Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education
ISSN : 26204983     EISSN : 26857545
Yavana Bhasha: Journal of English Language Education aims to become a scientific and research journal in the field of English Language Education with the scopes of English language teaching that cover the area of language education, linguistics, translation, and literature.
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD THROUGH THE CHILDREN’S SONGS Seriadi, Si Luh Nyoman
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The development of the global world has demanded the children of today to grow faster and compete more closely. One ability they should have to be able to compete with the globalization is ability to communicate in English. As we know that the ability of children to absorb a variety of information around it is extraordinary. So, when we want a child can have a good ability in communicating with English, English learning should be done since the early phase. But in practice, there are some obstacles encountered such as the children difficulty in understanding the subjects of this foreign language. This is reasonable because the position of English in Indonesia is as a foreign language. To overcome these obstacles, it requires effective learning techniques, appropriate, and interesting so that learners are motivated to learn this foreign language. To create a fun English classroom atmosphere, one of them is with the use of songs for learning media.Keywords: English Education, Early Childhood, Songs
COLLABORATIVE WRITING IN EFL CONTEXT: A LITERATURE REVIEW OF RESEARCH REPORTS IN THE LAST DECADE* Susanti, Ani
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The 4 Cs 21st century skills framework has included collaboration as one of the critical skills for now and future generation living. In EFL context, studies about collaboration are often connected with collaborative writing (CW). This strategy has been more popular especially in higher education as academic writing and collaboration skills development strategy. Numbers of studies reported not only the outcome but also the process of collaborative writing. This paper synthesizes research reports in the last decade collected from online publication including unpublished thesis and dissertation as well as articles in journals related to language education. Inspired by Dillenbourg (1996), this synthesis report is organized into four dimensions; focus on effect, condition, interaction, and technology use. Finally, some possible future research questions are pointed out.
AN ANALYSIS OF FIRST YEAR STUDENTS’ GRAMMATICAL ERROR IN NARRATIVE TEXT, STIBA SARASWATI DENPASAR Rahmanu, I Wayan Eka Dian
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Structure is improbable separated with the English literature and this concept should be simply applied for linguists or apprentices in English for Foreign Language and English for Second Language as well. However, in the process of presenting the text using grammar, pupils tend to make inaccurate comprehension frequently. So in this occasion, the researcher analyzed the learners’ grammar mistakes in written text through narrative of 31 apprentices in STIBA Saraswati Denpasar. The method in delivering the result of this article used qualitative research which discovered and explained students’ inaccurate grammar on some typical of structure. The final achievement found by the writer was that more than 50% sample of texts had mistakes on past sentences while the least number of grammar mistakes which on present perfect, simple past: be, preposition plural – singular, modal, gerund, to infinitive, passive voice and subject pronouns were slightly under 49%.
DICTOGLOSS IN IMPROVING LISTENING COMPREHENSION Widhiasih, Luh Ketut Sri
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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The objective of this classroom action research was to know whether or not listening comprehension of the Basic Listening class students of English Language Education Study Program, Faculty of Teacher Training, Mahasaraswati Denpasar University academic year 2016/2017 can be improved through dictogloss technique. The present research was carried out through dictogloss technique in two cycles; each cycle consisted of two sessions. The data were collected by administering the instruments to the subjects. The result of the post test in each cycle showed that there was significant improvement of the subjects’ comprehension in listening. The subjects also gave positive responses toward the implementation of dictogloss technique in teaching and learning process. To sum up, the present classroom action research showed that listening comprehension of the Basic Listening class students of English Language Education Study Program, Faculty of Teacher Training, Mahasaraswati Denpasar University academic year 2016/2017 can be improved through dictogloss technique.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT IN MA DI PUTRA NURUL HAKIM IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2017/2018 Imansyah, Imansyah; Utama, I Made Permadi; Sumarni, Baiq
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Yavana Basha: Jounal of English Language Education
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This research was conducted in attempt to analyze and describe the types ofauthentic assessment implemented by the EFL Teachers at MA DI PUTRA NURULHAKIM. This research applied a descriptive research designsince it was aimed at analyzingand describing the types of authentic assessment practiced by the EFL teachers in Englishclasses in MA DI PUTRA NURUL HAKIM. The method of gathering the data wasobservation supported with document study and interview to get more deeply. In relationto the problem raised, the current study found that there were various types of authenticassessment used by the EFL teachers. They were oral presentations and dramatizations,story telling, reading aloud,demonstration, constructed response items, writing samples,and peer assessment. The researcheralso found that the EFL teachers integrated one skillwith others since one single method of assessment can be used to assess more than one skill,and one skill was assessed by using some types of assessement
PLAGIARISM IN CREATING ACADEMIC BASED ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY: THE STRATEGIES TO AVOID IT Putri Maharani, Anak Agung
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Through this paper, the strategies of avoiding plagiarism implemented by the participants were presented. There were 136 fifth semester students of English Language Education Study Program (hereafter, ELESP) in Mahasaraswati Denpasar University who willingly contributed to the research investigation. All of them enrolled the Writing IV course which mainly focuses on academic writing and plagiarism. To attain the data, an open-ended questionnaire was distributed which followed by interview and Focus Group Discussion (henceforward, FGD). The obtained data were analyzed by means of Interactive Model which involves data collection, data filter, data presentation, and verification. It was found that the students encompassed 4 strategies in the attempt to avoid plagiarism such as producing a thorough outline prior to drafting, using own words, citing: quoting, paraphrasing, and utilizing plagiarism checker. These strategies are categorized into 3 different divisions based on the period of applying them.
