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IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching)
ISSN : 23022957     EISSN : 25486497     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
Indonesian Journal of English Teaching (IJET) is a peer-reviewed academic journal published biannually by Department of English Teacher Education, UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya. The journal is committed to ensuring that each issue contains a blend of voices, including public and private school educators from elementary, middle, high school, madrasah, and university perspectives.
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STUDENTS’ GRAMMATICAL COLLOCATION ERRORS AND ITS’ IMPLICATION IN TEACHING WRITING Fadlilah, Sayyidatul
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 5, No 2 (2016): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2016.5.2.214-241

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The Regulation of Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia number 49 2014 on National Standard of Higher Education stated that National Standard Research is the minimum criterion of research on higher education system in force in the entire territory of the Republic of Indonesia. The study was conducted according to the rules of the activities and the scientific method systematically to obtain information, data, and information related to the understanding and/or testing of a branch of knowledge and technology. Based on the background the researcher states the following questions of the research: 1) What kinds of grammatical collocation errors were found in students’ thesis? 2) what is the implication of students’ grammatical collocation errors in teaching Writing. The researcher analyzed five major types of grammatical collocation error found in English department students’ thesis. The classification of five major types of English grammatical collocation error will make it easy to understand English grammatical collocations. The first type of English grammatical collocation error is collocation consisting of twelve English verb patterns (G8) which have different grammatical structures as the most challenging followed by (G7), (G1), (G4, (G5). As for the implication of those errors made by students is that the lecturers must include the discussion of collocation in teaching Writing.
OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Syaifudin, Mokhamad
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 5, No 1 (2016): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2016.5.1.41-54

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In this article a brief exposition of what open education resources is presented. The article begins by presenting the general idea of what OER is then move to the possible benefits and challenges to the OER for teaching and learning. Efforts to address the possible challenges in OER are also presented as well as the places where OER can be sought. In the end of the article samples of possible scenario of how to use the OER for teaching learning process are also detailed.
RELATIONSHIPS AMONG WRITING AND READING AS RESPOND ON CRITICAL JOURNAL REVIEW Grace, Dita
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 7, No 1 (2018): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2018.7.1.341-344

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AbstractThe integrating of reading and reading in L2 is not the new area, however, the reading and writing only a few studies receives enough attention and implemented in the teaching L1 and L2. This study is aimed to reveal relationships among reading and writing on critical review journal. Thus, the participants in criticism show the ability of L2 learners on reading which confesses through writing. In another occasion, the participants show judgment which representative error is written after reading. This research is going to certain faultiness on writing L2 as judgmental on reading a review on journal.
PROMOTING WRITING EXPERIENCES THROUGH LEARNING COMMUNITY TO TRIGGER STUDENTS IN WRITING Yamin, Muhammad
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 7, No 1 (2018): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2018.7.1.345-354

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This study aims at discussing the importance of promoting writing experiences through learning community to trigger students in writing. This is review study with analytic descriptive way by describing and discussing the related literature studies. It deals with writing experiences as the capital to write. While there is no experience, there is no writing. Learning community used in this study is the learning facility so that the students can learn how to write. More active in learning community, the student get the knowledge and experience of writing. Those become the inspiration for them to rewrite what to write. 
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DICTOGLOSS IN TEACHING WRITING SKILL VIEWED FROM STUDENTS MOTIVATION pertiwi, dian
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 7, No 1 (2018): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2018.7.1.366-380

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This article refers to an experimental study on the effectiveness of Dictogloss to teach writing skill at one of Islamic School in Surakarta. The sampling used in this research was cluster random sampling with two classes as sample, namely experimental class taught using Dictogloss and control class taught using Direct Instruction. The collect the data, there were two instruments used in this research namely, writing test and motivation questionnaire. Writing test was used to find out students’ writing skill, while motivation questionnaire was conducted to know students’ motivation levels. The data were analyzed by using 2x2 Multifactor Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). Before conducting the ANOVA test, pre-requisite test namely normality and homogeneity test were conducted. The result of this research shows that: (1) Dictogloss is more effective than Direct Instruction to teach writing; (2) Students having high motivation have better writing skill than those having low motivation.
Language Learning Strategies Used by EFL Fluent Speakers: A Case in Indonesian Context Ghufron, M. Ali
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 6, No 2 (2017): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2017.6.2.184-202

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This study reported what language learning strategies are used by EFL fluent speakers in EFL speaking class and to reveal the fluent speakers’ awareness of the benefits of the language learning strategies. This research was conducted on six students in EFL Speaking Class of English Education Department of IKIP PGRI Bojonegoro, Indonesia, who were categorized as EFL fluent speakers. The research belongs to a case study. The data for this research were taken from in-depth interviews, observation, filling up questionnaires, and document analysis. The results of this study show that 1) in EFL sepaking class, the 1st student used cognitive, compensation, and social strategies, the 2nd student used cognitive and affective strategies, the 3rd student used cognitive, meta-cognitive and social strategies, the 4th student used meta-cognitive and social strategies, the 5th student used cognitive and affective strategies, and the 6th student used meta-cognitive and social strategies. 2) The students are strongly aware of the learning strategies’ benefits to improve their English skills. From the findings, it can be concluded that learning strategies are very useful and helpful in learning English as a foreign language. Learning strategies also bring the students reach the good achievement in improving their speaking skill.
Students’ Perception of Quipper as an Online Practice Tool for the English Computer-based National Examination Kirana, Satria Andy
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 6, No 2 (2017): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2017.6.2.248-264

