JournEEL (Journal of English Education and Literature) http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL <p><a title="Fokus and Scope " href="http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/focusandscope" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><span class="fontstyle0"><strong>JournEEL </strong>(Journal of English Education and Literature): A forum for scientific publications of research results in the fields of English Education and Literature. For researchers, teachers, and lecturers who have the similar fields of study, they can publish their articles in JournEEL. JournEEL already has online ISSN (2721-611X). JournEEL frequently publish the journal twice a year, on June and December</span></a></p> <p><a title="Fokus and Scope " href="http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/focusandscope" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><span class="fontstyle0">The focus and scope of JournEEL are:</span></a></p> <p><a title="Fokus and Scope " href="http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/focusandscope" target="_blank" rel="noopener">- English Teaching</a></p> <p><a title="Fokus and Scope " href="http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/focusandscope" target="_blank" rel="noopener">- English Literatures</a></p> <p><a title="Fokus and Scope " href="http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/focusandscope" target="_blank" rel="noopener">- English Language &amp; Linguistics</a></p> <p><a title="Fokus and Scope " href="http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/focusandscope" target="_blank" rel="noopener">-English Translation/interpretation</a></p> <p><a title="Fokus and Scope " href="http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/focusandscope" target="_blank" rel="noopener">-English Assessment</a></p> en-US sulistyaningsih3112@gmail.com (Sulistyaningsih) dh4nyy@gmail.com (Achmad Dhany Fachrudin) Fri, 03 Jun 2022 14:02:58 +0700 OJS 3.1.2.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Student’s Perception Of Using Virtual Tour As Learning Media For Elementary Students In Sukodono http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/303 <p><em>Since the COVID-19 pandemic spread in the world especially Indonesia,, people have to adapt with the new condition. When all of the activities must be done in online, including the learning process. There are so many schools and teacher that look for the most suitable media in learning pocess. From then on, researchers make a research, in a collaboration with PKM team, to help teacher and students get a suitable media in learning process. This research discusses about student’s perception on virtual tour as the learning media. The mix method is used in collect the data, by using some questionnaires and interviews, researchers process the data until get a conclusion. From the result data can be conclude that using virtual tour can help teacher serve a new media in teaching their students.</em></p> Premitha Evi Noviana Copyright (c) 2022 JournEEL (Journal of English Education and Literature) http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/303 Fri, 03 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Exploring Learners' Learning Styles Preferences: Finding Out the Best Way to Teach ESP http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/304 <p><em>One important key to successful English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is through managing the classrooms. Identifying learners’ learning style preferences can assist teachers in creating a learning environment that is appropriate for the learners. The aim of this study is to explore learners’ learning styles and their impacts&nbsp;on the teaching of ESP.&nbsp;This study involved 284 learners from three different departments, i.e., the tour and travel business department, the tourism department, and the tourism department. The data was collected by using Reid’s Perceptual Learning Styles Preferences Questionnaire (PLSQ). This questionnaire divided learning styles into 4 categories, i.e., auditory, kinaesthetic, visual, and tactile learning styles. It also divided the learning styles into two, i.e., group and individual. This study revealed that most learners were auditory and kinaesthetic learners. Only a few learners were visual and tactile learners. This study also reveals that most learners preferred to work in groups rather than work individually. Considering these findings, learners must participate in determining the activities and environment for teaching a learning process to avoid mismatching between learners’ learning styles and teaching-learning methods. This study offers six recommendations that can be used as a guideline when conducting ESP in the various learning styles preferences.</em></p> Saptin Dwi Setyo Hastuti Copyright (c) 2022 JournEEL (Journal of English Education and Literature) http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/304 Mon, 06 Jun 2022 10:27:16 +0700 Teachers’ Evaluation on Seventh Graders English Coursebooks: English in Mind 1 and When English Rings A Bell Revised Edition 2017 http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/305 <p>This study evaluated two English coursebooks. The research questions stated in this research deal with whether <em>English in Mind 1</em> and <em>When English Rings a Bell revised edition 2017</em> meet the standard of a good coursebook in terms of its content, content organization, topic, skills covered in it, vocabulary, grammar, teacher’s book, work book and CD-ROM. This study was conducted by analyzing the two coursebooks by using evaluation checklist of a good coursebook and the data were triangulated by distributing the coursebook evaluation chekclists to English teachers who use the Coursebooks. The result showed that <em>English in Mind 1</em> meets the standard of a good coursebooks . On the other hand, <em>When English Rings a Bell revised edition 2017</em> does not meet the standard of a good coursebook in terms of its content, grammar, skills and CD-ROM. It is suggested that <em>When English Rings a Bell revised edition 2017</em>, can provide materials that consist of target language culture. Moreover, the grammar presented can be more varied and the language skills should be covered adequately. In addition, the coursebook should be completed with teaching aids such as audio, video or CD-ROM.