Proceeding

Below are the list of proceedings that will be printed out as in proceeding 1 and proceeding 2. The listed names are only the main author. Any presenter who does not listed but has completed the registration procedure and confirmed transfer receipt through email, please contact the committee through our email at teflinbali@gmail.com.

BOOK 1

ID TITLE / AUTHOR
119 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING CARICATURE MEDIA IN TEACHING ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING AT SECOND YEAR STUDENTS OF SMA PGRI 109 TANGERANG (A CLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH) IKHFI IMANIAH
145 THE USE OF STORY REENACTMENTTO TEACH ENGLISH FOR YOUNG LEARNERS AgusSholeh
156 VOCABULARY LEARNING STRATEGIES PREFERENCES BY EFL UNIVERSITY LEARNERS Boniesta Zulandha Melani
163 USING SMARTPHONES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Atiqah NurulAsri
276 THE JAVA ISLAND’S FOLKLORE CLASSIFICATION FOR DEVELOPING THE CHARACTER BUILDING (AN ANALYSIS OF IMPLICATURE) Wiruma Titian Adi, S.S., M.M.
280 USING VIDEO GAMES TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ WRITING ABILITY YulianiKusumaPutri
324 LANGUAGE OF COMPLAINTS (DIRECT AND INDIRECT HOTEL GUEST COMPLAINT) Faisal F. Puksi
325 WHAT AND HOW DO THE ATTRIBUTES OF L1s OCCUR IN A TESOL PROGRAM Lalu Ari Irawan
242 TEACHING EXTENSIVE READING WITH ICT   I Gusti Ngurah Parthama
300 The Role of Needs Analysis in EFL Class Fahriany
161 TEACHERS’ OPINIONS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VARIOUS ATTITUDE ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN CURRICULUM 2013: ITS PRACTICALITY Azhar Aziz Lubis
243 INNOVATION OF TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH APPLIED TO ANIMAL SCIENCES’ STUDENT WITH THE COMBINATION OF COMPUTER MEDIA AND AUDIO VISUAL I GUSTI AGUNG ISTRI ARYANI
98 PREFERENCE OF EYL MIXED CLASS STUDENTS’ INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT TOOL, TEXTBOOK EXERCISES OR ANIMATION VIDEO: WHAT DO WE LEARN? Emalia IragiliatiSukarni
278 TEACHING REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCE IN TRANSLATION CLASS: THE APPLICATION OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES TO FACILITATE STUDENTS’ DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES ArdiannaNuraeni
246 TRANSLATION AS A METHOD OF TRANSFERRING INTERCULTURAL PRAGMATICS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING/ LEARNING Ida Bagus Putra Yadnya
123 Classroom Personality and English Proficiency Diagnostic Assessments   for   Pre Occupied English Teachers in Digital Era Nina Fatriana
228 MINDVISUALIZER APPLICATION IN CLASS OF SPEAKING Salasiah
315 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PERSONAL DILEMMA TECHNIQUE ON TEACHING SPEAKING SKILL FOR EFL LEARNERS Maman Asrobi
267 Exploring apology strategies used by tourism students in handling complaint situations TatangSopian
167 Applying the Acquired Knowledge and Skills from the MTCP Course, 21st Century Pedagogical Skills: Best Practices and Assessment in IPGKBA to Enhance Listening and Speaking Skills Among Undergraduates of Adi Buana University Surabaya Hertiki
171 A Comparative Study of Using Multimedia Vs Flash Cards on Students’ Vocabulary at Fourth Grade Elementary School Students of 15. Ulu Gadut Padang Hevriani Sevrika
