Proceedings of the Second Conference on Language, Literature, Education, and Culture (ICOLLITE 2018)

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Subjectivity of Women in the Work of Seno Gumira Adjidarma Drupadi (A reconstruction)

Ratih Ika Wijayanti, Suma Riella Rusdiarti
This paper discusses the reconstruction of Drupadi's character as a strategy to present the subjectivity of women in the novel Drupadi by Seno Gumira Adjidarma. Drupadi is the retelling or the renewal of the epic Mahabharata which focuses on Drupadi as the female character in the story. As the representation...

Digital Collaborative Literature: Responding to the millennials way of learning

Winda Candra Hantari
The digital world is rapidly changing the human perspective that certainly impacts the way of life, not to mention on how people learn things. Various responses to the technological revolution that has reached various lines even to domestic affairs are always interesting to discuss. Countless platforms...

The Referential Function Types in Teacher Explanation

Rusdhianti Wuryaningrum
This study aims to investigate referential function used by teacher. Can add to our understanding how referential function types are established, maintained, and shaped through explanative speech in primary school. This study uses discourse analysis with a speech act approach. This research found that...

Latifa, Afghan Women and Unfinished Struggle

Hiqma Nur Agustina
This article examines the literacy ban for Afghan women in the era of Taliban focusing on the portrayal of Latifa as the narrator in My Forbidden Face (MFF) novel. As a writer and main character, Latifa fought for the rights and independence of Afghan women to gain access to education. Going to school...

Improving Students’ Vocabulary through Word Mapping Technique

Lukmanul Hakim
This article aimed to improve the students’ vocabulary mastery through word mapping technique at the Third Grade Students of Mataram Junior High School 7. This study used a Classroom Action Research (CAR) method, conducted in two cycles by following the procedure of action research, i.e. planning, implementing,...

Development of Multimedia-based Nahwu Evaluation Instruments Using Wondershare Quiz Creator

Maman Abdurrahman, Masor Masor
The purpose of this study is to assess the use of a set of tests in Nahwu using Wondershare quiz creator based on a question bank on Nahwu used in a state university in Bandung. Employing R & D, this study involved 24 sixth semester students of Arabic Department of a university in Bandung. Drawing on...

Presentation-discussion Technique to Improve Vocational School Students’ Japanese Speaking Skill

Nurqori Fitriani, Herniwati Herniwati, Setiawan Setiawan
The study aims to investigate the use of presentation-discussion technique to improve the speaking skills of beginning students of Japanese language class. Discussion is a two-way communication between two persons or more to exchange ideas, speaking one’s mind to solve problems and making decisions....

Extensive Writing Activity through Journaling: Students’ voices

Rojab Siti Rodliyah
Journal writing has long been used for various purposes in educational settings due to the many benefits it offers. Despite the numerous studies on the advantages of journal writing, little is documented about how this activity is viewed from students’ perspective. This study, therefore, explored how...

Research-based Lectures to Improve Students' 4C (Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Creativity) Skills

Maulia Kembara, Rama Wijaya Rozak, Vini Agustiani Hadian
Research is an appropriate means to bridge students' academic abilities with problems that occur in society. Students will learn to actualize all the abilities that he has while taking higher education. In addition, research can be used to improve students' 4C capabilities (communication, collaboration,...

Indonesian ELT Teachers’ Beliefs toward Language Learner Autonomy

Melvina Melvina, Didi Suherdi
This present study aims at investigating Indonesian EFL teachers’ beliefs about learner autonomy. A questionnaire about 36 English teachers' perception towards learner autonomy was used to collect data. The data were analyzed using descriptive analysis by utilizing the SPSS. The study reveals that the...

Kuda Kosong Artifact of the Cikundul Text Fragment: Building identity of a City

Yeni Suryani, Sumiyadi Sumiyadi, Syihabuddin Syihabuddin, Vismaia Sabariah Damayanti
The manuscript of Cikundul tells about natural beauty. It is mentioned all matters concerning the Blank Horse (kuda kosong). In one case, this phenomenon of the development in urban planning is no longer in the layout, as it was implied by the script but in the ornament, so that the city has an identity....

