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Teacher Talk in Encouraging Students’ Participation in the EFL Classroom

Yanty Wirza, Ummu Imro’atus Sholihah
This research paper presents the investigation on the most teacher talk used in an EFL classroom, how it encourages students’ participation and the students’ perceptions of the teacher talk and their performance. In this research, the writer employed a descriptive qualitative design. The data were gathered...

Development of Sundanese Pupujian Interactive Multimedia-Based Learning Materials

Opah Ropiah, Ipan Ripai
This study aims to develop Sundanese Pupujian Learning Materials based on interactive multimedia. Interactive multimedia in this research refer to learning media by using Adobe Flash which contains texts, graphics, sounds, and videos. Meanwhile, Sundanese pupujian in this research refers to oral-literary...

The Phenomenon of Using Potential Form in Indonesian as Foreign Language Learners Utterance

Ida Widia, Rosita Rahma, Mar’atushshalihah
The amusing aspect of learning Indonesian as a foreign language is by adopting potential forms that adult learners realize it or not. This potential form is generally influenced by the analogy that foreign language learners formulated within the Indonesian language. The most frequently found potential...

Implementation of Reggio Emilia Approach in the Mastery of Indonesian Language Vocabulary in Early Childhood in an Islamic School in Bandung

Dian Sudaryuni Kurnia, Yeti Mulyati, Andoyo Sastromiharjo, Vismaia S. Damayanti
This study aims to improve the acquisition of Indonesian vocabulary in early childhood in an Islamic school, in Bandung. The focus of his research is on the implementation of the Reggio Emilia Approach (REA) to improve the mastery of Indonesian vocabulary in early childhood 5-6 years. This study used...

Compounding Signs in Kata Kolok: A Morphological Point of View

Dian Rahmani Putri
This study aims to identify and describe the compounding in Kata Kolok, a sign language used in Bengkala Village, Buleleng, Bali. This descriptive qualitative study used a generative morphological approach as defined by Aronoff (1976) with his colleagues. Aronoff (2005) developed the theory applied to...

Moving from the Logic of the Page to the Logic of the Screen: A Review Research on Multimodal Pedagogy in EFL Classroom Contexts

Siti Kustini, Didi Suherdi, Bachrudin Musthafa
Due to the global proliferation of information technologies and communication channels, today’s students are increasingly engaged with multimodal, multimedia along with printed-based literacy practices and are significantly exposed to new information and mass communication on daily basis. As a result,...

The Semantic Field of Triste Adjectives in French

Alyza Kemala Ramadhani, Myrna Laksman-Huntley
Adjectives describe quantity, adequacy, sequence, order, quality, and word emphasis. Thus, the selection of the proper adjective must begin by finding the criteria which accord with the semantic aspects. In French, adjectives with triste ‘sad’ as the superordinate also have various hyponyms such as affligeant...

Character Education in Malin Kundang and Shim Cheong, a Filial Child: A comparative literary study

Afina Naufalia
A folklore is one type of oral tradition that has developed in many countries like Indonesia. Aside from being entertainment, folklore is also considered a cultural identity. Of a crucial thing in folklore is moral values that can be applied in daily life, as part of character education. Character education...

The Denotational Power of Speech in Ma’marakka Ritual

Sisilia Mangopo
This study aims to analyze the denotational power of the utterance in the ritual and secondly and to observe the features of the ritual. Using a qualitative method, the research took place in Sangalla’ District, Tana Toraja. The data were collected using participant observation in the place where the...

Analysis of Code-Switching in Japanese Language Classroom

Dian Dwi Novianty, Nuria Haristiani
This study aims to describe the forms of code-switching and the causes of their occurrence in Japanese language classrooms. The object of this study includes nine Japanese language learners with level 4 Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT N4) in a language training institution in Bandung. The data...