239 EXPLORING DEBATE AS A TOOL TO DEVELOP ENGLISH COMMUNICATION SKILL IN ESP CLASSROM AT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT STATE POLYTECHNIC OF MALANG LiaAgustinaM.Pd
289 UTILIZING LITERARY WORKS FOR WRITING OPINION ESSAYS Lestari Setyowati
198 Pragmatic-based Listening: A Solution for Boosting the English Proficiency of the Indonesian Learners of English Arifuddin Arifuddin
248 EXTENSIVE LISTENING: DESIGN AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION Gusti Astika
283 Developing Teaching English Modality Model by Applying InTASC Standards at the English Department of IKIP Mataram Muliani
193 Learning Factors of Good EFL Learners in Indonesian context Aunurrahman
125 LISTENING TO MUSIC, DOES IT RELATE TO STUDENTS’ ENGLISH SKILLS?Santri E. P. Djahimo
133 ‘PIC-MIX DISCOVERY’ MODEL TO CULTIVATE CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AND MULTILITERACIES IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR YOUNG LEARNERS Lulus Irawati
210 The Principles of Need Analysis For EFL Teacher Professional Development in Indonesia I.G.A. Lokita Purnamika Utami
185 MOTHER TONGUE AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE ACQUISITION DIVICE THEORY I Ketut Warta
261 STUDENTS’ NEEDS OF ENGLISH WRITING MATERIAL AT FPBS IKIP MATARAM Dedi Sumarsono
225 ADOPTING FINNISH LESSON ON TEACHING ENGLISH FOR YOUNG LEARNERS (A CASE STUDY AT SMP LAZUARDI AL – FALAH KLATEN) FibrianiEndahWidyasari
286 English Language Needs ofComputer and Networking Technology Students: Voices at OneVocational High School PebrinaPirmani
259 What motivates Indonesian high school students to learn English? Sri Puji Astuti
230 TEACHING ENGLISH SPEECH SOUNDS TO ENGLISH STUDENTS : Contrastive Analysis Aproach I Gede Budiasa
247 THE USE OF TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPONSE METHOD FOR DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES IN ENGLISH VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT Zul Astri
333 FULFILLING FRESHMEN’S EXPECTATIONS FOR BETTER ENGLISH PERFORMANCE THROUGH COMMUNICATIVE DRILLS AND EXERCISES Yan Mujiyanto
109 THE STUDENTS’ NEED ANALYSIS TO DEVELOP TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS OF ENGLISH PROFICIENCY TEST TitaRatnaWulandari
287 Activate Students’ Prior Knowledge in Writing by Implementing Sandwich Graphic Organizer Sri Lestari
256 LOCAL CULTURE CONSERVATIONTHROUGH ENGLISH TRAININGDESIGN FOR HAWKERSTO IMPROVE COMMUNICATIVE SERVICES FOR FOREIGNTOURISTS VISITING YOGYAKARTA Hermayawati

 

ID TITLE / AUTHOR
397 Students’ Preferences toward Corrective Feedbacks on Students’ Oral Production RindaFitriana
347 Epistemic Beliefs and Achievement among EFL University Students Ive Emaliana
351 THE CODE-SWITCHING IN TEACHER-TALK IN EFL CLASSROOM Nia Kurniawati
380 How Much is Parents’ SES worth for young learners to learn English?” Bambang Harmanto
428 ESP VS EGP: A REFLECTION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF CURRICULUM 2013 IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS Dodi Siraj Muamar Zain
458 NEED ANALYSIS AT COOKERY DEPARTMENT OF SMKN 3 PAREPARE (A STUDY OF ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES) Ika Yanti Ziska
462 BLENDED LEARNING THROUGH SCHOOLOGY IN WRITING CLASS: STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE Luh Diah Surya Adnyani
