Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Languages and Arts (ICLA 2018)

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Representation of Fanaticism against Local Culture through the Use of Tari Manyang in Sikakap Community Life

Hana Shilfia Iraqi, Yahya Yahya, Indrayuda Indrayuda
Sikakap subdistrict have a variety of arts including Tari Manyang. Tari manyang displayed every two-event. Where this is Tari Manyang icon from Sikakap subdistrict. Tari Manyang known as the dance of life, Falcon where Manyang meaning ' Eagle '. The methods used in this research is qualitative research....

Tingkuluak Tanduak Batingkek in Lintau District Tanah Datar Regency (Study of Function and Purpose)

Hadiastuti Hadiastuti, Nita Sahara, Agusti Efi
Tingkuluak tanduak batingkek is one of traditional woman clothes especially regency bundo kanduang and bride which is result culture society of lintau,regency tanah datar, province west Sumatra. Along with the times tingkuluak tanduak batingkek has been progressing especially in terms for using. Tingkuluak...

Overhead Project Play: Filling the Creativity Gap of 21st Century Learners

Stefanny Irawan, Meilinda Meilinda
Some studies show Millennials are tech-savvy but lack of soft skills needed in the working world. Creativity is one of the soft skills needed and indeed, is one of the pillars in Trilling and Fadel’s 21st C Skills that students need to master. Overhead Projectplay (OP), a shadow puppet play using overhead...

Popular Games among Elementary School Children as Child Culture and Tradition Games in West Sumatera

Ardipal Ardipal
There are few researches on forms of popular games among elementary school children because the commonly accepted concept in society is the preservation of old arts and traditional cultures. In fact, both of these concepts can conflict with one another. This study investigates popular games among children...

Contribution of Social Field Vocabulary Mastery and Humor Reading Interest to Skill of Producing Anecdote Text of Students

Rina Oktavani, Yasnur Asri, Abdurahman Abdurahman
The purpose of this research was to describe some if the following. (1) The contribution of social field vocabulary mastery of producing/writing anecdote text of students of class X SMAN; (2) The contribution of humor reading interest of producing anecdote text of students of class X SMAN; (3) The contribution...

Form of Presentation and Role of Accompaniment Music Galombang Dance by Lindang Urek Art Studio Payakumbuh

Ilham Khalid, Indrayuda Indrayuda
Galombang dance is a traditional dance of Minangkabau. This research was carried out using a qualitative research approach that was analytical. The object of this study was the accompanying music of galombang dance made by the Lindang urek art studio. The purpose of the research was to describe the form...

Nuances of Meaning Synonyms for Affixed Ke-An Abstract Noun in Indonesian

Desra Fitria Erita, Ngusman Abdul Manaf, Novia Juita
A number of articles of synonyms have been researched by some previous researchers, but the research only discussed the same elements of meaning in synonymous words, but lacks in studying the nuances of meaning. The writing of this article was carried out to explain the nuances of the meaning of synonyms...

Development of Problem Based Writing Learning Module

Wiwin Firdaus, Atmazaki Atmazaki, Irfani Basri
This study aims to explain the validity and effectiveness of the module in writing the text of the observation report that was developed based on PBL principles for grade VII students of junior high school. This study follows the 4D model starting from define, design, develop, and disseminate. The validation...

Gender Variables in Reading Behavior of Middle School Students in the Internet Era

Muhammad Saleh, Sultan Sultan
This study aimed to explain the cultural behavior of reading junior high school students in the internet era based on gender variables. The study was designed with a quantitative approach. The study population was high school students in four districts / cities in South Sulawesi and West Sulawesi, namely...

The Quality of Students’ Mind Mapping at IAIN Bukittinggi

Iradatul Hasanah, Hermawati Syarif, Ratmanida Ratmanida
Commonly, many students still get difficulty in reading compehension. It is hard for them to gain the essence of information among the overlapping sentences. Therefore, the lecturer provides them strategies to handle it. Among others is mind mapping strategy which facilitates the students in acquiring...

Representation of Indonesian Imperative Speech Acts Teacher at MTSN 4 Padang

Fifi Ferdila Masykur, Syahrul Ramadhan, Abdurahman Abdurahman
In the learning process there is communication between teachers and students and student with a student . The process of communication that occurs to students and student-speech utterances involve highly varied , including speech acts/ acted imperative. This study aimed to describe the type of speech...

Problems in Oral Language Teaching in Primary School

Elfia Sukma, Ritawati Mahyudin, Rahmatina Rahmatina, Ari Suriani
This study aimed to determine the problems faced by teachers in the oral language learning on the aspects of cognitive, affective, and psychomotor in primary schools. This research uses qualitative approach. Data were obtained based on the results of the questionnaire answered by the teacher. Data were...

