Esti Junining
Faculty of Culture studies, Brawijaya University

Published : 14 Documents
Articles

Found 14 Documents
Search

Designing A Collaborative Syllabus of English for Specific Purposes (ESP)

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

The recommended model of teaching English for Students of Non English Department is collaborative teaching which provides subject lecturer’s involvement in the curriculum design. This paper reported the process of designing a syllabus of collaborative teaching for ESP teaching in Indonesian context as a part or curriculum planning. As a part of curriculum design, this ESP syllabus focuses on content area reading in the area of physics. Several text types commonly used in physics department and vocabulary building of academic word lists and the ones related to physics area study were elaborated as well. The paper concludes that the implementation of this program needs high commitment from the stakeholders in order to make the program successfully implemented.Keywords: collaborative English teaching, Physics study Program, curriculum design, syllabus design

DESIGNING A SYLLABUS OF COLLABORATIVE ENGLISH TEACHING FOR PHYSICS STUDY PROGRAM

JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 2, No 2: November 2015
Publisher : IAIN Kediri

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

The recommended model of teaching Englishfor students of non-English department is collaborativeteaching which provides subject lecturer‘s involvementin the curriculum design. This paper reported theprocess of designing a syllabus of collaborative teachingfor ESP teaching in Indonesian context. As a part ofcurriculum design, this ESP syllabus focuses on contentarea reading in the area of physics. Several text typescommonly used in physics department and vocabularybuilding of academic word lists and the ones related tophysics area study were elaborated as well. The paperconcludes that the implementation of this programneeds high commitment from the stakeholders in orderto make the program successfully implemented.Keywords: collaborative English teaching, Physics StudyProgram, curriculum design, syllabus design

ERROR ANALYSIS IN THE TRAVEL WRITING MADE BY THE STUDENTS OF ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM

JEELS - Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies Vol 2, No 1: May 2015
Publisher : IAIN Kediri

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

This study was conducted to identify the kinds of errors in surface strategy taxonomy and to know the dominant type of errors made by the fifth semester students of English Department of one State University in Malang-Indonesia in producing their travel writing. The type of research of this study is document analysis since it analyses written materials, in this case travel writing texts. The analysis finds that the grammatical errors made by the students based on surface strategy taxonomy theory consist of four types. They are (1) omission, (2) addition, (3) misformation and (4) misordering. The most frequent errors occuring in misformation are in the use of tense form. Secondly, the errors are in omission of noun/verb inflection. The next error, there are many clauses that contain unnecessary phrase added there.Keywords: Error, Error Analysis, Surface Strategy Taxonomy, Travel Writing

Socio-Cultural Life Of Kelud People In Connecting With Traditional Mitigation Effort Based On Local Wisdom

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

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Kelud is one of the 13 active volcanoes located in Java Island. The sequence of eruptions becomes a natural phenomenon which constructs the culture of the people who live around it. Therefore, this local wisdom-based research tries to investigate the relationship between the socio-cultural life of people inhibiting at the foot of Kelud Volcano and the disaster mitigation. The inhabitants of Sugihwaras Village who live within 10 km radius from the peak of Kelud are assumed as a “disaster-aware” community that becomes a valuable source of the local wisdom. The ethnography approach was stressed on the cultural tradition of the people of Sugihwaras that was observed directly from participation during traditional events, especially rituals. The rediscovery of the local wisdom in a traditional effort of disaster mitigation as the main goal of the research is expected to give contributions to good governance. This is highly possible because it is shown in most of the findings that the local wisdom of Kelud people teaches moral ethics which not only guides the relationship between human being and The Almighty, the way to respect each other among social human being, but also the harmonious life between human and nature.  Keywords:Socio-cultural life, traditional mitigation, Kelud people, local wisdom

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

Developing Critical Thinking Skills in Language Teaching: Oral Interpretation Class

Proceeding of International Conference on Teacher Training and Education Vol 1, No 1 (2016): Proceeding of International Conference on Teacher Training and Education
Publisher : Sebelas Maret University

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Critical Thinking Skill (CTS) is one of the skills that is required to survive in this globalization era. People need this skill to innovate in technology to increase education quality and to produce outstanding human resources. However, not many Indonesian learners master this kind of skill. There are still some constraints in applying this skill into action. Both teachers and students have difficulties in implementing this skill in the classroom. This paper aims at producing innovative CTS strategies that are easily conducted in language teaching. The language teaching in this paper is specified in teaching oral interpretation class in which the students are expected to be able to apply CTS to master both receptive skills, listening and understanding audio visual teaching media, and productive skills, producing appropriate oral interpretation skills to bridge the gap between two languages. Constructing questions while watching audio-visual media and taking notes to supplement short term memory is the first innovation in CTS teaching. The second one is taking the essential notes using signs, symbols and figures to get the essence of the source language. Demonstrating a role play in oral interpretation is the final activity in this teaching and learning process

