Alamsyah Harahap, Alamsyah
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IDENTIFIKASI PARASIT PADA IKAN TENGGIRI (Scomberro spp) di TPI LAMPULO KOTA BANDA ACEH(Identification of Parasites in Scomberro spp in TPI Lampulo Banda Aceh City) harahap, alamsyah; Bakri, Muttaqien; Wardani, Elia
JURNAL ILMIAH MAHASISWA VETERINER Vol 3, No 1 (2018): NOVEMBER-JANUARI
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ABSTRAK            Penelitian ini bertujuan mengidentifikasi jenis parasit yang menginfeksi Ikan Tenggiri (Scomberro spp) di  Tempat Pelelangan Ikan (TPI) Lampulo Kota Banda Aceh. Sebanyak 5 ekor Ikan Tenggiri yang diambil dari TPI Lampulo, diperiksa di Laboratorium Parasitologi Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan Universitas Syiah Kuala Banda Aceh untuk melihat keberadaan ektoparasit dan endoparasit. Pemeriksaaan ektoparasit dilakukan dengan cara pengamatan permukaan tubuh bagian luar dan kemudian diperiksa di bawah mikroskop, sedangkan pemeriksaan endoparasit dilakukan dengan cara pengamatan pada Organ dalam dari saluran pencernaan. Dari hasil penelitian ditemukan dua jenis parasit yang menginfeksi Ikan Tenggiri di TPI Lampulo yaitu Chilodonella spp dan Trichodina spp. Sebanyak 40% dari 5 ekor Ikan Tenggiri terinfeksi Chilodonella spp dan 20% Trichodina spp. ABSTRACTThis research aims to identify parasite type that infect somberro spp in TPI Lampulo, Banda Aceh City. Total of five somberro spp were taken from TPI Lampulo and examined at Parasitology Laboratory of Veterinary Faculty Syiah Kuala University Banda Aceh to see the existence of ectoparasites and endoparasites. Examination observed by examined under a microscope, while endoparasit examination was observed on the digestion tract. results of research were found two types of parasites that infect somberro spp TPI Lampulo that were Chilodonella sp and Trichodina sp. Total 40% of Scomberro spp were infect by Chilodonella spp, and 20% Trichodina spp.   
DEVELOPING READING MATERIAL BASED-ON LOCAL CULTURE FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN KABUPATEN REJANG LEBONG Agustina, Leni; Harahap, Alamsyah
JOALL (Journal of Applied Linguistics and Literature) Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33369/joall.v3i1.6169

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Nowadays, the developing and appreciating material based on student’s local culture is very attractive. The objectives of this research are to know the existing folktales in students’ book, to identify local folktales that suitable to be included in the English students’ book and to know how to include the local folktales in the English students’ book for ninth grade of Junior High School in Rejang Lebong. This research adapted the R&D model proposed by Borg and Gall (1983) with some modifications. The data was taken from students and teachers of SMP Negeri 1 Rejang Lebong, SMP Negeri 2 Rejang Lebong and SMP Negeri 5 Rejang Lebong through questionnaire and interview.  The first result of this research shows that students like the existing folktales in students’ book but sometimes they found difficulties in comprehending it. The second result identifies three siutable local folktales suitable to be included in the students’ book; Legenda Batu Menangis (62.4%), Lalan Belek (66.7%) and Muning Raib (66.7%). The third result shows that the developed material can be used as supplementary reading material. In conclusion, the existing folktales in the student’s book are good but not contextual, there are highly three suitable local folktales to be included in students’ book (Legenda Batu Menangis, Lalan Belek, and Muning Raib) and the way to include the suitable local folktales in English students’ book is as supplementary reading material. As suggestion, the next researcher can conduct further study on evaluation by using try out of this material development.
THE ANALYSIS OF SIGNIFICANCE DIFFERENCE IN WRITING ACHIEVEMENT AMONG THE STUDENTS WHO ARE INTROVERT, EXTROVERT, AND AMBIVERT Revola, Yashori; Harahap, Alamsyah; Suwarno, Bambang
JOALL (Journal of Applied Linguistics and Literature) Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33369/joall.v1i1.3939