446 Self Assessment for Character Education, Does It Work? Prof. Dr. Putu Kerti Nitiasih, M.A.
346 Sentence Complexity: An Authentic Assessment to Improve Indonesian EFL Student’s Writing Production Ida AyuShitadevi
410 Successful English Teacher’s Belief and Practices in Teaching Speaking: Toward the Mastery of Communication Skill Rosyi Amrina
512 WHAT MAKES A STUDENT-POET A POET: LEARNER’S AUTONOMY, CREATIVITY, AND SELF-IDENTITY IN THE EFL CLASSROOM Nara Sari
418 TEACHERS’ PRACTICES ON LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT: SOME CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS Jumariati
435 CHARACTER BASED LESSON PLAN DEVELOPED BY PROSPECTIVE ENGLISH TEACHER Eltina Maromon
 456 A QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON USING SHORT STORIES TO IMPROVE THE SPEAKING AND WRITING ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING STUDY PROGRAM OF INDO GLOBAL MANDIRI UNIVERSITY Jaya Nur Iman
416 STIMULATING STUDENTS’ AUTONOMY IN WRITING THROUGH WEEKLY REPORT Wardah
403 TEACHERS’ ASSESSMENT BELIEFS SHIFT IN ADOPTING NEW CURRICULUM Deby Irawan
367 PROMOTING PROJECT FOR ENHANCING STUDENTS’ SKILL Fajria Fatmasari
440 UNIVERSITY EFL LEARNERS’ SIZE OF RECEPTIVE ENGLISH Boniesta Zulandha Melani
392 Increasing Vocabulary by Using Song-Related Reading Texts to Children Aged Six to Twelve Wahyudi
445 STUDENTS DISCOURSE COMPETENCE IN WRITTEN LANGUAGE: HOW PROBLEMATIC? Hermawati Syarif
505 Learn to Know Yourself and You Learn to Know the World; Practical Steps of Maximizing Self Assessment Practice in Language Classrooms Alfima Azmi Imananda
414 GOOD PRACTICE IN MONITORING AND SUPERVISING UNDERGRADUATE THESIS WRITTEN BY EFL TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS Budi Setyono
341 Boosting Speaking Skills through Board Games for the 2nd Semester Students of Adi Buana University Surabaya Nukmatus Syahria
382 A TEACHER’S BELIEFS IN GRAMMAR AND HER TEACHING PRACTICES: A CASE STUDY OF ONE EXPERIENCED EFL TEACHER IN SMA NEGERI 5 SURAKARTA DaniPuspitasari
459 Enhancing The Vocabulary Mastery of Young Learners By Applying Total Physical Response (TPR) Method Integrated With Picture Khadijah Maming
468 IMPLEMENTING SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIVISM FOR TEACHING CONTENT SUBJECT IN ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (EFL) CLASSROOM Astri Hapsari
478 WHAT GOES ON IN THE CLASSROOM: A LOOK AT HOW THE ATTITUDE ASSESSMENT IS CONDUCTED Erwin Rahayu Saputra
372 Authentic Materials In Critical Reading Activities Ila Amalia
476 Error Correction as a Method in Teaching Writing to EFL Students Supiani
379 ROLES OF CHILDREN’S LITERATURE IN ENGAGING AND DISENGAGING ADULT LEARNERS IN L2 READING Hanna Juliaty
508 ARE PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS READY TO ACCEPT NEW ENGLISHES?:A CASE STUDY Flora Debora Floris
377 ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE: TEACHING LEGAL ENGLISH TO LAW STUDENTS VIA E-LEARNING Supardi
499 EXPLORING 21ST CENTURY TEACHERS: HOW ARE YOU READY TO IMPROVE WITH ICT? Nur Kamilah
395 STRUCTURAL AND CORE FEATURES OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES DONE BY PROFESSIONAL EFL TEACHERS IN MALANG REGENCY Dini Kurnia Irmawati
438 Authentic Assessment in Teaching English as a Foreign Language: How Authentic is the Authentic Assessment Ni Nyoman Padmadewi
373 Extensive Reading and Vocabulary Acquisition of L2 Proficiency at Informatics Program Rosdiana
463 Formal and Informal Exposure in Acquiring English as a Foreign Language in Indonesia – Teachers’ Challenge in the 21st Century Fransisca Endang Lestariningsih, S.Pd., M.Hum.
