International Journal Corner of Educational Research <table class="data" width="100%" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"> <tbody> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Journal title</td> <td width="80%"><strong>International Journal Corner of Educational Research</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Initials</td> <td width="80%"><strong>IJCER</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Frequency</td> <td width="80%"><strong>3 issues per year | July, November, March</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">DOI</td> <td width="80%"><strong><img src="" alt="" />Prefix 10.54012</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">ISSN</td> <td width="80%"><strong>ISSN <a href="">2962-8237</a> (print) | <a href="">2962-164X</a> (online)</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Editor-in-chief</td> <td width="80%"><a href=";user=E5BBcygAAAAJ&amp;view_op=list_works&amp;gmla=ABEO0Yrr5aAn8dMSFV3HKEy2d65nbUmajXkbDZns7OPZRLFfxp9bm6-IWo3iqPeDK-q427Ctxvri5P2rkMTI4M96">Dr. Eko Suncaka, M.M</a></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Publisher</td> <td width="80%"><a href=""><strong>CV. Tripe Konsultan</strong></a></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Citation Analysis</td> <td width="80%"><a href=";view_op=list_works&amp;gmla=AJsN-F7lYa2LMUQokKqLJ7uPyzgIwBns8kW2VYgOPMV_bvAirl2nYKXsXYaO_Ep2gbYyIgXKh9KjHewEVR6K98z_kpvBs4f7uYtqgeNfYx4lPp1j426jWYE&amp;user=XEx3gTYAAAAJ"><strong>Google Scholar</strong></a>, Crossref/DOI, <a href="">Garuda</a></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p>International Journal Corner of Educational Research (E-ISSN 2962-164X, P-ISSN 2962-8237) is a peer review of national journals published by CV. Tripe Konsultan, which was first published in 2022. Papers for publication in this journal are selected through precise peer-review to ensure quality, originality, appropriateness, significance and readability. The journal encompasses a variety of topics of education and learning, including but not limited to child development, curriculum, reading comprehension, philosophies of education, STEM education, instructional technology, technology education, inquiry-based learning, project-based learning, problem-based learning, simulation-based learning, pedagogic and educational approaches, learning management, language teaching researches, teaching and learning at all levels of schooling and institutions of higher learning, the education of special groups, gender and education, theories of education, educational research and methodologies, educational psychology (emotional, social, and cognitive learning processes), e-learning, Computer supported collaborative Work, emerging technologies in education, educational software &amp; serious games, e-content management and development, general issues in education and learning, contributions to current debates in teacher education throughout the world, generally or on specific issues, etc.</p> <p>International Journal Corner of Educational Research has become a Crossref Member since year 2022. Therefore, all articles published by <strong><em>CV. Tripe Konsultan </em></strong>will have a unique DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number.</p> <p> </p> <p><img src="" /></p> CV. Tripe Konsultan en-US International Journal Corner of Educational Research 2962-8237 Contrastive Analysis of Noun Phrase in English and Indonesian on Report Text “Camel” from Developing English Competencies Textbook <p>This research aims to discover the similarity and differences of Noun Phrase (NP) used in English and Indonesian sentences. This scientific writing used an instrument of report text as the reference to collect data. The report text was taken from a textbook of Developing English Competencies for senior high school. This research demonstrated that when English Noun Phrase was translated to Indonesian, there were changes in syntatic pattern, syntatic category, and meaning. Based on the research results, researchers found several similarities between Indonesian and English Noun Phrases. Similar parts, including head, determiner,and modifier, formed the Noun Phrase. However, there were also differences between them. English Noun Phrase was frequently expanded to the side of the head; meanwhile, in Indonesian, it was expanded to the back of the head. English Noun Phrase consists of a central-determiner (the, a, an); meanwhile, Indonesian Noun Phrase lacks it.