fun activities. It was made for the eighth graders to strengthen character education. The design used in this study was Research and Development (R&D) proposed by Borg and Gall (1983: 775). The subject of this research was the eighth graders of Junior High School. The data would were analyzed through triangulation using three kinds of instruments, namely observation sheet, interview, and questionn1aire. The result of the data analysis is that the students gave the good opinions about the developed material. All of them liked the material very much. The results of assessments were very satisfying and student‘s attitude improvement ran smoothly. It showed that students‘ comprehension of procedure text was improving. It could be seen from the result of the post test. The eighth graders of SMP 1 Kudus got 97.03 for the average, while SMP 3 Bae Kudus could reach 95.32. The listening material containing fun activities called ―I Love How to Do‖ and the ―WhisbledWhizzle‖ game are completely good. This implies that developing listening of procedural material containing fun activities is effective for the eighth graders of junior high school.
FAKTOR AKADEMIK DAN NON AKADEMIK PERSEPSI MAHASISWA SERTA DOSEN TERHADAP PENYELESAIAN PENULISAN THESIS PARA MAHASISWA S2 PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INGGRIS PASCASARJANA UNNES Rukmini, Dwi; Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar
Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Vol 32, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jpp.v32i1.5708

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The problems of this research are what is the average time spent for the S2 English Education Program students for finishing their thesis, what academic and non academic handicaps faced by the students to finish the thesis, what academic and non academic handicaps faced by the lecturers to supervise the students in finishing their thesis, How is to solve the problems in finishing the thesis. The design of the research is descriptive qualitative with the population English Education Program (EEP) students after finishing their thesis examinations and the lecturers as the advisors. The samples taken are thirty students and eight lecturers chosen randomly. The data were collected through two questionnaires namely for students dealing with the students’ identity, questions dealing with academic factors, questions dealing with non academic factors, questions addressed to the lecturers. The conclusions taken are as follows: the students’ academic competence reflected in thirty students is good; the scores for the subjects directly related to the thesis are good, though some are repeated with the commulative achievement index of 3,55. The scores for the thesis examinations are starting from AB to A or 80 above. However, there are still some problems in writing the thesis especially in grammar, diction, spelling, punctuation, cohesion, coherence, content, reference, format, numbering. The errors occurred in all chapters including in writing the abstract, acknowledgement, table of content, cover, and bibliography. Most students have the guidance book to write the thesis; the process to get the advisor decree takes one week; the meeting with the advisors is scheduled; the oral communication mode can be direct meeting through telephone and through sms. it always gets the response for an appointment from the advisors for consultation.The time period from one meeting to the other with the supervisor is one week.The advisor is helpful and in average they master the material proposed by the students. Mostly there is no contradictory opinion between the first and the second advisors.The references available in the English department library are helpful for the students to write the thesis but not in the central library of Unnes; The examiners of thesis don’t demand much revision; the data collection and the document preparation needed is well done; at the beginning the students do not master the material but after reading a lot and being guided by the advisors they know better.3) most of the students have great motivation in finishing the thesis for financial reason; most of the students are tough and patient in writing the thesis for the fact that they can finish the revision quickly; some students have very limited skill of research that makes them to be guided much; most of the students have politeness in asking the consultation though some do not. There are still some students who are reluctant to read the original books; they prefer to quote others’ quotations and still make mistake in the format including in the numbering system.
Analysis on Reading and Writing Section of Test Items in 2009/2010 English National Final Examination (UAN) for Junior High School Students Musarokah, Siti; Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar
ETERNAL Vol 1, No 2 (2010): Agustus Vol 1 No 2
Publisher : ETERNAL

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ABSTRACT This paper attempts to analyze the test items in the English National Final Examination (UAN) for Junior High School Students in the academic year 2009/2010. This study aims at analyzing the compatibility of the test items of package A in reading and writing section of English National Final Examination for Junior High School Students with the standard of graduate competence and the cognitive domains used in the test. The data were collected by using documentary method, while in analyzing the data the writers focused on matching the compatibility of the test items with the Standard of Graduate Competence and identifying the cognitive domain used. From the analysis, it was found that the test items of package A in reading and writing section of English National Final Examination 2009/2010 were in line with the Standard of Graduate Competence (SKL) arranged by the government. The cognitive domains in reading section mostly used level of comprehension. The cognitive domains in writing section used the application and the synthesis level.   Key words: analysis, test items, national final examination
Analysis on Reading and Writing Section of Test Items in 2009/2010 English National Final Examination (UAN) for Junior High School Students Musarokah, Siti; Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar
ETERNAL (English Teaching Journal) Vol 1, No 2 (2010): Agustus Vol 1 No 2
Publisher : Universitas PGRI Semarang

