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PROJECT APPROACH: FACILITATING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN READING Yudha Santhi, Dessy Dwi Dwi
Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 39, No 2 (2011)
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Metaphors in a written discourse such as in letters using bahasa Indonesia can be derived from the metaphorical expressions used by the writers to the editors, showing conceptualization which is based on what they experience, feel, and think in their life.This paper aims at finding out the universality of the concepts shown by the metaphors and the users using the metaphors. Using nonparticipant observation with  note-taking  technique,  the data  are  collected  and  chosen  purposively.  With distributional, referential, reflective introspective, and abductive inferential methods, the data are analyzed. The results indicate that metaphors can be grouped into universal,  specific,  and  public  ones  due  to  the  universality,  specification  of the concepts  conveyed  in,  and  the  users  using  them.  This       implies  that  bahasa Indonesia  conveys  similar concepts  as other languages  in the world do which is caused   by  the   experiences   from   different   time   and   places   encountered   by Indonesians living in an agricultural country. 
METAPHORS: UNIVERSAL, SPESIFIC, AND PUBLIC Nirmala, Deli
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Metaphors in a written discourse such as in letters using bahasa Indonesia can be derived from the metaphorical expressions used by the writers to the editors, showing conceptualization which is based on what they experience, feel, and think in their life.This paper aims at finding out the universality of the concepts shown by the metaphors and the users using the metaphors. Using nonparticipant observation with  note-taking  technique,  the data  are  collected  and  chosen  purposively.  With distributional, referential, reflective introspective, and abductive inferential methods, the data are analyzed. The results indicate that metaphors can be grouped into universal,  specific,  and  public  ones  due  to  the  universality,  specification  of the concepts  conveyed  in,  and  the  users  using  them.  This       implies  that  bahasa Indonesia  conveys  similar concepts  as other languages  in the world do which is caused   by  the   experiences   from   different   time   and   places   encountered   by Indonesians living in an agricultural country
BARACK OBAMA’S IOWA CAUCUSES RHETORIC Gunawan, Samuel
Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 39, No 2 (2011)
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This paper is to explore the depth of Barac Obama’s rhetoric in his Iowa Caucuses  Speech:  “Our  Time  for  Change  has  Come”.  Obama  displayed  his outstanding rhetorical craftmanship to drive irresistibly his power of persuasion in the  earliest  Democratic  Caucuses  in  the  whitest  state  of  Iowa  that  gave  him  a victory; thus the speech underscored the ground-breaking messages to the rest of the nation that America was ripe for an African-American President.
KEMAMPUAN MEMBACA PEMAHAMAN SISWA KELAS IV SD BERDASARKAN TES INTERNASIONAL DAN TES LOKAL Basuki, Imam Agus Basuki
Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 39, No 2 (2011)
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This article is aimed at elaborating not only the students’ reading comprehension  based on international test and local test conducted for elementary school students, grade four but also the corelation of both results. This descriptive research was conducted at 12 elementary schools at 5 provinces located in Java and Sumatra. The instruments used for reading comprehension test were PIRLS, an international test and the researcher-made test. The result of the study shows that the fourth graders’  ability in comprehending  the texts is very low. They could  only understand 30% of the reading texts, both informative and literary texts. The result of the international tests have a very high corelation with the result of the researcher- made test, though it shows lower result than the result of local tests.
