https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/issue/feed IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics 2024-03-03T02:46:11+00:00 Prof. Dr. Teguh Budiharso profteguhbudiharso@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <table class="data" width="100%" bgcolor="faf2f2"> <tbody> <tr valign="top"> <td width="30%">Journal title</td> <td width="70%"><a href="https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2502-8278#">IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics</a></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="30%">Initials</td> <td width="70%">IJOTL-TL</td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="30%">Frequency</td> <td width="70%"><a style="text-decoration: none;" href="https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/issue/archive">3 issues per year (January, May, and September)</a></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="30%">DOI</td> <td width="70%">prefix 10.30957</td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="30%">Print ISSN</td> <td width="70%"><strong><a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1452481061" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2502-2326</a>&nbsp;</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="30%">Online ISSN</td> <td width="70%"><strong><a href="https://issn.lipi.go.id/terbit/detail/1456223420" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2502-8278</a> </strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="30%">Editor-in-chief</td> <td width="70%">Prof. Dr. Teguh Budiharso, IAIN Surakarta, Indonesia l<strong><a href="https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&amp;user=Ckoz6QgAAAAJ" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Google Scholar</a></strong> l&nbsp;<strong><a href="https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=57208167013" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Scopus</a></strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="30%">Publisher &amp; Organizer</td> <td width="70%"><a style="text-decoration: none;" href="http://soloclcs.org" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Center of Language and Cultural Studies</a></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p><strong>IJOTL-TL (Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics)</strong> &nbsp;published quarterly in <strong>January, May, and September. </strong>We invite original Research paper and Theoretical Review or Conceptual Review with a wide range of topics in the area of education and teaching in primary school, secondary school, and higher educations is covered, including but not limited to:</p> <ol> <li class="show">Language and linguistics</li> <li class="show">Language teaching</li> <li class="show">Language curriculum and pedagogy</li> <li class="show">Language assessment and evaluation</li> <li class="show">Language teaching methodology</li> <li class="show">Language teaching materials and development</li> <li class="show">Language instructional designs</li> <li class="show">Literature, culture, and translation studies</li> <li class="show">Linguistics studies</li> <li class="show">Studies in pragmatics, discourse analysis, psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics</li> </ol> <p><em><strong>Although articles are written in English, the Journal welcomes studies dealing with the teaching of languages other than English as well. Research on the culture of various perspectives as well as linguistics is also welcome.</strong></em></p> <p>Papers submitted must be written in English in the length of <strong>4,000 to 8,000</strong> words including references for the original paper and between <strong>3,500 to 5,000</strong> words excluding references for the review paper as defined in the author’s guidelines.&nbsp; The paper must not have been published or being considered for publication elsewhere, except circulated as conference presentations, nor should they be submitted simultaneously to another journal. <strong>IJOTL-TL</strong> can exceptionally accept shorter or longer manuscripts, provided that the scientific content is of high value. Please ensure that your papers must be editable in the form of Microsoft word 2000/2003 (doc) or Microsoft word 2007/2010 (Docx) using Times New Roman in a 12 point font.&nbsp;</p> <p>Paper can be submitted through OJS on <a href="http://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org</a>; and email: <a href="mailto:cendekiaoslo@gmail.com">ijoltl@gmail.com</a>.&nbsp;</p> <p>Website: <a href="http://soloclcs.org/">soloclcs.org</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/766 The perception of emotions in L1 and L2 among Arabic-English bilinguals: A qualitative investigation 2024-03-03T02:45:54+00:00 Dina Almadanat dinamdanat@gmail.com Kholoud Almadanat kholoudmdanat@gmail.com <p>Emotions in the context of bilingualism present a complex and dynamic field of study (Dewaele, 2014). The current research examines the emotional experiences of ten Jordanian international Ph.D. students in Hungary, who are proficient in English as their second language (L2). Participants, contacted through social media, represent a diverse group of both genders, aged between 25 and 28. The study follows a qualitative research design. Semi-structured interviews were conducted to delve into the participants' emotional perceptions and expressions. By conducting open-ended interviews, the research aims to gain profound insights into how bilingual individuals experience and articulate emotions in their daily lives. The findings contribute to the broader exploration of the emotional dynamics experienced by bilingual individuals, highlighting the significance of personal and cultural factors in shaping emotional experiences. This research holds relevance not only for academics and researchers in the field of bilingualism but also for educators, counselors, and policymakers, as it provides a deeper understanding of the emotional aspects of language use in multicultural and multilingual contexts. Additionally, the study adds a valuable perspective to the existing body of knowledge on bilingualism and emotions, ultimately enriching our comprehension of this intricate phenomenon.