English Journal Literacy Utama https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama <p style="text-align: justify;">The scope of this journal includes topics such as classroom action research, applied linguistics, linguistics, pragmatics, critical discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, English culture, and literature. English Journal Literacy UTAMA (EJL-UTama) also uses the LOCKSS system to ensure journal records are stored safely. At this time, the English Journal Literacy UTama has been indexed on Google Scholar.</p> en-US literacyutama.englishjournal@widyatama.ac.id (Meiga Maudina Siti Anshari, S.LI) literacyutama.englishjournal@widyatama.ac.id (Dr. Ervina CM Simatupang) Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:22:50 +0700 OJS 3.3.0.7 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 SOCIAL ACTORS REPRESENTATION IN THE NEWS REPORTING INDONESIA PROTEST IN THE INTERNATIONAL MEDIA https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/150 <p>This study aims to reveal the mechanism of social actors representation constructed by The Jakarta Post, South China Morning Post, and The New York Times in reporting the protesters and the government. This study adopted Theo van Leeuwen's (2008) social actor framework which comprises exclusion and inclusion. Exclusion consists of backgrounding, while inclusion consists of activation, subjection, individualization, assimilation, functionalization, and nomination. A qualitative approach was applied in this study. The data were collected from six selected news articles published by The Jakarta Post, South China Morning Post, and The New York Times. The findings revealed that both protesters and government were represented through exclusion and inclusion strategy. In terms of exclusion, the findings revealed not only that the protesters were represented for involving in critical process of the protest and being the driving force of the movement, but also being violent during the protest. In the case of government representation, not only that the government were detached from a reported action, but also constructed for not opposing the protesters. In terms of inclusion, the findings indicated that the protesters were represented as being unfaltering, being active through field and online protest, as well as being violent and committing a potentially crime activity. In the case of the government, the actors were represented as being sluggish, aggressive, abusing power, but on another hand also being a crowd-dispersal agent and target of violence. In conclusion, the use of van Leeuwen?s social actor framework revealed that news portal excluded and included social actors to suit their objective </p> Zelin Prastika, Suprayogi Copyright (c) 2021 English Journal Literacy Utama https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/150 Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700 LANGUAGE CHOICE AT THE AIRPORT WITHIN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/151 <p>The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way humans act in public, and airports are no exception. The sets of signs related to health protocols placed within the area of the airports are one of the stakeholders’ efforts to limit people’s physical behavior. This study aims to describe the language choice used in formulating the signs that curb the protocol for preventing the transmission of the COVID-19 at the airports. The data collected consist of the visual documentation of verbal signs related to the virus prevention protocols at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali. Language variation found in all data are English and Indonesian languages. Within the scope of linguistic landscape, the data are analyzed by distinguishing between top-down and bottom-up signs, which, respectively, represent the airport authorities and the private parties. The results of this research show that, first, monolingual top-down signs are predominant with 10 signs, followed by seven bilingual top-down signs, two monolingual bottom-up signs, and one bilingual bottom-up signs. Second, in terms of language order and positioning, there are four signs with English positioned on top as the main language, and the same number of signs feature Indonesian as the main language. Third, the function of the signs is varied, with 14 signs are predominantly used for instruction, two signs for caution, one sign for direction, one sign for assertion, and two signs feature both instruction and assertion.</p> Muhammad Putra Wibowo, Lia Maulia Indrayani Copyright (c) 2021 English Journal Literacy Utama https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/151 Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700 FLIP-CLASSROOM ENGLISH MATERIAL DESIGN FOR POST PANDEMIC PRACTICES TO PROVISION READING LITERACY SKILL https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/152 <p>Anticipating the post pandemy of 2021/2022, vocational school should design its curriculum as the flip classroom due to its favorablilities: maintaining the online learning circumstances and habituating students with learning autonomy and Bloom’s cognitive level practices in that students pre read at home and learn collaboratively at school through either the applying stage at the least, or the higher stage of PBET, PJBL or PBL. This condition challenges teachers to design the materials and activities for pre and in class respectively. This paper proposes English flip classroom design for students at vocational school to habituate them to read online at home (habituating students’ autonomy at Bloom’s LOTS- remembering and understanding) and to perform collaboration through PBET, PJBL, or PBL (habituating students with Bloom’s MOTS-HOTS- applying, analyzing, evaluating and creating) to result in the formation of reading literacy skill to face the AKM at 11 grades.</p> Nina Fatriana Copyright (c) 2021 English Journal Literacy Utama https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/152 Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700 STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT IN LEARNING ENGLISH VOCABULARY VIA GAMES IN KAHOOT! https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/153 <p>This study deals with how students are involved in the use of Kahoot in learning English. The aims of this study are to investigate the students’ engagement about vocabulary using Kahoot and their interests when Kahoot! is implemented in their English classes. Kahoot! in this research is an online gamification method applied by teachers in the classroom used by students. This research employs a descriptive qualitative research. The data obtained through two main instruments, namely class observations and questionnaires. Class Observations show that Kahoot! helps students to be actively involved in learning vocabularies in English. Therefore, the use of Kahoot! in learning English is beneficial for students because it helps the student learning in variety of ways. The results of the questionnaire show that the students are interested in learning English vocabulary using Kahoot! because they do feel the benefits of using Kahoot! in their learning English as it helps them to learn better.