Language and Education Journal Undiksha <div id="journalDescription-61" class="journalDescription"><p><strong>Language and Education Journal </strong>is an open access journal which has been established for the dissemination of researches in instruction, language, curriculum development, learning environment, teacher education, assessment, educational technology, and educational development. This journal is published twice in a year, February and July.It is published by Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha Press.</p><p><span id="result_box" lang="en"><strong>p-ISSN : <a href="" target="_blank">2613-9588</a> (cetak) dan e-ISSN : <a href="" target="_blank">2613-9529</a> (online)<br /></strong></span></p></div> Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha en-US Language and Education Journal Undiksha 2613-9588 LEARNING MEDIA USING MONOSNAP AT SMK NEGERI 1 SUKASADA DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC <div><p>The goal of this research is to develop learning media in the form of video by using screencast application named Monosnap to assist students learned English during COVID-19 outbreak while increasing their vocabulary skill. In the process of developing the learning media, the researcher applied Design and Development (D&amp;D) method proposed by Richey and Klein (2007). Interview guide, questionnaire, and expert judgment were instruments used to collect the data in this research. The subject of this research was students of SMK Negeri 1 Sukasada in Buleleng regency, North Bali. The result indicated that the learning media made by Monosnap was relevant to the eleven criteria of a good learning media in the form of video. Not only that, but it was also categorized as a good media. The learning media in the form of video was a necessary media to be used to assist students learned during COVID-19 outbreak while increasing students’ vocabulary skill<em>.</em></p></div> Made Ika Sukmadewi I Nyoman Adi Jaya Putra Putu Ngurah Wage Myartawan Copyright (c) 2022 Language and Education Journal Undiksha 2022-02-28 2022-02-28 5 1 1 10 10.23887/leju.v5i1.34595 STUDENTS’ NEEDS ANALYSIS IN DEVELOPING ENGLISH FOR TOURISM LEARNING MATERIALS AT SMA ASTIKA DHARMA <p>This study aimed at determining the needs of students in the development of English for tourism learning materials at SMA Astika Dharma. This study used a descriptive method with reference to a qualitative approach. The research subjects of this field study were students of class X and XI of SMA Astika Dharma. The data collection technique used was a questionnaire technique to determine the needs of students in developing tourism learning materials. The instrument of data collection in this study was a questionnaire. This study uses descriptive statistical analysis techniques used to process questionnaire data on student needs in the development of tourism teaching materials at SMK Astika Dharma. The results showed that (1) English for Tourism is different from general English, (2) The digital teaching materials needed by students are digital teaching materials that are easily accessible, easy to understand, visually appealing, have audio access, and can be accessed anytime, (3) The language used for digital teaching materials for tourism English lessons is Indonesian and English (bilingual), (4) The form of digital tourism teaching materials desired by the majority of students is in the form of learning videos.</p> Ni Luh Sri Meilani Pande Agus Adiwijaya Md Andhi Supriatna Arna Copyright (c) 2022 Language and Education Journal Undiksha 2022-02-28 2022-02-28 5 1 11 17 10.23887/leju.v5i1.44386 THE ANALYSIS OF CODE SWITCHING AND CODE MIXING USED BY INDONESIAN YOUTUBERS <span lang="IN">This study aimed at analyzing the types of code-switching and code-mixing that were used by the top 5 YouTubers in Indonesia. The design of this research was a descriptive qualitative study since it focused on a single case of the phenomenon of code-switching and code-mixing. Moreover, the data were collected through observing the YouTube videos by the top 5 YouTubers in Indonesia. It was found that there were 482 utterances categorized into code-switching and code-mixing. The type of code-switching used by Indonesian Youtubers included inter-sententially code-switching (98 utterances or 59.4%), intra-sententially code-switching (44 utterances or 26.7%), and emblematic code-switching (23 utterances or 13.9%). While the type of code-mixing included inter-sententially code-mixing (201 utterances or 63.4%) and intra-sententially code-mixing (116 utterances or 36.6%). The most frequently appearing type of code-switching in this study was inter-sententially code-switching. While the type of code-mixing was inter-sententially code-mixing. The result of this study can be the reference in the linguistics and communication field and as the supporting materials in English teaching and learning.