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ENHANCING STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION THROUGH KWL TECHNIQUE Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning; Putri, Emielda Shendita
English Teaching Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : English Teaching Journal

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Penelitian Tindakan Kelas (PTK) ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan kemampuan membaca siswa kelas x di SMK PGRI Pakis-Malang dalam memahami teks naratif. Penelitian ini perlu dilakukan karena hasil dari preliminary study menunjukan bahwa siswa mengalami kesulitan dalam memahami teks naratif. Selain itu, informasi dari guru menunjukan bahwa siswa memiliki motivasi yang rendah dan kurang bias bekerjasama dalam pembelajaran membaca teks naratif. Dengan menggunakan instrumen yang berupa kuesioner, lembar observasi, catatan lapangan, dan tes yang diterapkan pada dua siklus, ditemukan bahwa teknik KWL mampu meningkatkan kemampuan siswa dalam memahami teks naratif. Secara kualitatif, terbukti bahwa siswa lebih  antusias dalam mengikuti pelajaran karena mereka memeliki kesempatan berinteraksi dengan teman sejawat, serta memiliki pengalaman baru dalam belajar. Secara kuantitatif, terbukti bahwa 25 siswa dari 27 siswa memiliki nilai kemampuan membaca yang melebihi KKM sekolah. Penemuan ini memberi informasi bagi para pendidik yang menghadapi persoalan yang sama untuk mencoba mengadopsi ataupun mengadaptasi teknik KWL dalam proses pembelajaran
ENHANCING STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION THROUGH KNOW -WANT TO KNOW- LEARNED (KWL) TECHNIQUE Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning; Putri, Emielda Shendita
Journal of English Educators Society Vol 1, No 1 (2016): JEES
Publisher : English Education Study Program. Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo

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This Classroom Action Research (CAR) aimed at developing the tenth graders’ reading ability in comprehending narrative text by using KWL technique. This research was crucially conducted due to the fact that the results of preliminary study indicated that students faced difficulties in understanding narrative text.  Besides, the English teacher in that particular school elicited that students were less motivated and uncooperative in learning English. The selection of using KWL was based on the findings of previous research  which showed that KWL technique was proven as an effective technique in enhancing students’ ability in learning English. To obtain the data in both cycles, the researchers applied several instruments as questionnaires, observation sheets, field notes, and tests. The findings revealed that KWL technique had improved students’ reading skill, both qualitatively and quantitatively. In term of qualitative, it was proven that the students were more enthusiastic in learning because they had more opportunities to interact one another; besides, the admitted that the experienced a new way of learning English. Similarly, the quantitative data also elicited that 25 out of 27 students had obtained narrative reading scores above the school minimum standard. These findings gave meaningful information for English teachers, who might face similar problem, to try to adopt or adapt KWL technique in their teaching and learning process.
PROJECT BASED-LEARNING (PBL): AN OFFERED SOLUTION FOR SPEAKING CLASS Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning
Celtic: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature, & Linguistics Vol 2, No 2 (2015): December
Publisher : English Language Education Department, University of Muhammadiyah Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/CELTICUMM.Vol2.No2.34-42

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This Classroom Action Research (CAR) was intended to describe how Project Based Learning (PBL) could improve students’ speaking ability. This research was carried out to the fact that the students in one of private colleges in Malang faced some speaking problems such as anxiety and limited linguistic competence. The researcher believed that BPL could solve her teaching problem since some research as Permatasari (2013) and Maulany (2013) had come into conclusion that PBL could enhance students’ speaking skill and promote students’ collaborative skill. Following, the previous research, the findings of this particular research, which were revealed from various instruments, agree that PBL can provide optimum opportunity for the students to explore and practice speaking skill so that they can improve their speaking ability. Besides, the findings of the research show that this strategy had challenged the students to demonstrate their team –work ability.
Reading Experiences of Nonnative-English-Speaking Students Majoring in English Language Teaching Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning; Lestari, Hernina Dewi
JEES (Journal of English Educators Society) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): October
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo

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This study attempts to synthesize the findings of an Indonesian case study on reading experiences of nonnative-English-speaking ELT students. The researchers examined 36 students of bachelor program students using a descriptive qualitative design. The finding revealed that 55.6% of the students spent 2-3 hours reading, 27.7% spent 1-2 hours reading, while the rest 16.7% spent less than an hour reading. In term of genre, 69.4% of the students preferred scientific reading genre while 30.6% preferred fiction. Regarding the mode of reading materials, 86.1% of the students used printed material and the other 13.9% used digital reading material. The finding of this study presented that 75% of the students liked to read materials in their first language while the rest 25% preferred to read reading materials in English. About the students’ preference of reading activities, the data showed that 63.89% of the students chose activities such as a combination of doing preview, giving keywords, scanning, skimming, giving clarification, asking and answering questions, and making conclusions while 36.11% preferred reading activities involving a combination of brainstorming, conducting survey, reciprocal teaching, doing evaluation, making inference, re-reading, thinking aloud, and having discussion as the reading activities. In term of the place to read, 50% of the students read at home, 27.8% read in the classroom, and 22.2% read at the library. About the reading experience, 63.89% of students were satisfied while the other 36.11% thought that their reading experience was insufficient.
Investigating the Students’ Views on the Authentic Materials Used in Basic Speaking Class Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning; Rahmah, Tities Hijratur
IJELTAL (Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics) Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics, 1(1), 2016
Publisher : IAIN Samarinda

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (235.357 KB) | DOI: 10.21093/ijeltal.v1i1.4