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The objective of this research was to investigate significant difference among personality types in students’ writing achievement. The samples of the research comprised the third semester students of English Department of IAIN Bengkulu, academic year 2015/2016. The research design was ex - post facto. The result showed that the comparison result of writing achievement  between introvert and extrovert  types showed that Sig < ?, thus the alternative hypothesis was accepted. Comparison between introvert and ambivert types showed that Sig < ?, thus the alternative hypothesis was accepted. Then, comparison between extrovert and ambivert types showed Sig > ?, thus the alternative hypothesis was rejected. In conclusion, there was significance difference in writing achievement between introvert and both of extrovert and ambivert types. Meanwhile there was no  significant difference in writing achievement between extrovert and ambivert types. This means that introvert students were stronger than extrovert and ambivert students in writing achievement of narrative text
AN ANALYSIS OF INTERACTIONAL PATTERN BETWEEN TEACHER AND STUDENT IN SMAN 1 CURUP KOTA Afriyanto, Hendi; Harahap, Alamsyah; Azwandi, Azwandi
JOALL (Journal of Applied Linguistics and Literature) Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33369/joall.v2i1.5873

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This study investigates the interaction pattern in SMAN 1 Curup Kota, based on Coulthard theory (2002). This study analyzed the interaction pattern and type of act used by teacher and students to see the ideal pattern in the classroom. The data analysis shows that (a) the dominant pattern used in the classroom is complete pattern (IRF) and there are also semi-complete pattern (IR) and incomplete pattern (IF); (b) In the type of acts section, the elicitation is the highest followed by informative and starter in the initiation move,  reply as the highest act in the response move, and in the follow up accept as the highest followed by comment. It can be concluded that interaction pattern in the classroom is dominantly occured is ideal pattern but it’s not good interaction pattern because delimit student opportunity in the classroom
AN ANALYSIS OF INTERACTIONAL PATTERN BETWEEN TEACHER AND STUDENT IN SMAN 1 CURUP KOTA Afriyanto, Hendi; Harahap, Alamsyah; Azwandi, Azwandi
JOALL (Journal of Applied Linguistics and Literature) Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33369/joall.v3i1.6538

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This study investigates the interaction pattern in SMAN 1 Curup Kota, based on Coulthard theory (2002). This study analyzed the interaction pattern and type of act used by teacher and students to see the ideal pattern in the classroom. The data analysis shows that (a) the dominant pattern used in the classroom is complete pattern (IRF) and there are also semi-complete pattern (IR) and incomplete pattern (IF); (b) In the type of acts section, the elicitation is the highest followed by informative and starter in the initiation move,  reply as the highest act in the response move, and in the follow up accept as the highest followed by comment. It can be concluded that interaction pattern in the classroom is dominantly occured is ideal pattern but it’s not good interaction pattern because delimit student opportunity in the classroom.
RHETORICAL MOVES AND LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF JOURNAL ARTICLE ABSTRACTS BY POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL AUTHORS IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS Andika, Rosyi Putri; Arsyad, Safnil; Harahap, Alamsyah
JOALL (Journal of Applied Linguistics and Literature) Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33369/joall.v3i1.6539

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The abstract has become the first part that will be read by readers in a research article. Some important aspects in the abstract are move structure and linguistic features. This study examines the rhetorical moves and linguistic features of English research article abstract written by three groups of authors in Applied Linguistics. The research design was mixed method design combining quantitative and qualitative method with the corpus of this study consisted of 60 abstracts by postgraduate students, national and international authors found in RA abstracts. The results show that the common moves by three groups of authors have only three moves (i.e purpose, method, and results). The common linguistic features used by three groups of authors are active voice, present tense, and simple sentence. By comparing the three groups of abstracts the differences are found in the postgraduate students authors. They were used move 1 (Background/ introduction/ situation) fewer than national and international authors. Furthur the postgraduate students used past tense more dominant than present tense and using hedges is more frequently than national and international authors. This study concludes that in writing RA abstracts a writer should adjust the commonly used rules the abstract especially in using 5 moves in the abstracts.
NEED ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH FOR TOUR AND TRAVEL DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN BENGKULU CITY Salisna, Rahamdina; Harahap, Alamsyah; Sofyan, Dedi
JOALL (Journal of Applied Linguistics & Literature) Vol 4, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33369/joall.v4i1.6303