479 THE USE OF FOUR CORNERS STRATEGY IN READING DISCUSSION AT ACCESS MICROSCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM IN AMBON Renata C. G. Vigeleyn Nikijuluw, S. Pd., M. TESOL
413 Multiple intelligence in EYL class Yitzha Sarwono Bryant
355 Perspective toward grammar teaching: A case study in the English department of UNNES Arif Suryo Priyatmojo
354 Linguistic and Cultural Knowledge in Teaching English I Nyoman Aryawibawa
343 USING CORPORA TO DESIGN A RELIABLE TEST INSTRUMENT FOR ENGLISH PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT Faisal Mustafa
480 VIETNAMESE STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS LEARNING ENGLISH IDIOMS Nguyen Tran Ha Linh

 

ID TITLE / AUTHOR
621 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SIOP MODEL IN TEACHING ENGLISH AT MECHANICAL ENGINEERING M. Zaim
627 USINGMULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES THEORYTO FACILITATEPRE-SERVICE ENGLISHTEACHERS’DEVELOPMENT OF IDEAS AND CREATIVITIES IN UTILIZING INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA UunMuhaji
656 Tell Tale Game: Randomized Prompts for Individual and Collaborative Writing Tasks Ari Natarina & Putu Weddha Savitri
530 DEVELOPING A SYLLABUS AND PROVIDING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH IN KINDERGARTEN Hidayatul Maulidiyah
680 ANALYSES OF RHETORICAL MOVES STRUCTURE AND VERB TENSE OF ABSTRACTS IN MASTER’S FOREIGN LANGUAGE THESES Leo CandraWahyuUtami
657 Rhetorical Structure of Introduction Sections in English Language Education Study Program Students’ Theses (SKRIPSI) PutriRahmawaty
672 THE USE OF YOUTUBE VIDEOS WITH RETELLING TECHNIQUE TO IMPROVE SPEAKING AND WRITING ACHIEVEMENTS Nike Angraini
521 INDONESIAN ENGLISH TEACHERS’ READINESS FOR ICT USEB.B.Dwijatmoko
665 CRITICAL THINKING IN AUSTRALIAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS: PEDAGOGICAL IMPLICATION FOR EFL TEACHING IN INDONESIAN CONTEXT Djoko Susanto
631 CHALLENGES IN TEACHING EFL FOR PRE-SERVICE YOUNG LEARNERS TEACHERS Fika Megawati
535 Utilizing Microsoft Learning Tools in Teaching English in The Framework of 21st Century Learning Betty Sekarasih Hadi Yani
682 LEARNING BUSINESS ENGLISH BY APPRENTICESHIP Sri Hartiningsih
580 THE IMPACT OF ENGLISH NATIONAL EXAMINATION: A CASE STUDY OF STUDENTS’ TEST ANXIETY LEVEL IN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS Desak Made Indah Dewanti
655 Learning Science Through English: Tertiary CLIL Classroom Interaction In Indonesia Novriani Rabeka Manafe
576 AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT ON TEACHING WRITING Satyawati Surya
659 USING PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT FOR TEACHING READING COMPREHENSION TO ADULT LEARNERS Luh Putu Artini
664 Strategies and Problems Language Translation in Reading Text For Beginner Translators At Senior High School Wijaya Putra Surabaya: Semantic Approach Dewanto, S.S.
546 DIALOGIC BOOK READING PRACTICES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL EFL LEARNERS Maria Teodora Ping & Syamdianita
561 From Letters to Life: Creating Phonics-Based Games for Young Learners Ade Rivky Hanif
611 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND ENGLISH READING ACHIEVEMENT OF FIRST GRADE STUDENTS AT X CHRISTIAN SCHOOL, TANGERANG YonathanWinardi, M.Pd
613 The Role of Translation Competition in Improving Students’ English Competence: A Survey Research in 2015 Translation Competition Held in UPH Lippo Karawaci Christiana Sidupa, M.Hum.
614 Developing English for Specific Purposes Learning Material to enhance the students’ character building Riyana Dewi
642 PLAGIARISM IN STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC WRITING: A CASE STUDY OF INDONESIAN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS Rina Agustina
687 English for Specific Purposes: A Communicative Competence Teaching Method in Tourism Village Ni Nyoman Tri Sukarsih
619 Students EFL Writing Performances and The effect of Teacher’s Feedback on the Performances of Writing in Primary School Dwi Rahayu