Morality Aspect in the Short Stories of Seno Gumira Ajidarma

Yulianeta, Halimah, Sri Ulina Br Sembiring
This study attempts to reveal morality in the short stories of Seno Gumira Ajidarma. Morality in these short stories can be used as a source of knowledge, feelings and moral actions to become a morally ideal character. Data were collected from the book “Senja dan Cinta yang Berdarah: Antologi Cerita...

Lexicogrammatical Features of ELF Speakers in an Asian Students Association Small Talk in Indonesia

Ernie D. A. Imperiani, Hera Amalia Mandasari
This study examines the nature of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) interaction among English users whose mother tongues are different. Specifically, this study aims to investigate the lexicogrammatical features evident in a small talk among Asian students. The data are elicited in a mixture of authentic...

Stereotype, Ambivalence, and Mimicry in Uwe Timm’s Morenga (1978)

Dudy Syafruddin
Cultural encounters between the West and the Rest during colonialism are often based on unequal relations. Many of these encounters are revealed in literary works, one of which is Morenga by Uwe Timm (1978). The novel, which revolved around the German colonial period in Deutsch-Südwest Afrika, became...

Personal Selling Presentation Method for Critical and Creative Thinking Skill in Teaching and Learning

Indah Pujiastuti, Dian Lestari
Personal Selling Presentation (PSP) is a teaching method that consists of the main components including team, seller and buyer, supply and demand, brochures, and peer assessment. This method was applied to the “Telaah Kurikulum dan Buku Teks” courses. This research aims to describe how to build critical...

Sociocultural Intervention Strategy for Primary Literacy Teaching

Riswanda Setiadi
Currently Indonesia ranks low in literacy culture, especially reading and writing. This means that the education system in Indonesia has not been able to create a culture of literacy among learners. In addition, communities and families have not become a model for their children in conducting various...

An Analysis of Language Shifting: The Use of Danseigo by Women in the Workplace

Muhammad Peri Syaprizal, Qistike Handay Pugar, Nuria Haristiani
There are several varieties of languages found in Japanese. These include danseigo (man language) and joseigo (woman language). Both of these languages are still used by Japanese people nowadays, but there is a shift in its use. One type of shift in these languages is that danseigo recently also used...

‘Birds of a Feather Flock Together’: The Comparison Between Two Folklores Bawang Merah Bawang Putih and Putri Arabella

Asmawati, Yenni Hayati, Indah Galang Dana Pertiwi, Muhammad Adek
Folklore found in Indonesia has a moral value that is beneficial for its readers or listeners. The folklores occasionally have similarities with folklores from other regions both in terms of the intrinsic and extrinsic elements of the works. For example, folklores Bawang Merah Bawang Putih from Indonesia...

Investigating Corrective Feedback in Speaking Practice: Students’ Preferences

Siffa Annisa Fitri Ramadhani
Corrective feedback (CF) has been seen as an essential facet in promoting students’ second language learning, including in speaking practice. CF in speaking practice might cause a distraction if it is not provided solicitously according to how students prefer to accept. This study aims at investigating...

Reading to Learn Strategy in Teaching and Learning Writing for the Students of Sundanese Language Education Department

Temmy Widyastuti, Yatun Romdonah Awaliah, Tri Indri Hardini
The success of Reading to Learn (R2L) in improving literacy skills in several countries in the world encourages teachers in Indonesia to implement it. In accordance with the national literacy movement program developed by the government, this strategy will greatly assist the ability to read and to write...

Exploring Learning Experience in Shaping Teachers’ Beliefs in the Light of EIL in ELT Context

Khairunnisa
English as an international language (EIL) calls for a paradigm shift from teaching Standard English to teaching EIL that recognizes English varieties and promoting source culture as a suitable basis for EFL learners rather than rely on Standard English norms. Many studies have portrayed teachers’ beliefs...

