ETJaR: English Teaching Journal and Research http://jurnal.iaih.ac.id/index.php/ETJaR <p>English Teaching Journal and Research <strong>(ETJaR)</strong>, is a scientific journal that focuses on teaching English covering English Education, English Literature, and English Linguistics.</p> Muhammad Yasminto en-US ETJaR: English Teaching Journal and Research 2808-3318 <p><span lang="en">Please read </span><a href="http://jurnal.staih.ac.id/index.php/inovatif/EditorialPolicies#CopyrightNotice">Copyright Notice</a> for ETJaR: English Teaching Journal and Research (Journal for English Education, Linguistics, and Literature)</p> An Analysis of Culture Shock Faced by Dre Parker on Karate Kids 2010 Movie http://jurnal.iaih.ac.id/index.php/ETJaR/article/view/220 <p><em>Staying in the new environment makes the person feel pain if he/she does not know the culture of it. It is called culture shock. Culture shock is the feeling of disorientation experienced by someone who is suddenly subjected to an unfamiliar culture, way of life, or set of attitudes.</em><em> It can happen when someone who stays in another place has different culture. Culture shock is negative thing because it can make the one who gets it feel confused, stressed, or depressed. The research analyzed the movie, which had culture shock situation as the story. The title of the movie was Karate Kids. Karate Kids movie told about the 12 years old boy, Dre Parker, who moved from Detriot U.S to Beijing China. He felt stressed because his new place was very different with his home before. The research is useful for the students who want to stay or move to new place with different culture for long time. The purposes of the research were </em><em>to know what culture shock is faced by Dre Parker in Karate Kids Movie, to know how Dre Parker solved the problem, to give the beneficial information for the students who read this research. The method used by the researcher was qualitative research with observation and documentation as the </em><em>instruments</em><em>. The results of the research were based on Winkelman’s theory. There were four stages in culture shock. Those were</em><em> the honeymoon or tourist phase, the crises phase, the adjustment and reorientation phase, and the adaptation; resolution; or acculturation stage.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em><strong><em>Keywords</em></strong><em>: Culture, Culture Shock, Movie </em></p> Fatqu Rofiqoh Dewi, M.Pd Copyright (c) 2021 Fatqu Rofiqoh Dewi, M.Pd https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2021-06-19 2021-06-19 1 1 1 17 A Descriptive Study of Students’ Perceptions toward the Focus of Learning English for Specific Purposes: EAP in English Educational Field http://jurnal.iaih.ac.id/index.php/ETJaR/article/view/221 <p><em>The article aims to describe the students’ perceptions toward the focus of learning English for specific purposes: EAP in the English Educational Field after the students had learned English for specific purposes course. A quantitative approach was used to </em><em>process the questionnaire data analyzed statistically, and</em> <em>a qualitative approach with a descriptive study was </em><em>conducted </em><em>to answer the problem of this study.</em><em> The researcher used </em><em>a a closed questionnaire and document of observation to the 6th-semester students of Islamic Institute of Hasanuddin, Pare Kediri in the academic year 2020/2021. T</em><em>he result of this study from a closed questionnaire indicates that students' perceptions toward the focus of learning ESP: EAP in the English Educational Field refers to a very strong group with 88,8% based on the score interpretation criteria. It was also proved from 34 respondents answering 15 points related to data sources that the average percentage in the strongly agreed was 56 %, agreed was 35%, doubtful was 6%, disagreed was 3%, and strongly disagreed was 0%. Therefore,</em><em> it can be concluded that</em> <em>although the students had different perceptions, they were able to focus more on learning English for specific purposes or academic-related English or based on their field or needs. The result of observation obtained from the field as data sources was the involvement of the students’ needs towards the particular use of vocabularies and the use of tactics to accomplish the target of learning English for specific purposes/ English for academic purposes through presentation and negotiation.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em><strong><em>Keywords: </em></strong><strong><em>Students’ perceptions, English for specific purposes, English for academic purposes</em></strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> Muhammad Yasminto, M.Pd Copyright (c) 2021 Muhammad Yasminto, M.Pd https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2021-06-19 2021-06-19 1 1 18 40 The Effectiveness of Using Jigsaw in Teaching Reading Comprehension across different Personality http://jurnal.iaih.ac.id/index.php/ETJaR/article/view/223 <p><em>The purposes of the study were to test assumption underlying the effect of the jigsaw in teaching reading, the sign in the achievement of an extrovert student and extrovert student, and the interaction between jigsaw and personality. Before the researcher give the treatment in experiment class the researcher give questionnaire about personality into class, the questionnaire from EPI. The place of the research at MA Sabilul Muttaqin with the students 47 of eleventh grade that consist of 25 student in experimental they are 17 extrovert students and 8 introvert student and 22 in control they are 14 extrovert students and 8 introvert student. The researcher used experimental factorial design is a procedure of testing a hypothesis by setting up a situation in which strength of the relationship between variable can be tasted. And the research used Two Way ANOVA to calculate the data. From the result is jigsaw technique more effective than conventional technique, and there are differences on significant between extrovert and extrovert. An interaction between jigsaw and personality.