Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Languages and Arts (ICLA 2017)

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Developing Worksheets for Fine Art Materials by Using Discovery Learning Model Based on the Scientific Approach

Wisdiarman WISDIARMAN, Abd. HAFIZ, Suib AWRUS, Zubaidah ZUBAIDAH
Worksheets, one of the instructional media, have to be prepared before teaching since they affect the teaching and learning process. The 2013 curriculum requires the learning implementation to be applied based on the scientific approach including the development of worksheets. However, it has not yet...

Model of Contextual-Based Semantics Learning Materials (Research and Development at Indonesian Language and Literature Education Department, Faculty of Teachers Training and Education Batanghari University Jambi)

Afif ROFII
The aim of this study is to develop a model of contextual-based semantics learning material. The need analysis was carried out by interviewing and surveying the lecturers and students. This Research and Development adopts the Borg & Gall and Jolly & Bolitho models in developing the materials comprising...

Drill Method Based on PAIKEM to Improve Children's Speed-Reading Skill

Utami Dewi PRAMESTI, Malta NELISA
This article described the implementation of drill methods based PAIKEM (Pembelajaran Aktif, Inovatif, Kreatif, Efektif, dan Menyenangkan or Learning on Active, Innovative, Creative, Effective, and Joyful Learners) in order to improve fast reading skills of the learners at the Indonesia Youth Forum at...

Applying Metaphor in Writing English Scientific Texts

Rusdi Noor ROSA, Rudy SOFYAN, Bahagia TARIGAN
Most of English texts written by Indonesian students do not reflect the characteristics of English written text, even their texts resemble spoken texts conveyed through writing. A written text should be different from a spoken text for their different characteristics. The complexity of grammar in clause...

Linguistic Landscape of the Names and Cultural Values of Rumah Makan Minang

Oktavianus OKTAVIANUS, Khairil ANWAR
Rumah Makan Minang (RM Minang) is well known across Indonesia and even abroad. It can easily be found everywhere in the city and even in a small town. The linguistic landscape of the names of RM Minang is interesting to study. Besides, the various names of RM Minang also contain Minangkabau cultural...

Reflexes of Proto-Austronesia into Buru Language: Preliminary Step of Testing Collins Hypothesis (1981)

Sumarlam SUMARLAM, Djatmika DJATMIKA, Dwi PURNANTO, Burhanuddin BURHANUDDIN
This paper intends to explain two issues, the Proto-Austronesian reflex (PAN) into Buru language (Br) and its correspondence with Collins's (1981) view. A PAN top-down approach reconstructed by Blust and Trussel (2015) is employed to see the realization in Buru. The data that have been collected using...

Clitic -lah in Constructing Swear of Bengkulu-Malay Language

Eli RUSTINAR
Cliticss(clitics) -lah in Bengkulu-Malay Language (BMB) is a bound form which phonologically has its own pressure, can not be considered as a bound morpheme, has no word features, and is not bound to a particular word class. Clitics -lah tend to be enklitik. From the used of clitics -lah appear to tend...

Mothers Parenting Pattern to Her Son in Minangkabau Legend Malin Kundang: A Sociological Study

Harris Effendi THAHAR
This study aims to describe and interpret the form of mothers parenting pattern to her son in Minangkabau legend, Malin Kundang. The data resource of this research is Malin Kundang legend who lives in the Minangkabau cultural area, not only the one transcribed into a book (kaba), but also that in the...

Bundo Kanduang in Minangkabau Novels in the Old Order

Irfani BASRI, Ellya Ratna, Zulfikarni ZULFIKARNI
The aim of this research is to describe the role and position of Bundo in Minangkabau novels which written in old order and new order. The specific purpose is to describe the facts, traits and relationships between the phenomena investigated systematically, factually, and accurately. This qualitative...

Women's Rebellion towards Patriarchal Culture in Latest Indonesian Novels

Yasnur ASRI, Yenni HAYATI
This article aimed to expose the portrayal of women's rebellion inthe latest Indonesian novels through characters description. Method of the research was content analysis method to interpret literary works trough certain perspectives. Data of the study were collected from selected latest Indonesian novels...

Minangkabau Dance Form in the Context of ABS-SBK Values

Afifah ASRIATI
This article aims to get the concept of Minangkabau dance forms in the context of ABS-SBK (Adaik Basandi Syarak, Syarak Basandi Kitabullah) values. Since now on, the Ninik Mamak (mother's brother and her man relatives), scholars and clever men in West Sumatra are working to develop ideas about the philosophy...

Creative Art Learning Based On Local Culture: The Transformation of Rumah Gadang Carving become Creative Product

Agus Efi MARTHALA
Every each individual has creative thinking skill. Sometimes, many people when they want to build creative idea will face problems because of lack of exercising or experience. The sources of creative idea are the result of study and the previous creation, and also from direct observation. In creative...

