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ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture
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ISLLAC Journal is an international journal that publishes the best works of intensive research and conceptual studies on language, literature, art, and culture. The first publication of the journal in 2017, in conjunction with international seminars of language, literature, art, and culture. The international seminar was held in joint partnership between Department of Indonesian Literature, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang with Walailak University, Thailand.
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HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT’S RESPONSE TOWARDS AUTHENTICCOLLABORATIVE ASSESSMENT MODEL BOOK OF POETRY WRITING Sundusiah, Suci; Suwignyo, Heri; Basuki, Imam Agus
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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The current research is a part of improvement research on authenticcollaborative assessment model book for High School. Books arrangement was based on the problem that implementation on authentic assessment in poetry writing class at introduction study in three student groups collaboratively has not been well accomplished. Poetry writing learning aims at objective authentic assessment and involves student collaboratively. Tested unlimited and extensive student groups, the book is able to be accepted and applied as assessment model which improves learning result.
Analyzing “Kubah” and Efforts to Reconcile the 1965 Tragedy Rohman, Muh. Fatoni
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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Social conflict is a certainty for multiethnic societies such as Indonesia. As such efforts to prevent and seek a resolution to conflicts are an absolute matter. Writers through their works may actively contribute by creating works that contain values and attitudes of peace. The novel Kubah by Ahmad Tohari is one of the works that discuss the reconciliation of the 1965 tragedy. This novel explains the stages of reconciliation that both offenders and victims may go through. These stages are revealing the truth, forgiveness, and healing.
Identify of Vietnamese Traditional Culture Through Contemporary Literature Thi, Hue Hoang
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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This article offers a consideration that: the cultural characteristics of each nation, in the era of information technology, are created and stored through a system of cultural values, symbols, in literature. Culture and literature dominant, interactions mutual influence. So itinerary search, decode literary from the cultural perspective is the journey back to my roots and culture conviction the value of truth, goodness, beauty of the nation. Vietnamese literature achievements proves literature is a form of cultural memory handed down, at the same time, demonstrates the similarities message, the premonition of the artist with the past and future of the nation and humanity. Tran Thuy Mai’s stories are full of Hue culture, Hue soul, from nature to daily life, customs to characters of Hue people. It is the special and distinguishable value of Tran Thuy Mai’s short stories in Vietnam contemporary literature.
PRE-TESTING ASSESSMENT OF REASONING ABILITY TO THE COLLEGE STUDENTS (Case Study in IKIP Bojonegoro East Java) Yuniarti, Netti; Fatma, Fatma; Kusnita, Sri
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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In relation of the reasoning process, language structure actually reflects the structure of the mind itself. Language are tightly related to the thinking and reasoning. This process are proceeds from the observation of the senses or the empirical observation in the mind which then produces a number of propositions. As an thinking activity to draws a conclusion, it is necessary to do an evaluation in the form of evaluative question to measure ones reasoning ability in order to achieve effective and objectives results. The research purposes were determined a valid question that can be used to measure reasoning abilities in according with indicators and reasoning dimensions. This research is quantitative research with data analysis techniques used R point Biserial and KR-20. Based on the experiments of 46 items, the r-pbi value of each drop question is (1) 0.120, (2) 0.444, (3) 0.443, (4) 0.263, (5) 0.341, (6) 0.014, (7) 0.011 and (8) 0.382. The value of KR-20 is 0.531 with an average value of pi 0.323, qi 0.677, k 38, totally var of 14.83, and p*q 0.219, Σ p*q 7.159. Thus to test the reasoning ability on the students were obtained the number of valid items as the final instrument is 38 items of 46 items that have been tested first.
FEEDBACK AND SELF REGULATION IN WRITING LEARNING ASSESMENT IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Harsiati, Titik
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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This article aims to analyze the pattern of feedback and self-regulation in writing assessment in junior high school. The feedback in the writing assessment in junior high school is done quantitatively in the form of a score in the final product. Self-regulation in the assessmentas a learning tool is done in the form of reflections on competencies that have been mastered and have not been mastered. The implementation of feedback and self-regulation in the learningassessment in junior high school is not suitable yet in terms of reversal principle and self-regulation in the context of assessment as a learning tool.
A Study of Toddlers’ Humor Linguistic Mind Wardhana, Dian Eka Chandra; Hati, Gita Mutiara
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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Humor for a child can improve his intelligence and smooth his feeling and as a result, he has a strong mental endurance which affects physical stamina. Humor is considered as a language play in several aspects of language structure and function. Therefore, this study explains the linguistic view which explicitly and implicitly used by the speaker when telling humor. This is a qualitative study with ethnography of communication and pragmatic approach. The data are in the form of toddlers’ speech when they are communicating using humor which is represented while they are playing with their families and playmates. The data was then documented in the form of descriptive and reflective recording and field notes. The findings of this study show that humor is represented through language play such as pragmatics, syntax, morphology, phonology, and semantics in language mind with implicit meaning. Therefore theories of ambiguity play a role in linguistic mind. However, this study only focuses on the discussion of humor in toddlers’ linguistic mind which is represented in their speech act.
