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ENGLISH FRANCA : Academic Journal of English Language and Education
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ENGLISH FRANCA : Academic Journal of English Language and Education is an Open Access Jurnal that refereed publication devoted to research articles, reports, and book reviews concerned with the teaching and learning of English as a Foreign Language. This journal dedicated to enhancing and disseminating scholarly work in the field of English Language Teaching and Linguistics. This journal is an academic journal that published twice a year in June and December by Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Curup.
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Approach and Methods on TEFL: Inquiry-Based Language Learning (IBLL) Rejeki, Sri
ENGLISH FRANCA : Academic Journal of English Language and Education Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam Negeri (STAIN) Curup

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This paper aims at explaining the theoretical based and the implementation of Inquiry-Based Language Learning particularly in Indonesia. IBLL is not quite familiar in Indonesian context especially in educational field. In other hand, Curriculum 2013 is very popular in this country although both of them are related each other. This curriculum adopted the concept of IBLL in which it encourages the students to construct the knowledge. Based on the principle of inquiry, the students supported by the teacher and peers try to answer the questions coming from themselves. These answers will help them in constructing the knowledge. IBLL is completely useful in promoting long life education that enables them to continue the quest for knowledge throughout life.
Authentic Material and Interactive Activities in EFL Classroom Arianie, Masita
ENGLISH FRANCA : Academic Journal of English Language and Education Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam Negeri (STAIN) Curup

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Abstract Actively engaging EFL learners in the classroom will help them think more deeply about the course content, bring additional energy to the classroom, and help identify the extent to which they may be struggling with the material. Yet, some teachers of English are having problem to engage students’ attention. Incorparating authentic material and interactive activities such as jigsaw reading and group discussion can be alternative ways to deliver the materials.The purpose of this paper is to highlight interactive activities which can motivate students and increase their interest in leaning English in EFL classroom. Keyword: authentic material, interactive activities and EFL classroom
Behaviorism and Foreign Language Teaching Methodology Budiman, Asep
ENGLISH FRANCA : Academic Journal of English Language and Education Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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ABSTRACT This paper aims at exploring in details about one of the left language learning theoriesnamely Behaviorism. Behaviorism, as how it is today, is gradually left behind since there are many new theories of language learning. Regarding this issue, it is very important to ensure that actually Behaviorism is still useful in certain teaching and learning activities in the classroom. This review investigates behaviorism methodology having advantages in learning a language in the classroom. This review also observes the critics of behaviorism and its weaknesses in a learning environment. This inquiry concentrates on the view point of B.F. Skinner, one of the most outspoken behaviorism psychologist and his experimentations about animals. The notion of antimentalism of behaviorism also discussed in the process. Keywords: Behaviorism Theory, Foreign Language, Teaching Methodology
Utilizing Preservice English Teachers Strategies and Classroom Management at Junior High School in Rejang Lebong Regency Apriani, Eka
ENGLISH FRANCA : Academic Journal of English Language and Education Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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ABSTRACT The objective of this research is aimed to know what are the most strategies and classroom management which are used by Preservice English Teacher at STAIN Curup in the academic year 2016/2017. The total of English Teacher was 7 teachers which as cooperating teacher of 17 preservice English Teacher. The types of english teaching strategies used by preservive English teacher were: (1) Task-Based Language Learning (100%) and (2) Cooperative Learning (100%); (3) Grapic Organizers (29%); (4) Technology (5.8%); (5) Roleplay (5.8%); (6) Storytelling (11.7%); (7) Vocabulary Building (11.7%); (8) Summarizing and Notetaking (5.8%); and (9) Analysis of Student Work (5.8%). The most strategies used by preservice english teacher (>50%) were Task-Based Language Learning and Cooperative Learning (100%). The types of classroom management used by preservive English teacher were: (1) Maintaning Discipline (58.5%), (2) giving feedback (100%), and classroom interaction (17.6%). The most classroom management used by preservice english teacher (>50%) were giving feedback and maintaning discipline. Keywords: Classroom Management, Presrvice English Teacher, Teaching Strategies
Early Speech Acts in Child Language Vintoni, Aridem
ENGLISH FRANCA : Academic Journal of English Language and Education Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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Abstract Each utterance is designed to serve a specific function. It may be meant to inform the listeners, warn them, order them to do something, question them about the fact, or thank them for a gift or act of kindness. All of these speech acts are called as the communicative functions of language or the functions of speech acts. Therefore, in communicating, people do not just “say things”, but also perform certain “actions”.In the process of language development in children, the development of the language functions or speech acts (i.e. illocutionary speech acts) occur simultaneously with the development of linguistics aspects of language (phonemes or sounds, morpheme, words, and sentences) in each stages of language development. The development began early from infants start to babble, produce single-word utterances, until they produced more complex sentences. However, how is the process of the evolution at the early stage of child language development? How do children use their language at the early stage of the development?In this short paper, the writer describes thesome forms of speech acts produced by children.

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