Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Languages and Arts across Cultures (ICLAAC 2022)
I. G. A. Lokita Purnamika Utami, Ni Putu Era Marsakawati
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at The 2nd International Conference on Languages and Arts across Cultures (ICLAAC) conference on 28–29 September 2022 in Singaraja. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the Scientific Committee and approved by the...
Luh Putu Sri Ariyani, Tuty Maryati, Anantawikrama Tungga Atmadja
This study aims to obtain knowledge about cultural preservation through the use of traditional attire in Balinese weddings. In Balinese wedding rituals, the selection of traditional attire types has been used starting from the procession of making pre-wedding photos to the implementation of the wedding...
Developing Sign Language Digital Dictionary “Kolok-Indonesian-English” Through Smart Kolok Application as a Media for Learning and Preserving a Natural Sign Language in Bengkala Village
Ni Putu Ayu Pirdayanti, Ni Ketut Anggriani, Komang Jepri Kusuma Jaya, I Wayan Pardi
Kolok Bengkala language is used by dumb and deaf people in Bengkala to communicate with each other or with normal people in general. Sign language that prioritizes nonverbal aspects will take a long time to learn if using conventional learning methods such as reading books or just looking at explanatory...
I Made Sutama, I Dewa Gede Budi Utama
This study aims (1) to find out the pattern of ICT utilization in learning of writing in public high schools in Buleleng Regency and (2) to know the effectiveness of its application. The study used a developmental research design. One class was chosen at SMAN 1 Singaraja and at SMAN 3 Singaraja as the...
Putu Ayu Prabawati Sudana, Putu Dika Pratiwi
This paper reports research results on task-based needs analysis for English correspondence course in hotel context for vocational students in university level. A task-based analysis on the needs of the course was conducted to identify the real needs of English correspondence that hotel staffs conduct...
Ni Putu Era Marsakawati, I Ketut Semarayasa
This article addresses how pre-service teachers who had been introduced to basic teaching skills implemented their explaining skills in online teaching. To achieve this aim, a qualitative approach, in particular, a case study research design was applied. The research participants were four student teachers...
I. G. A. Lokita Purnamika Utami, Putu Yoga Sathya Pratama
Almost all elements of education were affected by the epidemics of covid-19, which resulted in significant educational disruption. Teachers and students have experienced a variety of changes that have led them to reconstruct the most recent educational paradigm, which is indeed appealing to discuss academically....
Rima Andriani Sari, Ni Putu Era Marsakawati, Elly Herliyani
In Indonesia, there is a significant increase on the number of new students in the vocational education. This significant increase demands improvement in the skills possessed by students, including digital literacy skills. This study aims to map the digital literacy skills of vocational study program...
Japanese Language E-Learning Readiness During the Covid-19 Pandemic at High Schools in Buleleng Regency
Kadek Eva Krishna Adnyani, Desak Made Sri Mardani, Ni Nengah Suartini, Yeni
The purpose of this study was to analyze the Japanese Language E-Learning Readiness (ELR) of students, teachers, and materials from the perspective of high school students in Buleleng Regency who participated in online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The research approach used is a qualitative...
Ni Luh Putu Sri Adnyani, Ni Komang Arie Suwastini
Language and power are two different domains. However, as language is an instrument of communication and power is an organizing principle in every society, language and power become an interest of study in the field of sociolinguistics. Thus, this paper focused on how power is enacted through language...
Ni Luh Putu Eka Sulistia Dewi
Self-assessment gives students opportunity to be involved on the assessment process not only for the writing process but also to help students predict their writing performance. For this reason, this research and development study was aimed at developing self-assessment checklist as an instrument for...
Dewa Putu Ramendra, Ida Bagus Putra Yasa, Gede Mahendrayana
This research is part of an effort to map grammatical errors in students’ writings of English Education Study Program in the academic year 2020/2021. This research was conducted through a mixed method design because the data were analyzed using quantitative percentage and error descriptions. The total...
Benefits of Idiom Construction on Vocabulary Development in Indonesian Dictionary: Study of Lexical Semantic
Krismonika Khoirunnisa, Oktavia Winda Lestari, Islam Ragab Abdelhamid Shehata, Siti Zumrotul Maulida
This article aims to examine the usefulness of idiom construction for vocabulary development in KBBI. The objectives of this study are (1) to describe examples of idiom in the KBBI and (2) to describe the usefulness of idioms contained in the KBBI. The data in this study are examples of idioms found...
Lingual Units in the Mitoni Ritual in Javanese Society in Lamongan District: An Ethnolinguistic Study
Oktavia Lestari, Krismonika Khoirunnisa, Mohamad Jazeri
This study seeks to explain the from of the lingual unit, analyze the cultural meaning and explain the function of the lingual unit in the mitoni ritual in the Javanese society in Lamongan Regency. This research is ethnolinguistic explains the relationship between language and culture in Lamongan Regency....
