International Journal of Language Education and Culture Review (IJLECR) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal promoting international scholarly exchange among researchers, academics, and professionals. IJLECR is published both in print and online two issues a year (June and Desember). The online version is free for access and download. IJLECR carries only original, previously unpublished full-length research and survey articles that reflect the latest research and developments in both theoretical and practical aspects of language and cultural education review. Scopes include language education, applied linguistics (including sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, and neurolinguistics) in language education, literary scholarship & literary education, cultural studies & cultural education, intercultural education, Translation studies and education, and research methods in related fields. Moreover, articles which approach topics such as listed above from theoretical and analytical perspectives sourced from anywhere across the humanities, social and cognitive sciences.



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Vol 2, No 1 (2016): June 2016

Welcome to the new International Journal of Language Education and Culture Review (IJLECR) for English version publication. Supporting the Ministry of Research, Technology and the university of the republic Indonesia. Indonesian Government, we optimist that the International Journal publication in the State University of Jakarta will be implemented as continuing. IJLECR is dedicated to the latest research and developments in both theoretical and practical aspects of language and cultural education review. The journal is intended as a forum for practitioners and reseachers to share their findings from  the research in the area, to identify new issues and to shape future direction for reseach, while education practitioners may use and apply the findings in a large-scale method.

This second edition number two of the international journal of language education and culture review touches upon a number of issues worthy of note in the field of language teaching and learning. There are nine articles that cover topics ranging from the incorporation of literature in the classroom to the effecs of students attitudes on learning, this journl includes authors from differents universities in some conutries.

The opening research article by D.E.Juansyah and Emzir deal with the implementation of Grice’s cooperative principle in class group discussion at Indonesian Language and Literature Study Program of Faculty of Teachers Training and Education of UNTIRTA Serang. Eri Sarimanah analyzed the efectivenes of metacognitive Preview, Question, Read, Reflect, Recite, Review (PQ4R) strategy based reading learning model to improve SMP students’ reading ability. The method applied in this study is research and development by using both qualitative and quantitative approaches.The third articles, written by Lamhot Naibaho deals with language acquisition which investigates the phonological acquisition of a child suffering from language delay.It,s the subjects of this study who suffers from language delay in his five year old had mastered vocabularies covering noun, adjective, verb, and adverb, and the data show that he acquired more noun comparing to adjective, verb and adverb. The fourth article, written by Dessy Wardiah deals with the find the increasing of the process and the result student’s short story writing through metacognitive strategy in language and Indonesia Literature Study Programme FKIP-PGRI University of Palembang. the result of learning process is found that students have been able to make a planning, monitoring, evaluation and revising according to metacognitive strategy cycle, during their time in writing short story task. This research find out that there had been an increased from the short story writing result in every of its cycle. Nazurty interpreted the expressions contained in the Riwok text through Semiotic Review. This study is a qualitative study using semiotic approach. Semiotic approach used to assess the meaning of the phrase in the text of verbal literature Riwok is based on semiotic theory of Charles Sanders Peirce, namely the triangular theory of meaning or meaning triangle which consists of three main elements, namely the sign, object, and interpretant.

The next five articles are about. (a) integration of local literature values in the implementation of 2013 curriculum written by Sahlan. (b) Redo Andi Marta and  Zainal Rafli deal with negotiation in wedding proposal ceremony. It is an ethnography of communication study in minangkabau society in solok regency west sumatera. (c) cultural values in the novel “The legend of Condor Heroes” from Jin Yong written by Luo Ying. The results of this research showed the theme from this novel was about love, plot were progressive and dramatic, setting was in Dynasty of Zhong, and the point of view used third person. (d) Ade Rahima and Sakura Ridwan looks at a deep understanding about religious values in the theme structure of traditional Seloko of Jambi Malay  the. The results of this research show that the themes of traditional seloko of Jambi Malay are related to the religious values of man’s relationship with God, man with nature, man with society, and man with himself. (e) The effect of instructional models and learning styles toward learners’ English writing skill written by Baiatun Nisa. The results indicated that: (1) there is a significant different improvement of English writing skill between group of learners who were taught by using the STAD Cooperative Learning model and those who were taught by using The Lecture Model, (2) English writing skill of the visual learners taught by using STAD Cooperative Learning model is better than those taught by using The Lecture Model, (3) English writing skill of the auditory learners taught by using The Lecture Model is better than those taught by using STAD Cooperative learning model, and (4) there is an interaction effect between the instructional model and learning style towards English writing skill achievement.

We hope the articles in the second of the journal are of interes to you. Your own submissions and feedback.

Table of Contents


Redo Andi Marta, Zainal Rafli
Baiatun Nisa
Dase Erwin Juansah, E Emzir
Lamhot Naibaho
S Sahlan, A Amiruddin
Luo Ying
N Nazurty
Eri Sarimanah
Ade Rahima, Sakura Ridwan
Dessy Wardiah