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Journal of English Education Studies
ISSN : 2615613X     EISSN : 26156083     DOI : -
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Journal of English Education Studies (JEES) is a peer-reviewed journal of English Education Department, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education of Universitas Mathla'ul Anwar Banten. The journal aims at improving the quality of research on the area of English education which is issued twice in a year, in May and November.
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Articles 26 Documents
The Effectiveness of Text Completion Technique towards Students’ Speaking Skill Nursabrina, Nursabrina
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201812.16

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This research paper aims to investigate the Effectiveness of text Completion Technique towards Students’ Speaking Skill at Eleventh Grade of Madrasah Aliyah Mathla’ul Anwar Pusat Menes. The research paper employs the quantitative research, with the quasy experimental design. Then, the researcher uses observation and performance test in which students of both classes use procedural text as the specific speaking material. In the data collecting technique, it compares pre-test and post-test results of both experimental and control class. Therefore, to analyze the data, the researcher used statistical computation. It works to count scoring, the result of the test, calculating the mean of both experimental and control class. Besides that, it calculated the standard deviation of each group and then found out the significant difference by using t-test. Based on the result of data analysis and interpretation of the research, it is clear that there is a significant difference after teaching speaking by using text completion technique in experimental class and teaching speaking by using lecture technique in control class.
Analysis of American Slang in The Movie of “The Blind Side” Jakob, Juvrianto Chrissunday
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201812.18

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Slang is an important feature in American culture. It is more effective than standard or conventional English, so I  interested to discuss and classify of slang words in the movie of “The Blind Side”. The purpose of this research is to classify slang words in The Blind Side movie based on the characteristic on Andersson and Trudgill theory. This research used the descriptive qualitative method. The data source of this research is taken from the movie script of the movie of “The Blind Side” cited from IMDB. Based on the research result, there are 8 slang words or phrases in the movie of “The Blind Side”, the slang is divided into four categories: (1) 2 slang words or phrases as the neutral syntactic level; (2) 4 slang words or phrases as typical informal situations and (3) 2 slang words or phrases as creative.
The Effect of PQRST and SGD Methods on Students’ Reading Comprehension at Dehasen University Febrianti, Mariska
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201812.19

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This research aims to compare the effectiveness of two methods, PQRST (Preview, Question, Read, State and Test) and SGD (Small Group Discussion). It was carried out at the second semester students of Penjaskesrek Department, Dehasen University. The design was a quasi-experiment. The sample consisted of two classes; one was taught by the PQRST method and another by the SGD method. The instrument was a reading test, which was tried-out; the reliability was 0.917 (very high). The result was as follows: at the pretest, there was no significant difference between both group on all aspects and at the post test, there were no significant difference between both groups on general comprehension, reading to learn from the text, and reading to integrate information. However, SGD was found to be more effective on finding general information while PQRST was found to be more effective on reading to skim and finding simple information.
The Effect of Using Kim’s Memory Game towards Students’ Speaking Skill Riandi, Riandi; Suryani, Leni
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201812.21

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This study aims to determine  the effect of using Kim’s memory game towards students’ speaking skill at tenth grade students of SMAN 1 Malingping–Lebak under this research question: is there any effect of using Kim’s memory game towards students’ speaking skill?. The method used in this research is an experimental research. the population was taken 319 and sample 34 for experimental class and 34 for control class. The researcher uses English oral test (pre-test and post-test) as instrument of the research before and after giving treatment to each class, control and experimental class. From the result of the research, the researcher found that the students in experimental class got better result than those in control class. This can be seen from the data showed that t test (t0) is 3.17, while t table (tt) is 2.00, in other words t test > t table.  This means that there is significant effect of Kim’s memory game in teaching speaking. So the hypothesis alternative (Ha) is accepted.
The Correlation between Students’ Reading Comprehension and Their Writing Skill at MTsN 5 Pandeglang Prianggita, Veny Agustini; Habibi, Mochammad
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201811.1

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This study discusses the ability to read and write. The study aims to answer some problems, namely: 1) Knowing students’ reading comprehension, 2) Knowing students’ writing skill, and 3) To obtain whether there is a significant relationship between students' reading comprehension and writing skills or not. This research uses Mix method. The population is 183 students of MTs. Negeri 5 Pandeglang. The researcher took 30 students as sample. To test the research hypothesis, the researcher collected data analysis using inferential statistical techniques using Product Moment formula. The finding of research hypothesis shows that: 1) The level of students’ comprehension in reading was very low. This could be seen from the analysis that shows the mean 59.7. 2) The level of students’ writing skill was in the medium category. This could be seen from the analysis, showing the mean 68. 3) There is a significant positive relationship between reading ability and writing ability. Based on the quantitative analysis, the results of the research show that the observation value r is 0.963 above the 5% rejection limit of 0.361 and the 1% rejection limit of 0.461, in other words 0.963 > 0.463 at the 5% level and 0.361 > 0.963 at the 1% level. Thus the result is stated significant and the proposed hypothesis is accepted.
The Influence of Using Chain Story activity on Procedural Text towards Students’ Speaking Skill Iponiasih, Iponiasih
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201811.4