DEVELOPING STUDENTS SPEAKING SKILL TROUGH GUESSING GAMES Sukerni, Ida Ayu Kade; Purnami, Ida Ayu Oka
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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This study aims at describing how the students can improve their speaking skill and that also part of the teachers’ job. A teacher is expected to have right teaching techniques to provide students with appropriate teaching materials and to create a positive classroom environment. The data of this study were collected through observations, planning, action, and reflection, some of the researchers were conducted in two cycles. The data were obtained by interviewing the English teachers and students. The result of this study showed that the speaking skill can improved through guessing games. These were confirmed by the data on the finding and discussion in the researchers’ article
THE MISTAKEN PRONUNCIATIONS: THE UNAVAILABILITY OF SOME ENGLISH CONSONANTS IN BAHASA Jaya, Made Suardika
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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This paper aims at showing the problems with reference to pronunciation of English sentences spoken by Indonesians. The unavailability of some English consonants in Bahasa could lead the Indonesians into mistaken pronunciations. To obtain the data of how well the English pronunciations uttered by the Indonesians, a speaking test was held. The respondents for this test are fifteen Indonesians with different ages and social backgrounds. The results show that the English consonants which are absent in Bahasa caused some puzzlement for the speakers which made them had a tendency to pronounce the words by using the nearest sound from the Bahasa phonemes towards the English phonemes. Fine comprehension by reading English dictionary frequently together with adequate proper listening and speaking practises are needed by the non native speakers in order to achieve better ability related to English pronunciation. 
THE EFFECT OF JIGSAW TECHNIQUE AND STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY ON READING COMPREHENSION OF THE EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SMPN 4 SINGARAJA Pariati, Ni Nengah
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Yavana Basha: Jounal of English Language Education
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The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of Jigsaw technique and students’vocabulary mastery on reading comprehension of the eighth-grade students of SMPN 4Singaraja. This study was a quasi-experimental study with Posttest-Only Control GroupDesign by 2x2 factorial arrangement which involved a sample of 80 students. The data werecollected by using vocabulary and reading comprehension test then analyzed by Two-wayANOVAand Tukey test. The result indicates that (1) there was a significant effectonreadingcomprehension between the students who were taught using the Jigsaw technique andthose who were taught by using conventional, (2) there was a significant effect of theinteraction between the implementation of teaching techniques and students’ vocabularymastery on reading comprehension, (3) there was a significant effect in readingcomprehension between the students with high vocabulary mastery who were taught byusing Jigsaw technique and those who were taught by using conventional technique, (4)there was a significant effect in reading comprehension between the students with lowvocabulary mastery who were taught by using Jigsaw technique and those who weretaught by using conventional. The result of the research showed that the Jigsaw techniquewas more effective for teaching reading comprehension than conventional.
Assessing Recount Text Writing Ability Through Dicto-Comp of the Twelfth Grade Students of SMK Kharisma Mengwi in Academic Year 2015/2016 Wipradnyana, Gede
Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Writing is an activity which is used to express our ideas, emotions, thoughts and transfer them onto written form. In addition, teaching and assessment are inseparable in teaching and learning process. However, there are many problems confronted by the teachers in assessing the students’ writing ability; furthermore, assessment has become a problem in teaching and learning process. The undertaking of the present study dealt with assessing recount text writing ability of the twelfth-grade students of SMK Kharisma Mengwi in academic year 2015/2016 through dicto-comp. The present study made use of ex post facto research design with descriptive analysis. The data required for the present study were gathered by means of administering dicto-comp to 40 samples of this study which were determined through random sampling technique with lottery system. The obtained data were analyzed using norm reference measure of five standard values. To sum up, these research findings revealed that there were 67.50% of the samples under study succeeded and the others 32.50% failed in writing recount text which was assessed by using dicto-comp. Keywords: assessing, recount text writing ability and dicto-comp.

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