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;</p> Pristiwati Menangsih Sabat Copyright (c) 2022 JournEEL (Journal of English Education and Literature) http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/305 Mon, 06 Jun 2022 10:28:40 +0700 Types Of Speech Act Performed By Private In The Movie "Penguin Of Madagascar" http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/307 <p><em>This purpose of this research is to identify and elaborate the speech acts that are utilized in the animated movie Penguin of Madagascar to the understanding of language function, alongside to point out the manifestation of speech acts adoption either in the real life or fiction dialogues. This study employed qualitative approach in which the research object contained the dialogues in the movies. The data were collected from an observation which is done by watching Penguin of Madagascar and then were distinguished Private dialogues according to the speech act distinguishment. The research outcome refers to the result that there are myriads of speech acts functions in the movie which applied from the language functions. The acts of speech itself were classified into expressive, representative, directive, commissive, declaration. The implementation of acts of speech functions is done by utilizing the dialogues of Private inside Penguin of Madagascar as a tool to manifest the language function and manifestation to the speech acts itself.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> Nanang Chusnul Ma'arif Copyright (c) 2022 JournEEL (Journal of English Education and Literature) http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/307 Mon, 06 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Teaching English to Young Learners Through Pocket Bee Instructional Media http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/308 <p><em>Aiming at finding the detailed scheme of teaching English to young learners through Pocket Bee instructional media, this scientific article scrutinizes Pocket Bee’s basis concept, Pocket Bee’s way of implementing, and young learners’ responses toward Pocket Bee. This scientific article was used qualitative method with descriptive qualitative as the research design. The subjects of this scientific article were well-filtered through convenience sampling with its inclusive sampling on young learners’ range of age. Twenty young learners of Lembaga Pendidikan As Salim (Ponpes/TPQ/RA/PAUD) were contributed to the entire process of teaching English to young learners through Pocket Bee instructional media. The researcher of this scientific article concludes that Pocket Bee is a TEYL instructional media in a form of interactive and child familiar design (i.e. bee form) that is created by the researcher in a purpose of providing young learners an instructional media that is able to maximize the possibility of enhancing young learners’ English proficiency. The implementation can be formed into five main steps on its main activity, namely (1) giving prior knowledge, (2) letting all students roll the dice, (3) picking picture card from the pocket bee, (4) testing students’ understanding, and (5) instructing all students to draw and to write down the picture card. The students' response agrees that Pocket Bee instructional media is capable to provide young learners a fun and happiness during the learning process because the scale of positive respondents reach out 100%. Those responses were validated by legal representative of Lembaga Pendidikan As Salim (Ponpes/TPQ/RA/PAUD)</em><em>.</em></p> Naufal Fachrur Rozi Copyright (c) 2022 JournEEL (Journal of English Education and Literature) http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/308 Mon, 06 Jun 2022 10:32:09 +0700 A THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MAKE A MATCH TECHNIQUE IN STREET CHILDREN FOUNDATION (SCF) SIDOARJO USING FLANNEL EXPRESSION FOR INSTRUCTIONAL http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/309 <p>The objectives of this research was to find the result of implementation of make a match technique. The main purpose was to find out if students taught using the Make a Match technique would improve for vocabulary. The material given to the students was vocabulary in the context of a expression. Express your feeing was used for instructional media which is used to source of data. The subjects for the study was <em>4-6 grades in elementary school in SCF</em>, Sidoarjo which had 20 students. The researcher used descriptive qualitative. The data for this research was collected from data of test for Each group. As a follow up from this research, it is suggested that English teachers should try using the Make a Match technique for teaching reading as an alternative to be applied in teaching reading in English.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Key words: <em>Teaching Vocabulary, Express your feeling, Make a Match Technique.</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Agustin Wahyu Fatmawati Copyright (c) 2022 JournEEL (Journal of English Education and Literature) http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/309 Mon, 06 Jun 2022 10:33:32 +0700 A COMPLEX DYNAMIC EMOTIONS AND WILLINGNESS TO COMMUNICATE IN THE TASK-BASED CLASSROOM INSTRUCTIONS http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/310 <p>This study aimed to investigate the complex dynamic emotions underlying learners’ Willingness to Communicate (WtC) in the classroom interaction. Utilizing Dornyei’s (2014) Retrodictive Qualitative Modeling (RQM), we embarked with some steps: identifying learners’ archetypes, highlighting the dynamic patterns of emotions interacting to other components, and setting up signature dynamics. Eighteen participants studying English participated in two task-based instructions. Of eighteen learners of English department, we took five participants relying on their salient archetypes. We utilized <em>K-means cluster analysis </em>to group the learners’ archetypes that was computed by SPSS 20<em>.</em> Additionally, in-depth interview was carried out on the elected participants to get a thick description of the emotional states and other components underpinning L2 WtC. The results reveal twofold: (1) the participants’ dynamic patterns of emotions interacting with the classroom environment explicate the variability and fluctuation of learners’ WtC, (2) the variety of signature dynamics provided fine-grained components underlying learners’ WtC. Furthermore, the implication for further study and pedagogy is elucidated later.</p> <p>Key words: complex dynamic systems, emotions, Willingness to Communicate, Retrodictive Qualitative Modeling&nbsp;</p> Eka Fadilah Copyright (c) 2022 JournEEL (Journal of English Education and Literature) http://ejournal.stkippgri-sidoarjo.ac.id/index.php/JournEEL/article/view/310 Mon, 06 Jun 2022 10:34:46 +0700