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> <p><strong><em>Keyword: Effectiveness, Jigsaw, Descriptive text, Personality</em></strong></p> Muhammad Adib Efendi, M.Pd Copyright (c) 2021 Muhammad Adib Efendi, M.Pd https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2021-06-19 2021-06-19 1 1 41 50 An Analysis of Speech Act Used by Coronavirus Advertisement in Indonesian Ministry of Health http://jurnal.iaih.ac.id/index.php/ETJaR/article/view/224 <p><em>Language as a means of communication. Human beings always use it in interaction. They are many functions of language. With language, they can talk about culture, economic, education, politics, social, or anything that happens in their life. Therefore, it plays important role in social life. In daily written or spoken form of language which we use in communication, it consists of performing speech acts. According to Austin (1993), all expressions of language must be viewed as acts. He distinguished in three types, there are locution, illocution, and perlocution. The problem of this study is Whar are the classification of illusionary act used by advertisement of coronavirus in the Indonesian Ministry of health? The purposes of this study are to describe the classification of illocutionary acts used by advertisement of coronavirus in the Indonesian Ministry of health. In this research, the researcher uses descriptive qualitative based on its purpose and the type of the data. the result of this research is found two data of illocution between five kinds of illocution that She took from Searly’s theory. Those data were found are directives (commanding action, ordering action, and advising action) and assertive (informing things action), while the commisives, declarative and expressive were not found in those advertisements about corona</em><em>virus.</em></p> <p><strong><em>Keywords : Language, Speech Act, and advertisement</em></strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Novi Rina Dewi, M.Pd Copyright (c) 2021 Novi Rina Dewi, M.Pd https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2021-06-19 2021-06-19 1 1 51 63 Improving Students’ Speaking Skill Through Questioning Paper at Kampung Inggris Pare http://jurnal.iaih.ac.id/index.php/ETJaR/article/view/232 <p><em>Speaking&nbsp; plays&nbsp; an&nbsp; important&nbsp; role&nbsp; in language&nbsp; learning,&nbsp; so&nbsp; the students should master&nbsp; the&nbsp; speaking&nbsp; skill&nbsp; in order&nbsp; to answer&nbsp; the questions appropriately and efficiently. In this case teachers have to help students change their inefficient speaking habits (speaking word by word, focusing too much attention on form, and relying heavily on dictionary), by teaching them efficient speaking skills. A guided speaking&nbsp; is an effective way to do&nbsp; this;&nbsp; in&nbsp; this way&nbsp; the&nbsp; students can&nbsp; learn&nbsp; how&nbsp; to&nbsp; speak&nbsp; in different purposes and situation. </em><em>Questioning paper is written question on paper that has purpose for self-practice everywhere. It is an alternative way to improve their speaking skill. </em><em>Questioning paper technique is the activities of students to guess and make conversation by using some questions provided. It can help and stimulate the students to make conversation. The researcher uses Classroom Action Research (CAR) as the approach of the research. Classroom Action Research (CAR) is systematic inquiry with the goal of informing practice in a particular situation. CAR is a way for instructors to discover what works best in their own classroom situation, thus allowing informed decisions about teaching. This classroom action research (CAR) was conducted in two cycles in which each cycle covered four stages of activities. They were as follows: (1) the planning of the action (2) implementing (3) class observing (4) reflecting on the action. In this research, the researcher finds the significant improvements in the first and second cycles. Furthermore, the researcher administered post test to measure the improvement of speaking skill by using questioning paper. The researcher has found the significant results that is 95 % of students earning above. </em></p> <p><strong><em>Keywords: Speaking skill, Questioning paper</em></strong></p> Kadnawi, M.Pd Copyright (c) 2021 Kadnawi, M.Pd https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2021-06-19 2021-06-19 1 1 64 85 The Correlation between Ways of Learning toward English Achievement at the First Year Students of SMPN 1 Banyakan http://jurnal.iaih.ac.id/index.php/ETJaR/article/view/233 <p><em>The aim of this research is to know whether there is any significant correlation between ways of learning toward English achievement at the first-year students of SMPN 1 BANYAKAN.</em> <em>The design used was a descriptive quantitative correlation research design. It was conducted in SMPN 1 BANYAKAN with the population was 252 of the first-year students of SMPN 1 BANYAKAN. While the sample of this research was 155 students. The instruments used in this research were questionnaire, test, and documentation. The data gotten was analyzed by SPSS version 20. to find descriptive and product moment. The results of the research were: the students’ ways of learning belong to “good” while the percentage is 45,3% and English achievement belongs to the “very low” category while the percentage is 32,4%. &nbsp;From the interpretation, data is “very low correlation” and negative with the score is -0.067 and not significant.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em><strong><em>Keywords:</em></strong><strong><em> Correlation, Ways of learning, and English achievement</em></strong></p> Yanti Ramiasih, M.Pd Copyright (c) 2021 Yanti Ramiasih, M.Pd https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2021-06-19 2021-06-19 1 1 86 94