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THE MAKING OF SMART TOWEL TO LEARN ENGLISH VOCABULARY FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Bobrizal, Bobrizal; Saputra, Boni
INOVISH JOURNAL Vol 2, No 1 (2017): INOVISH JOURNAL, Vol 2, No 1 - 2017
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Abstract: Mastering English vocabulary is essential in this competitive world. By mastering English vocabulary, students can learn English and comunicate with people. However, there are still many of the students cannot learn English Vocabulary well. They still face difficulties for example, in learning simple daily words. This situation, make students feel bored and lose their interest in learning English. Therefore, the use of learning media are needed to attract these learners attention and interest to learn English in more effective and interesting way. Besides, media can be used to learn English anywhere and anytime outside the school. Related to this research, the main purpose of this project is to make Smart Towels which can be used as an alternative self-learning medium in learning English Vocabulary. This project resulted Smart Towels consists of various themes suitable for Elementary School Students. These towels are modified from ordinary towels that is modified to make it look more interesting. These media can be used in and outside classes during learning-teaching process or spare time. By using this media, the students can be atttracted to learn and increase their ability in English vocabulary interestingly and effectively Keywords: Smart Towels ,learning, Vocabulary.
A STUDY ON THE ABILITY OF THE FIRST YEAR STUDENTS OF STATE POLYTECHNIC OF BENGKALIS IN COMPLETING SENTENCES WITH CORRECT GERUND AND TO INFINITIVE VERB FORM Aswandi, Aswandi; Malik, A; Saputra, Boni
INOVISH JOURNAL Vol 3, No 1 (2018): INOVISH JOURNAL, Vol 3, No 1 - 2018
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Mastering grammar is important in learning English. In grammar, the words pattern and tenses should be considered as main focus for the discussion. Therefore, this study aimed to find out the ability of the students in completing sentences with correct gerund and to infinitive verb forms . This research was  a descriptive research. This study showed that the level of the students ability was at mediocre level. It was at 53. The error commonly occured slighly the same in completing both gerund and to infinitive verb forms. The average score of gerund was 52 and 54 points for to infinitive.
EXPLORING AND TRANSLATING “YONG DOLLAH” LOCAL MALAY STORIES INTO ENGLISH FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ELT MATERIALS IN BENGKALIS Saputra, Boni; Rionaldi, Rionaldi; Aswandi, Aswandi
INOVISH JOURNAL Vol 2, No 1 (2017): INOVISH JOURNAL, Vol 2, No 1 - 2017
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Abstract: Malay story “Yong Dollah” is one of cultural heritage in the form of oral literature in Bengkalis. This story has been very popular and often been told to children, teenagers or even adults in certain occasion like at night or free time. It has been told throughout generations in the life of Malay people in Bengkalis. Yong Dollah is a character created by a man named Abdullah bin Endong, Bengkalis Malay artist. In his entire life, he liked to tell stories that mostly came from his imagination to entertain people. The contents of his stories were often related to his daily life, adventure and often contained certain moral value for audience. The popularity of the stories could be used as learning resource text and media to teach English for senior high school students. However, English version of these stories had never been made before. The exploration and translation of the original stories into English were done to meet the need of learning. Method of translating used in this study was adaptation where intercultural differences between original text from source language (Bahasa Melayu) and target language (English) were adjusted to convey the original meaning from the content of the language. Results of the translation were set of translated stories of Yong Dollah. These Stories can be used by teacher in teaching English for senior high school students. In addition, this study could also be used as alternative entertainment and could help to preserve cultural heritage of malay people. Keywords: Local Stories, translation, materials,
MAKING VOCABULARY WHEEL GAME FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Izati, Nurul; Saputra, boni
INOVISH JOURNAL Vol 1, No 2 (2016): INOVISH JOURNAL, Vol. 1, No. 2, June 2016
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Abstract : Vocabulary is an essential part of English learning. Mastering English words help students acquire the language. However, many teachers still use traditional ways in teaching Vocabulary. They only refer to text books and ask students to remember words without using any media. Lack of teaching media makes students feel boring and not interested in learning English. It is also hard for students to understand the language. The research question was “Is there a Wheel Game to learn Vocabulary for junior high school Students? The objective of this study was to make Vocabulary Wheel Game for Junior high school students. The method used in this study was descriptive research. It explained the problem qualitatively to uncover solutions. This product is an adaptation of wheel of fortune game. Its colorful design and a lot of pictures can attract students to learn vocabulary in a fun way. As mentioned above, the model of wheel already exists. However, the whole model, wheel, color, and the pictures were designed using tools from several applications and were made of wooden and paper material. The wheel in this game has sectors and each sector uses 26 alphabets. This game uses one type of card, called penalty card, which contain a lot of interesting pictures. The cards were printed in the photo papers.                             Keywords:   English, Vocabulary Wheel Game, Teaching Medium.