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Academic Journal Perspective : Education, Language, and Literature
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Perspective (e-ISSN 2621-6981) publishes twice a year in May and November. This journal published manuscripts in the areas of English Language Teaching (ELT) and Literature.
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Teaching Critical Discourse Analysis to ELT Learners through Corpus Based Approach samsi, yogi setia
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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ABSTRACTConcordance is the software that facilitates an unlimited data recognizing the frequency and collocation. It can be used for learning and teaching. This study is qualitative and aimed to know the contribution of corpus tool in teaching CDA and the students’ responses through the use of corpus tool, named concordance software, in one of the University. The method in this research is qualitative descriptive with the content analysis. Thus, I employed the frequency and collocation in order to get its sociocognitive contained into three levels of analysis: microstructure, superstructure, and macrostructure couched within critical discourse analysis framework of Van Dijk (2008) through 2 articles taken from different newspaper that has been collected into concordance software. The data can be represented to be mediator in learning and teaching CDA in the class to find out the ideology through frequency and collocation. The findings reveal that concordance has the contribution to the learning and teaching especially in linguistic course. It is questioningly proven by the students’ responses that the students seemingly motivate and enthuse to learn CDA through corpus linguistics. Concordance is effective and can help the teacher in their teaching.
Treffinger Learning Model in Teaching Speaking Akbarani, Rizqi
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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This research aims to find out how was the implementation of Treffinger learning model in teaching speaking skill. This research was applied for the tenth grade students of SMK Negeri 2 Madiun that consist of 26 students as sample in conducting the research. In collecting the data, research used observation to observe the implementation of Treffinger learning model during teaching learning process and used test to find the improvement of students’ speaking skill during implementation of Treffinger learning model.  The research finding showed that the implementation of Treffinger learning model can improve the students’ speaking skill. It can be concluded that Treffinger learning model is acceptable to be used as teaching learning model in teaching speaking.  
Interference: Its Role in the Second or Foreign Language Mastery to Indonesian Learners Mahmud, Mahmud
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 5, No 1 (2017)
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Language development is always influenced by economic, social, politic, culture and science. The influencing between languages appears in the form of using words or phrases interchangeably in both oral and written form.Interference is caused by speaker bilingualism background, disloyalty to target language, the limited vocabularies of TL mastered by a learner, Need of synonym, Prestige and style.Interference can be a negative type of language transfer, like the use of a native-language pattern or role which leads to an error or inappropriate form in the target language. In the other hand, it is also positive transfer, as it makes the learning easier, and may occur when both native language and the target language have similar form. Events of interference has four types; phonic interference, grammatical interference, lexical interference and semantic interference Keywords: Language development, Interference, language transfer 
Analysis Students’ Speaking Skill Based on Local Material at First Semester in English Department of Unswagati Afiah, Devi Siti Sihatul
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 4, No 2 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33603/perspective.v4i2.1542

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The  goals  of  this  research  were: (1) To analyze the students’ mistakes  in speaking skill; (2) To find out the difficulties of local topics in speaking. This  research  used  the  descrivtif  qualitative  method.  The  writer  described  and analyzed the students’ errors in speaking skill  and  the  difficulties  used  the  local materials. The research was carried out at the first year students of english department in 2015/2016 academic year. it was strated from Februari to May 2016. The population was  the  first  semester  students  of  english  department  in  academic  year  of  2015/2016. The number of population was 27 students. The results of this research were: (1) lots of students were able to speak well and few of them were still lack (2) Some of students felt difficult to use some words of local tpoics in speaking
EFL Teachers’ Perspectives on Learner Autonomy Yuzulia, Irza; Yusuf, Fazri Nur
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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Teachers have a central role in fostering learner autonomy and their views regarding LA are essential. They should maintain the learning environment and activities to support LA. This research aimed to find out teachers’ attitudes towards their roles and learning practices to support LA. A questionnaire was administered to 19 teachers who are studying for a Masters degree at UPI. It is found that teachers rated their responsibilities in choosing classroom activities and evaluating students’ progress at the highest point. However, they viewed students’ decision making abilities in choosing learning objectives and evaluating their learning at the lowest score. Furthermore, the activities which teachers often recommended to are listen to English songs, read books and use the internet. It can be concluded that teachers have a strong belief towards their roles in LA. Even though they are already conscious about the importance of LA, it should be implemented into practice.
