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BukuThe 62st TEFLIN International Conference: Teaching and Assessing L2 Learners in the 21st Century, Denpasar, 14-16th September 2015, Book 2
Author: [s.n]
Topik: English language teaching; English language; English language - Study and teaching; Linguistics
Bahasa: (EN )    ISBN: 978-602-294-066-1    
Penerbit: English Department Faculty of Letters and Culture in Collaboration with Post Graduate Study Program Udayana University     Tempat Terbit: Denpasar    Tahun Terbit: 2015    
Jenis: Proceeding
Fulltext: cover, foreword.pdf (14.73MB; 8 download)
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  1. Table of Content
  2. Cover and Foreword
  3. Masternya, halaman 1-905
  4. How Effective is Online Writing Measurement? A Case Study of Using Paperrater.Com to Measure Learner’s English Writing at Binus University Jakarta, halaman 1-6
  5. The Use of Classroom Assessment Techniques and Their Effect on Students’ Learning Motivation(A Case Study of Senior High School Students), halaman 7-16
  6. The Effectiveness of Oral Literature-Based Instruction on Students’ Speaking Ability, halaman 17-24
  7. EFL Teachers’ Practice of Authentic Reading Assessment (a Study at Vocational High School in Central Jakarta), halaman 25-33
  8. Real English – Real Learning, halaman 34-35
  9. Language Assessment for Children: The Usage of Games for Verbal Tests, halaman 38-51
  10. Learning by Reading Novels: to Develop Students Class 10-12 Ability in Mastering Vocabularies, halaman 52-57
  11. Using Gap-Filling Task in Assessingstudents’ Ability in Usingindefinite and Definite Adjectives/Pronouns, halaman 58-67
  12. The Indonesian “Men-” and “Ber-” Verbs and its Translation Into English, halaman 68-81
  13. The Use of Internet Resources to Improve The Quality of Indonesian-English Translation by Indonesian Students (a Case Study at Stiba Saraswati Denpasar), halaman 82-89
  14. Exploring ESP Students’ Speaking Skill by Video Field Trip, halaman 90-95
  15. Self Assesment in Speaking Class Trhough Watching Students’ Performance on Video, halaman 96-107
  16. Exploring Vocational Secondary School EFL Teachers’ Perception of Authentic Reading Assessment, halaman 108-117
  17. Plagiarism Prevention Software for Thesis Writing: its Advantages and The Students’ Attitudes, halaman 118-124
  18. The Portrait of Students’ Motivation Upon The Use of Authentic Materials in ESP, halaman 125-135
  19. Senior High School EFL Teachers’ Practice of Authentic Reading Assessment, halaman 136-145
  20. The Translation of English Cleft Sentences Into Indonesian(a Case Study of Students’ Assignments), halaman 146-155
  21. Modifying Peer Assessment With Internet Browsing in The Translation Class of English Department, halaman 156-162
  22. Developing a Handbook for EYL Course at The English Department, halaman 163-170
  23. Needs Analysis For Veterinary Medicine Students of Udayana University, halaman 171-177
  24. Exploring Senior High School EFL Teachers’ Perception of Authentic Reading Assessment, halaman 178-185
  25. One Step Closer by Having Formative Assessment, halaman 186-193
  26. Designing English Lesson Plan by Using Youtube, halaman 194-203
  27. Developing Pragmatic Competence Through The Teaching of Literary Work, halaman 204-210
  28. Advertisements as Authentic Multimodal Texts: Bridging 21st Century Skills and English Skills Teaching Practice Divide, halaman 211-222
  29. The Role of Play Towards Children’s Language Development in an Immersion Classroom, halaman 223-231
  30. The Correlation Between English Proficiency and Factors Influence Individual Differences in Learning English of The Sixth Semester Students of English and Literature Department of Alauddin State Islamic University of Makassar, halaman 232-239
  31. The Effect of Self-Editing and Peer-Assessment on Writing Performance to The Tenth Grade Students of Man Lab UIN-Jogjakarta, halaman 240-252
  32. Examining Model of English Foreign Language Proficiency Using Plspath: Inward Mode, halaman 253-259
  33. Peer Assessment as The Main Method for Assessing Students’ Writing: a Proto-Design Fordeveloping EFL Lesson Plans, halaman 260-258
  34. Creating Claim-Counterclaim Textual Pattern by Using Maps on Brainstormingargumentative Essay Ideas, halaman 268-276
