• ENLIT
    Vol 3 No 2 (2023)
  • ENLIT Vol 3 (1) ENLIT
    Vol 3 No 1 (2023)

    Welcome to the first edition of Volume 3 of ENLIT - the Journal of English Education, Linguistics, and Literature. Published on May 1, 2023, this volume marks another milestone in our commitment to promoting scholarly discourse and advancing knowledge in the fields of English education, linguistics, and literature.

    In this edition, we are delighted to present a diverse array of articles that explore various facets of language, literature, and education. These contributions exemplify the dedication and intellectual rigor of our contributors, and we are honored to share their work with our readers.

    Articles

    (1) The Framing of Queen Elizabeth II's Death Notices by Nauka Nayana Prasadini, Tri Winindyasari Palupi

    Nauka Nayana Prasadini and Tri Winindyasari Palupi delve into media analysis, examining the framing of Queen Elizabeth II's death notices. This research offers insights into media representation and discourse analysis.

    (2) Investigating freshmen’s L2 speaking anxiety level in Indonesia by Emeral, Ristati

    Emeral and Ristati's article investigates the level of L2 speaking anxiety among freshmen in Indonesia. This study sheds light on language anxiety in the context of English language education.

    (3) Students' Use of YouTube to Practice Speaking Skills: A Case Study by Elmi Khoirina, Netanya Pebrihani, Shaffa Novitasari

    Elmi Khoirina, Netanya Pebrihani, and Shaffa Novitasari present a case study on students' use of YouTube to practice speaking skills. This research explores innovative approaches to language learning through digital platforms.

    (4) The Students’ Perception on Using Spotify Towards Their English Pronunciation by Joyce Purba, Laura Natalia, Lusiana Sapira

    Joyce Purba, Laura Natalia, and Lusiana Sapira examine students' perceptions of using Spotify to improve their English pronunciation. This study contributes to the understanding of technology-assisted language learning.

    (5) Overcoming Classroom Silence: Teacher Strategies For Engaging Unresponsive Students by Tri Winindyasari Palupi, Yulieda Hermaniar

    Tri Winindyasari Palupi and Yulieda Hermaniar explore teacher strategies for engaging unresponsive students and overcoming classroom silence. This research addresses pedagogical challenges in language education.

    We believe that this collection of articles embodies the spirit of ENLIT - a journal dedicated to fostering critical thinking, promoting dialogue, and advancing scholarship in the fields of English education, linguistics, and literature. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the authors and contributors for their valuable contributions to this edition.

    Thank you for joining us on this intellectual journey, and we look forward to your continued engagement with ENLIT.

  • ENLIT
    Vol 2 No 2 (2022)

    Welcome to the second edition of Volume 2 of ENLIT - the Journal of English Education, Linguistics, and Literature. Published on November 11, 2022, this volume continues our dedication to fostering academic discourse and knowledge sharing in the fields of English education, linguistics, and literature.

    In this edition, we are pleased to present a compelling selection of articles that offer fresh insights into diverse aspects of language, literature, and education. These contributions reflect the commitment and scholarship of our contributors, and we are delighted to showcase their work.

    Articles

    (1) Context Clues in Reading Text for Improving EFL Students’ Reading Skills by Norhayati, Catharina Elmayantie

    Norhayati and Catharina Elmayantie's article explores the use of context clues in reading texts to enhance the reading skills of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) students. This research addresses pedagogical strategies in language education.

    (2) Entrok and Little Women: Tell How Women Can Stand on Their Own Crown by Marsza Nurul Azmi, Agry Pramita

    Marsza Nurul Azmi and Agry Pramita delve into literary analysis, comparing "Entrok" and "Little Women" to examine how women can assert their autonomy and power. This study contributes to feminist discourse in literature.

    (3) The Comparative Literature Analysis of Collins' Novel 'The Hunger Games' and Veronica Roth's Novel 'Divergent' by Amirrudin, Ahmad Mustolih, Charimah Marta Ningrum

    Amirrudin, Ahmad Mustolih, and Charimah Marta Ningrum conduct a comparative literature analysis of Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" and Veronica Roth's "Divergent." This research offers insights into dystopian literature and societal critique.

    (4) Multimodal Analysis on The Cultural Content of Indonesian High School English E-Textbooks by Denatasa Permatasari

    Denatasa Permatasari's article employs multimodal analysis to examine the cultural content of Indonesian high school English e-textbooks. This study contributes to the understanding of culture in language education materials.

    (5) Online Learning Difficulties of The Second-Semester Students of English Language Education Study Program of STKIP PGRI Banjarmasin during COVID-19 Pandemic by Maulidya, Ida Rusdiana, Wulida Makhtuna

    Maulidya, Ida Rusdiana, and Wulida Makhtuna investigate the online learning difficulties faced by second-semester students of the English Language Education Study Program of STKIP PGRI Banjarmasin during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research addresses the challenges of remote education.