</span> Ida Ayu Agung Putri Sistajati Putu Eka Dambayana Suputra Copyright (c) 2022 Language and Education Journal Undiksha 2022-02-28 2022-02-28 5 1 18 27 10.23887/leju.v5i1.43913 THE ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH LEARNING EVALUATION ON A NEW NORMAL ORDER <span lang="EN-US">This study aims to obtain comprehensive information regarding the evaluation of learning English in the new life order or the new normal era in class X, SMA Hindu (UWP) Astika Dharma at Pempatan Village, Rendang District, Karangasem Regency in Bali related to evaluation planning, evaluation implementation, and evaluation of learning in new life order. The subjects used in this study were teachers and students from school institutions along with evaluation data for English learning. Data were collected by observation, interviews, tests, and documentation, then analyzed descriptively qualitatively using a case study approach. In this study, the results showed that the evaluation plan for learning English in the new life order in the RPP was in accordance with the SK and also adapted to the KD in the syllabus. Hierarchically the teacher makes learning objectives based on competency standards and emergency curriculum adjustments, determines the time in planning evaluations, and adapts to the characteristics of students based on evaluation principles. The evaluation of English learning in the new life order has been carried out in accordance with the National Competency Standards. The conclusion is that the evaluation of learning English in the new life order in class X SMA Hindu (UWP) Astika Dharma at Pempatan village has been carried out by the teacher in accordance with the Minister of Education and Culture Regulation No 23 of 2020 Regarding Education Evaluation Standard</span> I Wayan Agus Ariana Luh Made Dwi Wedayanthi Copyright (c) 2022 Language and Education Journal Undiksha 2022-02-28 2022-02-28 5 1 28 35 10.23887/leju.v5i1.44414 AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF QUESTIONING STRATEGY IN EFL LEARNING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC <span class="s20"><span class="bumpedFont20">This study aimed to analyze the types of questions used by the teacher and how the questioning strategy is implemented in EFL learning and analyze students’ opinions toward the implementation of questioning strategy in EFL learning conducted at SMAN 1 Sukawati during the pandemic situation. The English teacher and the twelfth-grade students at SMAN 1 Sukawati was the subject of this study. This study used an embedded mixed-method design with qualitative dominant. This study showed that the teacher used all types of questions proposed by Richard &amp; Lockhart (1996) and Padmadewi et al. (2017). Those are procedural, divergent, convergent, compliance, rhetorical, prompting, and probing questions. The result also showed that the teacher frequently used low-order questions in EFL learning. Those questions occurred in three sessions; pre-activity, main activity, and post-activity. Further, there were two learning management system used by the teacher, namely WhatsApp and Google Form. Besides, the implementation of the questioning strategy also got positive responses from most of the students because it creates a better quality o</span></span><span class="s20"><span class="bumpedFont20">f teaching and learning process</span></span><span class="s20"><span class="bumpedFont20">.</span></span> Dewa Ngakan Putu Dodik Wiratama Ni Nyoman Padmadewi Copyright (c) 2022 Language and Education Journal Undiksha 2022-02-28 2022-02-28 5 1 36 45 10.23887/leju.v5i1.34323 THE FAMILY VALUES AND NEGATIVE STEREOTYPE EXISTING IN FILM “MY NAME IS KHAN” <p>Rizwan Khan is one of the characters which can be the representation of Muslims living in United States. It is one of the characters existing in the film “My Name is Khan”. This study aimed to analyze the family values of the film and the prejudice toward Muslims living in United States. The research design of this study was content analysis which focused on how the family values appeared on the film and identify the prejudice in the film. It was found that there were three different family values, such as Indian family values, American White family values, and American Black family values. Each family has its own characteristic in raising their children. The prejudice toward Muslims was found in almost scenes of the film after the ninth of September tragedy. The prejudice led to the intolerance, hatred and violence. It influenced the economic, comfort and social life of Muslims living in United States. It can be concluded that every family has different ways in raising their children. In addition, not all Americans have tolerance and accept differences in their neighborhoods.</p> Ni Putu Ari Prasmita Sari Kadek Sintya Dewi Copyright (c) 2022 Language and Education Journal Undiksha 2022-02-28 2022-02-28 5 1 46 51 10.23887/leju.v5i1.33592 LANGUAGE FUNCTION FROM BALINESE DAILY CONVERSATIONS <p>Language is not merely as a tool of communication, but it has certain function to build a communication or deliver the purpose of the speaker. People usually do not recognize the function they use from a language. Therefore, this is an interesting topic to be conducted in order to help the readers understand any language function they might use during communication. This study aimed to analyse the language functions taken from some daily conversations in Balinese language of a village in Klungkung regency, Bali. The participants of the conversations are from various social background. The data were collected by using univolved direct conversation with some techniques: observation, note-taking and recording. The theory of Leech (1981) about language function types was used to do the analysis. The result shows that Directive function becomes the most function applied in the conversations. This is because the participants of the conversations often produce the conversation by giving orders or requesting. Meanwhile the function that does not commonly appear is Aesthetic. The reason is these participants often speak straight to the point and almost never try to beautify the utterances they spoke.</p> I Dewa Ayu Devi Maharani Santika Anak Agung Ayu Dian Andriyani Ida Bagus Gde Nova Winarta Copyright (c) 2022 Language and Education Journal Undiksha 2022-02-28 2022-02-28 5 1 52 59 10.23887/leju.v5i1.42776