The Use of the Indonesian Word ‘Akan’ in Literary Work Across Three Centuries

Shara Monarizka
According to Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia (The Indonesian Dictionary), the word akan may act as either an adverb that indicates things or actions taking place in the future or a preposition that relates verbs with any class of words. Commonly, the word akan in Indonesian language is directly translated...

Affix Ma-, La-, Na- in The Dengka Dialect

Efron Erwin Yohanis Loe
The research aims to examine the function and grammatical meaning of affix ma-, la-, na- found in the Dengka dialect. The study used a descriptive qualitative method and utilized the morphological theory by Katamba (1993). This theory was used to identify derivational affixes in the Dengka dialect, particularly...

Critical Listening in the Social Organization Community

Baharman, Andoyo Sastromiharjo, Vismaia S. Damaianti, Yeti Mulyati
This study aims to describe the profile of critical listening skills in the social organization community in the city of Makassar. This research method leads to the development by the type of Design-Based Research (DBR) adapted from Reeves at the stage of practical problem analysis by researchers and...

The Speech Acts in News Translation: Pragmatics Analysis in Pikiran Rakyat Newspaper

Imam Jahrudin Priyanto
Translation in the media has many dimensions, both ideologically and pragmatically. This study focuses on pragmatic studies of texts containing direct and indirect utterances of translated news items in the Pikiran Rakyat. This study followed the speech acts theory from Austin and Searle and Newmark’s...

The Function of Water in Sundanese Tales

Nesa Wara Puspita, Ruhaliah, Ruswendi Permana
This research aimed to describe the comparison of the function of water within Sundanese tales and the hypnogram of Sundanese tales which mentions water elements. The method used in this research was an analysis descriptive method with the structural and intertextual approach. This study was literature-based...

Violence, Science, and World Hegemony in Semilyar Ikan Memakan Anjing-anjing by Absurditas Malka

Siti Masitoh, Athifah Chairunnisah, Faizul Munir
Within the revolutionary strategy for power domination, ideology has become a convention that unites subordinate class society in achieving hegemonic leadership. The said issue is also found in literary works which becomes the media for the author to deliver the ideology he wants to convey, as contained...

Effect and Students’ Perception of the ESA (Engage, Study, Activate) Teaching Method Implementation in French Writing Class

Dinda Novia Arifani, Riswanda Setiadi, Dante Darmawangsa
Writing descriptive texts in a foreign language is still considered difficult due to the lack of learner’s motivation, lack of vocabulary mastery, and the lack of using proper grammar. Therefore, a method is needed to overcome these difficulties. The ESA (Engage, Study, and Activate) method is believed...

Culture Literacy in Non-Formal School: Community Learning Center of Pontian Fico, Sabah Malaysia

Aswan
In general, literacy is always associated with the world of education, and it is very closely related to the practice of social relations that include knowledge, language, and culture. Gerakan Literasi Sekolah (School Literacy Movement) is a solution offered by the government to answer the problems of...

Speech Act of a Person with Mental Disorders: A Clinical Pragmatic Analysis

Husni Thamrin
This research was to determine the speech acts of speaking dialogue in person with a mental disorder (schizophrenia) in terms of clinical pragmatic perspectives. This study is conducted qualitatively with identification and classification in the form of speech acts of the person with pragmatic disorders....

The Effect of Reputation and Academic Service Quality Toward Student Satisfaction

Sudiharto, Rosita Anggraini, Irwansyah
This study aims to determine and explain the effect of reputation and academic service quality on student satisfaction, at the Interstudi Design College (STDI) in Jakarta. This type of research is explanatory research with a quantitative approach. For reputation with Charles J. Fomburn corporate reputation...

Sidoarjo Film Festival 2019 as an Effort to Generate the Indonesian Film Industry

Siska Armawati Sufa, Rusli Kustaman, Henri Subiakto, Ipit Zulfan, Teguh Dwi Putranto
At present, various national film titles have begun to dominate in all regions of Indonesia. Beginning around 2018, the number of film viewers in the country reached 50 million people, an extraordinary achievement, with only 42 million in the previous year. Increasing the number of film viewers in Indonesia...

