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THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COLLABORATIVE WRITING METHOD FOR WRITING INSTRUCTION IN THE ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM

Setio Wati, Ning ( STAIN Metro )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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Abstract : Collaborative writing is not a new methodology in teaching of English as Foreign Language (EFL). It has been adopted in many countries in recent years. This article reviews the application of collaborative writing method to teach writing skill at the college level. Because many researchers appear to believe students can be taught to collaborate, they urge educators to provide explicit instruction that encourages development of skills such as coordination, communication, conflict resolution, decision-making, problem-solving, and negotiation. This article also expands the operational definition of collaborative writing in process of writing instruction. Then, it tries to discuss the procedures of writing instruction using collaborative writing method. The last, this article describes the benefits of collaborative writing method in the classroom. Key Words: Collaborative Writing, Writing, EFL

INTEGRATING LOCAL CONTEXT TO TEACHING ENGLISH FOR YOUNG LEARNERS (EYL)

Irwansyah, Dedi ( STAIN Metro )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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Abstract: English for young learners (EYL) studies have dealt with quiet number of teaching methods and strategies. However, researchers have not conducted adequate analyses of EYL teacher candidates’ creativity in integrating the local context into their lesson plans. This writing, therefore, address this issue by analyzing the teacher candidates’ portfolio when they take English for Children course. Limitation of accessibility, however, have led this study to only focus on analyzing the portfolios submitted by the teacher candidates pursuing their S1 degree in an English Language Teaching Department of State Islamic College of Metro Lampung, Indonesia. This study will contribute to filling the gap of the stakeholders’ expectation toward the possibility of integrating the local context, particularly Islamic values as they are the prominent characteristic of the college, into the arena of ELT within Indonesian context. The analysis shows that local and ideological features are inseparable in ELT and that those are commonly integrated with songs and pictures.Key words: EYL, EFL, ELT, creativity, local context

RECIPROCAL TEACHING: ONE OF THE METHODS FOR POOR COMPREHENDERS

Yawisah, Umi ( STAIN Metro )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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Abstract : Reciprocal teaching is a  method  which emphasizes  the students’ cognitive and meta cognitive  domains for it covers the structural process of the instruction. The  whole elements within the procedure enable the students to  choose the strategy, plan, monitor, and evaluate their own  activities. Furthermore, the procedures integrated in this method  are believed to  enhance the students’ thinking process. The method, introduced by  Palinscar and Brown, belongs to cooperative learning in that the students’ thinking process in learning is expressed through a natural dialogue. This method is designed to improve the students’ competency in text reading while those students find it difficult to comprehend the content of the text. The method also encourages the students to apply such four strategies as predicting, summarizing, questioning, and clarifying. Key words: reciprocal teaching, method, reading, thinking process

THE CONTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS TEAM ACHIEVEMENT DIVISION (STAD) AND MOTIVATION TOWARDS WRITING COMPARISON AND CONTRAST TEXT OF THE FIRST SEMESTER MANAGEMENT STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY MUHAMMADIYAH OF METRO

Thresiaz, Fenny ( STAIN Metro )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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Abstract : The purpose of the present study is to explore the positive effects of Student Teams Achievement Division (STAD) on other important factors such as students’ motivation. STAD was used with thirty students and was compared to thirty management students who worked in groups lacking the key components of STAD. Both groups completed pretest and posttest and responded in motivational questionnaire which measured changes in exposure to writing skill in English. The findings showed that (1) there was a significant progress within each group, (2) there was also significant mean difference between the experimental and control group with the contribution of the STAD  approach to students’ motivation and to writing achievement. Keywords: Student Teams Achievement Division (STAD), motivation and writing skill

USING DISCUSSION BOARD AS THE MEDIUM TO IMPROVE THE SKILL IN WRITING A RECOUNT TEXT

Sholihah, Lilis ( STAIN Metro )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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Abstract: This study is aimed to improve the students’ skill in writing a recount text through the use of discussion board. The subject consists of twenty seven eighth graders. This study was carried out in one cycle. The cycle consisted of five meetings including the registration process on discussion board, prewriting and drafting in face to face classroom environment, and the process of revising, editing and publishing stage on discussion board. The data of the study were taken from the observation checklist, field notes, questionnaire and the students’ final product. The findings of the study revealed that the discussion board was successful in improving the skill in writing a recount text of the eighth graders. The improvement was indicated by the increase of the students’ writing scores, the students’ participation in writing activities and the students’ positive responses after the implementation of discussion board. Keywords: Discussion Board, Writing Skill

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NUMBERED HEADS TOGETHER IN TEACHING READINGVIEWED FROM STUDENTS’ LOCUS OF CONTROL