636 Indonesian Song’s Melody In Teaching English For Young Learners Jannes Freddy Pardede, S.S., M.Hum.
590 “E-EXHIBITION” A FRAMEWORK OF STUDENTS’ PROJECT BASED LEARNING Oktavia Widiastuti
542 SETTING UP NUMBER HEADS TOGETHER TO ASSIST STUDENTS IN READING COMPREHENSION OF SPOOF TEXT Ummi Rasyidah
554 THE EFFECT OF USING CLOZE PASSAGE TECHNIQUE TOWARD STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENTION ON NARRATIVE TEXT AT THE SECOND YEAR OF SMAN 1 RAMBAH HILIR Dian Sukma
588 THE CLASSROOM INTE RACTION STRATEGIES USED FOR ENGLISH TEACHING IN MADRASAH TSANAWIYAH LEVEL Nunung Suryati
630 Integrating English in the Curriculum of Non-English Department in University Dwi Wulandari
675 THE ENGLISH TRAINING FOR YOUTH WITH PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING MODEL I Nyoman Rajin Aryana, S.Pd. M.Hum
528 Dynamic assessment: Integrating assessment and Instruction for primary school learners Luciana
597 A Breakthrough Syllabus in Teaching Language Testing Course TEDI ROHADI
577 Development of Integrated Writing Instructional Materials (IWIM) Ekaning Dewanti Laksmi
684 TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES IN RENDERING LEXICAL ITEMS OF INDONESIAN FIGURATIVE SENSES INTO ENGLISH Frans I Made Brata

 

BOOK 2

ID TITLE / AUTHOR
848 TARGET LANGUAGE EXPOSURE IN EFL TEACHING: FROM THEORY TO REALITY Dewi Wardah Mazidatur Rohmah
713 Real English – Real Learning Steve Lever
778 Developing a Handbook for EYL course at the English Department, STKIP PGRI Tulungagung Ratih Yulianti
830 The Effectiveness of Translation in Different CEFR Levels KristinDwita Sari
855 TRAVELPORT: AN ALTERNATIVE TO MAKE SPEAKING CLASS MORE FUN Umdatul Khoirot
746 The Use of Internet Resources to Improve the Quality of   Indonesian-English Translation by Indonesian Students (A Case Study at STIBA Saraswati Denpasar) PutuNurAyomi, S.S, M.Hum.
777 modifying peer assessment with internet browsing in the TRANSLATION CLASS of english department I Gusti Agung Sri Rwa Jayantini
784 DEVELOPING PRAGMATIC COMPETENCE THROUGH THE TEACHING OF LITERARY WORK Sosiowati, I Gusti Ayu Gde
817 An Investigation of Effective Teaching Practices Based on the Dynamic Model of Educational Effectiveness; the Case of Six States Islamic Schools in DKI Jakarta Siti Nurul Azkiyah
803 PEER ASSESSMENT AS THE MAIN METHOD FOR ASSESSING STUDENTS’ WRITING: A PROTO-DESIGN FOR DEVELOPING EFL LESSON PLANS Ari Purnawan
765 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL EFL TEACHERS’ PRACTICES OF AUTHENTIC READING ASSESSMENT RismaRahmawati
776 The Translation of English Cleft Sentences into Indonesian (A Case Study of Students’ Assignments) Ni Made AyuWidiastuti
711 EFL TEACHERS’ PRACTICE OF AUTHENTIC READING ASSESSMENT (A STUDY AT VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN CENTRAL JAKARTA) Siti Nadya Villaransi
779 Needs Analysis for Veterinary Medicine Students of Udayana University Yana Qomariana
691 THE USE OF CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES AND THEIR EFFECT ON STUDENTS’ LEARNING MOTIVATION (A CASE STUDY OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS) Felicia Miranda Lekatompessy
760 EXPLORING VOCATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOL EFL TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF AUTHENTIC READING ASSESSMENT Herdiyana Nurcahyanti
804 CREATING CLAIM-COUNTERCLAIM TEXTUAL PATTERN BY USING MAPS ON BRAINSTORMING ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY IDEAS Rizky Amelia
780 EXPLORING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL EFL TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF AUTHENTIC READING ASSESSMENT Fitria Azifah Dewi
702 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ORAL LITERATURE-BASED INSTRUCTION ON STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY Syawal, S. Pd., M. Pd