DESIGNING A SYLLABUS OF COLLABORATIVE ENGLISH TEACHING FOR PHYSICS STUDY PROGRAM

JEELS Vol 2, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : JEELS

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

The recommended model of teaching Englishfor students of non-English department is collaborativeteaching which provides subject lecturer‘s involvementin the curriculum design. This paper reported theprocess of designing a syllabus of collaborative teachingfor ESP teaching in Indonesian context. As a part ofcurriculum design, this ESP syllabus focuses on contentarea reading in the area of physics. Several text typescommonly used in physics department and vocabularybuilding of academic word lists and the ones related tophysics area study were elaborated as well. The paperconcludes that the implementation of this programneeds high commitment from the stakeholders in orderto make the program successfully implemented.Keywords: collaborative English teaching, Physics StudyProgram, curriculum design, syllabus design

The Effectiveness Of Morphological Awareness Training In Acquiring Vocabulary For English Foreign Language Learners

Jurnal Inspirasi Pendidikan Vol 5 No 2 (2015): Agustus 2015
Publisher : Universitas Kanjuruhan Malang

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (284.158 KB)

Abstract

The aim of this study was primarily to investigate the effects ofmorphological awareness training in acquiring vocabulary of EFL’Learners. The design of this study was quasi-experiment design. The totalpopulation of this study was 263 studentsat the first grade from SMPN 2Singosari. The sample was 66 students consist of 33 students from classVIIE as control group and 33 students from class VIIG as experimentalgroup. There were two independent variable, control group andexperimental group. The experimental group received 5 lessons onstrategies whereas the control group did not. Vocabulary Measurement testthat adapted from Coxhead (2000) were used and descriptive statistics werereported. In this study the effectiveness of Morphological Awareness wasinvestigated by using independent sample t-test.The result showed thattcounted was lower than tcritical (-18.00<2.000) with P value 0.00 (df=64).The P value was less than 0.05 which it indicated that there is significantdifferences between control and experimental group.The result of thisstudy has shown that there was an effect of morphological awarenesstraining in acquiring students’ vocabulary. Also, the findings have shownthat students had motivation to practice their vocabulary ability.Morphological awareness also makes the learner more aware of the writingsystem.

TRANSLATION STRATEGIES ADOPTED BY ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS IN COPING WITH NON EQUIVALENCE PROBLEMS

ERUDIO (Journal of Educational Innovation) Vol 2, No 2 (2014): ERUDIO (JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION)
Publisher : Universitas Brawijaya

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Translation skill is undoubtedly needed by university students to uncover the problems in understanding textbooks written in English. Despite the need, there are still few students using appropriate strategies to help them comprehend the textbooks. This is due to their lack of understanding in the theories of translation which more or less help them translate the textbooks well. This paper is intended to find out appropriate strategies adopted by English department students in coping with problems with non equivalence. Sixty five English department students have participated in this small survey. The data were collected by asking the students to translate three different genres of texts, from informational text, literary text and news. From the translation process, the students will face problems with non equivalence from each different genre of a text. This small survey revealed the common translation strategies adopted by the English department students in translating informational text, literary text and news. The underlying finding will reveal the typical strategies used to deal with the problems of non equivalence in informational text, literary text and news. At the end of the paper, it is suggested that the students undergo more practice in translation using the seven strategies of translation.

Revitalizing a Traditional Game “Dakon” to Teach English for Young Learners

Metathesis: journal of English language, literature, and teaching Vol 2, No 1 (2018): METATHESIS
Publisher : English Education Study Program, Faculty of Education and Teachers Training, Tidar Univer

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (831.377 KB)

Abstract

A traditional game can develop either cognitive, social or emotional skills of the children. Dakon, one of the name of traditional game from Java, becomes the point of discussion in this paper. Dakon is made of wood or plastic with fourteen pits filled with particles like tamarine seeds, snail cover or small stones. This game can be played by two players facing each other by filling the particles to each pit. In the last stopped stone, the student should see the letter printed in the pit and then start spelling the letter, pronounce the word and read the usage of the word in a simple sentence provided. This part is played again and again until the particles are empty. This paper aims at designing a traditional game, dakon, to learn pronunciation and vocabulary. This game is designed for young learners (elementary school students) who willingly learn English in pairs. Besides learning English, this game also can develop the learners’ social interaction with friends at similar ages. This is a Design Based Research by designing art concept. The result shows that the Elementary school students enjoy learning English using this game.