Handoko, Muhamad Dini ( STAIN Metro )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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Abstract : This writing applied an experimental design. The population of the research was the eighth graders of Senior High School academic year of 2011/2012 consisting of three classes. Two out of the three classes, consisting of 40 students, were used as the sample using the technique of cluster random sampling. The experimental group was taught using the NHT strategy, while the control group using expository strategy. A questionnaire and test of reading were used to collect the research data. The result of analysis shows that NHT is proved as an effective teaching strategy to teach reading for the eighth grade. The effectiveness is affected by students’ level of Locus of Control.Key words: Numbered Heads Together (NHT), Expository Teaching Strategy, Locus of Control

GRAMMATICAL ANALYSIS ON THE ABSTRACT OF SCIENTIFIC WRITING

Madkur, Ahmad ( STAIN Metro )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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Abstract: This paper was aimed to investigate grammatical errors made in writing abstract for journals in State Islamic College (STAIN) Jurai Siwo Metro. It involved 30 abstracts taken from 5 journals published by the college. This research was qualitative in nature. The data were collected by observation and documentation, and then analyzed by Miles and Huberman model. The result showed that the frequency of grammatical errors in concord was 40%, word order was 25%, spelling was17%, parallel structure was 12 %, and learner language was 6%. To sum up, there were still some grammatical errors in the abstracts of scientific writing in the journals. Keywords: scientific writing, abstract, grammatical errors, journal

A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD CHILD WITH HER ENGLISH VOCABULARY ACQUISITION: A CASE STUDY ON NISRINA WAFA ADLINA

Nur, Maulidia Rachmawati ( Ibnu Khaldun University, Bogor, West Java )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 2, No 2 (2014): JURNAL PEDAGOGY
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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Abstract: English has become one of the most-frequently used languages at an international level. As a matter of fact English is learned by many people, both adults and young learners. With regard to young learners of English in particular, they are learning English because they want (or they are encouraged) to master English when they are still in their early childhood. Compared to adults, young learners are more likely to achieve automaticity in producing English as a second language (ESL).This research was aimed to see a seven-year-old girl’s English vocabulary acquisition process that she got from her mother, as the researcher. This research was also aimed to see her English vocabulary production that she produced for almost three months. Keyword: Second Language Acquisition, vocabulary production, ESL young learner

THE ANALYSIS OF HIGH FREQUENCY WORD ON ENGLISH WRITTEN MODULES IN STATE ISLAMIC COLLEGE JURAI SIWO METRO

ARIANSYAH, DANI ( EUREKA English Center Metro, Lampung )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 2, No 1 (2014): JURNAL PEDAGOGY
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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The problem of the writer had outlined in this paper deals with vocabularies which are frequently used in written language, in technical term, they are called High Frequency Word (HFW). The primary goal of this research was to figure out HFW provided in the English written modules produced by the lecturers of State Islamic College Jurai Siwo Metro. The writer took five modules written by five different lecturers as his purposive sample. A qualitative descriptive was used to approach the data. The researcher collected the data by observation and documentation. Meanwhile, Creswell’s generic steps model was used to analyze the data. The result of analysis illustrates that there are 145 High Frequency Word found on those five modules. It can be classified by the word classes namely 31% adjective, 23% noun, 23% verb, 23% adverb. In conclusion, there are several HFW in the English written modules that are used in the State Islamic College Jurai Siwo Metro

THE CORRELATION BETWEEN STUDENTS’S FIXED PHRASE MASTERY AND ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING PERFORMACE

Anggraini, Dinar ( EUREKA English Center, Metro )

JURNAL PEDAGOGY Vol 2, No 2 (2014): JURNAL PEDAGOGY
Publisher : Department of English Education of STAIN Jurai Siwo Metro

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Abstract : The primary goal of this research was to investigate the correlation between the students’ fixed phrase mastery and argumentative writing performance. A quantitative research was used to approach the data.  The population of the research was the sophomore students of PBI. The 60 samples of this research were randomly selected by random sampling technique. The data were collected by test and documentation. In addition, an analyze relating to the correlation between the students’ fixed phrase mastery and argumentative writing performance was done by using Person Product Moment. The finding of the research indicates that there is positive and significant correlation between students’ fixed phrase mastery and argumentative writing performance. It is proved by the data illustrating that rtable  for N 60  at 5% level  is 0.254 and for 1% level  is 0.330.  Consequently, it can be shown that  0.254 < 0,788 > 0.330 or 0.254 < 0,753 > 0.330.Keywords: Fixed Phrase, Argumentative Writing Performance

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