Andai-Andai Folklore: A media for internalization character values and educating children

Isah Cahyani, Febi Junaidi
The aim of this studies is to investigate character education values in andai-andai folklore and how the folklore could be used as a media to educate children in Bengkulu. The study used a qualitative method. The data were collected by observation, documentation, and interview. The data were analysed...

Culture and Citizenship Literacy in Sundanese Children's Literature

Agus Suherman, Haris Santosa Nugraha
Culture and citizenship literacy is one of the basic literacy recommended by the World Economic Forum (2015) to be comprehended by all citizens of the world. It is intended for each individual to possess both life skills and sense of responsibility to contribute in developing the world community. Moreover,...

Study of Kata Kolok (Signs and their meanings)

Dian Rahmani Putri, I.G.M. Sutjaja
This research focuses on Bali sign language namely, kata kolok, a natural sign language in Bengkala village, Buleleng, Bali. Kata Kolok is conventionally created by the local deaf community, specifically on their idea and thought to describe their religious living, customs and culture. The aim of this...

Metaphor Compounding in the Dengka Dialect of the Rote Language Found in the Name of Animals and Plants (A generative morphology approach)

Efron Erwin Yohanis Loe
The purpose of this study is to analyse the metaphor compounding process rule in the Dengka dialect of the Rote language found in the name of animals and plants. There are two problems to be analysed: 1) how the structure of metaphor compounding process in the Dengka dialect of the Rote language found...

Democracy Crisis in Poetry Anthology “Yang Berguru pada Sajak” based on Fredric Jamesone Perspective

Muh. Zuhdy Hamzah, Fatmawati Fatmawati, Halimi Zuhdy, Abdul Basid
This research aims to elaborate the form of democracy crisis in anthology of poetry “Yang Berguru pada Sajak” based on the theories of Fredric Jamesone and to understand the causes and their consequences toward human. The type of this research is a qualitative descriptive. The primary data sources is...

A Model of a Syllabus Design for Storytelling Based on Local Culture

Istiqamah Istiqamah, Nurmy Nurmy
An analysis on the currently-used syllabus at IAIN Pontianak indicates the absence of local culture. Therefore, this research is to develop a model of syllabus which can solve the problem. This is Research and Development (R & D) with three areas of study: need analysis, syllabus design process, and...

Implementation of Contextual Teaching and Learning in Academic Writing Material for Foreign Speakers

Didin Widyartono
Many scholarship programs are directly offered in learning Indonesian, for example, the Partnership for Developing Country scholarship program. This program is aimed at students who study in Indonesia. Bahasa learning activities can be done based on Contextual Teaching and Learning. The materials on...

Investigating Speech Act and Politeness in Classroom Interaction

Yogi Setia Samsi
This present study focuses on the way of teachers’ communication in learning and teaching in classroom with their student. This study is grounded on speech act theory by Searle and the principle of mutual consideration by Aziz. The aim of this study is to investigate the types and functions of speech...

Error and Communication Strategies Employed by Souvenirs’ Sellers at Sukarara Village

Akhmad Heri Tasliman, Nuriadi Nuriadi, Amrullah Amrullah
A speaker needs strategy in communication especially when they are making error in order to make the interlocutor understand and receive the message clearly. This study aims to discover (1) The error made by souvenir’s sellers in communicating with foreign visitors at Sukarara village, (2) factor caused...

Content Based Instruction and its Effect in Teaching Speaking

Saroh Fitriani
The paper reports the effect of using Content Based Instruction in teaching speaking especially English for Communication majoring in hotel at first semester of the student at one of the higher education institutions. The sample of this study was 25 students of experiment group and 25 students of control...