    We believe that this collection of articles embodies the essence of ENLIT - a journal dedicated to advancing knowledge, fostering critical thinking, and promoting dialogue in the realms of English education, linguistics, and literature. We express our gratitude to the authors and contributors for their valuable contributions to this edition.

    Thank you for joining us on this academic journey, and we look forward to your continued engagement with ENLIT.

  • ENLIT
    Vol 2 No 1 (2022)

    Welcome to the first edition of Volume 2 of ENLIT - the Journal of English Education, Linguistics, and Literature. Published on July 14, 2022, this volume continues our commitment to providing a platform for scholars and researchers to explore the dynamic intersections of English education, linguistics, and literature.

    In this edition, we are excited to present a diverse selection of articles that tackle pressing issues and innovative approaches within these fields. These contributions reflect the dedication and intellectual rigor of our contributors, and we are delighted to share their work with you.

    Articles

    (1) Transglossic Language Practice of Generation Z on Instagram in Indonesia by Anggi Purwa Lestarina

    Anggi Purwa Lestarina's article investigates the transglossic language practices of Generation Z on Instagram in Indonesia, shedding light on the evolving language dynamics in the digital age.

    (2) Exploring Teacher's Identity in EFL Classroom: A Personal Reflection by Armin Fani

    Armin Fani offers a personal reflection on the exploration of a teacher's identity in the EFL (English as a Foreign Language) classroom. This introspective study adds depth to the understanding of the teacher's role in language education.

    (3) A Critical Discourse Analysis of Gender Disparity in Taskmaster by Nauka Nayana Prasadini

    Nauka Nayana Prasadini conducts a critical discourse analysis of gender disparity in the popular show "Taskmaster." This analysis contributes to discussions on gender representation in media and discourse.

    (4) The Use Of Hybrid Teaching To Teach English In Vocational High School by Fathyah Rahmaniah

    Fathyah Rahmaniah's article explores the use of hybrid teaching methods to teach English in vocational high schools. This research addresses the adaptability of teaching approaches in response to changing educational landscapes.

    (5) Struggle and Strategies Faced by Vocational High School During the COVID-19 by Rahmatika Kayyis, Dita Ayuningtyas, Fatma Yuniarti

    Rahmatika Kayyis, Dita Ayuningtyas, and Fatma Yuniarti delve into the challenges and strategies faced by vocational high schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study offers insights into educational resilience in times of crisis.

    (6) The Struggle of Woman Emancipation in the Movie “On The Basis Of Sexâ€: A Feminist Criticism by Maftuchah Dwi Agustina

    Maftuchah Dwi Agustina provides a feminist criticism of the movie "On The Basis Of Sex," examining the portrayal of the struggle for women's emancipation. This analysis contributes to feminist discourse in literature and film studies.

    (7) Enhancing Learner Autonomy through Collaborative Learning in a Distance Language Classroom of Morphology Class by Yasa Ayatina Ashidiq

    Yasa Ayatina Ashidiq's research explores the enhancement of learner autonomy through collaborative learning in a distance language classroom focusing on morphology. This study offers innovative approaches to distance language education.

    (8) Developing Local-Based English for Tourism Material for Religious and Cultural Tour Guide Program Students: A Needs Analysis by Muthia Farida

    Muthia Farida conducts a needs analysis for developing local-based English for tourism materials tailored to religious and cultural tour guide program students. This study addresses the specific language needs of future tour guides.

    We believe that this collection of articles exemplifies the spirit of ENLIT - a journal dedicated to fostering scholarly discourse and advancing knowledge in the realms of English education, linguistics, and literature. We extend our gratitude to the authors and contributors for their valuable contributions to this edition.

    Thank you for joining us on this academic journey, and we look forward to your continued engagement with ENLIT.

  • ENLIT Vol 1 (2) ENLIT
    Vol 1 No 2 (2021)

    Welcome to the second edition of ENLIT - the Journal of English Education, Linguistics, and Literature. Published on the 30th of November 2021, this volume continues our exploration of the ever-evolving landscape of English language education, linguistics, and literature.

    In this edition, we are thrilled to present a collection of insightful articles contributed by dedicated scholars and researchers in the field. These articles shed light on various aspects of English education, linguistics, and literary analysis, offering valuable perspectives and knowledge to our readers.

    Articles

    (1) Language And Humor in "The Big Bang Theory": Textual Analysis by Agry Pramita

    Agry Pramita's article takes a close look at the use of language and humor in the popular TV series "The Big Bang Theory." Through textual analysis, the study provides a deeper understanding of the linguistic and comedic elements at play.

    (2) Teaching and Learning Using Whatsapp: English Teachers' Perception by Yusuf Al Arief, Rizky Amelia, Eka Elyani

    This collaborative effort by Yusuf Al Arief, Rizky Amelia, and Eka Elyani explores English teachers' perceptions of teaching and learning using WhatsApp. The study delves into the role of technology in language education.

