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Research and Innovation in Language Learning
ISSN : 26145960     EISSN : 26154137     DOI : -
RILL is a peer reviewed journal of first and second (foreign) language learning and teaching such as Javanese, Sundanese, Bahasa Indonesia, English, Arabic, Malay, etc. It is published in January, May, and September.
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SOCIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF SLANG USED BY THE CHARACTERS IN STEP UP 2 THE STREETS MOVIE Meinawati, Euis; Dewi, Nurmala; Rachmawati, Dina
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian Universitas Swadaya Gunung Djati Cirebon, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33603/rill.v2i1.1569

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The objective of this research is to know the function of  the usage of slang, especially slang used by the characters of Step Up 2 The Streets movie. The method of this research used descriptive qualitative method, the data were collected through observation of the movie, analysis of slang in the dialogue, and analysis sociological properties of slang based on the dialogues. Defining the sociological properties of slang and analyzing the most frequent of properties used are taken from the theory of Mattiello. Analyzing the purposes of using slang in a community is taken from the theory of  Victor and Dalzel. The result of this research are: (1) From 31 sociological properties are known, only 14 properties used in the movie, following: ‘Color’, ‘Efficiency’, ‘Group-Restriction’, ‘Informality’, ‘Subject-Restriction’, ‘Orality’,  ‘Musicality’,  ‘Aggressiveness’, ‘Unconventionality’, ‘Offenciveness’  ‘Desire to Impress’, ’Hybridism’, ‘Localism’, ‘Secrecy’, (2) The most frequent of sociological properties is ‘colour’, (3) The purposes of using slang are: to enrich the language, to induce friendliness or intimacy, to prove that someone did not belong to a certain society, and to be secret.   
TEACHER’S COMMUNICATIVE TEACHING TO ENCOURAGE STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING Rajasa, Gilang; Sari, Nadia Tiara Antik
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33603/rill.v2i1.1293

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Generally, students are intended to be better in four skills matter as well as their critical thinking along learning process in the classroom. Indonesia elementary school curriculum tends to give no option to build deeper prospect of English subject for about 2x35 minutes a week. The study conducted qualitative research method. The data were obtained from two meetings classroom video recording and observation to expose other findings. The sample data were taken from the fourth grade of elementary school students. Next, interviewing the teacher to dig information from the teacher about particular activities and to get teacher’s feedback from the video that has been recorded before. Finally, distributing a questionnaire to the students to gain information from another perspective. The findings showed the teacher is not the only one factor which develops and enhance students’ critical thinking, but the students also contribute to encouraging each other to do the task. They helped other students to speak up and state their mind when the teacher tried to open discussion with the class. Besides, the teacher gave higher and lower order thinking skill to develop, express, and create students’ mindset to think and to be active along in the classroom.
SPEECH ACTS ANALYZE IN DONALD TRUMP’S SPEECH: TRUMP BANS ALL REFUGEES AND CITIZENS OF 7 MAJORITY MUSLIM COUNTRIES ENTERING U.S Jimmi, Jimmi; Sidauruk, Juniato
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33603/rill.v2i1.1469

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The purpose of this research is to understand and discuss about Speech Acts of the United Stated of America, Donald Trump. The speech will be discussed linguistically by the writer. In analyzing Trump’s speech, the writer will relate it to the speech acts belong to J. L.  Austin, those are: locutionary act, illocutionary act, and perlocutionary act. The analysis that will be elaborated by the writer is about Austin’s types of speech acts contained in Donald Trump’s speech, and then the most and the least types used in Donald Trump’s speech, and also determining does perlocutionary is always exist in every Trump’s utterance. This research is using descriptive qualitative method. In this case, the writer found 10 utterances related to Donald Trump’s speech. In those utterances, there include 10 data of locutionary forces, 10 data of illocutionary forces, but only 2 data that show perlocutionary forces, because not all utterances conduct perlocutionary. Thus, every utterance can be linguistically analyzed, in order to see whether every speech always conduct perlocutionary forces or not.
AN ANALYSIS OF INTERRUPTION IN SEMINAR SETTING Jakob, Juvrianto Chrissunday; Pertiwi, Sri Ananda
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33603/rill.v2i1.1131

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Interruption is a phenomenon when one person takes the turn while another is already talking.  Most of the time, phenomena of interruption has been considered as disrespectful act or kind of rude. Contrast, Interruption could be supportive and cooperative act. This study aimed at describing what type of interruption is and reason of doing interruption made by English lectures and students in proposal seminar. This research used qualitative method which the data of interruption are taken from participants in three different proposal seminar conducted by graduate students of UNM by using recording technique. The results showed that types of interruption appeared in seminar are simple interruption, silent interruption, and butting interruption. Otherwise, the reasons of interruption which appears are seeking clarification, correcting, disagreeing, giving clarification, doubting and giving explanation. This is due to the fact that interruptions in this seminar were not violation.    
IMPROVING DESCRIPTIVE WRITING ABILITY THROUGH MIND MAPPING Khusniyah, Nurul Lailatul
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33603/rill.v2i1.1735