Metaphorical Expressions In Sasak Wedding Festivities: A study of Ganti community

Abdul Hanan, Mahyuni Mahyuni
This paper was aimed at investigating how the metaphorical expression used in the wedding festivities in Ganti community. This paper also focuses on how the people of Ganti community get to understand the meaning of the metaphorical expressions used in the wedding festivities of the same language and...

Politeness Strategies in WhatsApp Text Messaging Between Sundanese Students and Lecturers

Farida Farida, Dian Yuliana
This study aims to reveal politeness strategies used by Sundanese students when sending text messages to their lecturers via WhatsApp chat application. For the data, this qualitative study used 57 text messages from six students majoring in Sundanese language at a university in Bandung. Drawing on Brown...

Nagrak Slang Language in the District of Sukabumi: Sundanese folklore study

Retty Isnendes
The purpose of this study is to describe the history and development, as well as the form of Sundanese slang in the South Nagrak Village, Sukabumi Regency. The data were slang utterances obtained through observation and interviews of four participants. Drawing on Danandjaja’s folklore theory, it was...

Directive Speech Acts on Discussion Based on Gender Perspective

Tri Pujiati, Wawan Gunawan
This research was conducted as an effort to describe the politeness of directive speech acts used by students from interdisciplinary backgrounds. This research method is a qualitative descriptive study involving a sociopragmatic approach. Data were obtained from the field by taking research subjects...

Traveling Guidebook Development as Japanese Language Teaching Materials

Herniwati Herniwati, Melia Dewi Judiasri, Noviyanti Aneros
This research aims to develop a Japan travel guidebook for Indonesian tourists which also can be used as a teaching material. The primary goal of this study is to provide a guidebook which is user friendly as a complete guide including information about transportation, tourist attractions, and halal...

The Implementation of Critical Pedagogy: Building a dialogue in the classroom

Nurita Bayu Kusmayati, Yeti Mulyati, Vismaia Sabariah Damaianti, Andoyo Sastromihardjo
Dialogue is the basis of critical education as a way to involve university students in order to be active in class, in which students can find a critical position by using critical thinking. Critical thinking is shown by seeing relationship between humans and the world, the thinking which views reality...

Didactic Literature in Indonesian Folklore

Lina Sundana, Sumiyadi Sumiyadi, Andoyo Sastromiharjo, Razali Razali
This study describes the didactic literature, namely literature that educates in imaginative or fictitious forms including moral, religion, philosophy or certain themes. This study aims to analyze the contents/expressions of discipline in literary works. This study employe a descriptive qualitative method...

Developing a Teaching Model for Critical Literacy Infusion into Conventional Reading Class: Framing SQ3R within the four resources framework

Endang Setyaningsih, Nenden Sri Lengkanawati, Bachrudin Musthafa
This paper forwards a prototype of critical literacy (CL) model and its implementation in a Reading class. The model is developed by infusing a teaching approach to critical literacy namely the Four Resources (FRF) into a prominent reading strategy i.e. Survey, Question, Read, Recite, and Review (SQ3R)....

Rice Cultivation Spells and Their Relevance to Literary Learning: A riffaterre semiotic analysis

Aan Hasanah, Syihabuddin Syihabuddin, Vismaia Sabariah Damaianti, Sumiyadi Sumiyadi
Rice cultivation spells are spoken by community or traditional leaders, and can also be read by farmers when sowing seeds in the rice field. In sowing seeds, the spells are spoken as a repellent of disasters, and as an educational tool. The presence of spells in the implementation of education is an...

Metaphors of Men in Arok Dedes Novel by Pramoedya Ananta Toer: A cognitive semantic study

Raden Ayunidhanti Salsabila Wahyudi, Nuny Sulistiany Idris, Undang Sudana
The study aims to examines the equality of men and women and the differences in perceptions of men’s metaphor that contained in the Arok Dedes novel. A total of 132 data were used to describe the lingual form of the men’s metaphor, the metaphorical meaning of men’s metaphor and the image schema of men’s...

