Nani Hizriani, Nani
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STUDENTS’ RESPONSES ON ENGLISH DEPARTMENT LECTURERS’ COMPETENCE Hizriani, Nani; Ramadhanti, Fitri
LET: Linguistics, Literature and English Teaching Journal Vol 5, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : English Department of Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teachers Training

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Lecturers have an important role in students academic achievement. There are a number of qualities and competences required by good lecturers. This research is conducted to find out students’ responses and  their expectations on English department lecturers’ competence . There are ninety students of English Department which are taken from the fourth, sixth and eighth semester students involved in this study. Questionnaire,  interview, and documentation are used to gather the data . The result showed that  students’ responses on English Department lecturers’ professional competence is in good catergory with mean score 4.1 and total percentage 82%. Meanwhile, students’ responses on English Department lecturers’ pedagogical competence is categorized as good with mean score 4.0 and total percentage 80%.  Most students expect that the lecturers come on time to the class. They also expect that the lecturers use interesting media in teaching and learning, select appropriate method and technique in teaching, and give more feedbacks to the students. They also hope their lectures provide much time for consultation.
WRITTEN CODE SWITCHING: THE CASE OF INDONESIAN EMAIL USERS Hizriani, Nani
LET: Linguistics, Literature and English Teaching Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : English Department of Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teachers Training

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This study aims at describing code switching found in Indonesian email users among Indonesian speakers living in Australia with a specific setting in Ramadan and Idul Fitri. It focuses on the analysis of the types, the functions and the reasons why Indonesian students in Australia switch their language. The research problems are what types of code switching  Indonesian writers use,  the functions of code switching used by Indonesian writers and why Indonesian writers use these particular code switching.   This study is expected to make some useful contributions the study of written code switching which had little research to date. Another benefit is that, this study gives an insight into how language competence develops under second language environmental influence. Moreover, this might lead to a better understanding of the use of code switching, especially in the emerging genre of Internet communication.
MAIN PRINCIPLES FOR DEVELOPING READING SKILLS IN ESL/FL CLASSROOMS Hizriani, Nani
LET: Linguistics, Literature and English Teaching Journal Vol 4, No 1 (2014)
Publisher : English Department of Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teachers Training

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Reading is an essential skill for ESL/FL learners because it is a readily available way to expose to language learners’ target language. The ability to read in a foreign language is needed as the learners have specific needs for information and pleasure, for their career and for study purposes. Good reading texts provide a number of educational objectives and can bring in interesting topics, stimulate discussion, debate and motivate imaginative responses and can be the springboard  for fascinating lessons.  This study provides a framework for a series of key principles for developing reading skills and explain how these principles can be applied in the ESL/FL classroom.