Management Maintenance Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage through Public Private Partnership for The Purpose of Sustainable Tourism Destination

Heldi HELDI
The paper and study aims to explore the determinants of the success of PPP in the Management and Maintenance of tangible and intangible cultural heritage, and to identify what are the parameters of the main factors of sustainable tourism destinations. The discussion is addressed to stakeholders, institutions,...

The Contribution of Playing Music Notation toward the Development of Sound Perception on Students with Hearing Impaired

Martias Z
It can be said that Hearing Impairment caused anyone can not interacted with others. They don't understand the sound around them caused by a part or all of hearing apparatus cannot function. The teachers and therapists, especially auditory trainer at school, have also performed their training at school...

Art Education and Its Problems in Global Context

Ardipal ARDIPAL
The history of art education in children and schools in Indonesia is characterized by changes and shifts in concepts (theories) and practices. Education of children at an early age, is actually not much of an issue. There is a slow shift towards art education with a more cognitive approach occurring...

Concept of Art Education: Developing Aesthetic Sensibility, Social and Situational Awareness

Indrayuda INDRAYUDA
This article explains the concept of art education for students in public schools. Conventionally, art education has made its mark in various institution or public school that directs towards skill-based creativity. This causes many of the students in public school unable to understand and to express...

Exploring (and Contesting) Literary Knowledge: Pedagogy, Agency and Cultural Capital

John YANDELL
Authoritative voices in the Anglophone world have interpellated teachers as responsible for the transmission of an already-fixed canon: their task is thus conceptualised as both providing their students with access to such knowledge and inculcating in their students an appropriate attitude of appreciation...

Teaching Speaking through SCAS Model to Arouse Students' Patriotism

Hayati SYAFRI, Sendu ARDILA
Nowadays,many latent perils such as communism, radical ideology, and separatist movement can threaten the unity of Indonesia. Bhakti (2016) argues that the unity of Indonesia is in a disarray condition. Futhermore, other experts say that this condition happens because of the patriotism in the student's...

From Need Analysis to ELT Study Program Learning Outcome Development: Meeting the Standards of the ASEAN University Network Quality Assurance (AUN-QA)

Refnaldi REFNALDI, Fitrawati FITRAWATI, Aryuliva ADNAN
Learning outcome, within the context of higher education, is the most important element in the curriculum of a study program because all courses, learning activities, and assessment methods should be alligned with the learning outcomes. This study reports a research on mapping the program learning outcomes...

Politeness in Language by the Politicians in the Discourse of Jakarta Election

Agustina AGUSTINA
Of the 101 regions conducting the election of regional heads in Indonesia in the first quarter of 2017, apparently Jakarta election was is the most very time-consuming and attracted the most attention of not only the people Jakarta, but also throughout Indonesia in general. The election was not only...

Nick Name as a Mind Pattern Disclosure of the Minangkabaunese Community in Pariaman, West Sumatera

Ermanto ERMANTO
The purpose of this study is to express the lingual form and value of the positive and negative sense of the nickname of coastal communities in Pariaman, West Sumatra, Indonesia. The nickname is a lingual form used to refer to the physical and psychic existence of a given person. The issue of a nickname...

Local Wisdom in the Ecolexicon Used in the New Version of Karonese Traditional Game "Cengkah-Cengkah"

Bahagia TARIGAN, Rudy SOFYAN
Cengkah-cengkahused to be one of the traditional games in Karonese society, particularly those living in Salapian Sub-District, North Sumatra, Indonesia. However, it is no longer played by today's Karonese young generation as they are more attracted to today's more sophisticated games. As a matter of...

Deconstruction Analysis: The Ideas of Keeping Tradition in "No Witchcraft for Sale" by Doris Lessing

Putri Ayu REZKIYANA
A short story of Doris Lessing's "No Witchcraft for Sale"tells about a native African named Gideon working for a missionary family the Farquars. This shows how the relationship between the master and the servant go on and also how the natives are treated. The story is related to the postcolonial reading...

The Contribution of Choreographers toward the Development of Minangkabau Dance

Fuji ASTUTI
It can be said Minangkabau dance at this time is growing rapidly seen from many dances performed and produced by choreographers and students from dance department. The dance activists, especially the Minangkabau choreographers, have also performed their dance masterpieces in various media as a means...

The Impact of Community Response to the Marginalization of the Existence of Indang Arts Tradition

Susmiarti SUSMIARTI, Indrayuda INDRAYUDA
This article aims to analyze the responses of the people who think that the art of Indang is less competitive in the entertainment industry. As a result, Indang art is often viewed as having little feasibility to be sold in the entertainment industry. The consequence of this negative perspectives towards...

