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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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The Appraisal Analysis of National Exam Issues: A Discourse Analysis Nurhadi, Kardi
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 5, No 1 (2017)
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Appraisal is a system of interpersonal meanings. Martin and Rose (2003:22) explain that the term of appraisal for negotiating our social relationship, by telling our listeners or readers how we feel about things and people (in a word, what our attitudes are). This article tries to analyse the appraisal meaning from the news article. The appraisal analysis using discourse analysis based on Martin and Rose work. Then, the analysis focus on how texts are produced as social practice and how texts represent as an ideology (power struggle). The text is taken from news article from The Jakarta Post. The issues took about national examination issues. The result of analysis show that, the writer found three basic of appraisal meaning namely attitude, amplification and source of the text. The attitude is divided into three parts namely affect (feelings), judgement (character) and appreciation (value). In national exams issues many people give their feeling, judgement and appreciation. By knowing the appraisal analysis we will know how texts are produced as social practice. Also, the national exam issues have an ideology (power struggle). The ideology consist of two parts namely perspective and bias. Perspective refers to how do the people give their opinion, while bias means how do the texts affect the people. Keywords : Appraisal, interpersonal meaning, social practice, ideology, perspective, bias
A Dillema of a Post-Feminist Woman: A Study Case of One Indian Girl nirmalawati, widya
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 6, No 1 (2018)
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After post-feminism period, women still have to struggle to be “perfect human being”as her own ideal. It is not only the case for women having no power, intellectualism, and money, but also for ladies with authority and prosperity enabling her own to be an single individual with financial and time freedom. This can be seen in a contemporary literary work, One Indian Girl (Bhagat: 2016), in which an Indian girl having a prestigious position in an American investment bank could not achieve her ideal life. This paper is aimed to reveal the dilemma of a feminist woman in her relation to men and to her family norms and her defeat to the true reality she failed to mediate. Using post-feminist approach, this paper investigated the fictional facts to prove that source of the problems is actually her female being.   It is indicated that the problems she had in her life coming from her female feminist. From the very first, it was depicted that she was viewed negatively by her own mother for being a female baby. Her intellectual is not worthy for boys and her mother. In her study, she was blamed for having her master, rather than early marriage. Finally, she was being accused of earning a lot of money, which normally becomes a prestigious achievement for men, by her boyfriend and her mother. She was in dilemma to choose between her dreamed profession or her marriage. The girl is a character who highly likely to represent other girls or women who are still defeated by the inequities of positioning a man-woman parallelism. Key words: One Indian Girl, post-feminist, dilemma
Promoting Collaborative Consultation to Improve the Quality of Inclusive Education in Indonesia Sulaiman, Ahmad
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
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Indonesia’s education sector has been experiencing development, but the inclusive segment needs more support since the number of disabled students are rising while the readiness of schools to nurture them seems underperformed. The main problem is the discrepancy between school educators’ competence and the special needs of students. In the west, it is common for school to have a collaborative consultation to overcome such problem. It interconnects collaborators in an equal position to reciprocally develop the best solution for existing problems. This paper aims to promote the term for education stakeholders in Indonesia.
Teaching Speaking Skills through Inquiry Technique Hendriwanto, Hendriwanto
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
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This study focuses on the teaching speaking skills through inquiry technique. This study was aimed at finding the effectiveness of the use of inquiry technique in improving students' speaking skills. It was done under several ways and by giving pretest and post-test. The population of the study is the first grade students of English education of Unswagati. The writer took two classes (class GH & CD) for the sample of the study. The study was carried out through experimental research by using the taccount formula.The findings of the study are as follows. The average pre-test and post-test experiment class is 21.83 but in the control class get 13. It is different from the average of the class. The result of t 3.17, while the critical value of t  is higher than t account account table (3.17t > 2.002t ). This could be seen that t observed is higher than t table and account table there are differences between Mx and My by the formula application. It shown that the final result of this research stated has a fositive influence.
Lesson Study as a Platform for Engaging Speaking Lecturers in Doing Teacher Professional Development Luthfiyyah, Roghibatul
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 2, No 2 (2015)
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This case study aims at investigating the implementation of Lesson Study at English Education Department of a private university in Indonesia. Particularly, it reveals the activities of lesson study and teachers prolonged engagement in reflection activities. This study provides worthwhile chance for teachers to create a learning community in which they can develop their knowledge as professionals. There were four speaking lecturers, one lecturer as a model and others as participants, who worked collaboratively to formulate learning goals, lesson plan, classroom observation, teaching learning reflection, revision of the lesson for improvement, and re-teaching the revised lesson. The data were collected from the classroom observation, interview, community discussions, and reflection in two cycles. The findings reveal that the activities of Lesson Study facilitate the lecturers in designing proper teaching objectives and materials. Furthermore, it also can be regarded as a platform for teachers to have a learning community in which they can share and develop their teaching qualification.