</p> Susie Kusumayanthi, Mia Rusmiyati Copyright (c) 2021 English Journal Literacy Utama https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/153 Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700 PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF DEIXIS IN THE NOVEL FANGIRL BY RAINBOW ROWELL https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/154 <p>The purposes of this study are to analyze the types of deixis, the functions of deixis, and the factors of deixis in the novel Fangirl. The writer used qualitative descriptive method with the theory from Nazir (2013). In analyzing the data, the writer used the theories about pragmatics from Mey (1993), Leech (1983), and Yule (1996). The writer also used the theories about deixis from Cruse (2000), Levinson (1983), and Kreidler (1998). The results show (1) there are 30 data of five deixis types found in the novel Fangirl consisting: 6 data (20%) of person deixis, 4 data (13,3%) of place deixis, 7 data (23,3%) of time deixis, 7 data (23,3%) of discourse deixis, and 6 data (20%) of social deixis. (2) Deixis have different functions according to each types of deixis. They are to explain the participant role in speech acts (person deixis), to explain the relative location to the location of speaker and addressee (spatial deixis), to show the time when the speech occurs (time deixis), to show references contained in discourse of the speech acts (discourse deixis), and to show aspects of social relationship between the speaker and the addressee (social deixis). (3) The <br>deixis factors found in the data analysis consisted of 5 factors: participant role (28.3%), usage function (51.7%), social status (3.3%), formality/informality (3.3%), and intimacy (13,3%).&nbsp;</p> Ervina CM Simatupang, Najmah Nur Fadhilah, Rezky Afiahtul Barokah Copyright (c) 2021 English Journal Literacy Utama https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/154 Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700 TRANSLANGUAGING PRACTICES IN EFL CLASSROOMS: TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVE https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/155 <p>This study is centered on exploring the teachers' perspective towards translanguaging practices in EFL classrooms. This study is framed within a qualitative case study involving four English teachers from two high schools in Sidoarjo, East Java. In order to understand the subjects' perspectives, personal interviews were utilized. The data having been collected, it were transcribed verbatim and analyzed thematically. The current study's findings show that teachers practiced translanguaging mainly when they explained the materials, such as grammar. In this sense, the sole motivation of using translanguaging is that grammar is complex and explaining in English is far more complicated. In addition, teachers also practiced translanguaging when they managed the classroom, showing shared cultural values. Further analysis showed that translanguaging helps teachers achieve their goals, and one of the goals is helping their students understand the materials explained in English better. The results of this study are expected to be advantageous for the teachers to be aware of the importance of translanguaging practices in the EFL classroom.</p> Fabelia Indah Putri, Irfan Rifai Copyright (c) 2021 English Journal Literacy Utama https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/155 Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700 THE IDENTIFICATION OF MORPHOGRAPHEMIC CHANGES IN INDONESIAN WRITING RESULTS OF DYSGRAPHIC STUDENTS AT YAYASAN PANTARA JAKARTA AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/156 <p>The importance of acquiring Indonesian language as a second language underlies the research towards the Indonesian writing results of dysgraphic students at Yayasan Pantara Jakarta. It is very important for Indonesians to acquire Indonesian language because Indonesian language is used as the first language for some city dwellers and a second language for most Indonesians. The main purpose of the research is to identify the morphographemic changes that occur in dysgraphic Indonesian writing results as the second language acquisition at Yayasan Pantara Jakarta. The research used descriptive-qualitative method. The data was taken at Yayasan Pantara Jakarta Elementary School after being conducted direct field survey toward dysgraphic students. The writing analysed based on online KBBI (Indonesian Dictionary) and some theories related to the research. We used the primary theories from Bussmann (1996), Šev?íková (2018), and BOTH (2016). This research also supported by other supporting theories, such as Kidd et al. (2018), Bitchener &amp; Ferris (2012), Sousa (2016), etc. From the analysis of the Indonesian writing results of dysgraphis students at Yayasan Pantara Jakarta, we found some types of morphographemic changes, they are prothesis, epenthesis, paragoge, syncope, apocope, metathesis, and substitution. Prothesis, epenthesis, and paragoge are parts of addition or insertion, while syncope and apocope are parts of deletion.</p> Meiyanti Nurchaerani, Haryati, Irma Savitri Sadikin Copyright (c) 2021 English Journal Literacy Utama https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/156 Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700 POLITENESS STRATEGIES AND SOCIAL DIMENSIONS IN CHLOÉ ZHAO'S FILM NOMAD LAND: SOCIOPRAGMATICS STUDY https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/157 <p>This research aims to identify the most dominant kinds of politeness strategies used in Chloé Zhao's film Nomad land and to analyze the most dominant social dimensions that influence the selection of politeness strategies used in Chloé Zhao's film Nomad land. The method used in this research is a qualitative descriptive method and to get the data needed for this research, the data collection is conducted by choosing and watching the film, reading the film's script, collecting the data, identifying the data, classifying the data, then analyzing the data based on its politeness strategies and social dimensions, and drawing a conclusion related to the results of the data that has been analyzed. The theoretical framework used in this research is the theory of politeness strategies from Brown and Levinson (1987) and the theory of social dimensions from Holmes (2013). The results of this study show that there are 4 politeness strategies found from the 35 data analyzed, the most dominant politeness strategy used in Chloé Zhao's film Nomadland are 18 data (51,43%) of bald on record strategy, followed by 8 data of positive politeness strategy (22.86%), then 6 data (17,14%) of negative politeness strategy, and 3 data (8,57%) of off record strategy. Meanwhile, the most dominant social dimensions that influenced the selection of politeness strategies used in Chloé Zhao's film Nomadland are 19 data (54,29%) of the solidarity–social distance scale, followed by 6 data (17,14%) of the formality scale, then 6 data (17,14%) of the referential and affective function scales, and the last is 4 data (11,43%) of the status scale.</p> hendar, Regina Aulia Kurnia Jaya Copyright (c) 2021 English Journal Literacy Utama https://ejl.widyatama.ac.id/index.php/ejlutama/article/view/157 Wed, 29 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0700