EKSISTENSI TOKOH ANAK DAN TOKOH KAKEK SEBAGAI PENGEMBAN PESAN PROFETIK DALAM CERPEN-CERPEN KUNTOWIJOYO Efendi, Anwar
Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 39, No 2 (2011)
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The purpose of this study is to describe the prophetic message portrayed through the characters within Kuntowijoyo’s fiction. The focus of the study is limited to the existence of the child and the grandfather and also their relation in conveying the prophetic message. The sources of the data for this study are Kuntowijoyo’s novel along with his fiction collections. Thus, the data are gathered through document collection. Those data would be analyzed using interactive analysis method which results in simultaneous data collection and analysis. The findings of the study show that: (1) the grandfather character is portrayed as the symbol of afterlife; (2) the child character symbolizes life itself; (3) the relationship of both characters – the child and the grandfather – can be concluded as binary opposition. The child who marks the beginning of life becomes the emphasis of the grandfather’s symbol as the end of life
DOMESTIKASI IDEOLOGI DALAM PENERJEMAHAN INJIL: INGGRIS-BALI Brata, Frans I Made Brata
Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 39, No 2 (2011)
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The Bible’s translator expects his translation not only accurate, but also acceptable in accordance to the norms and cultural value of its reader. This study aims   to   describe   the   domesticating   ideology   in   translation.   Tu-VousTheory combined with Attitude, as part of Appraisal Theory in Systemic Functional Linguistics   are  used  to  investigate  how  the  word  should  be  used.  Dynamic Equivalence Theory is utilized to describe the word in use in society.   Descriptive qualitative   approach   in  determining   two   principle   orientations   of  translation techniques,   methods,   and   ideologies   were   applied   in   analyzing   the   data. Questionnaires containing sentences with English terms of address in Luke’s Bible and their equivalents in Balinese were used to verify the data. The findings show that  the domesticating  ideology  has  a positive  contribution  to the quality of the translation with regard to its accuracy, acceptability, and readability.
ETHNOGRAPHIC APPROACH TO EFL/ESL RESEARCH Pasassung, Nikolaus
Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 39, No 2 (2011)
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This article shows that ethnography, as an approach, is a very useful tool to be applied in research attempting a good understanding of EFL/ESL classrooms. With reference to work done by anthropologists and classroom researchers, the pre- sent article argues that education, including EFL/ESL classrooms, can be well un- derstood by using ethnographic  approaches.  This is done by elaborating  the rele- vance of ethnography and the classroom context in the sense that ethnographic prin- ciples are applicable in describing and understanding the culture of a classroom, and EFL/ESL teaching in particular.
KONSEP SKOPOS DAN ASPEK FUNGSIONALNYA DALAM PENERJEMAHAN Masduki, Masduki
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It is often said that Skopos theory has abolished the position of the source text. Nevertheless, translators still have to translate source texts, and to do this, they must identify translation units and decide what to do with them in the translation process. The same applies to translation description and criticism or even quality assessment. In order to compare source and target texts and achieve a fair judgment of a translation, the translators need communicative function of the translation unit. This article deals with the basic concept of Skopos and functional aspects that come into play both in translation and translation description. 
HAMBATAN PENERJEMAHAN TEKS BAHASA ARAB KE DALAM BAHASA INDONESIA: PENGALAMAN MAHASISWA SASTRA ARAB UNIVERSITAS NEGERI MALANG Irhamni, Irhamni
Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 39, No 2 (2011)
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This paper is intended to describe the result of a research focusing on the students’  translation  problems  in  translating  Arabic  texts  into  Indonesian.  The problems result from the students’ understanding  and retelling (re-expressing)  the results  of  the  understanding  during  the  translation  process.  In  this  study,  the researcher is applying descriptive-qualitative method. The result shows that the students’ problems in translating have close relation with (1) the students’ understanding  of  linguistics  structure  and  non-linguistics  structure,  and  (2)  the students’ problems in retelling (re-expressing) the results of their reading regarding linguistics and non linguistics problem.
PENGEMBANGAN READING BOX UNTUK MENINGKATKAN MINAT BACA MAHASISWA Andreani, Sri Andreani; Astuti, Utari Praba Astuti
Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 39, No 2 (2011)
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Due to the unavailability  materials  for Reading  II   subject,  this study attempts to develop a reading box material which consists of 80 units of 400-500 words. Each unit contains introduction,  questions, readings, answer keys, reflection and also monitoring books. This reading box enables the students to practice reading extensively and independently. This material was developed through several stages, they were: planning, exploration, the development  of the products, validation and laminating. In validation, the revision was done on the questions, readings, answer keys, reflections, illustration, lay out, the title and on the monitoring book. However, the results of the questionnaire  on validation process show that the material was qualified in terms the content, the appropriateness of the reading type and its topic with the students’ interest and  intellegence, the length of the readings, the variety of the text types, the difficulty level, illustration, lay out, the font and the letter size

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