Improving Students’ Ability in Conducting Autonomous Learning by Using Information Communication Technology

Hendro Saptopramono, M Zaim, Atmazaki Atmazaki, Jufrizal Jufrizal
Autonomous learning is one of essential abilities that must be acquired by students in developing countries like Indonesia. The independent learning may solve the problematic situation in English learning such as insufficient learning time, large classroom, inadequate learning facilities, insufficient...

English Teaching and Learning Strategies on Genre Based Approach in Indonesian EFL Class : A Case Study

Hanip Pujiati, Ellis Tamela
The teaching and learning strategies in the context of ICT implementation in EFL Class are considered as the important aspect to encourage the improvement of students English performance. The current research aims to investigate the teaching and learning strategies on Genre Based Approach in Indonesian...

Teaching Listening through Islamic Storytelling in Indonesian Junior Secondary School Context

Sultan Baa, ErzacZafan Jaya
The objectives of this research were to find out whether or not the use of Islamic storytelling is effective in improving students’ listening comprehension and to find out the students’ interest during the process of teaching and learning through Islamic storytelling. The study employed mix-method design....

Exclusion in Online News about "Terrorism" the Study Theory of Theo Van Leeuween

Mursida Mursida, Ermanto Ermanto
Along with the development of internet technology, people can easily access information about events that occur, such as news about terrorist attacks at the Riau Police Headquarters suspected of carrying bombs on online newspapers published by Tempo.com, Detik News, TribunPekanbaru.com, Banjarmasin post.com...

The Ability to Use Repeated Words in the Sentences by the Sixth Grade of Elementary School Students

Fauziah Hasibuan, Syahrul Ramadhan
The purpose of this study w is to describe the ability to use the word in a sentence by six grade students of Hutanopan 0501 Negeri Padang Lawas District Lubuk learning Barumun year 2016-2017. This type of research is qualitative research with descriptive methods. This research was carried out in 0501...

Ideology in Politicians' Comments on DKI Jakarta Election Discourse in Twittpolitik Free People

Weli Sundari, Agustina Agustina, Ermanto Ermanto
A number of articles about ideology have already been written, but have not provided a full explanation. Articles about ideology carried out by previous researchers only discuss critical discourse analysis, but no one has discussed thoroughly about ideology in the comments of politicians. The writing...

First Language Morphological Interference of English Language Learners (EFL)

Wuri Syaputri
National and regional languages spoken in Indonesia come from Austronesian language family. Meanwhile, English comes from Germanic language family. Cases, Austronesian language family has different morphological pattern with Germanic language family. In line with this issue, some EFL are getting involved...

Technology-Based Google Classroom In English Business Writing Class

Difiani Apriyanti, Hermawati Syarif, Syahrul Ramadhan, M Zaim, Agustina Agustina
In this 4.0 era, digital technology and information system technology have integrated with teaching media and tool. From previous studies,Google Classroom is one of technologies whichhas been implemented inScience, Social Science, and Engineering Departments of Higher Institution. Based on PEOU and PU,...

Designing A Website-Based User Interface In Merangin Regency Tourism Promotion In Jambi Province

Risa Miranda, Budiwirman Budiwirman
This research is motivated by the lack of tourism promotion in Merangin District, Jambi Province, the lack of information on tourist sites / locations in Merangin District, which has an impact on the number of visitors / tourists, and the tourism sector is currently one of the important aspects in regional...

The Effect of Herringbone Technique And Students’ Reading Interest on Students’ Reading Comprehension At Grade VIII Of MTs Sumatera Thawalib Parabek Bukittinggi

Nadya Felly, M. Zaim, Zul Amri
This research aimed to test the effect of herringbone technique and students’ reading interest on students’ reading comprehension.It is a kind of experimental research with quasi and 2x2 factorial designs. The reading comprehension test and reading interest questionnaire were used to collect the data...

Challenges In Assessing Students’ Writing For Future Instruction

Nur Aisyah Zulkifli, Mukaiyar Mukaiyar, Hermawati Syarif, Yenni Rozimela
This study is analytical study that constitutes the information about what instruction is necessary to be designed to help bring about desired change. Instructional design is a special case of a larger process called human performance technology. The two processes are almost identical, structurally,...

Contestation of Global-Local Culture in Islamic Art of Pondok Pesantren Walisanga Situbondo

Panakajaya Hidayatullah
This article is the result of anthropology research using ethnographic methods. Discusses global and local culture contestation in the performing arts in the Walisanga Islamic Boarding School Situbondo. The findings of this study indicate that this Islamic values spread (dakwah) is a method of Islamic...