  35. An Investigation of Effective Teaching Practices Based on The Dynamic Model of Educational Effectiveness; The Case of Six States Islamic Schools in DKI Jakarta, halaman 277-285
  36. Facebook Group Activities in The EFL Writing Class, halaman 286-294
  37. PPG SM-3T: an Attempt to Produce Future Professional Teachers, halaman 295-306
  38. The Effectiveness of Translation in Different Cefr Levels, halaman 307-312
  39. The Effectivenss of Chunk Drill as The Technique of Language Testing in Communicative Grammar, halaman 313-320
  40. [848-Target Language Exposure in EFL Teaching:From Theory to Reality, halaman 321-330
  41. Travelport: an Alternative to Make Speaking Class More Fun, halaman 331-337
  42. The Use of Cooperative Learning Technique in Teaching Reading Comprehension of The English Education Department Students of UNIMA, halaman 338-344
  43. Becoming EFL Teachers in Central Java: The Ambivalence Experienced by EFL Pre-Service Teachers, halaman 345-354
  44. Benefit and Challenge: Poster as an Evaluation in Linguistics Course, halaman 355-361
  45. Concord Errors Found in The Students’ Writing Assignments, halaman 362-368
  46. Legal English:Applying a Competency-Based Curriculum in an ESP Class, halaman 369-374
  47. Developing Authentic Assessment in ESP for Engineering Students, halaman 375-383
  48. Listening Strategies and Applications for University Students, halaman 384-392
  49. Using Local-Based Characters and Values in Literature Course (Poetry and Prose Fiction), halaman 393-397
  50. The Rhetorical Structure and Language Features of Abstracts in College Students’ Final Projects, halaman 398-404
  51. Students’ Perception Toward The Implementation of Blended Learning, halaman 405-411
  52. 21st Century Language and Communication Skills: Intercultural English Teaching, halaman 412-421
  53. Errors in Writing a Thesis Statement Made by Students of English Department Udayana University, halaman 422-429
  54. Bringing 21st Century Skills Into The Young English Learner’s Classroom, halaman 430-431
  55. The Implementation of ESP for Economics Students: Incongruency Between Theory and Practice, halaman 432-437
  56. English Writing Performance of Indonesian Business Students in Higher Education, halaman 438-447
  57. Washback Effect of National Examination on EFL Teaching, halaman 448-457
  58. The Efficacy of Peer Assessment in The Teaching of English Pronunciation, halaman 458-462
  59. Making Use of ICT To Assess The Students’ English Vocabulary, halaman 463-470
  60. Developing ESP Syllabus for Deaf and Hard-Ofhearing (D/HH) Students at Inclusive Higher Education, halaman 471-481
  61. Improving Students’ Critical Thinking in Understanding Reading Material Through Bloom’s Taxonomy Questioning Strategy in English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Class, halaman 482-486
  62. Students’ Perception Toward English Teachers’ Role on Classroom Interaction (a Mini-Research Held at SMAN 1 Paguyaman), halaman 487-494
  63. The Effectiveness of Rubric to Improve Students’ Confidence in Writing, halaman 495-500
  64. Developing Decision Making Skill Through Reflective Teaching in The Teaching Practicum, halaman 501-509
  65. Bodily Needs Analysis Questionnaire for Effective Librarian English Curriculum Design, halaman 510-516
  66. Instructive Function on ‘86’ Program Reality Show in Net TV to Youth Behaviour, halaman 517-528
  67. Using Listening Box to Maximize Learners’ Listening Comprehension, halaman 529-536
  68. Lesson Study: Building Competitive Learning Model (Case Study in a Poetry Class of 3rd Semester English Department Students UNNES Academic Year 2014/2015), halaman 537-543
  69. The Power of Pair-Work in EFL Writing, halaman 544-549
  70. Integrating Local Culture in Teaching English for SMK Students of Arts, halaman 550-554
  71. Short Writing: an Alternative to Improve Students’ Writing Skills, halaman 555-562
  72. Panorama: a Passage to Second Language Content-Area Reading, halaman 563-6710
  73. Gender Preferences in Using English Adjective Words in Descriptive Text, halaman 571-578
  74. Students’ Attitude Towards Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR), halaman 579-584
  75. Fun-Taste Tick English as a Way to Build Young Learners’ Confidence in English, halaman 585-592
  76. Genre-Based Approach to Teaching Writing in a Secondary EFL Context, halaman 593-600
  77. Do We Have to Leave K13?, halaman 601-604
