Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell <table class="data" width="100%" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"> <tbody> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Journal title</td> <td width="80%"><strong>Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Initials</td> <td width="80%"><strong>JCELL</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Frequency</td> <td width="80%"><strong>4 issues per year | August, November, February, May</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">DOI</td> <td width="80%"><strong>Prefix 10.54012</strong><strong> by <img src="http://172.10.15.33/public/site/images/dyoyo/CROSREFF_Kecil2.png" alt="" /></strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">ISSN</td> <td width="80%"><strong>ISSN <a href="https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2807-355X" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2807-355X</a> (print) | <a href="https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2807-3568" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2807-3568</a> (online)</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Editor-in-chief</td> <td width="80%"><a href="https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=57222345224" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Sigit Apriyanto</strong></a></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Publisher</td> <td width="80%"><strong>CV. Tripe Konsultan</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Citation Analysis</td> <td width="80%"><strong><a href="https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=zL7nh4kAAAAJ&amp;hl=id" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Google Scholar</a> | <a href="https://moraref.kemenag.go.id/archives/journal/99226966393163348" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Moraref</a> | <a href="https://journals.indexcopernicus.com/search/details?id=69913" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Index Copernicus</a> | <a href="https://garuda.kemdikbud.go.id/journal/view/22308" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Garuda</a> | </strong></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p align="justify">Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature (E-ISSN 2807-3568, P-ISSN 2807-355X) is a peer review of national journals published by CV. Tripe Konsultan, which was first published in 2021. The journal publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of education, English language, literature, and linguistics. The journal accepts papers on the following topics: Education Psychology, Adult Education, Education Administration, Educational Planning and Theories, Curriculum Study, E-Learning, Higher Education, Pedagogy, Special Education, Teaching and Reading Skills, English Language Teaching, Literature Study, Applied Linguistics, Language Teaching Skills, Language Acquisition, Bilingualism, Language Assessment, Communicative Language Teaching (CLT), Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT), Translation Studies.</p> <p align="justify">Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature has become a Crossref Member since 2021. Therefore, all articles published by CV. Tripe Konsultan will have a unique DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number.</p> <p><a href="https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2807-355X"><img src="http://journal.jcopublishing.com/public/site/images/jcopublishing/p-issn-2.png" alt="" width="155" height="69" /></a> <a href="https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2807-3568"><img src="http://journal.jcopublishing.com/public/site/images/jcopublishing/e-issn-2.png" alt="" width="155" height="69" /></a></p> <p> </p> CV. Tripe Konsultan en-US Journal Corner of Education, Linguistics, and Literature 2807-355X Between the Languages: Delineating the Motives and Attitudes of Language Learners Towards Code-Switching https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell/article/view/279 <p>This study was conducted to analyze the motives and attitudes of students towards code switching. This study employed a qualitative phenomenology research design. According to the findings, the students revealed that they encountered different challenges in terms of their teaching and learning especially in speaking correctly without any error because of the rules and other things they must follow as well as to consider during the making of sentences. The speaking skill of the students will never be as constant because language is not only dynamic but also code-switching can be more expressive and active to express themselves and share their thoughts much easier. Furthermore, code-switching alternates between the speakers’ native language and the second language which they aim to acquire. It is said that English should be used to increase the input and output of the target language and that the L1 should be avoided. Therefore, nowadays, people are bilinguals and they spoke language to which they are comfortable. Data suggest that codeswitching can help with language fluency by keeping both languages active and accessible, and therefore providing an alternative means of communicating meaning.</p> Pedro Jr Raymunde Copyright (c) 2024 Pedro P. Raymunde Jr https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-05-01 2024-05-01 3 4 332 341 10.54012/jcell.v3i4.279 The Significance of Dysthymia Symptoms in Colleen Hoover’s Regretting You https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell/article/view/278 <p>Colleen Hoover's novel entitled <em>Regretting You</em> was first published in 2019. The novel reflects the intricate layers of human relationships of self-discovery, forgiveness, and lifelong family connections. Morgan and her teenage daughter, Clara, is dealing with the tragic deaths of Morgan's husband and Clara's father. As they deal with their grief and try to rebuild their lives, secrets and misunderstandings emerge, straining their relationship and causing them to experience dysthymia. Dysthymia is a lifelong form of depression, according to Michael E. Thase and Susan S. Lang. Then, how the symptoms of dysthymia depicted by Morgan and Clara in Colleen Hoover’s <em>Regretting You</em>? Employing a qualitative research approach, the researchers explore the symptoms of dysthymia, including changes in feeling, thinking, and behavior. Morgan and Clara's dysthymia evolves as they navigate the conflicts in the story, mainly due to the grief resulting from their loss. As a result, their mental and emotional health suffers greatly. This leads to the conclusion that their dysthymia exacerbates the tension in their mother-daughter relationship, making it difficult for them to communicate effectively and solve problems, all due to their enduring mild depression.