The Concept and Meaning of Gandang Sarunai Music as Reflected Through The Social and Cultural Activities of The Alam Surambi Sungai Pagu Community of South Solok District, West Sumatra

Esy MAESTRO, Marzam MARZAM
Gandang Sarunai is a form of traditional Minangkabau music which lives, develops and grows in the daily life of the Alam Surambi Sungai Pagu community of South Solok District, West Sumatra. During the kingdom era when Alam Surambi Sugai Pagu was still led by kings, Gandang Sarunai music was acknowledged...

Authentic Assessment in Indonesian Language Learning

Atmazaki ATMAZAKI
This study aims at explaining the process of embedding authentic, valid, practical and effective assessment models in Indonesian language learning based on local culture contexts.The development process began with preliminary research, prototyping and assessment phases.The third stage involved three...

Needs of English Teachers in Designing Instrument of Affective Assessment Based on Scientific Approach: A Challenge for Curriculum Development at 21st Century

Ira MAISARAH, M. ZAIM, Hermawati SYARIF, Bentri BENTRI
The 21st century gives positive and negative impact to education. These impacts are caused by there are many products of technology that can be used by students at school, home, and their environment. In order to face the challenges of 21st century, scientific approach is chosen as the way of teaching...

The Development of Information Literacy in Increasing the Quality of Higher Education Learning

Elva RAHMAH, Desriyeni DESRIYENI
Development of information literacy in universities is packed into various activities aimed at improving the quality of learning in universities. The quality of learning is related to the ability to identify, seek, find, evaluate, and utilize information. This ability is called information literacy....

Enhancing Elementary Level Student's Expressive Movement Capability through Creative Approach

Yuliasma YULIASMA
Dance can have great influences on children's life as it includes the physical activities as well as a medium for self-expression. However, problems usually can be found in dance education at elementary level, including the lack of interest of the student and the perception that dancing is difficult...

Reflection of Leadership Learning in Classic Stories as the Innovation of Literary Education

Abdurahman ABDURAHMAN
This paper aims to explain the reflection of leadership learning in the Minangkabau (Indonesia) classic story in which leadership learning is described as having made a good leader called "penghulu". The phenomenon of leadership learning in classical stories is an interesting phenomenon to discuss because...

Teaching English Literature in the 'Contact Zone': Speaking Back to 'Official Nationalism'

Desvalini ANWAR
The concept of a national identity is 'dialogical' (Bahktin, 1981) emerging out of a heteroglossic environment, and so means different things to different people. This means that nationalism is not something natural, as though a feeling of national identity and belonging simply inheres within people,...

Cooperative Integrated Reading and Composition (CIRC) Technique in Writing Subject of EFL Context

Zia Hisni MUBARAK, Gaguk RUDIANTO
This research is based on the teaching experience of EFL students in Batam where almost of them are workers from industrial sector. They have little time to read the material and study for the subject since they have to manage their time for both studying and working. By seeing the fact, the researchers...

Stepping Up the English Speaking Proficiency of Hospitality Students through Video Blogs (Vlogs)

Siska Amelia MALDIN, Syailendra Reza Irwansyah REZEKI
Nowadays, there is a greater trend in EFL teaching where technology is integrated in the classroom to improve communicative environment during language learning which trigger English instructors who work in ESP language teaching to create a teaching technique that can improve the communication skills...

Acquisition of Single Sentence by Children 4 Years Old through Traditional Games

Yulianti RASYID, Utami Dewi PRAMESTI
The purpose of this paper is to describe the acquisition of singular sentences by child aged 4 years while playing traditional games in Parak Laweh. This research is a case study with qualitative-descriptive method. The data of this study are the clauses and sentences spoken by a child when interacting...

Enhancing Students' Speaking Skill through Concept Mapping Strategy

Luli Sari YUSTINA, Mukhaiyar MUKHAIYAR
This paper discuses the enhancing of students' speaking skill through concept mapping strategy. Speaking skill is one skill to be mastered by university students especially in Speaking III. In this subject, students expressed his thoughts, ideas, opinions, and feelings to others verbally. In other hand,...

The Analysis of Student's Writing Abilities of Kanji at Japanese Education Study Program of UNP

Nova YULIA
The background of this research is the importance of mastering Kanji in learning Japanese since most Japanese transcriptions use it. However, the large number of Kanji characters makes it difficult for the students to understand it. This research is done due to the importance of mastering Kanji for Japanese...

