Wahjuningsih, Eka
UPT Penerbitan Universitas Jember

Published : 2 Documents
Articles

Found 2 Documents
Search

The Lexical Density of Erlangga’s “English On Sky” Analysis Ramadhan, Gagang; Santihastuti, Asih; Wahjuningsih, Eka
Jurnal Edukasi Vol 4 No 3: Nopember 2017
Publisher : UPT Penerbitan Universitas Jember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (251.514 KB) | DOI: 10.19184/jukasi.v4i3.6299

Abstract

The aims of this research were to know whether the reading texts found in “English On Sky” textbook  for 8th Grade of Junior High School were appropriate and meet the content of the curriculum or not by analyzing the lexical density of its texts and identifying the type of reading text which should be given based on the KTSP curriculum. The research design used was descriptive qualitative research. The instrument of this research was document which was get from collecting the reading texts found in the textbook. The data in this study was analyzed quantitatively in the form of description and used descriptive statistics for describing the features of data. The result of this result was there was no reading text in the textbook that was categorized as high lexical density. The readi ng texts were categorized as low and moderate lexical density as there were 12 reading texts were categorized as low lexical density and 12 reading texts were categorized as moderate lexical density. 12 reading text that categorized as low lexical density had 40% - 50% lexical density percentage. On the contrary 12 reading texts that categorized as moderate lexical density had 50% - 60% lexical density percentage. The highest percentage of the lexical density reading text found in the textbook was 57.72% entitled “Camping”. Meanwhile, the lowest percentage of the lexical density reading text was 41.61% entitled “None of your business!”. Based on the analysis, the genre found in this textbook were descriptive, recount, and narrative. In conclusion, this textbook were easy enough to understand for student and met the content of school-based curriculum.   Keywords: Descriptive Qualitative Research, Discourse Analysis, Lexical Density, Reading Text  
The efficacy of 4Cs-based reading to foster 21st-century learning competencies Imamyartha, David; Fitriyah, Siti Masrifatul; Tasnim, Zakiyah; Puspa, Areta; Fardhani, Aan Erlyana; Wahjuningsih, Eka; Sundari, Siti; Hudori, Rizki Febri; Arya, Bambang
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics Vol 9, No 2 (2019): Vol. 9, No. 2, September 2019
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/ijal.v9i2.20218

Abstract

The omnipresence of 4Cs at tertiary education has shifted the attention of language classroom teachings toward the mastery of multifaceted intelligences. Resultant teaching praxis subsequently calls forth students’ high literacy, which affects the nature and extent of success and failure. This study strived to scrutinize how the 4Cs approach in Reading courses scaffolds students’ multidimensional 21st-century learning competencies. Data were collected through online survey and focus group discussion, with deductive and inductive content analysis subsequently operative. The findings have shed lights on how 4Cs-based reading instructions help teachers to create learning environment commensurate with the demand of 21st-century learning, which aids students’ learning in gaining metacognitive tools for high literacy. With clear framework of collaborative work and scaffolding, teachers can trigger and further direct students’ achievement goals and social goals towards high literacy.