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The study aims to get the effect of the mind mapping on students descriptive writing ability and the process of mind mapping implementation in writing descriptive learning. The research study is qualitative and quantitative research through action research method. The sample was taken by 34 students. The validity of data used credibility, transferability, dependability, and conformability. The process of collecting data used test, observation, and interview. The researcher used Independent sample t-test to analyze the differences of students’ ability before and after using mind mapping. The finding of analysis that mind mapping implementation has increase the students’ motivation of descriptive writing learning. They can make a good imagination in writing. The t-test result is t-stat (5.38) > t-table (1.99). It means that there is a significant difference was found in descriptive writing ability before and after using mind mapping.
TEACHING SPEAKING USING A “SNAKE AND LADDER” BOARD GAME: A TEACHER STORY Arfani, Sri; Sulistia, Atika
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33603/rill.v2i1.1642

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The objective of this research is to know how the implementation of Teaching Speaking Using a “Snake and Ladder” Board Game to the students in an English class of a private schools in a Jakarta. Employing descriptive study, the English teacher made her story from her classroom. The data of the research included on-site-observation and recording. The results show that (1) using a snake and ladder board game is potential to promote students’ eagerness to speak within the peers, (2) despite of some difficulties, students seem enjoy the learning, and (3) a “friendly’ learning atmosphere was established.
SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS OF THE MAIN CHARACTERS IN ROWLING’S FANTASTIC BEAST AND WHERE TO FIND THEM Meinawati, Euis; Setianingrum, Herlin Widasiwi; Jimmi, Jimmi; Winata, Eggi
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33603/rill.v2i2.2074

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The purpose of this research was to know the social relationships through Sorokin's theory. This research was done through a film titled Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them which was released in 2016. The data were taken from the utterances of the characters’ dialogue through documentation, the process of watching, and post watching the film. The method of research used a qualitative descriptive method. The results of the study indicated that: (1.) the types of social relationships are social interaction phenomena and non-social interaction phenomena, (2.) From the seven data about a social relationship, three data are about social interaction phenomena:  by human in friendship, by human in ethnicity, and social interaction phenomenon in helping the economy, (3.) using Tsapeli's theory, the sub-chapters of the causes and effects are also successfully identified.
The Implementation of Clinical Supervision Models towards The Language Teaching and Learning Herdiawan, Rama Dwika
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The effective supervision assists the teacher trainees or supervisee develop themselves in terms of the professional development such as teaching instrustions or methods, content, and also pedagogy. This article is aimed to explore as well as discuss the related literature particularly on clinical supervision. It describes best practices in clinical supervision through a set of relevant previous studies, and the roles of supervisor, supervisee, and the students in relation to the use of clinical supervision models used. It also deals with providing some useful guidelines for students and supervisors (not only for clinical students) to pursue the development of relationship among them in conducting the clinical supervision models. Therefore, the review of related literature focuses on clinical supervision which is expected to help the whole parties in the supervisory process to accelerate their goals as well as obejctives clearly, and also to minimize the potential problems and facilitate the implementation of effective supervision.Keywords: Clinical Supervision Models, , Teaching and Learning Language, Supervisor, Supervisee.
AFFIXATION IN THE SCRIPT SONG LYRIC “HALL OF FAME” Meinawati, Euis; Alawiyah, Sufi
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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The objective of researchis to analyze affixation in The Script song lyric. The main purpose of this research is to know how affixation process happens in The Script song lyric “Hall of Fame”. The method used in this research isdescriptive qualitative method. The data used the text script oflyric. It will be an object to know how affixation process happens and what the influencescauses by affixation itself. The result of this analysis shows that affixation process dividedintwo types depends on affixes itself.  
Three Attitudes of a Reflective Teacher Nurfaidah, Sitti
Research And Innovation In Language Learning (RILL) Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Reflective teaching practice in second/foreign language teaching education has been the focus of empirical studies attention since early 1990s. Despite the importance of the implementation of reflective teaching practice in the classrooms, there is still limited research on English language teaching in Indonesian context relative to the attitude of reflective teachers as revealed in their reflection. This study examined three attitudes of reflective teachers as proposed by Dewey, i.e. open-mindedness, wholeheartedness, and responsibility. They are considered as part of the keys in identifying the reflectivity state of the teacher. Data from two EFL preservice teachers’ reflection through reflective teaching journals and interview were analyzed using thematic analysis technique to identify emerging themes and to extract narratives of experience. The findings reveal that both of the preservice teachers reflected the three attitudes in their reflection indicating their development in preparing themselves into more professional teacher. This study’s implication on language teacher education program is also discussed. Keywords: reflection, reflective teacher, open-mindedness, wholeheartedness, responsibility

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