Reflex PAN to Buli in North Maluku

Burhanuddin BURHANUDDIN, Nur AHMADI, Ratna YULIDA
Buli language belongs to one of Austronesian languages, South Halmahera-West New Guinea, the Subgroup of South Halmahera. As a member of Austronesian languages, this article intends to present linguistic evidence, phonological aspects which may clarify and highlight the issues. The explanation to the...

Author Identity and the Struggle for Power in Seratus Hari Keliling Indonesia, Kompas TV

Syahrul RAMADHAN, Vani AFRILIA
This study is a discourse-based work which analyses the author identity construction in the novel Seratus Hari Keliling Indonesia (Seratus HKI) Kompas TV in order to reveal the authors' struggle for power. The data of this study is obtained from f the vocabulary found in the Seratus HKI Kompas TV. Using...

Turn Taking Strategy to Maintain Women`s Self Image in Peri Kopi Novel Written by Yetti A.K.A

Putri Dian AFRINDA
This paper contains a discussion about the turn taking strategies used by the characters to defend women`s self-image in the Peri Kopi novel written by Yetti A.K.A. The purpose of this study is to decribe the story the turn taking strategies used in the novel, and what image of the women, as character,...

Hedging in Refusal Speech Act

Ngusman Abdul MANAF, Ermanto ERMANTO
The refusal speech act is quite risky to lose the face of the addressee. As far as observation of the author, refusal speech act has been frequently studied, but hedging in refusal speech act has not been thoroughly studied. Thus, this article was written to explain hedging in the refusal speech act....

Lingual to Visual Transformation of Hujan Bulan Juni

Dini FAISAL, Utami Dewi PRAMESTI, Yulianti RASYID
Hujan Bulan Juni was first published as a poem in 1994, and later in 2013 a short comic with similar title was created by a comic artist. This paper analyzes similarities between the poem, which is in lingual form and the short comic, which is in visual form. The purpose of this research is to understand...

Women's Rejection toward Patriarchy Culture: A Feminism Study in Selected Indonesian Novels

Yasnur ASRI
The focus of this study is on the form and the motif of women rejection toward the product of patriarchy culture. Method of the research is descriptive-analysis by taking data sources from six selected Indonesian novels. The purpose of this study is to describe the form and the motif of women's rejection...

Presenting Artistic Performance: Considering Management & Product

Rahmah BUJANG
The paper sets out to emphasize the importance and symbiosis between management and product derived in developing an artistic presentation. An artistic performance is the result of group effort working together in consonance. To achieve that there need to be, firstly, knowledge ownership in the creative...

Scoring Rubric as the Authentic Assessment Used by the English Teachers to Run the National Curriculum in South Sumatera, Indonesia

Elsina SIHOMBING, Jufrizal JUFRIZAL, Syafri ANWAR
Dealing with K-13 curriculum, one main point that makes it differs from other is one of its element, it is measurement standard, using authentic assessment. Authentic assessment recommends Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) as one of the methods of learning at schools. Contextual learning is a concept...

Teachers' Practices in Using Authentic Assessment in Speaking at Grade IX of SMPN 12 Padang

M. ZAIM, Zul AMRI, Fenni Ronella ASRI
This research aims to find out about the types of oral language assessment used by the teachers in their practices, the ways in applying those assessment tasks, and the problems faced by the teachers during the assessment processes. The method used in this research is descriptive. The data were collected...

The Information Literacy Model of Library Users in Supporting Tridharma

Malta NELISA, Ardoni ARDONI
This paper aims to explain the information literacy model of library users at UniversitasNegeri Padang (UNP) and UniversitasAndalas (Unand). The method used is qualitative descriptive through the review of the information literacy model which includes the starting, chaining, browsing, differentiating,...

Teaching Literature: Musicals' Application in Understanding the Poem for Students in High School

Erisa KURNIATI
This article writes about the poem which is one of the literature in which every word contains the meaning of unreal. Every word written in a poem is a beauty that contains a million dependent meanings that read it. But now days, not many can live the poetry so that most of them cannot understand the...

Designing English for Civil Engineering Students

Sukma YUDISTIRA, M. ZAIM, Hamzah HAMZAH
Technology and economic developments are in line with the need of English skills for specific fields, including English for Civil Engineering. In preparation for graduates, Civil Engineering Department of Universitas Negeri Padang provides English for Civil Engineering course. The acceptance of graduates...

Developing English Learning Materials Based on Students' Needs for Hotel Management Study Program Students at Universitas Negeri Padang

Elismawati ELISMAWATI, Mukhaiyar MUKHAIYAR
The development of the global tourism industry rapidly, make the importance of English ability for specific fields of work, including hotel management. For preparing the graduates, Hotel Management Study Program UNP provides English Profession 1, 2, and 3 subject. Unfortunately, implementation does not...