</p> Mei Isabella Ambarita Selly Wanti Hutahaean Widhi Sofie Munthe Dewi Kartika Anita Sitanggang Copyright (c) 2023 Mei Isabella Ambarita, Selly Wanti Hutahaean, Widhi Sofie Munthe, Dewi Kartika, Anita Sitanggang 2023-07-25 2023-07-25 2 2 50 56 10.54012/ijcer.v2i2.193 An Analysis of Types of English Sentences in English Folklore “Jack and the Beanstalk” from American Literature Website <p>The purpose of this research is to examine the types of English sentences based on function consisting of declarative sentence, interrogative sentence, exclamatory sentence, and imperative sentence found in the folklore “Jack and The Beanstalk”. The method in this research was descriptive qualitative with research source obtained from the American Literature website. The results of this research showed that in the folklore “Jack and The Beanstalk” there were four types of English sentences based on function. Type of sentence that appeared most frequently in the folklore “Jack and The Beanstalk” was declarative sentences (46 times), followed by the exclamatory sentences (13 times). Meanwhile, the types of sentences that appeared the least were interrogative sentences (2 times) and imperative sentences (2 times). Or in percentage form, as many as 73% of the sentences in the folkore “Jack and The Beanstalk” were declarative sentences, as many as 21% were exclamatory sentences, as many as 3% were an interrogative sentences, and as many as 3% were imperative sentences.</p> Dhea Saragih Tiara Indah Sari Simangunsong Desy Natalia Simanjuntak Roma Rezeki Nami Saragih Kristiani Siagian Copyright (c) 2023 Dhea Saragih, Tiara Indah Sari Simangunsong, Desy Natalia Simanjuntak, Roma Rezeki Nami Saragih, Kristiani Siagian 2023-09-05 2023-09-05 2 2 57 63 10.54012/ijcer.v2i2.205 Improving Students' Writing Skills through Group Work <p>This research was aimed to improve students' writing skills through group work. The subject of the research were the 11<sup>th</sup> IPA 7 of SMA Negeri 1 Natar that consisted of 36 students. This research used Classroom Action Research (CAR) which was consisted of two cycles. Collection data technique was used test and non-test. Writing test used to know students’ writing skill. Menwhile, observation sheet and interview for non-test. Data analyzing was used quantitative and qualitative method. Refers to the result of the test, the mean score of students’ learning activities cycle 1 was 6.65 with the criteria was less active. Meanwhile in cycle 2 was 7.57 with the criteria was active. The improvement was 0.92. In the other hand, mean score of writing test in cycle 1 was 60 or 8 students who got score ≥70 with the percentage 22%. Meanwhile, mean of writing test in cycle 2 was 75.57 or 20 students who got score ≥70 with the percentage 55%. The improvement was 33% or 15.57. Based on the result of the research, Group Work can improve students’ writing skill in the 11<sup>th</sup> IPA 7 of SMA Negeri 1 Natar.</p> Fitri Ramauli Imam Subari Destia Herlisya Copyright (c) 2023 Fitri Ramauli, Imam Subari, Destia Herlisya 2023-09-07 2023-09-07 2 2 64 69 10.54012/ijcer.v2i2.206 An Analysis of Parenting Styles on Early Childhood’s Independent Character Development <p>Parenting is the interaction process between parents and early childhood to instill and develop early childhood’s characters through natural since early age. The present study aims to analyze parenting styles applied by the parents to develop the early childhood’s independent character. In addition, this study employed a case study at which the reseachers gathered the data through observation and interview towards 13 early childhoods and 13 mother (parents) as the respondents. The results of the study revealed that 61,54% of the respondents apply positive parenting style to develop their early childhood’s independent character, 23,08% of the respondents apply permissive parenting style to develop their early childhood’s independent character, and 15,38% of the respondents apply mixed parenting style (positive and permissive parenting styles) to develop their early childhood’s independent character. Thus, the majority of the respondents apply positive parenting style to develop the early childhood’s independent character at home. In conclusion, the 3 parenting styles can be collaborated each other by the parents based on the characteristics of the early childhood, the tasks given, and also the situation.</p> Yusuf Hidayat Nia Tania Nurhayati Nurhayati Neng Kurniasih Heni Nuraeni Sri Ningsih Copyright (c) 2023 Yusuf Hidayat, Nia Tania, Nurhayati Nurhayati, Neng Kurniasih, Heni Nuraeni, Sri Ningsih 2023-09-11 2023-09-11 2 2 70 76 10.54012/ijcer.v2i2.207