    (3) A Critical Discourse Analysis of Gender Disparity in Taskmaster by Nauka Nayana Prasadini

    Nauka Nayana Prasadini's research conducts a critical discourse analysis of gender disparity in the popular show "Taskmaster." By examining linguistic nuances, the article contributes to discussions on gender representation in media.

    (4) An Analysis of learning difficulties faced by first year students of STMIK Palangkaraya in English Subject as General Course by Catharina Elmayantie

    Catharina Elmayantie's article investigates learning difficulties encountered by first-year students at STMIK Palangkaraya in their English general course. The study addresses the challenges of English language instruction for beginners.

    (5) The Role of Adults on Children Language Acquisition by Meiyanti Nurchaerani, Yessy Nurkita Sari, Haryati, Syahiid Hidayatullah Rizkyka Hartadhi

    This collaborative research by Meiyanti Nurchaerani and colleagues explores the vital role of adults in children's language acquisition. The study emphasizes the importance of adult guidance in language development.

    (6) Translation Analysis of Category Shift in Short Story “The Call of Cthulhu†by Rakhmad Yanuar Hadi Sasmito

    Rakhmad Yanuar Hadi Sasmito's work delves into the intricate task of translating category shifts in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu." The study highlights the complexities of translation in literary contexts.

    (7) Embedding Religious Moderation Values through Communication Activities in English Language Teaching by Muthia Farida

    Muthia Farida's article explores the integration of religious moderation values into English language teaching through communication activities. The study offers innovative approaches to character education in language instruction.

    We believe that this diverse array of articles represents the essence of ENLIT - a platform for scholarly discourse and knowledge sharing in the fields of English education, linguistics, and literature. We extend our gratitude to the authors and contributors for their valuable insights and dedication to academic excellence.

    Thank you for joining us on this intellectual journey, and we look forward to your continued engagement with ENLIT.

  • ENLIT
    Vol 1 No 1 (2021)

     

    Welcome to the inaugural edition of ENLIT - the Journal of English Education, Linguistics, and Literature. Published on the 26th of April 2021, this volume marks the beginning of a scholarly journey that seeks to explore and illuminate various facets of English language education, linguistics, and literature.

    In this edition, we are delighted to present a diverse range of articles that delve into critical aspects of English education and linguistic studies, as well as the rich tapestry of literature. These contributions reflect the passion and dedication of scholars and researchers in the field, and we are honored to showcase their work.

    ARTICLES

    (1) An Exploration on The Use of Podcast in Speaking Class by Agustina Lestary

    Agustina Lestary's article offers valuable insights into the utilization of podcasts as a teaching tool in the context of speaking classes. This research contributes to the evolving pedagogical strategies employed in English language education.

    (2) The Effectiveness of Multimedia Application in Teaching Vocabularies for the Children in Rural Area by Norhayati

    Norhayati's study focuses on the effectiveness of multimedia applications in teaching vocabulary, particularly for children in rural areas. This research addresses the challenges of providing quality education to diverse learner populations.

    (3) The Component of Variation Skill Applied by a Teacher in “Freedom Writers†Film by Norliani

    Norliani's examination of the variation skills employed by a teacher in the film "Freedom Writers" offers an intriguing perspective on pedagogical strategies portrayed in popular media, contributing to the ongoing discourse on effective teaching methods.

    (4) Identities, Language, and Wayang Gung of South Kalimantan by Rezqan Noor Farid

    Rezqan Noor Farid's article delves into the intersection of identities, language, and cultural expression through Wayang Gung in South Kalimantan. This exploration highlights the importance of language and culture in understanding diverse communities.

    (5) Seller and Buyer Integrated Forms of Indonesian and Tetun Language in Pasar Baru Betun, Central Malaka, Malaka Province by Vincentius Mauk

    Vincentius Mauk's research sheds light on language dynamics in a multicultural marketplace, providing valuable insights into linguistic interactions and integrated forms of Indonesian and Tetun language in Central Malaka.

    (6) Politeness Strategies Used by Mario Teguh in Handling Questions in MTGW Program by Yusuf Al Arief

    Yusuf Al Arief's study examines politeness strategies employed by Mario Teguh in handling questions, offering a nuanced understanding of communication dynamics in the MTGW program.

    We believe that this diverse collection of articles represents the essence of ENLIT - a platform for scholars, educators, and researchers to share their expertise and contribute to the ongoing discourse in English education, linguistics, and literature.

    As the founding edition of ENLIT, we hope this journal sparks intellectual curiosity, encourages critical thinking, and fosters meaningful dialogues within the academic community. We extend our gratitude to all the authors, reviewers, and contributors who have made this inaugural volume possible.

    Thank you for joining us on this scholarly journey, and we look forward to your continued support and engagement with ENLIT.