Putu Kerti Nitiasih, I Nyoman Adi Jaya Putra, Luh Gd Rahayu Budiarta, Ni Luh Putu Era Adnyayanti, Gede Suadnya Suastika
Online learning provided benefits and problems in education, especially in junior high schools in the Kubutambahan district. There were problems at SMPN 2 Kutambahan and SMPN 5 Kubutambahan. The learning provides technological knowledge and can improve the quality of learning. However, students and parents...
I Wayan Artika
This study aims to examine the representation of the oppressed class in the poetry of Lekra (Lembaga Kebudajaan Rakjat, Institute of People's Culture, 1950–1965) through diction analysis created by poets. Qualitative descriptive approach was chosen as the basis of solving the problem. The data was...
I Nyoman Adi Jaya Putra, Luh Gd Rahayu Budiarta, Ni Luh Putu Era Adnyayanti
This study aimed to develop an authentic assessment rubric based on HOTS learning Activities for EFL Teachers in 6th grade of the elementary school in Buleleng Regency. These activities were developed based on the syntax of 21st-century learning models such as discovery-based learning, problem-based...
I. K. Paramarta, G. Indrawan, Ida Bagus Rai, I Nengah Martha
The background of this research was based on the lack of adequate research results to describe bound vowel graphemes in the Balinese script writing system with all its complexities. The purpose of this research was to decipher bound vowel graphemes and their behavior in a writing system based on Balinese...
I Nyoman Sila, Agus Sudarmawan
Prasi as a traditional artwork has unique characteristics by displaying the identity of Balinese art and culture. Prasi is a manuscript on palm leaves with illustrations of wayang, sometimes accompanied by short text using Balinese characters. Prasi has aesthetic and classical value because the materials...
The Implementation of Project-Based Assessment Rubric in Elementary School Students English Teaching at Buleleng Regency
Putu Kerti Nitiasih, Luh Gd Rahayu Budiarta, Luh Metri Sulistya Sudeni
This study aimed to investigate and describe the implementation of project-based assessment rubrics in the English assessment process for elementary school students at Buleleng Regency. This study focused on the learning process that used project-based learning as a learning method and focused on how...
I Ketut Supir
Pre-colonial Balinese art is dominated by wayang themes which contain symbolic meanings to be dedicated to the interests of Hinduism. After the Dutch colonial rule over Bali, the theme of wayang was replaced with the theme of everyday life with the aim of enjoying its visual beauty. Even though it has...
Ni Made Rai Wisudariani, Ni Luh Putu Sri Adnyani, Sang Ayu Putu Sriasih, Ni Putu Seniwati, I Made Wisnugiri
This study aims to analyze the teacher’s problems in implementing inclusive classroom learning for the deaf-speech at a public elementary school in Bengkala Buleleng. This study used a descriptive qualitative research design. The subjects in this study were teachers and third-grade SD Negeri 2 Bengkala....
Ida Ayu Made Darmayanti, Ade Asih Susiari Tantri
This qualitative descriptive study aims to analyze the operational steps taken by the teacher and the learning outcomes of students in class XI DPIB1 SMKN 3 Singaraja regarding the use of Microsoft Teams as a Learning Management System in Indonesian language learning. The subjects of this study were...
Kadek Wirahyuni, I Nengah Martha
Learning the first language outside of school generally goes smoothly, children’s language skills develop well but learning the first language in class, the child’s language skills develop slowly. The same thing happens in learning a language and a second language. Learning a second language outside...
Empowering the Students’ Reading Comprehension Through Multicultural Based Reading Task in EFL Setting
Novita Eka Tristiana, Seftika, Fatma Yuniarti, Rahmatika Kayyis
Learning a language means learning its culture. Culture appears through the interaction and the patterns of behavior, cognitive constructs, and affective understanding in the socialization process. In EFL setting, introducing multicultural understanding can be implemented by giving appropriate reading...
The Journey of Pemalang Culinary Specialties in Historical Perspective
Ilham Nur Utomo, Neilia Kamal
Culinary is a cultural product that also represents the identity of a community. Nowadays, Pemalang culinary specialties are increasingly recognized among the public. However, there’s always good news wrapped up in bad news. Many people still do not know the historical background of these culinary specialties....
Code-Switching: A Means to Alleviate Mathematics Instruction to Learners with Limited English Proficiency
Edward Joseph R. Celario
The Philippines is an archipelago that has been colonized by a number of countries over the years. One of the consequences of colonization is that the Philippine language has been influenced; it is evident in both formal and informal conversation of Filipinos. Even today, their impacts are still visible...
Mukhammad Isnaeni, Evi Maha Kastri
This study was conducted to investigate the impact of mobile learning in using Kahoot!, especially on students’ vocabulary mastery, interest and motivation for novices’ learners. The participants of this study were students from grade six from one of elementary schools in Bandar Lampung. In this quasi-experimental...