718 Language Assessment for Children: The Usage of Games for Verbal Tests Erna Zulaeni Wiles
719 LEARNING BY READING NOVELS: TO DEVELOP STUDENTS CLASS 10-12 ABILITY IN MASTERING VOCABULARIES Hiqma Nur Agustina
783 DESIGNING ENGLISH LESSON PLAN BY USING YOUTUBE Lia Mastaria Polapa, Rasuna Talib
751 EXPLORING ESP STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL BY VIDEO FIELD TRIP Siti Asiyah
796 THE EFFECT OF SELF-EDITING AND PEER-ASSESSMENT ON WRITING PERFORMANCE TO THE TENTH GRADE STUDENTS OF MAN LAB UIN-JOGJAKARTA Trisnawan
755 SELF ASSESMENT IN SPEAKING CLASS TRHOUGH WATCHING STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE ON VIDEO RISMAR RIANSIH, M.Pd
795 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 Aryana Nurul Qarimah
823 FACEBOOK GROUP ACTIVITIES IN THE EFL WRITING CLASS Sardian Maharani Asnur
763 PLAGIARISM PREVENTION SOFTWARE FOR THESIS WRITING: ITS ADVANTAGES AND THE STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES Muhammad Affan Ramadhana
847 THE EFFECTIVENSS OF CHUNK DRILL AS THE TECHNIQUE OF LANGUAGE TESTING IN COMMUNICATIVE GRAMMAR Jumharia Djamereng
690 How effective is Online Writing Measurement? A Case Study of Using paperrater.com to Measure Learner’s English Writing at BINUS University Jakarta. Wishnoebroto
781 ONE STEP CLOSER BY HAVING FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT Risqi Ekanti Ayuningtyas Palupi
741 THE INDONESIAN “MEN-” AND “BER-” VERBS AND ITS TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISHPikir Wisnu Wijayanto
799 EXAMINING MODEL OF ENGLISH FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY USING PLSPATH: INWARD MODE Ratna Rintaningrum
764 The Portrait of Students’ motivation upon the use of Authentic Materials in ESP Lely Yuliawaty
790 The role of play towards children’s language development in an immersion classroom Pasca Kalisa
785 ADVERTISEMENTS AS AUTHENTIC MULTIMODAL TEXTS: BRIDGING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND ENGLISH SKILLS TEACHING PRACTICE DIVIDE Novalita Fransisca Tungka
731 USING GAP-FILLING TASK IN ASSESSING STUDENTS’ ABILITY IN USINGINDEFINITE AND DEFINITE ADJECTIVES/PRONOUNS Sadam Husein
824 PPG SM-3T: AN ATTEMPT TO PRODUCE FUTURE PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS Sri Wahyuni

 

ID TITLR / AUTHOR
896 21st Century Language and Communication Skills: Intercultural English Teaching Yulia Hapsari Devinta Puspita Ratri
918 DEVELOPING ESP SYLLABUS FOR DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING (D/HH) STUDENTS AT INCLUSIVE HIGHER EDUCATION Iswahyuni
933 Bodily Needs Analysis Questionnaire for Effective Librarian English Curriculum Design Lyla Anggerwina Kusuma
934 INSTRUCTIVE FUNCTION ON ‘86’ PROGRAM REALITY SHOW IN NET TV TO YOUTH BEHAVIOUR Sri Widiastutik, S.S., M.Hum
886 LISTENING STRATEGIES AND APPLICATIONS FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Ni Wayan Suastini
904 ENGLISH WRITING PERFORMANCE OF INDONESIAN BUSINESS STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION Dian Inayati
940 SHORT WRITING: AN ALTERNATIVE TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ WRITING SKILLS YuliusKurniawan
876 CONCORD ERRORS FOUND IN THE STUDENTS’ WRITING ASSIGNMENTS Made Detriasmita Saientisna
950 FUN-TASTE TICK ENGLISH AS A WAY TO BUILD YOUNG LEARNERS’ CONFIDENCE IN ENGLISH TitikWahyuningsih
958 Genre-based Approach to Teaching Writing in a Secondary EFL ContextMayang Sari NirmalaDewi
899 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ESP FOR ECONOMICS STUDENTS : INCONGRUENCY BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE IkaPuspitasari
911 THE EFFICACY OF PEER ASSESSMENT IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION Ni Luh Ketut Mas Indrawati