</p> 2024-01-12T12:27:52+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/769 Writing Competence and Lexical Diversity in EFL Context of Hungarian and Jordanian University Students 2024-03-03T02:45:36+00:00 Ahmad Naji naji.ahmad@phd.uni-pannon.hu Ibrahim Rawshdeh rawshdeh@phd.uni-pannon.hu <p>This study investigates the relationship between lexical diversity (LD) and writing competence in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) among 66 Hungarian and 64 Jordanian university students. After completing a bilingual language profile, participants wrote narratives following a silent film and were analyzed using Text Inspector. Results showed a significant positive correlation between writing competence scores and LD measures (VocD and MTLD) in both groups, with slightly higher scores for Hungarians. The Hungarian group had more participants at the C1 level, while Jordanians were predominant at B2. Gender differences in LD and writing competence were observed but not statistically significant. This research provides practical insights for educators, highlighting the correlation between writing competence and LD, and offering implications for effective language-learning strategies in the EFL context.</p> 2024-01-12T12:37:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/773 The Use of Code-Mixing and Code-Switching: Challenge Identification in Language Online Mass Media 2024-03-03T02:45:18+00:00 Ratna Susanti ratnasusanti19@poltekindonusa.ac.id Haryanto Haryanto haryanto@unisnu.ac.id Iswahyu Pranawukir prana1enator@gmail.com Muh Safar safarmuhammad785@gmail.com Indra Tjahyadi indratjahyadi@upm.ac.id <p>This study is aimed at investigating types of code-mixing and code-switching as challenges in language identification in online mass media. Journalists mostly mix language to emphasize particular topics and to reiterate them as well. It becomes a challenging task to identify automatic language used with special language. It is focused on articles published in the mass media in Tempo Magazine 2023, in which the media illustrate Indonesian news, the economy, and politics. The method of qualitative research is used to describe the use of code-mixing and code-switching as challenge identification in mass media with documentary techniques. The technique conducted involves reading, studying, identifying, classifying, and analyzing data. Codified standardized English proposes intra-sentential switching, inter-sentential switching, tag switching, and intra-word switching. Meanwhile, the types of code-mixing, insertion, alternation, and congruent lexicalization are identified and analyzed. The data analysis used a process of organizing, analyzing, and interpreting qualitative data into code-switching and code-mixing classifications. The study result is found that 14 code-mixing and code-switching were found</p> 2024-01-12T12:43:58+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/765 Identification of English Needs for Taekwondo Athletes in Palu Through ESP 2024-03-03T02:44:59+00:00 Rif'ah Zakhiyah rifahzakhiyah@gmail.com Jamiluddin Jamiluddininggris@yahoo.co.id Aminah Suriaman amisuriaman@gmail.com <p>The objectives of this research are to identify the perceptions of coaches/stakeholders and <br>athletes about ESP for athlete career development, and to analyze the English needs for <br>taekwondo athletes. This research uses a descriptive qualitative method. The respondents <br>from this research amounted to 25 people consisting of 13 coaches/stakeholders and 12 <br>athletes. The first result of this research is coaches/stakeholders and athletes stating that <br>English has an important role in the career development of Taekwondo athletes. The second, <br>analysis of the athletes' ESP needs including, 1) In the weaknesses section, the majority of <br>coaches/stakeholders stated that taekwondo athletes could not speak English but this was <br>denied by the athletes where the majority of them stated that they were interested and could <br>speak a little English but because they do not realize its importance for the development of <br>their careers as athletes and there is no environmental support that facilitates them to speak <br>English. 2) In the Needs section, the aspects of ESP need in Taekwondo athletes that are the <br>main concern for their development are speaking and listening skills. 3) The majority of <br>coaches/stakeholders and athletes agree that after learning English, they want the athletes to <br>be able to communicate in English well.</p> 2024-01-12T12:49:31+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/768 The Implementation of Oral Presentation to Enhance Students’ Speaking Skills at Islamic University Jepara 2024-03-03T02:44:42+00:00 Noviyanti Noor Rizqi 201320000526@unisnu.ac.id Haryanto Haryanto haryanto@unisnu.ac.id <p>The varied effects of oral presentations on students' speaking abilities and language learning are examined in this study. The research examines students' viewpoints and the difficulties they face during presenting sessions using thorough assessment criteria that cover accuracy, fluency, topic, and presentation. The results show that oral presentations are viewed by students as a useful method for expanding their vocabulary, comprehending the English language structure, and becoming more proficient overall. Even if some students struggle with confidence, they actively look for pertinent references to enhance the quality of their presentations. The study concludes that oral presentations have a major impact on how well pupils can talk. Future directions for research and instructional strategies are explored.