The Quality and Values of Character Education in Sundanese Language Text Book of the 2013 Elementary School Curriculum

Dingding Haerudin, Agus Suherman, Haris Santosa Nugraha
The purpose of this study was to evaluate Sundanese textbooks used for learning Sundanese language at elementary school. The problems of this study are: 1) the quality of Sundanese textbooks; 2) values of character education contained in Sundanese textbook; 3) Sundanese textbooks relevance with the 2013...

Code Mixing in E-commerce on Instagram

Tri Indri Hardini, Temmy Widyastuti, Yatun Romdonah Awaliah
The practice of code mixing in Instagram online shop advertisements is common in Indonesia, however, not much research has been conducted with regards to the government’s regulation on the use of language on social media. This study aims to investigate the use of code mixing in e-commerce on Instagram....

Sundanese Culture-based Ecoliteracy

Hernawan Hernawan, Ruhaliah Ruhaliah, Agus Suherman, Haris Santosa Nugraha
An understanding of ecology or the environment has been implanted since centuries ago in the traditions of the Sundanese community, among others, traditional expressions that were recorded in the tradition of ancient text writing. This finding show that Sundanese ancestors have a high concern with environmental...

Revitalizing the Values of Local Wisdoms Contained in Sumbawanese Folklores as Bilingual Learning Sources for Character Education

Untung Waluyo, Henny Soepriyanti, Sudirman Wilian, Rizki Kurniawan
This study aims to explore, reconstruct and produce bilingual reading texts stemming from the folklores that contain the local wisdoms of the people of Sumbawa District, West Nusa Tenggara. The design used for this study is research and development which is oriented to the production of supplemental...

Construction of Women’s Roles in Patriarchal Culture (Feminist study towards modern Indonesian novels)

Yasnur Asri, Yenni Hayati
Until this time, most women’s roles have been constructed by the community and subsequently socialized through literary works. In a patriarchal society, the roles of women are constructed only according to the patriarchal point of view. This study described how the roles of women were constructed in...

No More Hoax (Model of media literacy education for maintaining ‘unity in diversity’ in Indonesia)

Titien Diah Soelistyarini, Retno Wulandari Setyaningsih, Nurul Fitri Hapsari
This study was aimed at introducing a model of media literacy education to identify and respond to hoaxes to avoid potential conflicts threatening the unity in diversity in Indonesia. The data were derived from middle and high school teachers at eLKISI Islamic Boarding School who have access to digital...

Children and Nature in a Picture Book “Our Big Home”: An earth poem–ecocriticism

Andi Febriana Tamrin
All the living creatures and nature cannot be separated, especially humans as one of the living creatures. Humans depend on the environment as the source of their lives. The purposes of this research are: (i) to reveal the medium of what binds the children and nature, (ii) to portray the bonds between...

Elementary Education Literacy in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0

Rahman Rahman, Asri Wibawa Sakti, Rani Nurcita Widya, Rasi Yugafiati
Industrial revolution 4.0 is currently a prevalent term. The revolution is initiated by the advancement of technology in many aspects of life. Education is a medium to facilitate the advancement of skills and build strong mental. Suwardana believes that education is the easiest way to shape humans’ appropriate...

Learning Strategies of Literacy Dimensions through the Didactics of HB. Jassin’s Short Stories

Halimah Halimah, Sumiyadi Sumiyadi, Yeti Mulyati
This research intends to portray a variety of literacy dimension learning strategies through the analysis of didactics of HB. Jassin’s short stories. The stories pointed out their specific didactics. As one of the literary learning materials, the didactics of the stories infer high relevance towards...

The Concept of Mother in Songs: A comparative study

Ruhaliah Ruhaliah, Iskandarwassid Iskandarwassid
The study of the lyrics of this song is motivated by the many songs with the theme of mothers, in various languages. However, it appears that no research has been conducted on the phenomenon. This research was conducted with the aim of describing the speech style of the songs, describing their contents,...