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This current study was intended to investigate the student point of views on the use of authentic materials (AMs) used in the process of teaching and learning speaking at the first semester in English Department, IKIP Budi Utomo Malang. A descriptive qualitative was employed to portray the intended data. The data were revealed from 22 students experiencing learning speaking by using authentic materials (AMs). To help the researcher, as the key instrument, to obtain the data, the researcher used an interview guide. To make the data display clear, the findings were classified into three classes; they were students’ views on the use of videos, student’ views on dialogues used in Basic Speaking, and students’s point of views on the pictures used as Ams. In general, the interview results showed that AMs were basically interesting, motivating, providing information on how the language used and how English culture is, raising students’ feeling of confidence. In term of the comprehensibility of the materials, however, only a few students stated that the presented materials were understandable; while the others thought that they could not understand the AMs because the spoken communication made by native speakers was too fast. Based on the findings, it can be concluded that the teaching material presented in the Basic Speaking class viewed in positive manners by the students. Some students, however, found that the materials, especially conversation made by native speakers, were seen incomprehensible as the models in the video spoke too fast and used long sentences. This informed the teachers that even though AMs were found to be beneficial, AMs should be carefully selected; by so doing, it is expected that the AMs will opt to the students’ level. 
ENHANCING THE FIRST SEMESTER STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY USING INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning; Puspita, Ike Dian
JOURNEY: Journal of English Language and Pedagogy Vol 1 No 1 (2018): September 2018
Publisher : IKIP Budi Utomo Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (103.792 KB) | DOI: 10.33503/journey.v1i1.220

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This one-cycle Clasroom Action Research (CAR) was intended to improve students’ speaking abilty in describing someone. This was done because the researchers’ observation during preliminary study showed that students found difficulties in delivering their thought in speaking. It was indicated by their hesitation to present their thoughts. Besides, from some students’ performance during preliminary study, the researchers found that students still found difficuties to pronounce English words. To this, instructional video implementation was selected to eliminate this problem. After the plannings were implemented, the results of video implementation was reflected by reflecting the revealed scores with the criteria of success. Finally, it was found that using instructional video in teaching speaking did not only improve students’ speaking ability but also motivate students to participate actively in the teaching and learning process.
Analysis of Instructional Video Developed for Z Generation at Basic Speaking Class Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning; Puspitasari, Ike Dian
Jurnal Darussalam: Jurnal Pendidikan, Komunikasi dan Pemikiran Hukum Islam Vol 10 No 2 (2019): April 2019
Publisher : IAI Darussalam

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30739/darussalam.v10i2.374

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This content analysis was intended to analyze the physical and cognitive designs of a teaching video for Basic Speaking course developed for Z generation at IKIP Budi Utomo Malang. In order to get precise analysis, the researchers involved four English teachers, who teach Basic Speaking, to observe and score the video. To get objective scores, the four teachers were requested to use scoring rubric assessment adapted from (Morain and Swarts, 2012 in Tolentino 2016:109); besides they were also asked to give additional comments on the quality of the video. After the scores and comments were gathered and interpreted, it can be noticed that the video entitled “Dare to Speak Up” was categorized as a good video. Therefore, those who teach Speaking for beginners are suggested to use this video as one of learning sources. Even though the video was declared to be good, its effectiveness still remained unanswered. Accordingly, further researchers are motivated to do an experimental research to measure the effectiveness of the video.
ENHANCING THE FIRST SEMESTER STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY USING INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning; Puspita, Ike Dian
JOURNEY: Journal of English Language and Pedagogy Vol 1 No 1 (2018): September 2018
Publisher : IKIP Budi Utomo Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33503/journey.v1i1.220

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This one-cycle Clasroom Action Research (CAR) was intended to improve students’ speaking abilty in describing someone. This was done because the researchers’ observation during preliminary study showed that students found difficulties in delivering their thought in speaking. It was indicated by their hesitation to present their thoughts. Besides, from some students’ performance during preliminary study, the researchers found that students still found difficuties to pronounce English words. To this, instructional video implementation was selected to eliminate this problem. After the plannings were implemented, the results of video implementation was reflected by reflecting the revealed scores with the criteria of success. Finally, it was found that using instructional video in teaching speaking did not only improve students’ speaking ability but also motivate students to participate actively in the teaching and learning process.
ENHANCING STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION THROUGH KWL TECHNIQUE Hartatik, Sri Fatmaning; Putri, Emielda Shendita
English Teaching Journal : A Journal of English Literature, Language and Education Vol 3, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : Universitas PGRI Madiun

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25273/etj.v3i2.750

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Penelitian Tindakan Kelas (PTK) ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan kemampuan membaca siswa kelas x di SMK PGRI Pakis-Malang dalam memahami teks naratif. Penelitian ini perlu dilakukan karena hasil dari preliminary study menunjukan bahwa siswa mengalami kesulitan dalam memahami teks naratif. Selain itu, informasi dari guru menunjukan bahwa siswa memiliki motivasi yang rendah dan kurang bias bekerjasama dalam pembelajaran membaca teks naratif. Dengan menggunakan instrumen yang berupa kuesioner, lembar observasi, catatan lapangan, dan tes yang diterapkan pada dua siklus, ditemukan bahwa teknik KWL mampu meningkatkan kemampuan siswa dalam memahami teks naratif. Secara kualitatif, terbukti bahwa siswa lebih  antusias dalam mengikuti pelajaran karena mereka memeliki kesempatan berinteraksi dengan teman sejawat, serta memiliki pengalaman baru dalam belajar. Secara kuantitatif, terbukti bahwa 25 siswa dari 27 siswa memiliki nilai kemampuan membaca yang melebihi KKM sekolah. Penemuan ini memberi informasi bagi para pendidik yang menghadapi persoalan yang sama untuk mencoba mengadopsi ataupun mengadaptasi teknik KWL dalam proses pembelajaran