FKIP (FETT) UNTIDAR Sent Two Student Teams As Speakers at ICOLLITE UPI Bandung International Seminar

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Four students of the English Language Study Program (PBI) of FKIP (FETT) UNTIDAR succeeded in presenting their scientific articles at prestigious international level event, namely The 3rd International Conference on Language, Literature, Culture, and Education (ICOLLITE). The seminar, which was held by the Indonesian Language University (UPI) Faculty of Language and Literature Education, was held on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Harris Hotel, Bandung.

This year, ICOLLITE has “Bridging Literacies, Culture and Society towards Education 4.0” as the theme for its third annual event. Based on the theme, 2 PBI student teams compiled their scientific articles and successfully passed the reviewer selection to be presented. The first article with the title “The Analysis of Verb Form in ‘A Rush of Blood to the Head’ Album by Coldplay” was presented by a team consisting of Muhammad Rauuf Oktavian Nur (fifth semester) and Febriana Aminatul Khusna (third semester). The article explains about digital students who like to enjoy all kinds of music rather than reading a number of books in their learning style. “A Rush of Blood to the Head” is one of the most popular music albums by the Coldplay music group. The second article entitled “The Analysis of Noun Phrase in “The Story of Roro Jonggrang” was presented by a team consisting of Ririt Rachma Miranti and Putri Aulia Swastika, both are now in the 5th semester. The article explains about the number of students who prefer reading narrative texts to explanatory texts, argumentative texts or other types of text.

“The seminar was very interesting. Filled by competent and international standard keynote speakers, it was able to provide a new perspective for us to welcome education in the future. Hopefully a similar conference can be held regularly every year,” said Muhammad Rauuf Oktavian Nur as one of the speakers from the PBI FKIP UNTIDAR. [AL]

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