Mind Mapping Method Based on Information Scheme: Alternative for students with reading comprehension difficulties

Rizki Akbar Mustopa, Vismaia Sabariah Damayanti
This research offers an alternative reading comprehension learning model to overcome students' difficulties in understanding the text content by implementing mind mapping method based on information scheme. This research uses an experiment single subject method with reversal design (A-B-A-B) which provides...

Comparison of Indonesian and Korean Swear Words Reference: A case study of humorous discourses of webtoon and meme

Zakiah Nur Fatimah Az’Zahrah, Nunung Sitaresmi, Lilis Siti Sulistyaningsih
Swear words can be referred as a means of expressing feelings. Therefore, the use of swear words is a linguistic phenomenon existing in Indonesian and Korean. Cultural and linguistic background of speakers, however, creates distinctive features of the words. Through the respective features, social characteristics...

The Representation of Ideology in News "Religious Issues" at Mediaindonesia.com and Republika.co.id

Yunita Ayuningsih, Dadang Anshori, Jatmika Nurhadi
This research was motivated by the reporting of religious issues involving Viktor Laiskodat. The news of the pros and cons of the speech delivered by Viktor about the caliphate state, was feared to trigger a bigger conflict because it was related to the very principle, namely religious issues. The method...

Enhancing Exposition Texts Writing Skill Using YouTube Media for Indonesian Learners in Russia

Mochamad Whilky Rizkyanfi, Felicia Nuradi Utorodewo, Syihabuddin Syihabuddin, Vismaia Sabariah Damaianti
This research aims to develop writing skills using YouTube media. YouTube is one of the right sources in finding data and information related to writing, especially writing exposition essays. The subject of this study is a third-year student majoring in Indonesian at the Moscow State University, Russia...

Advantages and Constraints in the Implementation of Computer-based Summative English Tests (CBEST) in Indonesian Vocational High Schools

Isry Laila Syathroh, Bachrudin Musthafa, Pupung Purnawarman
This past ten years, some educational institutions in Indonesia have started to conduct language assessment through computers. In 2017, this computer-based test has been implemented in 9,829 vocational schools in Indonesia. While in 2015 and 2016 there were only 379 and 2,100 vocational schools have...

Developing Students Level of Autonomy through Extensive Reading Activity in EFL Context

Sulistia Ningsih
Learner autonomy places important role in language learning because it promotes independent role to increase the learning progress as well as learning achievement. Reading on the other hand becomes one of the important sectors of language capability; thus, the purpose of this study was to analyze the...

Ecopedagogical Values in Traditional Idiomatic Expressions

Yayat Sudaryat, Ruswendi Permana, Jatmika Nurhadi
The facts show that Indonesian culture keeps a lot of local wisdom values. One of the cultural forms of the culture owned by local Sundanese people is the traditional expression. In Sundanese language, traditional expression implied ecopedagogical values. This research will comprehensively expose the...

Living a Shared Soul Mate (Perceiving love and sense of belonging in a polygamous household based on “Antara Ibuku dan Ibuku” by Desni Intan Suri)

Chairina Nasir, Bukhari Daud, Maya Maulina
Polygamy is a sensitive issue for women around the globe; Indonesian women are no exception. The issue of polygamy has influenced the Indonesian literature including fiction. Antara Ibuku dan Ibuku novel by Desni Intan Suri is one of Indonesian fictions stressing on polygamy. This study aims to describe...

White Supremacy Symbolization and Representation in The Great Wall and Doctor Strange Movies

Ra’idah Azyyati Fauziyah, Joesana Tjahjani
This article studies two movies, The Great Wall (2016) and Doctor Strange (2016), which indicate that the idea of white supremacy is still perpetuated by Hollywood through white savior complex and whitewashing depictions. The films are studied as texts using cinema studies approach that looks at both...