  78. EFL Teachers’ Needs and The Role of Government’s Programs on Teachers’ Professional Development, halaman 605-610
  79. The Man Who Was Almost a Man in The Prose Classroom:Analyzing Short Story in Language Teaching, halaman 611-619
  80. The Development of a Character-Based English Syllabus for Kindergarten Students in Bengkulu City, halaman 620-626
  81. Teachers’ Views on Communicative Language Teaching: a Case Study of Twelve Indonesian Junior High Schools, halaman 627-635
  82. The Use of Interactive Multimedia in ELT to Enhance Students’ Autonomous Learning, halaman 636-643
  83. Predicting English Performance of Polytechnic Students by Using Toeic Score and Student Perception About Academic Motivation, halaman 644-654
  84. Expanding Students’ Language Awareness and Preserving Local Wisdom Through Folktales, halaman 655-662
  85. The Application of Direct Method in Teaching English to Improve Japanese Student’s Speaking Skill, halaman 663-669
  86. Systemic Analysis of Text Appraisal on Students’theses Writing, halaman 670-676
  87. Enhancing Students’ Critical Thinking in Comprehending Text Through CDA, halaman 677-685
  88. Fostering Learner Autonomy in Grammar Class, halaman 686-692
  89. Developing Aun-Qa-Based Learning Outcomes of English Language Teaching Study Programs, halaman 693-697
  90. Tour in EFL Speaking Class, halaman 698-705
  91. Developing Self- and Peer Assessment on Student’s Critical Thinking Reading and Writing, halaman 706-711
  92. Exploring The Summative and Formative Assessment Applied in English for Specific Purposes Classroom, halaman 712-719
  93. Logic Question in EFL Classroom Teaching, halaman 720-726
  94. Using Digital Camera in Project-Based Writing Instruction to Develop The Writing Ability of The Eighth Grade Students of SMP Negeri 17 Palembang, halaman 727-731
  95. Effectiveness of Itsdras In Developing Children’s Reading Habit, Sight Words, and Literacy, halaman 732-740
  96. Developing a Students’ Need-Based English Teaching (Reading) Material: an Initial Study at English Education Department of IAIN SMH Banten, halaman 741-747
  97. The Need Analysis of Maritime English Writing Material Through Genre Based Approach for Maritime Education and Training Students in Indonesia, halaman 748-757
  98. Putting English as a Local Content Subject in Primary Schools: Teachers’ Belief and its Impact on Their Teaching Delivery, halaman 758-767
  99. The Shifting Roles of EYL Teachers in The Digital Native Era: a Case Study on Teacher Prespectives at ‘TK Restu’, Malang Kindergarten, halaman 768-776
  100. Assessing Students’ Performance in The English Speech Contest, halaman 777-783
  101. Revisiting Strategic Competence: Implications for Assessing L2 Learners, halaman 784-790
  102. Language Learning Strategies Used by Engineering Students, halaman 791-796
  103. Speaking Skill Through Demonstrative Speech, halaman 797-806
  104. The Influence of Teachers’ Pedagogical and Professional Competences on Students’ English Achievemen at Twelfth Grade of Public SMA in Kupang East Nusa Tenggara, halaman 807-812
  105. Developing Strategies of Teaching Listening and Speaking Skills to Blind Young Learners in Nonformal Education, halaman 813-817
  106. A Study on Students’ Ability in Translating English Text (a Research Conducted at 4th Semester of English Department 2008/2009 Academic Years), halaman 818-828
  107. Chain Story Mobile and Chatterbox Game to Improve The Students’ Achievements in Sentence Building, halaman 829-837
  108. An Analysis of Speech Introduction: a Case Study of English Students at Bung Hatta University, halaman 838-846
  109. In English Learning and Teaching Interactionat The International Oriented Senior High School, halaman 847-854
  110. A Retrospective Evaluation on English Learning Materials to Facilitatestudents’ Learning, halaman 855-864
  111. Enhancing Students’ Vocabulary Through English Business Meeting Simulation in ESP Setting, halaman 865-872
  112. Teaching English for Young Learners Through Blended Learning Model, halaman 873-877
  113. The Strategy of English Teacher Professional Development, halaman 878-887
  114. Investigating STMT (Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Transportasi) Students’ Attitudes Towards Learning English for Transportation and Logistics, halaman 888-896
  115. Multimodal Pedagogy in Teflin Contexts, halaman 897-905

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