An Analysis of Ideational Metaphor in Political Text: A Study of Systemic Functional Linguistics linda, linda; Suherman, Tatang
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 6, No 1 (2018)
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AbstractThe research entitled “An Analysis ofIdeational Metaphor in Political Text: A Study of Systemic Functional Linguistics” is aimed to find out the ways the ideational metaphor is organized in Political text. The scope in which the studyis conducted ranges from the variety of processes used in political text. The analysis is conducted in accordance with the grand theories put forwarded by Halliday, Mathiesen, and Thompson, with some supportive theoretical background from Downing and Locke, and Eggins and some theories of metaphorin general.   The result of this research shows that the types of processes found in this research almost covers all the types of processes, namely: Material, Mental, verbal, and Relational Processes. Behavioural and existential were not found under the assumption that those types have little relevant to the process of  metaphorical wording.
Students' Perceptions towards National Examination: A Washback Study Friska, Yuliana; Setiawan, Iwan
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
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This study aimed to investigate students’ perception towards the National Examination (Ujian Nasional/UN) and its positive and negative effects (washback). The study was a qualitative research using a survey method. It involved XII-grade students who had taken the examination from some vocational senior high schools in East Ciputat, South Tangerang, Banten, i.e. SMK Triguna Utama, SMK YMJ and SMK Moh. Husni Thamrin. A questionnaire was therefore constructed to elicit their beliefs, attitudes, behaviors and/or opinions regarding the UN. The findings showed almost all of the students believed that National Examination could increase their learning intensity, or, in other words, UN could motivate them to study harder. However, there was also revealed that the students doubted and questioned the effectiveness and importance of UN in creating better teaching learning process. These thus indicated that National Examination had positive as well as negative washback on teaching learning activities of  XII-grade students of some vocational senior high schools in South Tangerang.
Metacognitive as One of the Strategy in Teaching Reading Comprehension Luthfiyyah, Roghibatul; Perdani, Laena Kusuma
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
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This study aims at investigating further about the effectiveness ofMetacognitive Strategy implementation for students' reading comprehension at the second grade of SMA Negeri 1 cilimus and finding the students' responses vividly after learning reading comprehension through Metacognitive Strategy at the second grade of SMA Negeri 1 cilimus.The method that used in this study was Quasi Experimental Research with pre-test post-test non-equivalent group design. The population of this study was the second grade students of  SMAN 1 Cilimus in the academic year 2014/2015; itconsists of eight classes. Two classes were as samplewhich were taken by purposive sampling, they were XI MIA 3 as experimental class and XI MIA 1 as control class.The use of Metacognitive Strategy was proven as an effective technique for teaching reading comprehension.It showed that there were the significantvalue of the implementation of KWL chart as a metacognitive strategy in teaching reading comprehension. In addition, the implementation of KWL chart had strong responses from the students. It could be seen from the result ofquestionnaire that described the strong responses of students toward the implementation of KWL chart as the metacognitive strategy. It could be concluded that the use of KWL chart as metacognitive strategy was effective in teaching reading comprehension. Thus, teachers probably use this technique as one of the variation for teaching reading comprehension.
Pronunciation Ability by Using English Song in Indonesian Student of Unswagati Cirebon Mulatsih, Devi
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 2, No 2 (2015)
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Pronunciation is the production of speech sounds for communication. It is the most difficult area of English. This study was conducted under the consideration that pronouncing English words plays an important role. Because of the differences between English and Indonesian pronunciation, many students pronounce English words incorrectly. Data from the Phonetic of English and the rule of how to pronounce English words has been crucial in the development of Phonetics theory throughout its recent past. Explaining the use of English song can increase the pronunciation ability to the students of Unswagati Cirebon in question.
Investigating Classroom Instruction in Grammar Class using Inductive Approach Faisal, Muhammad; Misdi, Misdi
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 4, No 1 (2016)
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This study investigated whether the implementation of inductive approachincreases students’ achievement in teaching grammar at the seventh grade students of SMP N 16 Cirebon. Richards et al, 1985 in Chalipa 2013 often said that Inductive approach is learning in which learners are not taught rules directly, but are left to discover - or induce - rules from their experience of using the language; Ke (2008, p.1) stated that inductive approach helps students to rediscover their subconscious knowledge of English grammar and gives advantages such as makes the sentence wellformed and grammatical competence, actively involves students in their grammar learning process, and helps students to understand. This study employed quasi experimental design. The finding supported the research hypothesis that inductive approach is potential for students’ achievement in learning grammar, especially Inductive approach made classroom atmosphere actively, it seem when inductive approach was implemented in teaching and learning process, almost students have enthusiasm to answer the question

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