Examining Oral Communication Apprehension, Competence and Performance among Tourism students in Vocational High School Ryzky, Anggia Sri; Kusriandi, Wendi
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 4, No 1 (2016)
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This study, analyzed the students’ communication performance and competence in the speaking class. This study also measured the students’ communication apprehension level and its correlation with communication performance and competence. 30 students of second year students of SMK Pariwisata Kosgoro Cirebon took part in this study. The data were gathered through questionnaire, presentation test to get the score of communication performance and interview test to get the score of communication competence. The correlation study was used to investigate the relation of each variable. The result from the students’ performance showed that 66,7% of the students scored below the school standard score (75) and 70% of the students scored below standard score in the interview test. The participants showed the highest apprehension to public speaking and the lowest apprehension to group discussion. Their level of apprehension showed that 43.3% students were in moderate level and 56,7% students were in high level of apprehension. It was also found that communication apprehension was negatively correlated with communication performance. While the result from the correlation between communication apprehension and competence showed that there was a very low positive correlation but, there was a high positive correlation between communication competence and performance.
The Implementation of Peer Tutoring Strategy in Teaching Writing at the Tenth Grade of SMAN 1 Lemahabang Septianis, Melaty
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 5, No 2 (2017)
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Peer tutoring strategy is learning strategy where some students teach or help another student in learning process. The aim of this research were to know if peer tutoring strategy effective in teaching writing at the tenth grade of SMAN 1 Lemahabang and if there any positive responses from the students through the implementation of peer tutoting strategy in teaching writing. This research was quantitative research which used pre-expreimental research and the research design of this study was The One-Group Pre-Test and Post-Test Design. The researcher used two instruments of data collections  The first instrument was test which covered pre-test and post-test. The second instrument was questionnaire. The population of this research was tenth grade of SMAN 1 Lemahabang, and X MIPA 1 as a sample of this reseach.   This research focussed on recount text as the learning material of writing. After got the data of test, the writer used formula from McMillan (2001:620) to analysed its. The test result showed that there a significant result between taccount and ttable.  Those were the score of taccount was 18,01 meanwhile ttable was 2,024. It can be concluded that the implementation of peer tutoring strategy was effective in teaching writing at the tenth grade of SMAN 1 Lemahabang. Through the questionnaire, the writer also knew that there were any postive responses from the students toward the implementation of peer tutoring strategy in teaching writing. Such as the most of students strongly agree and agree that strategy can help them to be easy in writing recount text learning.Keywords : Writing, Peer Tutoring Strategy, Recount Text
The Appearance of False Sign in Ads at Social Media Ilhamsyah, Ilhamsyah; Herlina, Herlina
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 4, No 2 (2016)
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The aim of this study is to determine the presence of signs and combinations ofsigns (codes) that are present on the fictitious figure of Sarah Aprilia in Cologne Baskadvertising  on  the  internet.  The  sign  and  the  code  in  general  should  have  a  commonunderstanding by prospective readers (target audience). This research used qualitativeapproach  with  interpretative  descriptive  method  because  semiotic  science  is  diggingand discovery the meaning. In analyzing the fictitious figure of Sarah Aprilia, the signthat  appearance  is  false  sign.  Deceptive  mark  is  a  sign  that  unknown  origin  ,  but  theengineering rests on a natural object (hybrid), but viewers assume it was real presence.This is due to the many cross signs presented visual codes that make the figure of SarahAprilia as a real figure.
Understanding the Models of Grammar Mahaputri, Ratna Andhika
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
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This article provides comprehensive explanation about several models of grammar. The first model of grammar which is explained is considered from the functional grammar and associated with the American linguist Noam Chomsky that is Transformational Grammar. This model of grammar is consisted of three components they are phrase structure rule, the lexicon, and transformation. The second model of grammar which is explained in this article is Minimalist Grammar. This article also compares her understanding in two models of grammar they are Transformational Grammar and Minimalist Grammar.
The Implementation of Educational Debating Method to Foster Students' Speaking Ability Nurjannah, Nunung; Muhadharah, Umarah
Academic Journal PERSPECTIVE: Education, Language, and Literature Vol 2, No 1 (2014)
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The research aims to investigate how the educational debating method can foster the students' speaking ability at the eleventh grade of SMAN 1 Sumber and to find out how the students' activities in learning speaking using the educational debating method in fostering students' speaking ability. This research primarily used a quantitative method to analyze the data with quasi-experimental method was chosen to test the hypothesis because the study focused on only one aspect of investigating, namely speaking ability withiut controlling all variables. There were two classes consisting of 28 students each class as sample in SMAN 1 Sumber. The data was obtained by analyzing students' speaking scores, observation sheet, and questionnaire results. The research found that the speaking scores of the experimental group was higher than the control group and it was also supported by the students' activities from the questionnaire. The students felt that educational debating method can foster their speaking. It made the students enthusiastic to learn and help them to understand the matter of the subject. It was a pleasant and good method in teaching spaking, especially for asking and giving opinion. The students liked to participate in the use of educational debating method because they had an opportunity to study in pairs and improved their achievement in speaking by knowing pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar.

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