The Adaptation of Jago Temple Bas-Relief into Children’s Literature

Nanang Bustanul Fauzi
Everything left by ancestors in the form of moral teachings, values, and philosophical reflections will be very useful for future generations. However, centuries later, these relics are no longer known by the younger generation. Everything involved it will certainly be unique character and become the...

Pendet ‘Berbaju’ A Subjective Aesthetic Image

I Nengah Mariasa
Pendet is a Balinese dance played by a group of women who wear special clothing. The body part wears a prada belt and the waist to down is covered with a golden ornament cloth. The shoulder and arms don't wear a shirt, so it looks exciting. Exciting words have multiple meanings, can mean beautiful and...

The Existence of Music in the Ba Arak Program in the Traditional Culture of Marriage of the Koto Tangah Community

Linda Destri Rama, Agusti Efi
This article aims to reveal and explain the function and existence of music in the Ba arak tradition in the marriage customs of the Koto Tangah community in Padang city. Ba arak is a tradition commonly practiced by the Koto Tangah community at a wedding party. The process is done from the Bako house...

The Impact of Cooperative Script Methods on Learning of Music Art

Elfitrayeni Elfitrayeni, Nurhizrah Gistituati
This article aims to reveal and explain the impact of the Cooperative Script method in learning the art of music at SMK 1 Hiliran Gumanti. In fact, all this time students' learning outcomes in music art subjects do not meet the standard values set by the Hiliran Gumanti Vocational High School, this is...

Development of Learning Model for Appreciation of Music Art Based on Archipelago Art in the Subject of Cultural Art for Improvement of Aesthetic Experience of Grade VIII Students of Junior High School

Idawati Idawati, Ramalis Hakim
This research aims to: (1) Produce multimedia software that can support musical learning; (2) Know the software’s compatibility as a learning material. This is a Research and Development model of research. It was done in four phases: prelemenary study, planning, design, and development. The sampling...

Development of Archipelago Art-Based Appreciation Learning Models on Culture Arts Learning for Increasing Estetical Experiences in Class VIII Students Junior High School

Rafvita Asmil, Ramalis Hakim
This study aims to develop an appreciation learning model of archipelago art based dance on cultural arts subjects to enhance the aesthetic experience of eighth grade students of junior high school and find out the effectiveness of the learning model.This research is categorized into Research and Development...

The Ysu French Student Ability of Explaining Tourism Objects

Dwiyanto Djoko Pranowo
This study aims to describe the students' skills of explaining tourism objects in French language, the competence level to interact, and the speaking error. The research data was collected by using the performance test of French speaking skills through video recordings of presentation of tourism objects....

Enforcing Linguistic Intelligence Method to Activate Students’ Literacy in English Economic Subject for Islamic Banking Department

Widya Syafitri
Activating students’ different kinds of intellegences is not easy for the educators in teaching English. Most educators focus on arousing students’ cognitive domain only. In fact, the students just comprehend the material based on the text book. They, however, cannot analyze the current information about...

The Educational Character of Students from Critcal Reading

Gusnetti Gusnetti, Agustina Agustina, Ermanto Ermanto
Many reading will enrich the mind, because the more one reads the more knowledge they get and the broader their horizons of thinking. Reading activities have an important role in human life, especially in growing one's personality. The problems that are often found in the field are many of the students...

The Effect of Semantic Mapping in Teaching Writing Skill on Seventh Grade Students of SMPN 3 Batusangkar

Adhmi Fauzan, Jufrizal Jufrizal, Zul Amri
This research was aimed to see the effectiveness of semantic mapping technique in improving students` writing skill. The research design of this research was a quasi experimental design. The population was the seventh grade students of SMP Negeri 3 Batusangkar in the academic year of 2017/2018. The samples...

The Implementation of Serial Image Media in Learning German Writing Skills to Students of German Language Education FBS UNM

Ambo Dalle
This research aims to describe the process, results, and response of students to the learning of German writing skills through serial media students of German Language Education Study Program FBS UNM. This research is a classroom action research with a qualitative descriptive approach. The subject of...

The Effectiveness of Scaffolding Model in Teaching Reading at Senior High Schools in Padang City

Jufri Jufri
This research is aimed at identifying the students’ ability in reading by using scaffolding teaching model. This is an experimental research that is done at senior high school. There were three senior high schools that became the location of the research, namely SMAN 1, SMAN 7 and SMAN 8 Padang. The...

The Effect of POW+TREE Strategy by Using Learning Video towards Students’ Writing Ability in Pekanbaru, Indonesia

Marhamah Marhamah, Yenni Rozimela, Hasanuddin Hasanuddin, Syahrul Ramadhan, Agustina Agustina, M. Zaim
Based on curriculum 2013, in learning English subject, the students are expected to develop and produce write simple text types, analytical exposition text. The POW+TREE strategy is the astrategy that teacher used in the classroom by combining which is available the learning video in teaching writing....

