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ROUTINE TASKS: ARTICLE ANALYZE

CONTEXTUAL WRITTEN LANGUAGE SKILLS

WRITTEN BY
ALDY EDELWIS SIMANJUNTAK
CRESENSIA ELKESIA TARIGAN
FRENDY YOSUA SITUMEANG
PALITO MANALU
RIZKY PRASETYO
UMAR SUKIRBON SIANTURI

REG DIK B 2018


Lecturer: Drs. Willem Saragih, M.pd
Subject: Contextual Written Language Skill

ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM


ENGLISH AND LITERATURE DEPARTMENT
FACULTY OF LANGUAGES AND ARTS
STATE UNIVERSITY OF MEDAN
2018
BACKGROUND

The aim of this “Article Analyze” is to analyzing these two journals is for readers to
understand how the differences in how to write social science and natural science are actually
different. Analyzing journals means to review and search for the data that forms a journal. Of
course there are differences between the two authors. This is the data and evidence that we
have collected in 1 paper and hope the readers can understand it.
In everyday life, we often find that people's perspectives on opinions differ. For
example, there is an argument and all people have their views based on how they have known
other things. This is closely related to how they look at their majors in school. If they are
children, social science will be different from the views of natural science students. For
example, in discussing political issues, people who have been studying social science so far
will use many conjunctions and types of sentences that are different from those of natural
science. Maybe, social science students will argue more and speak according to what they
know. And natural science students analyze the political argument more and make
hypotheses before saying that view.
Different from Social students. They use the right brain more. Because in studying
social studies, we use creativity, and look at the outside world. We can't just study in books.
we must be active in society. Therefore, they are considered people who are active, talkative,
easy to socialize, and their insights are broader. Many people judge them as stubborn people.
It's actually not stubborn, it's just that they are not serious about something. But, in society,
they are the ones that are more sought after. Because they are easy to socialize.
1. How many sentences are all, how many Simple Sentence, Compound Sentence,
and Complex Sentence. Identification of Interreligious Words on both Articles.

In the first journal we identified, we find that each sentence is more related to coordinating
conjunctions, namely, and, nor, but, or, yet, so. For example, see in the following sentence "A
description of the principal instruments onboard AstroSat, their pre-launch specifications and
capabilities are given in Singh et al. (2014)". In this sentence we can see the use and linking
the words specifications with capabilities. Next we also find conjunctive adverbs in it
conjunctive adverbs, the example sentence is "The health check was satisfactory and the high
bit telemetry stream was also switched on and the CCD was put into the Calibration mode.".
In this example there are also words which are part of conjunctive adverbs. Then we also
identified the subordinating conjunction in this sentence "X-ray image of a Blazar, Mrk 501,
a point source, obtained from the SXT is shown in Figure 8. All images, spectra and below
are based on photons. events of grades 0-12 (see for example, Romano et al. 2005), thus
effectively removing all charge particles, and after taking the figure 8. SXT image of Mr 501.
". The subordinating conjunction used here is after. But we did not find at all the use of
correlative conjunction in this journal.

Next we identified the second journal, we found some coordinating conjunction, namely the
sentence "Doing so reduces the possibility of iatrogenic effects and ensures the younger
individual's voice is heard and view respected.". And we also found a corelative conjunction
in this journal that was not previously in the previous journal we identified. The conjunction
that is used is not only ...... but also holistic manner. " In addition, some conjuntive adverbs
and subordinating are also widely used. One of the conjuntive adverbs that is used is still the
sentence as follows: "It is also an adult who considers younger people to be still young, and
in need of" protection "from sexual dialogue." While one of the subordinating conjunctions
that we have found is this "Thus, despite acceptance of adolescents are sexual beings, there
are continuing efforts to push" burgeoning "sexuality until later movement through a veil of
morality (Levine, 2003; Steutel, 2009; Waites, 2005). ". In this sentence, for example, there
are at the same time two conjunctions, namely until which is a subordinating conjunction and
that which is conjunctive adverbs.

2. Read the theory of the Types of Words for Transitional Markers on both of these
Articles. How many total and determine the percentage of each type

 The Coordinating Conjunction


And, but, for, nor, or, so, and yet—these are the seven coordinating conjunctions. To
remember all seven, you might want to learn one of these
acronyms: FANBOYS, YAFNOBS, or FONYBAS
Coordinating conjunctions connect words, phrases, and clauses.