</p> Falsyawal Galang Smarandreetha Rommel Utungga Pasopati Copyright (c) 2024 Falsyawal Galang Smarandreetha, Rommel Utungga Pasopati https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-05-01 2024-05-01 3 4 342 357 10.54012/jcell.v3i4.278 The Preservation of Femininity in A. K. Summers’ Pregnant Butch https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell/article/view/277 <p>This study examines the depiction of femininity in the graphic novel <em>Pregnant Butch</em> by A. K. Summers. The novel follows the story of Teek, who is experiencing pregnancy as a butch lesbian for the first time. This article investigates Teek’s sustaining femininity throughout her pregnancy journey as a butch. A butch itself is a gender expression that holds a masculine role in lesbian relationships. The researchers took the data of this analysis is taken by reading the graphic novels thoroughly, approaching the analysis from Teek's perspective, compiling a list of dialogues and interactions, and categorizing the collected data into specific themes. Using a qualitative method, the researchers in this analysis underline the uniqueness between masculinity and femininity illustrated in the graphic novel. In conclusion, Teek's experience of femininity during pregnancy enriches her butch identity, emphasizing her ability to balance both masculine and feminine aspects of herself. The study highlights the significance of feminine elements in Teek's unwavering expression of femininity.</p> Laila Nabilahtuzzahro Ibrahim Rommel Utungga Pasopati Copyright (c) 2024 Laila Nabilahtuzzahro Ibrahim, Rommel Utungga Pasopati https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-05-01 2024-05-01 3 4 358 367 10.54012/jcell.v3i4.277 Teachers’ Strategies: Can It Prevent Bullying to Early Childhoods in Preschool Education? https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell/article/view/287 <p>Bullying is an action of verbal and non-verbal violences done repeatedly by a person to another. This study aims to determine the forms of bullying carried out by early childhood and teachers’ strategies applied to overcome bullying behavior in preschool education. The method used in this study is a qualitative under a descriptive approach. The findings of the present study show that bullying carried out by early childhoods is in the forms of aggressive and negative actions such as kicking, pinching, hitting, taunting, and pushing friends. In addition, the strategies used by the teachers to prevent bullying behavior to the early childhood are carried out through several steps: (1) the teachers conducted anti-bullying during the teaching and learning process through storytelling method using hand puppet as media related to bullying material, (2) the teachers invited the early childhoods to sing the song to know anti-bullying, (3) the teachers communicated to the parents about the dangers of bullying, (4) the teachers invited the parents to understand well their early childhood’s character,&nbsp; (5) the teachers invited the parents to participate in parenting program, (6) the teachers advised and supervised the early childhoods when they are at school, (7) the teachers provided strict policy against bullying behavior. In conclusion, bullying behavior can be prevented earlier through instilling character education and implement seven strategies such as mentioned above.</p> Risa Rahmawati Dede Siti Hodijah Nu'man Ihsanda Neni Susiyani Sri Sugiarti Sandi Tya Copyright (c) 2024 Risa Rahmawati, Dede Siti Hodijah, Nu'man Ihsanda, Neni Susiyani, Sri Sugiarti, Sandi Tya https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-05-01 2024-05-01 3 4 368 376 10.54012/jcell.v3i4.287 Development of an E-book on Community Life Styles in the Preliterate Period Through Discovery Learning to Increase Historical Literacy in State Vocational School Students in Central Lampung Regency https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell/article/view/300 <p>In this research, the author summarizes the objectives of 1) Knowing the learning media needed to increase historical literacy among students at State Vocational Schools in Central Lampung Regency, 2) Knowing e-book learning media that are suitable for implementation in the learning process at State Vocational Schools in Central Lampung Regency, 3) determine the effectiveness of the E-Book learning media on the history of people's life patterns during the preliterate era through Discovery Learning to increase the historical literacy of State Vocational School students in Central Lampung Regency. Then the author researched using the R&amp;D method by adapting the ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation) development model. The ADDIE development model adapted by Branch (2019) consists of five stages, namely analyze, design, develop, implement and evaluate. The increase in students' historical literacy can be measured using the N-Gain test which aims to determine the increase during the pre-test and post-test. The N-gain test results in the large group trial were 0.53 in the medium category. In the effectiveness testing process, experiments were carried out with pre-post tests on the experimental class. From the results of the experimental class, there was an increase in students' pre-post test scores. So the conclusion is that E-Books can be used and effectively increase students' historical literacy.