867 Benefit and Challenge: Poster as an Evaluation in Linguistics Course Aulia Nisa Khusnia, S.S, M.A
939 INTEGRATING LOCAL CULTURE IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR SMK STUDENTS OF ARTS Siti Sudartini, Siwi Karmadi Kurniasih
917 Making Use of ICT to Assess the Students’ English Vocabulary Murniati
923 Students’ Perception toward English Teachers’ Role on Classroom Interaction(A mini-research held at SMAN 1 Paguyaman) Samsudin R. Ishak, S.Pd
938 THE POWER OF PAIR-WORK IN EFL WRITING Joni Alfino
973 EFL TEACHERS’ NEEDS AND THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT’S PROGRAMS ON TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DiahSafithri Armin
935 Using Listening Box to Maximize Learners’ Listening Comprehension Servo Patrick Kocu
907 Students and Teachers’ Perceptions towards ESP Course: A Study in a Vocational High School KhairunnisaDwinalida
877 LEGAL ENGLISH: Applying a Competency-based Curriculum in an ESP Class Slamet Wiyono
890 THE RHETORICAL STRUCTURE AND LANGUAGE FEATURES OF ABSTRACTS IN COLLEGE STUDENTS’ FINAL PROJECTS Lilik Handayani
926 Developing Decision Making Skill through Reflective Teaching in the Teaching Practicum Siane Indriani
883 Developing Authentic Assessment in ESP for Engineering Students Desi Tri Cahyaningati, S.S, M.Pd
893 STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARD THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BLENDED LEARNING Nina Sofiana
866 Becoming EFL teachers in Central Java: The ambivalence experienced by EFL pre-service teachers Koesoemo Ratih
943 Gender Preferences in Using English Adjective Words in Descriptive Text Nida Husna
889 USING LOCAL-BASED CHARACTERS AND VALUES IN LITERATURE COURSE (POETRY AND PROSE FICTION) Kadek Sonia Piscayanti
983 THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHARACTER-BASED ENGLISH SYLLABUS FOR KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS IN BENGKULU CITY WismaYunita
919 IMPROVING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING IN UNDERSTANDING READING MATERIAL THROUGH BLOOM’S TAXONOMY QUESTIONING STRATEGY IN ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (ESP) CLASS Mayuasti
962 DO WE HAVE TO LEAVE K13? TitisAgungingTyas
925 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF RUBRIC TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ CONFIDENCE IN WRITING E. Ngestirosa. EWK
942 PANORAMA: A Passage to Second Language Content-Area Reading IkaFitriani
860 The Use of Cooperative Learning Technique in Teaching Reading Comprehension of the English Education Department Students of UNIMA Livianni Lambe
936 LESSON STUDY: BUILDING COMPETITIVE LEARNING MODEL(CASE STUDY IN A POETRY CLASS OF 3RD SEMESTER ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS UNNES ACADEMIC YEAR 2014/2015) Prayudias Margawati
974 The Man Who Was Almost a Man in the Prose Classroom: Analyzing Short Story in Language Teaching Bambang Purwanto
897 ERRORS IN WRITING A THESIS STATEMENT MADE BY STUDENTS OF ENGLISH DEPARTMENT UDAYANA UNIVERSITY Ni Ketut Sri Rahayuni
946 Students’ Attitude towards Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR) Alief Noor Farida
898 Bringing 21stCentury skills into the young English learner’s classroom Frances Treloar

 

ID TITLE / AUTHOR
2028 The Shifting Roles of EYL Teachers in The Digital Native Era: A case Study on Teacher Prespectives at ‘TK Restu’, Malang Kindergarten Karina Sari
1005 ENHANCING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING IN COMPREHENDING TEXT THROUGH CDA Dwijani Ratnadewi
2026 PUTTING ENGLISH AS A LOCAL CONTENT SUBJECT IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS: TEACHERS’ BELIEF AND ITS IMPACT ON THEIR TEACHING DELIVERY Iskandar