 Correlative conjunctions are sort of like tag-team conjunctions. They come in pairs,
and you have to use both of them in different places in a sentence to make them work.
They get their name from the fact that they work together (co-) and relate one
sentence element to another. Correlative conjunctions include pairs such as
"both/and," "either/or," "neither/nor," "not/but" and "not only/but also.
 Subordinating conjunctions are essential parts of complex sentences with include at
least two clauses, with one of the clauses being main (independent) and the other
being subordinate (dependent).
There is only one rule to remember about using subordinate conjunctions:

A subordinate conjunction performs two functions within a sentence. First, it


illustrates the importance of the independent clause. Second, it provides a transition
between two ideas in the same sentence. The transition always indicates a place,
time, or cause and effect relationship. For example: We looked in the metal canister,
where Ginger often hides her candy

COORDINATING CORRELATIVE SUBORDINATING


CONJUNCTION CONJUNCTION CONJUNCTION

FOR = 89 Wheter..or = 1 After = 14 ARTICLE 1


AND = 247 Between..And = 13 When= 24 (JOURNAL
BUT = 13 Both..And = 8 As = 21
OF IPS)
OR = 38 From..To = 7 Because = 8
How= 9
So = 23
If = 34
That = 84
Than = 12
Total = 387 60% Total = 29 4,4% Total = 229 35,3%
COORDINATING CORRELATIVE SUBORDINATING
CONJUNCTION CONJUNCTION CONJUNCTION

FOR = 45 Between ..and = 2 After = 8


AND = 135 Both..And = 4 While = 1
BUT = 4 From..To = 11 As = 23
OR = 12 Because = 4
Before = 9
Since = 5
So = 17
If = 9
That = 12
Than = 48
So that = 7
Total = 196 Total = 17 Total = 140
55,5% 4,8% 39,6%

ARTICLE 2 (JOURNAL OF IPA)


3. Compare Sentence Types and Types of Contact Words on both Articles.

 Kind of Sentence
-In article 1, we found that the article 1 entitled Power, Deviance, Stigma, and
Control: A Sociological Reconceptualization of Sexuality within Social Work
Services, the writer using about 35% complex sentence, 30% compound sentence,
25% compound compex sentence, 10% simple sentence
-In article 2, we found that the article 2 entitled The Soft X-ray focusing Telescope
aboard Astrosat: Design,Characteristics and Performance, the writer using about 50%
simple sentence, 25% compound sentence, 20% complex sentence, 5% compound
complex sentence

 Kind of conjunction
-In article 1, we found that the the writer using coordinating conjuction about 60%,
subcoordinative conjuction about 35,3%, correlative conjuction about 4,4%
-In article 2, we found that the writer using coordinating conjuction about 55,5%,
subcoordinative conjunction about 39,6%, and correlative conjuction about 4,8%

4. The data will then be the content of the article to be written.

Article 1 is an article from a social person and Article 2 is from a scientific person. The
different ways of thinking of these two groups are quite different. Most science students use
the left brain. Because in learning science, we will study logic, count, sequence, and analyze.
Many consider them to be serious people, difficult to be invited to joke, difficult to socialize
and quiet. They are accustomed to reasoning, solving problems, fiddling with numbers and
counting them. Not just fixated by the formula. We can find a new formula that is easier for
us, if we are able to develop its basic nature.

Different from IPS students. They use the right brain more. Because in studying social
studies, we use creativity, and look at the outside world. We can't just study in books. we
must be active in society. Therefore, they are considered people who are active, talkative,
easy to socialize, and their insights are broader. Many people judge them as stubborn people.
It's actually not stubborn, it's just that they are not serious about something. But, in society,
they are the ones that are more sought after. Because they are easy to socialize.

The way these two people think affects the way they write about a problem. For example,
in Article 1, which is a social person article, we find that the author uses around 10% simple
sentences, 35% complex sentences, 30% compound sentences, 25% compound compound
sentences,. Meanwhile, in the second article, the author uses about 50% simple sentences,
20% complex sentences, 25% compound sentences, 20% complex sentences, 5% compound
complex sentences.

That means, without realizing it, the way people think socially influences the way they
write something. In article 1, writers use complex sentence more and use fewer simple
sentences. And science people use more simple sentences and use fewer compound complex
sentences.
Coordinating conjunction in article 1 is as much as 60% (FOR = 89, AND = 247, BUT =
13, OR = 38). In article 2 it was (55.5% FOR = 45, AND = 135, BUT = 4, OR = 12). That
means, social people and science people use coordinating conjunction almost as much.
Correlative conjunction in article 1 is 4.4% (Wheter..or = 1, Between..And = 13, Both..And =
8, From..To = 7). In article 2 it uses correlative conjunction of 4.8% (Between ..and = 2,
Both..And = 4, From..To = 11). This means that, they use correlative conjunction as much.

Whereas subordinating conjunction in article 1 is 35.3% (After = 14, When = 24, As


= 21, Because = 8, How = 9, So = 23, If = 34, That = 84, Than = 12) and at article 2 as much
as 39.6% (After = 8, While = 1, As = 23, Because = 4, Before = 9, Since = 5, So = 17, If = 9,
That = 12, Than = 48, So that = 7). This means that from the two articles it was found how to
write similar conjunction subordinates.

From the results of the comparisons that we have obtained, these two articles have
many differences in kind of sentence and little difference in kind of conjunction.