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This research aimed to investigate the English needs of Tour and Travel Department at Vocational High School Negeri 1 and Vocational High School Negeri 7 in Bengkulu City. The research used mixed method and convergent parallel design. The sample of this research consisted of three groups of respondents. First group was students, consisted of 28 active students and 4 alumni. Second group was English teachers, consisted of 2 English teachers. The third group was stakeholders, consisted of two heads of the Tour and Travel Department, two assistances of curriculum, hotel, and tour staffs. The data of this research were gathered by using adapted questionnaire and interview. The questionnaire was analyzed quantitatively and interview was analyzed qualitatively. The data were combined by using convergent parallel design. Results of this research indicated that listening and speaking are the two prioritized skills needed by the tour and travel department. Topics of speaking which has the greatest importance are flight reservation, prices and payment, tourist destination, tourist attraction, direction, and booking hotels. Topics of listening which has the greatest importance are flight reservation, booking hotels, direction, job interview, complaints, and cultural tourism.  Topics of reading which has the greatest importance are memos, letters, cultural tourism, handling a complaint, and tourism terms. Topics of writing which has the greatest importance are rules and regulation, instruction.
NEEDS ANALYSIS OF ESP FOR TOURISM STUDY PROGRAM AT SMKN 7 (SENIOR VOCATIONAL SCHOOL) KOTA BENGKULU Oktarin, Rezky; ., syahrial; Harahap, Alamsyah
Journal of English Education and Teaching Vol 3, No 1 (2019)
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The design of this research is quantitative-qualitative descriptive research. The purpose of this research are first to analyze the English learning needs of students in Tourism Study Program and second to analyze the suitability of existing English textbook used. The subjects of this research are students of SMKN 7 Bengkulu 12th grade, English teachers in SMKN 7 Bengkulu, graduates of Tourism Study Program, and the English language users in the field of Tourism. In this study, researcher used the needs analysis to find what are the need, lacks, and want of students in learning English. The instruments that used in this study are questionnaires, interview, and existing English textbooks used in English language learning. The result of the research indicate that the needs of the Tourism Study Program student grade XII of SMKN 7 Kota Bengkulu are materials and activities that support their activities to work in the tourism field and the existing English textbook used by Tourism Study Program student grade XII of SMKN 7 Kota Bengkulu that is English textbook from Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Indonesia (2015) do not cover the students’ need.
LEARNERS’ NEED ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES OF CULINARY DEPARTMENT STUDENTS AT SMKN 3 KOTA BENGKULU Ayutami, Annisa; Harahap, Alamsyah; ., Syahrial
Journal of English Education and Teaching Vol 2, No 1 (2018): articles
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The design of this research is qualitative descriptive research. The purposes of this research are first to analyze the English learning needs of students in Culinary Department and second to identify what are the needs that not available in the textbook used. The subjects of this research are first the students of SMKN 3 Bengkulu 10th grade, second the English   teachers   who   teach   at   the   Culinary   department,   third   alumni   of   Culinary department, and fourth the English language users in the field of Culinary. In this study, researchers used the needs analysis to find what are the needs and wants of students in learning English. The instruments that used in this study are questionnaires, interview questionnaires, and textbooks used in English language learning. The result of the research indicates that the students' English needs is the learning material according to their vocation and the activity that can make the students more active in the learning process. For unavailable needs are including the materials that contain more vocabulary related to culinary, text examples and tasks to suit students' abilities, and learning activities that can make students more active. 
THE ANALYSIS OF THE PROPORTION OF LANGUAGE SKILLS IN ENGLISH TEXTBOOK GRADE XI PUBLISHED BY KEMENDIKBUD 2014 Wulandari, Yuni; Damayanti, Indah; Harahap, Alamsyah
Journal of English Education and Teaching Vol 2, No 3 (2018): Article
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This study analyzed the proportion of language skills in English textbook using descriptive quantitative method. This study aimed to find out the proportion of language skills in English textbook grade XI published by Kemendikbud 2014, and to find out the suitability of language skills in English textbook grade XI published by Kemendikbud 2014 and the goal of English subject's syllabus for Senior High School. The object of this research was English textbook for grade XI (Senior High School) published by Kemendikbud 2014 (1st and 2nd semester). The instrument used was evaluation checklist to collect the data about the proportion of language skills. The result showed that the textbook focuses more on writing skills (35%), grammar (32%), speaking (25%), reading (7%), and listening had the lowest proportion of (1%). The result of the evaluation showed that this textbook represent the writing skill that integrated with other skills. This textbook has the appropriate proportion on  two  skills (writing and speaking) however, it has inappropriate proportion on other two skills (listening and reading).