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This study is a descriptive case study that tries to follow the students’ learning process in using Quipper, an e-learning platform to prepare them for the upcoming Computer-based National Examination. During the length of the research, the students’ perception of Quipper as a practice tool will be gathered and presented, along with the aspects that need to be further developed in the future, and students’ suggestions on how to develop Quipper into an e-learning platform with better functionality. Results of the study revealed that the students have positive perception towards Quipper with several notes about the need to revisit the functionalities and user interface according to what most students would be comfortable with as users. Further, the study also revealed critiques from the students for Quipper’s future developments. Finally, on the basis of the critiques, some suggestions were also given by the students participated in this study. The suggestions consisted of conducting more research on another level of educations besides junior high school to get the overall idea of what the users from all age range need and also the need to conduct research on several other e-learning platforms.
IMPROVING THE STUDENTS SPEAKING ABILITY THROUGH ROLE PLAY METHOD CJ, Juvrianto
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 7, No 1 (2018): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2018.7.1.331-340

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This research highlights the speaking ability of the students which categorized in tenth year students of SMA Negeri 3 Parepare . The students were taught through role play method to know the improvement of the students speaking ability. The data collected in 2012 by applying quasi-experimental method, with two group pre-test and post-test design. The samples were taken of the research were consisted of 43 students from two classes taken from the population. The result of the data analysis shows that the students’ speaking mastery improved significantly. It was showed by the mean score of pre-test was 49.34 and the post-test was 71.304. It shows that the use of role play method can improve the students’ speaking ability of the tenth year students of SMA Negeri 3 Parepare significantly. Besides the different score of pre-test and post-test, the mean score of the students in post-test was 71.304 is higher than the Kriteria Ketuntasan Minimal (70) in SMA Negeri 3 Parepare. After analyzing the data by using the test formula, the result of t-test value in post-test was 1.868 and t-table value was 1.684. It means that the t-test value (1.868) was higher than t-table value (1.684). Those indicate that H1 was accepted and H0was rejected and the students who were taught through role play method are better than the students who were taught through conventional method.This research highlights the speaking ability of the students which categorized in tenth year students of SMA Negeri 3 Parepare . The students were taught through role play method to know the improvement of the students speaking ability. The data collected in 2012 by applying quasi-experimental method, with two group pre-test and post-test design. The samples were taken of the research were consisted of 43 students from two classes taken from the population. The result of the data analysis shows that the students’ speaking mastery improved significantly. It was showed by the mean score of pre-test was 49.34 and the post-test was 71.304. It shows that the use of role play method can improve the students’ speaking ability of the tenth year students of SMA Negeri 3 Parepare significantly. Besides the different score of pre-test and post-test, the mean score of the students in post-test was 71.304 is higher than the Kriteria Ketuntasan Minimal (70) in SMA Negeri 3 Parepare. After analyzing the data by using the test formula, the result of t-test value in post-test was 1.868 and t-table value was 1.684. It means that the t-test value (1.868) was higher than t-table value (1.684). Those indicate that H1 was accepted and H0 was rejected and the students who were taught through role play method are better than the students who were taught through conventional method.
TEACHING WRITING DESCRIPTIVE TEXTS TO THE EIGHTH YEAR STUDENTS: “PUT YOURSELF IN THE PICTURE” ACTIVITY Permatasari, Krisdian Eka
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 5, No 1 (2016): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2016.5.1.78-103

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Writing is considered as a complicated and difficult skill to be mastered by the students. Several difficulties are found in learning of descriptive writing. Dealing with the case, the research questions are proposed as follows: (1) How is “Put Yourself in the Picture” activity implemented by the teacher in teaching descriptive texts? and (2) How are the results of the students in writing descriptive texts in the aspects of grammar, vocabulary, content and organization through the implementation of “Put Yourself in the Picture” activity? This research is qualitative design in which the researcher acted as the observer to collect information as the evidences in the writing class to find the teacher’s and students’ activities in implementing “Put Yourself in the Picture” activity in the three stages of teaching learning process in writing descriptive texts. The results of the research showed that the teacher and the students implemented “Put Yourself in the Picture” activity in some of the these activities, as follows: (1) introducing the essay topic; (2) listing the words or phrases relating to the topic; (3) Making sentences based on the listed ideas; (4) identifying the generic structures and language features of descriptive text; (5) Writing the descriptive text; (6) Making groups and giving feedbacks of the writing’ results; (7) Editing and re writing the final drafts. Besides, the students’ learning writing progresses are described into five categories. They are (1) very good student’s score category; (2) good student’s score category; (3) fair student’s score category; (4) poor student’s score category; and (5) very poor student’ score category. These criteria are based on the students’ writing results analyzed in the aspects of grammar, vocabulary, content, and organization.
Communicative Activities Based on Competence Standard of 2013 Curriculum Affandi, Yusna
IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching) Vol 6, No 1 (2017): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/ijet.2017.6.1.81-88

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For upcoming academic years, senior high schools in Indonesia are implementing a new curriculum, 2013 curriculum. It is stated in the curriculum that English is taught as a language of international communication. Therefore, the English instruction should provide students to enhance their communicative competence. It emphasizes on speaking skill which students acquire for communication. This article proposes three communicative activities based on competence standard of 2013 curriculum to enhance students’ communicative competence. The communicative activities are information-gap activities, task completion activities, and information gathering activities. The focus of proposed communicative activities is on improving students’ speaking skill.