Bible Learning with Board Game for Children

Budi Susanto, Wahju Satria Wibowo, Centaury Harjani, Koniherawati
Bible literacy, specifically biblical stories, has been widely told and taught to children both at school and at church through Sunday school from an early age. However, there is no guarantee that these children will have an interest in biblical stories, especially when they reach adolescence. There...

CSR Communication Model in Facing Industry Revolution 4.0

Susi Andrini, Poppy Ruliana, Suhendra Atmaja, Irwansyah, Riyanto, Renty Yuniarti
The CSR-Indonesian Awards event held by MePRindo is faced with the problem of how CSR communication models deal with the industrial revolution 4.0. The purpose of this research is to find out and find CSR communication models in facing the 4.0 industrial revolution. The method used is descriptive with...

Analysis of the Communication Model of Atta Halilintar on YouTube

Supadiyanto, Pelagia Adinda We e Pande, Vespian Varianta, Tri Budiarti
Atta Halilintar successfully became a YouTuber with the highest subscribes in Indonesia. Total subscribers reached 19.4 million people and 1,743,742,459 viewers. On average there are 1.77 million views per day. Atta Halilintar has uploaded 617 videos. YouTuber is a profession that is loved by millennial...

Utilization of UI / UX Design as a Concrete Step in Products Marketing to Break the Middlemen / Wholesaler System at Klampar Batik SMEs (Case Study of CV Bintang Abadi Batik SMEs in Klampar Village)

Aryo Bayu Wibisono, Aphief Tri Artanto, Heru Subiyantoro, Miftakul Priyambodo
Batik SMEs Centre of Klampar is a region that produces written batik in Pamekasan Regency which has been passed down from generation to generation. The Pamekasan Regency Government supports the development of Pamekasan Batik through programs initiated by the Pamekasan Regency Government. However, Batik...

Instagram and Millennial Generation: #Explorebanyuwangi Analysis

Heidy Arviani, Ghassani Shabrina Prasetyo, Vicky Virgiawan Walgunadi
One of the unique things of the millennial generation, they allocate more income for travel rather than buying houses, branded goods (fashion), gadgets. The size of the income does not put the desire of millennials to travel any less. e-Promotion is promotional activities through the internet or especially...

Implementation Legislative Election Campaign Taufiqulhadi

Rika Permata Sri, Poppy Ruliana, Irwansyah
Thank you for the second time running for the legislative candidate for the Republic of Indonesia 2019-2023 period with a different electoral area, namely the Bogor Regency, because it is necessary to improve the political communication strategy. The purpose of this study is to explain the political...

The Use of Digital Channels as a Marketing Tool in Ceramic SMEs

Poppy Ruliana, Irwansyah, Susi Andrini, Kurnia
This study aims to clarify the digital channels used by ceramic SMEs in the Plered Ceramics Industry Center, Purwakarta Regency. The concepts used are digital media, social media, one-way communication channels and two-way communication channels, SMEs. The approach used in this research is quantitative...

Determinants of Fear of Demographic Changes and the Tendency to Spread Viral News Among Millennials

Muhammad Wahyuddin Abdullah, Alim Syariati
Tendency of spreading viral news had become quite a problem in itself, as the information mostly was not authorized, and could trigger the fear of structural changes in the society. This study aimed to investigate whether political preference, religiosity, and group chat involvements affected the tendency...

Relationship Between CSR Quality with Corporate Reputation PT Indonesia Power UP Semarang

Agus Naryoso
PT Indonesia Power UP Semarang has organized various activities as a social responsibility for the community. The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities of the company are already established so that it produces a positive impact on the people who receive it. PT Indonesia Power UP Semarang...