</p> Suci Ayu Putri Apriyani Sunardi Sunardi Musa Pelu Copyright (c) 2024 Suci Ayu Putri Apriyani, Sunardi , Musa Pelu https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-05-01 2024-05-01 3 4 377 389 10.54012/jcell.v3i4.300 The Intricateness of Adaptation of Literature to Film in Today’s Crisscrossed World https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell/article/view/282 <p>This paper investigates the realities of literature adaptation to film in today’s world of literary criticism. People enjoy motion pictures and compare them with its original textual Literature. By focusing on literary criticism theories, this article explains modern to postmodern aesthetic points, especially in the era of definitions in romanticism, reflectionism and its auto, empiricism until pragmatism, and the age of language beyond communication. Through those former points, the adaptation of Literature to film brings in a wider point: the world itself. The adaptation is shown to broaden concepts and interpretations among writers, directors, and also audiences. Every aspect is so active to interpret in today's crisscrossed world that meanings vary from critical and evaluation perspectives. The adaptation is not about merely fixed definitions or even market orientations but open meanings on dialogues among realities. Any measurement from Literature or film is never enough to compare adaptation to its original form since it is located between individualities and societies. In conclusion, the adaptation of Literature should indicate that dominations must be minimized by maximizing hospitality of differences.</p> Rommel Utungga Pasopati Fransisca Irnidianis Magdalena Suyaji Kheista Sasi Kirana Riska Dewi Ramadhani Kusuma Wijaya Copyright (c) 2024 Rommel Utungga Pasopati, Fransisca Irnidianis Magdalena Suyaji, Kheista Sasi Kirana, Riska Dewi Ramadhani, Kusuma Wijaya https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-05-03 2024-05-03 3 4 390 400 10.54012/jcell.v3i4.282 Naming in Banten Community: An Anthroponymy Study https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell/article/view/283 <p>The name is a symbol of a culture. It represents a specific identity or affiliation that is deeply rooted in the cultural context. Names can be derived from various sources such as geographical features, mythological characters, or personal traits, which are often reflective of the cultural values and traditions of a society. The name of Banten community is a symbol of the Banten culture. Banten community generally uses two regional languages: Banten Javanese and Banten Sundanese. This study describes the influence of foreign languages on the names of Banten community. This study used a qualitative approach. The data was taken from the names of prospective students of SMAN 1 Pontang and SMAN 4 Pandeglang. The results showed that foreign languages influenced the name of the Banten community. The foreign languages are Arabic and English. The naming consists mostly of two words. The meaning of the name is based on Islam, famous figures, time of birth, hope, and month name.</p> Asep Muhyidin Copyright (c) 2024 Asep Muhyidin https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-05-03 2024-05-03 3 4 401 409 10.54012/jcell.v3i4.283 The Epistemic Modality in the Inaugural Speeches of Philippine Presidents https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell/article/view/284 <p>This qualitative corpus-based study employing epistemic analysis uncovered the epistemic modality (EM) markers used and their communicative functions in the seven inaugural speeches of the seven Philippine 5th Republic presidents. The findings revealed the preponderant use of epistemic modal verbs with 152 occurrences (81.72%), followed by epistemic lexical verbs with 20 occurrences (10.75%), epistemic modal adverbs with 9 occurrences (4.84%), and epistemic modal adjectives with 5 occurrences (2.69%). Moreover, the top-five modal verbs operated in the presidential inaugurals are <em>will</em> with 97 instances (66.9%), <em>can</em> with 28 instances (19.31%), <em>shall</em> with 9 instances (6.21%), <em>would</em> with 6 instances (4.14%), and <em>could</em> with 5 instances (3.44%). Meanwhile, <em>should</em> and <em>might</em> were never used by any president. In this regard, the presidents are confident, committed, bold, and certain with their statements; some are tentative and quite confident but still communicatively sensitive and polite; and few are uncertain but still diplomatic. Further, the communicative functions of the EM markers were categorized to <em>high-intermediate-low</em> modality values, <em>certain-probable-possible</em> semantic meanings, and <em>close-near-distant</em> epistemic distances.</p> CRISTY GRACE NGO Ramil R. Cubelo Copyright (c) 2024 Cristy Grace A. Ngo, Ramil R. Cubelo https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-05-03 2024-05-03 3 4 410 423 10.54012/jcell.v3i4.284 The Snakes and Ladders Game: Developing the Early Childhoods’ Cognitive Ability at Cendrawasih II Kindergarten https://journal.jcopublishing.com/index.php/jcell/article/view/303 <p>A game is a tool functions to develop various aspects of early childhoods’ development. One of games is the snakes and ladders which can develop the early childhoods’ cognitive ability. This study aims to determine the development on the early childhoods’ aged 5-6 years cognitive ability through the use of the snakes and ladders game. This study employs qualitative research method under descriptive approach. The findings of this study show that the snakes and ladders game is beneficial to develop the early childhoods’ cognitive ability. The evidence is proved by the early childhoods’ response that through playing the snakes and ladders game they are able to recognize the symbols of numbers, know and memorize numbers from 1 to 56 that is written in the board of snakes and ladders game, recognize various types of colors, shapes, and understand the characteristics of the animals contained in the snakes and ladders game. In conclusion, the snakes and ladders game can be an effective game to develop the early childhoods’ cognitive ability, besides that the game makes them feel happy to play.</p> Agus Kuncoro Copyright (c) 2024 Agus Kuncoro https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-05-25 2024-05-25 3 4 446 451 10.54012/jcell.v3i4.303