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This research aims to find out the influence of using chain story activity on procedural text towards students’ speaking skill. The researcher employs quantitative research with the method of experiment. She uses quasi experimental design in the type of non-equivalent control group to get the sample. The population are 157 students of the second grade students of Madrasah Aliyah Mathla’ul Anwar Pusat Menes. The samples are 26 students of the XI IPA 2 as the experimental class which is treated by using chain story activity and 24 students of XI IPA Tahfidz as the control class which is treated without using chain story activity. The data is collected by using oral test. The test are divided into two, pre-test and post-test. After the process of collecting the data finished, the researcher analizes them by using statistical computation. Based on the research findings after calculating the data, the result shows that there is significant influence of using chain story activity on procedural text towards students’ speaking skill.
The Effect of Teaching Techniques (Storytelling and Show-and-Tell) and Students’ Personality on Students’ Speaking Skill Gumelar, Rizdki Elang
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201811.9

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of teaching techniques (Storytelling and Show-And-Tell) and students’ personality on students’ speaking skill at the third grade students of Islamic Senior High School 69 Persis Matraman Jakarta. This research used a quantitative quasi experimental approach using factorial design. In collecting the data this research used speaking test and questionnaire. The hypothesis analysis used two ways anova. Finding of this study showed that there is no significant difference between the students who use teaching technique by using storytelling and those who use show-and-tell on students’ speaking skill. Moreover, there is also no significant difference of introvert and extrovert student on student’s speaking skill. Furthermore, the last finding shows, there is no significant interaction between both teaching techniques and students’ personality on students’ speaking skill.
The Relevance Between An ESP Syllabus And The Students’ Needs Miftakh, Fauzi
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201811.10

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In learning English for specific purpose, students sometimes do not get appropriate materials with their needs. ESP materials are more specific than general English, so students should receive materials related to their background of field. This research aimed at finding out the relevance between an ESP syllabus and the students’ needs. This research used qualitative method that deals with a single or small-case studied in detail. The population was taken from the 1st semester students of Mechanical Engineering Department at University of Singaperbangsa Karawang. Random sampling was 24 students that was taken from two classes out of 120 students. The data was taken by distributing questionnaire to students and analyzing the syllabus designed by teacher. The result of this research shows that most students who are working in companies need to learn speaking skill as the most important skill as well as grammar. In addition, the ESP syllabus provided by teacher is quite relevant to the students’ needs. Therefore, it is suggested that teacher conducts a need analysis to students before designing syllabus, so it can be relevant with the students’ needs.
The Impacts of Students' Reading Habit and Their Language Attitudes toward Reading Comprehension Novari, Ari Fajria
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201811.11

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This research is aimed as follows: to get empirical data and analyze the impacts of reading habit and language attitudes towards students’ reading comprehension at private Senior High School in Pandeglang, Banten Province. This research is done by statistics, Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, to test the normality, and Anova Table. The research was held at Private Senior High School in Pandeglang. Data was collected by giving instruments for reading habit (questionnaire/16 items), language attitude (questionnaire/16 items) to eleven grade students at Madrsasah Aliyah Mathla’ul Anwar, MAN 1 Pandeglang, and SMA Mathla’ul Anwar Menes. Due to the result, it can be inferred that there is an impact of reading habit towards students’ reading comprehension (Sig.=0.000 and t_test=14.648; while t_(table=) 1.669). There is an impact of language attitude towards students’ reading comprehension (Sig.=0.040 and t_test=0.846; while t_(table=) 1.669). There are impacts of reading habit and language attitudes toward students’ reading comprehension, the score of Sig. = 0.000 < 0.05 and F_test =160.024; while F_table=3.148, so Ho is rejected, it means that the regression coefficient is significant.
The Effect of Using Task Based Method towards Students' Listening Skill at The Seventh Grade Students of MTs Al-Ihya Kaduronyok Capriati, Dian
Journal of English Education Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/005.201811.14

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This research paper aims to investigate the effect of using task based methodin improving students listening skill at the seventh grade students of MTs Al-Ihya Kaduronyok. The research paper employs the quantitative research design with the characteristic of an experimental study. It uses the same learning material both in experimental and control class. The data are obtained from 6 sessions of classroom activity. The researcher uses quantitative as the method of her research because the research designed as ‘the scientific method’ which can be defined as a test under controlled conditions that is made to demonstrate a known truth or examine the validity of a hypothesis. The findings reveal that using task based method is helpful and easy to conduct. In addition, this method can improve students’ listening skill. In relation to the responses on the method, it is found that the students respond the method positively. Based on the findings of this research, it can be shown through computing t-test the researcher got t-count (14.38) is higher than t-table (1.671). It means, there is significant effect of using task based method in teaching listening.

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