Serat Babad Kediri, Chronicle Of Figuration, Meaning, and Perspective: Among the Mythology, History, and Fiction Sunoto, Sunoto
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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Indonesia has a wide range of the literature types. This archipelago is enriched by ancient literature that becomes the works of man in the history. Inside the Javanese literature, there is manuscript which also called as “BABAD”, this chronicle is separated depending on where each comes from, such as Babad Tanah Jawi, Serat Babad Kediri, Babad Ayat, Babad Ronggolawe, Babad Sumenep, and others. Each of that ancient manuscript, are inside the figuration, it because, those are present the three characteristics, that wraps by myth or legend, but at the same time, it was trying to represent the history of the land, and as well as enrich the Indonesian fiction literature. From a mythological perspective, figures in chronicles are beliefs or masks that are deliberately guarded and maintained by their owners. Therefore, the focus of the assessment is not to find the speakers experience but to reveal the mask that is deliberately worn on the character. From a historical perspective, the figures in the chronicle are known to correspond to the life of the person concerned while in the primary time, or real facts. Therefore, the focus of the assessment lies in the attempt to find a correspondence between the facts mentioned therein with the fact that there is present in real life, as well as to observe from the primary interactions. Heres a fictional perspective, a chronicle is a world of fictitious life that is deliberately embodied in meaningful language. Therefore the focus of this assessment is trying to reveal the imaginative or symbolic worlds. On each of the Babad manuscript, it’s associated with the message that brings out by the messenger which embed inside the context of value and meaning. This paper focused on the Babad Kediri manuscript that written out by Mas Ngabehi Purbawijaya and published by “Boekhandel TAN KHOEN SWIE”, at the city of Kediri around 1932. It was a focus on the characterizing for the figuration inside the chronicle, from the view of myth, history, and fiction point of view.
TABOO LANGUAGE WITHIN TERNATE SOCIETY: A STUDY ON ITS FORMATION AND REFERENCE Gay, Masayu; Susanti, Pipit A
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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This study aims at describing a formation, reference, and background of taboo language within the society of Ternate. This study employed qualitative design research. To obtain the data, this study employed observation, interview, and questionnaire. The results of this study demonstrate that (1) taboo language occur within society of Ternate are in the form of root word, derivative word, word repetition, phrase, and clause; (2) taboo language also occur in the form of synonym, particularly Ternate Local Language (BDT) and Ternate Malayan Langauge (BMT). The tendency of the individual in using swearing words is not based on acquired language, except, the individual aims at generating a certain expression based on theemotion. (3) It confirms that there are several swearing words predominantly utilized within the youth, the adult, and elderly; (4) It also confirms that the taboo language is directed to other people and the speaker her or himself. (5) Predominantly, the speaker refers to animal, plant, and human body’s part to taboo; (6) It confirms that there is a code-mixing between Ternate Local Language (BDT) and Ternate Malayan Language (BMT) as well as Indonesian Language(BI) and Ternate Malayan Language (BMT); (7) It further argues that taboo language is common to close friends or relatives or both speaker and hearer have the same age. On the other hand, it is considered as rude if the speaker and hearer have no social relationship or both have a different age. To sum up, taboo language is commonly employed by both speaker and hearer with the same age and possess close relationship.
THE IMPORTANCE OF ORAL PERFORMANCE: WHAT MAKES A SUCCESSFUL PROFICIENCY-BASED FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROGRAM Suwarno, Peter
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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Major Foreign Language (FL) programs in Indonesia, i.e. Indonesian for non-native speakers (BIPA) and English for Indonesian Speakers (EIS), have no standard of assessments on what constitutes a successful program. Some in-country BIPA programs that measure their success using Oral Proficiency Interviews (OPI) show the standard of success in the form of oral proficiency. This paper’s purpose is to argue that oral proficiency tests such as OPI is not only a good measure of learners’ communicative competence in general, but it also necessitates curriculums, methods, and activities geared toward the better level of communicative proficiency. Therefore, FL learning should emphasize oral proficiency to show a higher level of performable learning outcomes. Based on class observations as well as interviews of BIPA and EIS learners and instructors, this paper shows that lack of oral performance practices and assessments lead to achievement in the target language (TL) knowledge but not the communicative competence. Thus, if communicative competence is the goal, oral proficiency must be the main outcome of any FL programs.
A Structuralist Study of the Wayang Suket Puspasarira Malang Zurinani, Siti
ISLLAC : Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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Wayang is one of the art forms of Javanese society which has been patented as a cultural heritage, specifically as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, in 2003. As a cultural heritage, wayang contains various elements of art such as visual arts, sound arts, and drama. In addition, wayang also becomes a facility for rituals, amusement, and aesthetic presentation. Moreover, wayang has been used as a “reference for a better life, because it portrays the eternal messages of humanity”. The messages develop an awareness of the audience about good and bad things in life. This research describes the structure and representation of Javanese life philosophy in wayang puspasarira. Through this research, wayang puspasarira has a symbolic structure of the moral and cultural values of Javanese society.