Improve Creative Industry Competitiveness Penta Helix and Human Capital in Digital Era

Gendut Sukarno, Resa Rasyidah, Kholifatus Saadah
As it predicted as one of the creative industry proponents, the culinary industry is growing rapidly in Indonesia. The culinary industry sub-sector grows because of cultural and lifestyle shifts, as well as technology development. It becomes one of the determining factors in the successfulness of the...

Communications Strategy PT. Taspen Branch Mataram for Implementation of Public Service

Yulanda Trisula Sidarta Yohanes
PT. Taspen is BUMN company engaged old age savings insurance for the state civil apparatus. Products owned by PT. Taspen not oly old age insurance, Taspen also introduce new product, namely Taspen Scholarship and Taspen Dwiguna Sejahtera. This study aims to assess the communication strategy practiced...

Representation of Optimism in the Contemporary Advertising: Gojek “Cerdikiawan”

Fikry Zahria Emeraldien, Candraditya S Natasya, Amalia Farahdiba, Cahya C.W Ramadhoni
Creativity of an advertisement in building public perception is something that ad producers often do to promote their products or services to attract many interested people. However, contemporary advertising production began to experience a shift. In the past, advertisements generally used the hard selling...

The Influence of Political Communication Toward Public Opinion About the Victory of the Regent and Vice of the Regent of Tulungagung

Erna Sugiarti, Poppy Ruliana, Irwansyah
The problem in this study is the development of the issue of the elected regent of Tulungagung, Syahri Mulyo, who was declared a corruption suspect by the Corruption Eradication Commission for accepting bribes related to road infrastructure development projects, and then came public opinion that was...

Luweng as a Traditional Cultural Heritage

Koniherawati
The culinary culture that is constantly developing in various countries and regions cannot be separated from the existence of a cooking culture that is unique. In Indonesian traditional cooking culture, there is a cooking tool called luweng. Luweng made from clay is a specifically of kitchenware that...

Participatory Communication of “Kampoeng Mataraman Jogja” Tourism Village

Ida Nuraini Dewi Kodrat Ningsih, Muhammad Rizki
The Village Government of Panggungharjo made a concept of village tourism together with BUMDes Panggung Lestari into the concept of an agrarian cultural education tour named Kampoeng Mataraman. In contrast to tourism village (desa wisata), village tourism (wisata desa) further highlights the unique potential...

The Effectiveness of Tropicana Slim Advertising on Television (Quantitative Descriptive Study of the Effectiveness of the Advertisement of Dion Wiyoko on Television in the Society of Surabaya)

Juwito
Tropicana Slim as a low-calorie sweetener, promotion of products through television media, because it is expected to attract the public to want to buy and consume the product. This study aims to determine and identify quantitatively how much advertising effectiveness Tropicana Slim version of Dion Wiyoko...

Beginner Voter Experience in Finding Information Through Mass Media and Social Media in the 2019 Presidential Election (Phenomenology Study of High School Students in Serang City, Banten)

Damayanti Masduki, Yuliani Widianingsih, Hermina Simanihuruk
The purpose of this study is to find out and understand the meaning of the 2019 presidential election for Beginner Voters, illustrate how Beginner Voter seek information through mass media and social media, and describe what messages are able to make Beginner Voters determine their choices in the last...

Creative Marketing Strategies of Sembung Batik

Ririn Puspita Tutiasri, Syafrida Nurrachmi Febriyanti, Ahmad Fahri Huzain, Abizard Sakti Nugroho
Batik is one of the cultures that is owned by the Indonesian. Batik describes a story in a piece of cloth, about certain events and symbols that are referred to as patterns. Each region has its batik style as a characteristic and differentiator from the other regions. Basically, batik has the same technique,...

‘I Become More Confident’: Mother Use of Online Platform for Parenting Information

Syifa Syarifah Alamiyah
There are an increasing trends that mothers today are turn to Internet to search information about parenting. While in the past, new parents would turn to their own mother or closest family to consult about issues related to how to raise children. Thus the research explores how parents in Indonesia use...