Didik Hartono
Faculty of Culture Studies, University of Brawijaya

Published : 4 Documents
Articles

Found 4 Documents
Search

Corrective Feedbacks and Their Impacts To Learners’ Uptakes In EFL Speaking Class

EDUCAFL : E-Journal of Education of English as a Foreign Language Vol 1, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Brawijaya

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

This paper discusses the importance of both teachers’ and students’ acceptance about the fact that errors are important part of learning process. It is through students’ errors, teacher can observe what students are trying to posses, what notions students have misunderstood and what additional work they might need. For that reason, errors are often seen as a sign of learning in language acquisition process. On the other hand, teachers’ habits in responding students’ spoken errors are varied, showing different reactions they hold towards student’s spoken errors. Some teachers tend to correct all the errors while some tend to be tolerant, and still some others do not correct at all. Corrective feedbacks are provided by the teacher in responding student’s errors. From the language teacher’s point of view, the provision of feedback is a major means to inform learners of the accuracy of both their target language production. Unfortunately, sometimes, feedback as a part of teacherlearner interaction in the class is assumed as a barrier in doing a communication. This paper calls the attention to the importance of applying the appropriate corrective feedbacks toward students’ spoken errors and the impacts of that error correction behavior toward students’ uptake.Keywords: Corrective feedbacks, categories of errors, students’ uptake.

Corrective Feedbacks and Their Implications on Learners’ Uptakes in Academic Speaking Class

(JELE) Journal Of English Language and Education Vol 4, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Mercu Buana Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (295.668 KB)

Abstract

This study attempts to investigate a study on corrective feedbacks and learners’ uptakes in adult EFL classroom. The study was aimed at finding the types of corrective feedbacks were used by the academic speaking lecturer, the types of oral feedbacks were the most effective in the lecturer’s opinion, the types of uptakes followed lecturer’s corrective feedbacks, and the  types of oral corrective feedbacks were mostly preferred by the students. The study employed a qualitative research design through a passive-participatory observation of patterns of error treatment in an adult EFL class. The research subjects were the lecturer and twenty seven students of the Academic Speaking Class, the English Department of Faculty of Culture Studies, Brawijaya University, Malang. The findings show that the lecturer applied explicit correction mostly (90%), compared to another five types of corrective feedbacks. Moreover, the lecturer said that explicit correction was the most effective type of corrective feedbacks. Meanwhile, the findings also show that most student applied repetition type of uptake. On the other hand, most of the students answered that their preference of corrective feedback type was repetition corrective feedback.

Designing a Model of Tourism Village by Augmenting Language and Tourism Awareness as an Attempt to Increase Local Economy in Batu

e-2477-1929
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Service, University of Brawijaya

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

As one of the efforts to awaken the local economy of Batu, this study offers a model of language and tourism awareness-based-tourism village that is establishing a tourism community that actively supports the government tourism programs. On the basis of the need analysis of the local people, a material for learning English for tourism and a model of tourism village were set up in the first year of the study. The programs in the second year of the study focus on the development and implementation of the tourism community. This community works on increasing communication skills and tourism awareness among the community consisting of a group of tourism awareness, the youths and businessmen. A visit and training plan in the form of Focus Group Discussion (FGD) has already been implemented in the four villages in Batu namely Punten, Tulungrejo, Sumberejo and Pandanrejo. This community is established to increase the local people income which is expected to influence the global income of the village. The results show that the four villages agree with the idea of training and building a tourism community in Batu.Keywords: developing a model of tourism village, communication skill awareness, tourism awareness, local economy, Batu city

Designing Community Sustainable Development Through Language and Tourism Awareness in Kota Wisata Batu

e-2477-1929
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Service, University of Brawijaya

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Tourism is one of the largest and fastest growing economic sectors in the world and has a considerable role to play in delivering sustainable development in many countries. Over the last fifty years, tourism has become one of the largest economic sectors globally, accounting for some 9% of the world’s GDP and over 200 million jobs. Tourist movements towards developing and least developed countries are growing faster than in the developed world, accounting now for almost 50% of total international tourist arrivals. Many developing countries do have assets of enormous value to the tourism sector, such as culture, art, landscape, wildlife, and climate. They are very well positioned to develop tourism as a key sector contributing to economic growth. The development of tourism in Indonesia has given significant contribution toward national economic growth. These dynamics have turned tourism into a key driver for socio-‎economic progress. Tourism is one of the many external forces influencing the direction and options for local sustainable development. One of the interesting phenomena is focusing on the concept of Local Tourism Village: a village exploring the local tourism potentials and culture in Kota Wisata Batu (KWB), East Java, Indonesia. This research offers a design or model of Local Tourism Village which is equipped with the awareness of tourism and also language to enrich local human resources. This is in line with sustainable development to simultaneously achieve three objectives, namely: (1) to increase local social welfare; (2) to get greater and more equitably distributed local economic wealth; and (3) to enhance the integrity of local ecosystems (UN Conference on Environment and Development). The design is based on the analysis of local tourism potentials, the analysis of human resources to promote tourisms, and the need survey of English as an international language to support tourism promotions. This model requires the joint of local government, society, and education practitioners to establish autonomous learning condition. The model works on giving training on English for Tourisms presented on a module and practiced in series of tourism activities.Keywords: Local tourism village, Sustainable development, English for Tourisms, Kota Wisata Batu