Cohesion and Coherence in Indonesian Textbooks for The Tenth Grader of Senior High School

Syamsudduha Syamsudduha, Johar Amir, Wahida Wahida
This study aims to describe: (1) cohesion and (2) coherence in Indonesian Textbooks for XI Grade Senior High School. This type of research is qualitative analysis research. The data are the statements or disclosures that contain cohesion and coherence in the Indonesian textbooks. The sources of data...

Struggling for International Publication: The Potential Rhetorical Problems for Indonesian Scholars in Social Sciences and Humanities when Writing in English

Safnil Arsyad
Indonesian faculty members and postgraduate students are encouraged to publish their research results in reputable international journals such as those published in English. This is to boost the participation as well as prestige of Indonesian scholars in the eyes of international scholars. However, the...

Euphemisms in the Headlines of Haluan Newspaper

Sucia Winita, Ermanto Ermanto
The use of language in communication process is not limited to its function as a tool for delivering information, but also as an important tool for maintaining social relations. This can be realized with the use of the right language, one of which is by including the euphemism. This study aimed to describe...

The Type and Meaning Nuances of Limitation Adverb Synonym in Indonesian

Khadijah Ramadhanti, Ngusman Abdul Manaf
Synonymous words still have dissimilar meanings, even though only in nuances. This study aims to explain the types of synonym and the nuanced meaning of the pair of adverbs limitative of synonymous Indonesian language. This type of research is qualitative research using descriptive methods. The data...

Politeness Strategy of Directive Speech Act by Students-Lecturers of French Department FBS UNY

Rohali Rohali
This study aims to describe the use of politeness strategy in directive speech act used in the communication act bystudents-lecturers of French Language Education Department. Data collection was conducted using participatory observation technique and non-participatory observation that is data collection...

Phonology Acquisition of Children of Age 3,4−3,10 Years (Case Study on Razka Salim Mirza)

Elvira Elvira, Agustina Agustina
This study aims to describe the language acquisition of children aged 3;4−3;10 years of phonological studies which include vocal acquisition, consonant acquisition, and factors that influence phonological acquisition. The method used in this study is a qualitative method with a case study approach. Data...

Grammatical Cohesion of Conjunctions in Short Story Collection Kompas March 2014 Edition

Lova Lovenia, Ermanto Ermanto
Writing short stories is very concerned about the relevance of the content so that the stories made can be understood and liked by the reader. This will be seen in the relationship between lines, sentences, and paragraphs which can be realized in one form of cohesion. The linkage of content in the short...

The Acquisition Language of Children Ages in the Ages of 2-11 Years Syntactic Study (Case Study on Khayira Latisha Aquina)

Asri Maida Ayudi, Agustina Agustina
Language acquisition is a process that applies in a child's brain when acquiring language. One of them is for children aged 2 to 4 years, children in particular have obtained complex vocabulary, phonology and grammatical systems, and the same complex rules for how to use language appropriately in many...

Forms of Violation of Politeness in Communicating Local Political Figures in West Sumatra

Ermanto Ermanto, Agustina Agustina, Emidar Emidar
Local political figures in West Sumatra are role models for people in areas such as communication performance. Communication politeness is important to be used by local and national political figures. In this regard, the research on the communication performance of local political figures both at the...

Transitivity Analysis of the Translation of Student Translators

Rusdi Noor Rosa, Rudy Sofyan, Bahagia Tarigan
This paper aims at finding out the structure of transitivity elements used in the translation of student translators through which typical characteristics of Indonesian history text would be obtained. This is a qualitative study taking the English history text entitled ‘Early History of Yellowstone National...

Projections  in Indonesian Newspaper Texts

Amrin Saragih
Projection is a representation of linguistic experience to other linguistic experiences. This research paper finding about the projection of expressions from a news source into the Indonesian newspaper based on systemic functional linguistic theory (LFS). This paper examines the types of projections...

Derivational Morphology of Karonese Ecolexicon

Bahagia Tarigan, Rudy Sofyan, Rusdi Noor Rosa
This paper is aimed at finding out the word formation of Karonese ecolexicon through derivation. The study used a descriptive qualitative method whose data were ecology-related lexicon (ecolexicon) spoken in seven villages at Salapian Sub-District North Sumatra Indonesia. The data were collected from...

The Character Education Values in Literary Texts n Buku Siswa Bahasa Indonesia for Senior High School

Yolla Ardian Sofia, Abdurahman Abdurahman
Education is developing not only the students’ academic intellectual abilities but also the students’ character education. Literary works play an important role for the students’ character building. This study aims to describe the value of character education in the literary texts in Buku Siswa Bahasa...