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Semantic Change Analysis on Film “the King’s Speech” Hidayati, Hidayati; Ilham, Ilham
Linguistics and ELT Journal Vol 6, No 2 (2018): December
Publisher : Muhammadiyah University of Mataram

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Semantic Change is the meaning of a word can indeed change through its use in a metaphor, and it is often mentioned as one of the significant factors in semantic change. Based on the types of semantic change, they are divided into four types namely generalization, specialization, pejoration and amelioration. This research aims to analyze semantic change by characters on the film The King’s Speech written by David Seidler to find the types of semantic change by using qualitative research, and the data were collected through the film script especially from the characters in the film. Based on the findings of the study, the researcher found two semantic change such as the semantic change of generalization reaches the highest number with 10 data (62.5%). It implies that the characters in the film gave the words which were containing the meaning of a word is broadening to include new concepts. The range of its meaning increases so that the word can be used in various contexts with a broader meaning than its neutral one. The semantic change of specialization with 6 data (37.5%). It implies that the characters in the film gave the words which were containing the meaning of the word is narrowed into the same class. The range of its meaning is decreased, and word can be used only in fewer contexts than before.
A Conversational Analysis of Grice’s Maxims Theories on Cooperative Principles at Undergraduate English Students Hidayati, Hidayati; Lukman, Lukman
Linguistics and ELT Journal Vol 6, No 1 (2018): June
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This study was aimed to analyze students’ conversation based on Grice’s maxim theory at the English department of  Muhammadiyah University of Mataram. The method of this research was qualitative. The result of this research showed that students were followed the maxim of quantity is 60 utterances, followed the maxim of quality is 16 utterances, followed the maxim of relevant is 24 utterances, and followed the maxim of manner is 6 utterances. Violated maxim of quantity is 47 utterances, violated maxim of quality is 27 utterances, violated maxim of relevant is 50 utterances and violated manner is 89 utterances. Violated maxims often happen than followed the maxims, total of violated whole the maxims are 213 and total of followed whole the maxims are 106 because the speaker and participants are come from different cultures, using informal language and their purpose in communication to maintain their social harmony.
The Use of Authentic Material in Teaching Vocabulary: An Experimental Study at the First Grade of SMA 1 Batukliang in Academic Year 2015-2016 Hidayati, Hidayati
Linguistics and ELT Journal Vol 5, No 1 (2017): June
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Authentic material a real media and materials as a strategy for student learning in the classroom Vocabulary is a list or a series of words that are used to express the idea, or we teach in the foreign language with word knowledge. This research was aimed to find out the use of authentic material in teaching vocabulary. The population of this study is the first grader of SMAN 1 Batukliang which consist of two classes, and the researcher took two classes as the sample, they were class X.1 consist of 30 students, and class X.3 consist of 30 students, the total number of both classes were 60 students. The data in this study were gathered from the pre-test and post-test which given to the experimental and control group before and after treatment was done. In this research, the researcher computed the data by using the t-test formula. After collecting and calculating the data, the researcher found that the mean score of pre-test and post-test for the experimental group were 58.4 and 72, while for the control group were 53 and 61.8. And in testing the hypothesis, the researcher used the t-test formula. The researcher found that t-test was 68.5 and t-table in significant rank 0.05 (5%) was 1.6716. It proved that t-test was higher than t-table (6.073 > 1.6716). The alternative hypothesis was accepted. It indicates that the authentic use material was effective in teaching vocabulary for the first grader of SMAN 1 Batukliang in academic year 2015/2016.
THE USE OF TIC TAC TOE GAME IN TEACHING SPEAKING SKILL Hidayati, Hidayati
Linguistics and ELT Journal Vol 3, No 1 (2015): June
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This study was carried out to find the effect of of tic tac toe game in teaching speaking skill. This study was conduced at the second grade of MAN 1 Praya in academic year 2014- 2015. The total number of sample were 40 students and they were divided into two groups. The first group was called experimental group consist of 20 students and the second group was called control group consist of 20 students. After analyzing the data obtained , the researcher found that the use of tic tac toe game has effect in teaching speaking skill. It proved from the data analysis, the researcher found that the value of t-test was 6,3, while the value of t-table in df 38 were 2,024 for confidence level 0,05 (90%) and 2,71 for confidence level 0,01 (99%). It showed that the value of t-test is higher than t-table. It is mean that the use of tic tac toe game has effect in teaching speaking skill. So, the null hypothesis (Ho) was accepted because the use of tic tac toe game has effect in teaching speaking skill at the seond grade of MAN 1 Praya in Academic Year 2014- 2015. 