</p> 2024-01-12T12:54:09+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/767 The Analysis of Maxim Violation in Generation Z Conversation on WhatsApp 2024-03-03T02:46:11+00:00 Siti Nur Akyuni 32siti9c@gmail.com Siti Aisyah siti.aisyah.yes@gmail.com Endah Alamsari Andayani lastiarsitinjak@gmail.com <p>A good conversation is one that has rules. According to Grace's theory (1975), there are four rules of conversation, namely, the maxim of quantity, the maxim of quality, the maxim of relation, and the maxim of manner. In fact, Generation Z often ignores these rules when having conversations. The purpose of this research is to find out the types of maxims violated by Generation Z on WhatsApp. This study used qualitative research methods. The selected participants were Generation Z, namely five students of the English Education Department class of 2020 C. The reason for selecting these participants was because, currently, the majority of Generation Z is at the tertiary level. Document analysis and content analysis were used as data collection techniques. Condensing, presenting the data, and drawing conclusions are all parts of the data analysis process. The result is that the majority of Generation Z violates all types of maxims, and the most dominant is the maxim of relation. In conclusion, even though Generation Z has learned the rules of conversation, the fact is that in carrying out conversations, Generation Z does not apply the existing rules, so conversations become ineffective.</p> 2024-01-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/776 The Role of Applied Linguistics in Language Attrition at a Bilingual School 2024-03-03T02:44:24+00:00 I Nengah Laba laba@undhirabali.ac.id Ni Putu Nia Krisna Dewi laba@undhirabali.ac.id Raisya Syahma Aqila laba@undhirabali.ac.id <p>This paper examines the role of applied linguistics of language attrition in bilingual school. It explores the field of applied linguistics, with a particular emphasis on the role of language attrition in bilingual educational environments. This study discusses the theoretical foundations of applied linguistics and language attrition.&nbsp;Qualitative descriptive method is used to analyze the data. The result of this study shows that applied linguistics has an important role to solving the problems caused by language attrition. The research, grounded in theoretical frameworks such as Applied Linguistics, Language Attrition, the Matrix Language Frame (MLF) Hypothesis, and Sociolinguistic Perspective, provides a comprehensive understanding of the underlying mechanisms of language attrition. The significance of applied linguistics in addressing language attrition is emphasized by the study. It offers research methods, theoretical underpinnings, and useful tactics for language preservation and improvement. Community-based initiatives, educational interventions, and language assessment all benefit from applied linguistics. Additionally, it draws attention to the useful ramifications of language attrition in bilingual education and provides strategies for successful interventions that preserve linguistic diversity.</p> 2024-01-24T08:58:03+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/772 Codeswitching among Trilingual Maghreb International Students: Maghreb-Arabic, French, English 2024-03-03T02:44:06+00:00 Ahmad Awawdeh ahmadjazz2018@gmail.com <p>This article reports on a study of the codeswitches produced by three Maghreb Arabic-French-English adult speakers in their informal conversation. The corpus of the data consists of natural data collected by means of audio-recording. The researcher undertook a quantitative analysis of the participants’ codeswitches to examine the frequency, patterns and linguistic combinations of these codeswitches. The findings revealed that participants engaged in multilingual communication, with a preference for Maghreb Arabic, though they demonstrated proficiency in French and English. While CS occurred at varying rates among participants, the study identified diverse and complex CS patterns, including both intrasentential and intersentential switches. Notably, participants frequently alternated languages within their turns, with the majority of switches occurring between Maghreb Arabic and French, as well as Maghreb Arabic and English. However, about 12.7% of intrasentential switches involved all three languages. This study offers trilingual data that researchers can use for comparative analyses and reference in their own investigations.</p> 2024-01-30T02:29:57+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/775 A DEIXIS ANALYSIS OF THE SONG LYRICS DYNAMITE PERFORMED BY BANGTAN SONYEONDAN 2024-03-03T02:43:48+00:00 cahaya ayu anisa caca cahayaanisa33@gmail.com <p>This study aimed to analyze the types of deixis found in the song lyrics of Dynamite by Bangtan Sonyeondan and the function of the deixis, which was used in the song lyrics of Dynamite performed by Bangtan Sonyeondan. This research used the deixis theory from George Yule. The researcher used a descriptive-qualitative method through library research. The song lyrics for Dynamite, performed by Bangtan Sonyeondan, were the basis of this research. The data collection was downloaded from the internet, and it was analyzed by listening to a song, reading the script of the song lyrics, and identifying, classifying, and drawing conclusions. The findings of the study showed that the researcher found that there are 3 types of deixis, namely person deixis, spatial deixis, and temporal deixis. The appearance frequency of person deixis is 51 times, while spatial deixis is 17 times, and temporal deixis is 14 times. The function of person deixis is more directed at indicating or mentioning the person. In addition, there are indications of repetition of the use of the noun in the song lyric line; through pragmatic analysis, it turns out that the repetition of the word has a different meaning.</p> 2024-01-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics https://ijotl-tl.soloclcs.org/index.php/ijoltl/article/view/781 Exploring Subordinate Clauses In The Story Of An Hour 2024-03-03T02:43:31+00:00 Wa’özisökhi Nazara nazara@stba-prayoga.ac.id <p>This is a brief analysis of subordinate clauses found in Kate Chopin’s <em>The Story of an Hour</em>. Three types of clauses were identified according to their function within the complex sentences to which they belong. The three types are complement clauses, relative clauses, and adverbial clauses. Complement clauses are marked by <em>that.</em> Relative clauses are introduced by <em>that, who, which, </em>or<em> whose. </em>Adverbial clauses are marked by<em> as </em>or<em> when.</em> In terms of their structural types, two types of clauses were found: finite and non-finite clauses.</p> 2024-02-03T09:06:05+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 IJOTL-TL: Indonesian Journal of Language Teaching and Linguistics