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ABSTRACT This paper attempts to analyze the test items in the English National Final Examination (UAN) for Junior High School Students in the academic year 2009/2010. This study aims at analyzing the compatibility of the test items of package A in reading and writing section of English National Final Examination for Junior High School Students with the standard of graduate competence and the cognitive domains used in the test. The data were collected by using documentary method, while in analyzing the data the writers focused on matching the compatibility of the test items with the Standard of Graduate Competence and identifying the cognitive domain used. From the analysis, it was found that the test items of package A in reading and writing section of English National Final Examination 2009/2010 were in line with the Standard of Graduate Competence (SKL) arranged by the government. The cognitive domains in reading section mostly used level of comprehension. The cognitive domains in writing section used the application and the synthesis level. ?é?á Key words: analysis, test items, national final examination
Promoting EFL Student Teachers’ Life-Long Learning through Microteaching Lesson Study Suryani, Fitri Budi; Rukmini, Dwi; Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar; Hartono, Rudi
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 18, No 2: December 2018, Nationally Accredited
Publisher : Soegijapranata Catholic University

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The success of lesson study as an approach for teacher professional development in improving students’ learning has inspired the works on microteaching lesson study which is designed for student teachers in microteaching course. Some studies show that microteaching lesson study brought about positive result to student teachers’ pedagogical ability and content knowledge. However, that microteaching lesson study influences student teachers in their teaching internship, that is the course taken after microteaching where student teachers teach real students in real schools, has not been revealed yet. This study aims at exploring the influence of microteaching lesson study on the English as a Foreign Language (EFL) student teachers in teaching internship and to what extent the influence was to promote the EFL student teachers’ life-long learning to teach. It is a qualitative study with semi-structured group interview as the instrument of the research. The subject of the study was ten EFL student teachers who voluntarily participated in the study from twenty two student teachers. They had enrolled in a microteaching class that applied microteaching lesson study in the sixth semester and then took the teaching internship in the seventh semester. The finding of the study indicates that microteaching lesson study has considerably influences most of the EFL student teachers in gaining life-long learning to teach as they already implemented the steps of microteaching lesson study in their teaching internship initiatively. Finally, this study recommends teacher educators to adapt lesson study in microteaching course that can make the EFL student teachers to keep learning to teach.
THE USE OF 20-SQUARES: ADD ONE MORE WORD AND WORD CLAP GAMES TO TEACH VOCABULARY Putri, Afrilita Mardiana; Sutopo, Djoko; Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar
ELT Forum: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 6 No 1 (2017): ELT Forum: Journal of English Language Teaching
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The study has objectives to find out whether 20-Squares: Add One More Word can be used in teaching vocabulary to the seventh graders of SMPN 5 Magelang and to find out whether there is a significant difference of the use of 20-Squares: Add One More Word and Word Clap Games in the students’ vocabulary achievement. The subjects of this study are two classes of seventh grade of SMPN 5 Magelang. One class serves as the control group and one class as the experimental group. This is a quasi-experimental research by using non-equivalent control group design. The instrument used is tests. The result shows that 20-Squares: Add One More Word improves the students’ vocabulary mastery. The result of t-test analysis shows that the experimental group get better achievement than the control group. In the pre-test, the average score of the experimental group is 63 and the control group is 62.67. In the post-test, the  average  score  of  experimental  group  is  81,17  and  the  control  group  is 70,67. The result of the t-test is 3.895 and t-table is 1.67. It means that the t-value is higher than t-table (3.895 > 1.67). Therefore, it can be concluded that 20-Squares: Add One More Word can be used as an alternative way in teaching vocabulary.
GROUP GRID AND ROUNDTABLE FOR TEACHING WRITING OF DESCRIPTIVE TEXT Urunami, Silvia; Bharati, Dwi Anggani Linggar; Faridi, Abdurrachman
ELT Forum: Journal of English Language Teaching Vol 6 No 2 (2017): ELT Forum: Journal of English Language Teaching
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This paper is based on a research aiming to describe the effectiveness of Group Grid and Round Table technique in teaching writing descriptive text. By using a quasi-experimental design, the research involves the tenth grade students of SMA Taruna Nusantara Magelang in the academic year of 2016/2017. In this case, the experimental group is X IA 12 and the control group is X IA 10. The result shows that the mean score of the experimental group increases from 69.15 to 79.34 after several treatments applying the strategy. The t-test computation reveals that there is a significant difference between the two groups. It is proven by the tvalue (2.844) which is higher than the ttable (1.998). In addition, a questionnaire is administered to know the effect of implementing the technique to the students. The analysis shows that 59.37% of the students agree that the implementation of the strategy assists their comprehension and 31.25% of them even strongly agree towards the statement. Therefore, Group Grid and Round Table technique is proven an effective strategy in teaching writing descriptive text.