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

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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...
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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...
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Realization of Negative Politeness Strategy on Speech Act of Questions and Answers in the Learning Processes

Abdurahman Abdurahman, Ngusman Abdul Manaf
Research on the use of negative politeness strategies in speech acts has often been done, but the realization of strategies that speak with negative politeness in speech acts to ask and answer in the classroom learning process by teachers and students has not been fully explained. This article was written...
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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...
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Cultural Values Legends Folktale of Minangkabau People’s in West Sumatra

Hasanuddin WS Hasanuddin Ws, Emidar Emidar, Zulfadhli Zulfadhli
This research article contains a discussion about the cultural values legends folktale of Minangkabau people’s in West Sumatra. This research is descriptive qualitative research. The legend folktale of Minangkabau people's in West Sumatra was obtained from the narrative of informants. Categorical data...
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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...
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Marlon James’s Queer Perspective on Woman’s Heterosexuality in A Brief History of Seven Killings

Marliza Yeni
This article examines Marlon James’ novel A Brief History of Seven Killings (2014), which presumably presents his queer perspective on woman’s straight sexual orientation through a female character named Nina Burgess. Burgess is the main female character who has to experience many traumatic dramas in...
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The Resilience Of Indian American Women In Coping With The Domestic Violence Seen In Sejal Badani’s A Trail Of Broken Wings: A Study Of Feminist Psychology

Seswita Seswita
This study aims to discuss the resilience of Indian American women in coping with the domestic violence as seen in Sejal Badani’s A Trail of Broken Wings as one of a study of feminist psychology. It begins with the issue of partriachy in first-generation Indian immigrants’ family in United States. This...
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Idea Development And Organization Of Thesis Proposal Written By A Group Of EFL Learners Learning Writing Through Cognitive Genre-Based Approach

Yenni Rozimela, Delvi Wahyuni, Nora Fudhla
This article is composed based on an analysis of thesis proposal introductions written by EFL learners in UNP who enrolled Paper Thesis Writing course. During the course, the learners were taught by Cognitive Genre-Based Approach (CGBA). The approach focuses on improving learner’s writing ability in...
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Developing Biography Text Teaching Materials Based On Author’s Experience

Suherli Kusmana, Jaja Wilsa, Sumiati Sumiati
This current study aimed at developing teaching materials used in learning Bahasa Indonesia for students in Senior High School. The materials were gained through writing process conducted by the author of biography text books. The books were developed based on the author creativity in writing process....
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Drama Appreciation Learning Using Multimedia To Develop Student Literation

Syofiani Syofiani, Hasanuddin WS Hasanuddin Ws, Syahrul Ramadhan, M Zaim, Agustina Agustina
Nowadays, learning drama is less attractive and less favored by students and students, this is because the learning model designed by lecturers is still conceptual so it is not attractive to students. Especially if speaking of the industrial revolution 4.0 concerns that literature - drama is no longer...
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Students’ Critical Thinking And Writing Ability Reflected On Online Discussion Forum

Fatimah Fatimah, Yenni Rozimela, Hermawati Syarif
The utilization of gadgets can influence student’s participation on teaching and learning process. To that aim, online discussion forum is often used allowing students to engage in critical contestation of ideas. Theoritically, criticism is the process of responding to and evaluating ideas, argument,...
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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,...
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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...
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Recent Technology For Translation Study

Witri Handayani, Yenni Rozimela, Harris Effendi Thahar, Syahrul Ramadhan, Agustina Agustina, M. Zaim
This article aimed to offer the recent technology which can be used for translation study. This technology which, surely, mostly provided through the internet access has the purpose to assist the translator especially translation students in finishing their translation works. Basically, the most common...
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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...
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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,...
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The Impact Of Instructional Leadership And Followership Styles To The Teachers’ Performance

Yahya Yahya, Eka Wira Putra
The objectives of the research are to find out and explain, the contribution of instructional leadership to the teachers’ performance, contribution followership style to the teachers’ performance, contribution of instructional leadership and followership style to teachers’ performance in elementary school...
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The Perception Of Students With Different Learning Styles To The Teachers’ Response Styles At Smkn 3 Padang

Sitti Ayu Permata Sari, Hamzah Hamzah, Zul Amri
Classroom management is one of crucial thing in order to create the optimal learning condition. Actually, there are some different response styles in managing classroom. These different response styles produce students’ perception. Each student also has different characteristic. They are differed even...