2082 Investigating STMT (Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Transportasi) students’ attitudes towards learning English for transportation and logistics Novi Indah Susanthi, S.Pd, MM / Hanifah, M.Si
986 Teachers’ Views on Communicative Language Teaching: A Case Study of Twelve Indonesian Junior High Schools YUYUN YULIA
2017 Developing a Students’ Need-Based English Teaching (Reading) Material: An Initial Study at English Education Department of IAIN SMH Banten Eulis Rahmawati
1022 TOUR IN EFL SPEAKING CLASS Deny Efita Nur Rakhmawati
992 PREDICTING ENGLISH PERFORMANCE OF POLYTECHNIC STUDENTS BY USING TOEIC SCORE AND STUDENT PERCEPTION ABOUT ACADEMIC MOTIVATION Sri Endah Kusmartini
1027 Exploring The Summative and Formative Assessment Applied in English for Specific Purposes Classroom Nurhaeni, Alma Prisilya
2068 AN ANALYSIS OF SPEECH INTRODUCTION: A CASE STUDY OF ENGLISH STUDENTS AT BUNG HATTA UNIVERSITY YusritaYanti / Nova Rina
990 The Use of Interactive Multimedia in ELT to Enhance Students’ Autonomous Learning Ari Setyorini / Masulah
2088 MULTIMODAL PEDAGOGY IN TEFLIN CONTEXTS DIDI SUHERDI
1008 FOSTERING LEARNER AUTONOMY IN GRAMMAR CLASS Siti Aisyiyah
2072 ENHANCING STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY THROUGH ENGLISH BUSINESS MEETING SIMULATION IN ESP SETTING Titien Indrianti
2071 A RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATION ON ENGLISH LEARNING MATERIALS TO FACILITATESTUDENTS’ LEARNING Sukarno
2031 REVISITING STRATEGIC COMPETENCE: IMPLICATIONS FOR ASSESSING L2 LEARNERS Lilla Musyahda
2060 A STUDY ON STUDENTS’ ABILITY IN TRANSLATING ENGLISH TEXT Titin Suhartini Kaaba
2029 Assessing Students’ Performance in the English Speech Contest Khoiriyah
2065 CHAIN STORY MOBILE AND CHATTERBOX GAME TO IMPROVE THE STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENTS IN SENTENCE BUILDING Yudi Limanto
2002 LOGIC QUESTION IN   EFL CLASSROOM TEACHING AgisAndriani
2053 DEVELOPING STRATEGIES OF TEACHING LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS TO BLIND YOUNG LEARNERS IN NONFORMAL EDUCATION Silvester Goridus Sukur
1023 Developing Self- and Peer Assessment on Student’s Critical Thinking Reading and Writing Perwi Darmajanti
2046 SPEAKING SKILL THROUGH DEMONSTRATIVE SPEECH Pipit Rahayu
2079 THE STRATEGY OF ENGLISH TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Sri Marmoah
2069 IN ENGLISH LEARNING AND TEACHING INTERACTION AT THE INTERNATIONAL ORIENTED SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Noor Chairani
2032 LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES USED BY ENGINEERING STUDENTS Luh Mas Ariyati
2011 USING DIGITAL CAMERA IN PROJECT-BASED WRITING INSTRUCTION TO DEVELOP THE WRITING ABILITY OF THE EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SMP NEGERI 17 PALEMBANG Desi Surayatika
2022 The Need Analysis of Maritime English Writing Material through Genre Based Approach for Maritime Education and Training Students in Indonesia I Wy.Dirgeyasa
2073 TEACHING ENGLISH FOR YOUNG LEARNERS THROUGH BLENDED LEARNING MODEL Husni Mubarok
1003 SYSTEMIC ANALYSIS OF TEXT APPRAISAL ON STUDENTS’THESES WRITING Magdalena Ngongo
1002 THE APPLICATION OF DIRECT METHOD IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO IMPROVE JAPANESE STUDENT’S SPEAKING SKILL Ni Luh Nyoman Seri Malini
2049 The Influence of   Teachers’ Pedagogical and Professional Competences on Students’ English Achievemen at Twelfth Grade of Public SMA in Kupang East Nusa Tenggara. Rachmi F Suryadi, M.Pd
1016 DEVELOPING AUN-QA-BASED LEARNING OUTCOMES OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGSTUDY PROGRAMS Nur Hayati
2014 Effectiveness of ITSDRAS in Developing Children’s Reading Habit, Sight Words, and Literacy Chuzaimah Dahlan Diem