THE EFFECT OF METACOGNITVE LEARNING STRATEGY TOWARDSTUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN LISTENING COMPREHENSION (AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY AT THE SECOND YEAR STUDENTS OF MTs.AL- MADANIYAH JEMPONG MATARAM IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017 Hidayati, Hidayati
Linguistics and ELT Journal Vol 5, No 2 (2017): December
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This study is about the effect of metacognitive learning strategy toward students’ achievement in listening comprehension an experimental study at the second-year students of MTs.AL-MADANIYAH Jempong Mataram in the academic year 2016-2017. The purpose of the study is to know whether there is an effect of metacognitive learning strategy or not toward students’ achievement in listening comprehension. The research method was quasi-experimental research with nonequivalent control group design. The population of the research was all of the second year Students of MTs.AL-MADANIYAH Jempong Mataram, conducted of two classes as a sample; Experimental group II A and Control group II B. II A was taught by using Metacognitive Learning Strategy while II B was taught without using Metacognitive Learning Strategy. The researcher gave the Listening test to gather the data. The formula that used to analyze the data was t-test. It is supposed to know the significant difference between students’ score in the experimental group and control group. Based on the computation of the t-test formula, it was found that the mean score of the experimental group was 17,6 and the mean score of the control group was 9,2. After analyzing the data, it was found that t-test was 5,626. The degree of freedom (df) was (Nx+Ny-2) = (25+25-2) =48. The degree of freedom from 38 students as the sample. The researcher got a score for confident level 0.5 or 95% and score 2.000, for confident level 0.1 or 99% is 2.660. It means that t-test was higher than t-table. After the data had been obtained; it was found that metacognitive learning strategy has a positive effect on teaching listening. It showed by the significant value of t-test >t-table. It means that Ha (alternative hypotheses) was accepted because t-test was higher than t-table. Based on the explanation, the researcher concludes that the effect of metacognitive learning strategy toward students achievement in listening comprehension at the second year students of MTs.AL- MADANIYAH Jempong Mataram has a positive effect.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING INTERACTIVE WRITING IN TEACHING WRITING Hidayati, Hidayati
Linguistics and ELT Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2015): December
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This experiment was to evaluate the  effectiveness of using interactive writing  in teaching writing at the second grade students of MTs Al-Raisiyah Sekarbela in Academic year 2014/2015.66 out of 100 students participated during the treatment. This study used quasi-experiment design which comprised two groups as the experiment and the control groups. To obtained the findings, tests were administered before and after the treatment. The results showed the interactive writing strategy was effective to help students improve their writing skill.
Co-Authors A, Agung Agoes Soehianie Agung Endro Nugroho Agus Prasetyo Alexander A. Iskandar A. Iskandar Alwafi, Iffa Arifuddin Arifuddin Asbah, Asbah Asmawit Asmawit, Asmawit Asmawit, Asmawit Astuti Wijayanti, Astuti Aurum, Jati Bakar, Ali Abu Bambang Setiaji Budi, Agnes Cahyani, Rani Candra Kurniawan Christianingrum Christianingrum, Christianingrum Darma, Azri Desi Purnamasari Dewi Febrina Didiek Herhady Dodi Ramdani, Dodi Duwi Agustina, Duwi Elfawati Elfawati Ernawati Ernawati Erni Suryandari, Erni Fadil Oenzil Fahrudin Fahrudin Fara, Lintan Farid Salahudin, Farid Farida, Camellia Fatni Mufit Ferry Sudarto, Ferry Fitri Jayanti, Fitri Fitriana Djafar, Fitriana Gambiro Gambiro, Gambiro Geubrina, Misla Gusrawati, Rina Hafni Bachtiar Hafri Yanti Hartono Hartono Hastuti, Ening Sry Helmi Arifin Humaira Humaira Husada, Sarif Ilham Ilham Imran Saherman Inayati Inayati Isran, Isran istiqomah istiqomah Jejem Mujamil, Jejem Juniana, Nur Kuswardani Kuswardani, Kuswardani Lukman Lukman Masril Masril Maya Yusnita, Maya Mayasari Mayasari, Mayasari Mayefis, Delladari Miftahus Surur, Miftahus Mohamad Rusdi Hidayat, Mohamad Rusdi Mohammad Rusdi Hidayat, Mohammad Rusdi Muhammad Dani Supardan Muhammad Ikhsanudin, Muhammad Murniati, Asih Mustafa, Dian PW Najemi, Chairin Nana Supriyatna, Nana Ningsih, Ica Nursari, Nursari Pasaribu, Sumihar Praba Ginandjar Pramono Putro Utomo, Pramono Putro Prianti, Anna Puji Hariati Winingsih, Puji Hariati Qadariah, Lelly Rahayu, Gustria Rahmaniah, Rima RAVEINAL RAVEINAL Reni Marlina Riri Jonuarti Ristiyanti, Septi Rusnaini Rusnaini Saleh, Eniza Sandi, Indah Maydila Saputro, Nurhadi Semiyatun, Semiyatun Septi Ambarwati, Septi Sigit Sujatmika, Sigit Sopiah, Sopiah Sri Hainil, Sri Sri Rinanti Susilowati Sukma Budi Ariyani, Sukma Budi SUMADI SUMADI Sumar, Sumar Susanti Susanti Suwoto Suwoto Syafruddin Ilyas Tahrir Aulawi Tias Ernawati, Tias Veator Renyaan, Veator Wahyuni Satria Dewi, Wahyuni Satria Wahyuni, Eka Dwi Widiani, Arovah Widowati Pusporini, Widowati Yenni Darvina Yuli Prihatni Yulia Jamal Yurnetti, Yurnetti Yuvia, Yuvia Zain, Isna Zainap, Siti Zakirman, Zakirman Zakiya, Zara Zuindra, Zuindra