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Istiqlaliah Nurul Hidayati

Abstrak :

Nowadays, through technology, information spreads very rapidly. When something happens in
one place, in a second it can be known by other people in other faraway places. Unfortunately the
information is not always true. Many irresponsible people create misleading information and
spread it massively which is known as hoax. This misleading information can provoke many bad
effects even sometimes it is dangerous. The hoax can contain hatred, false health information,
untrue disaster warning, and so on. This phenomena cannot be ignored. There have been many
victims. To protect people from hoax can be done by training their critical thinking ability. One of
the ways to make people able to think critically is through the implementation of critical discourse
analysis (CDA). This research is aimed at building students’ critical thinking and also improving
their English skills through the use of CDA. The method employed in this study was action research
which was also completed by a focused group discussion. The research result shows that the
students could improve their English skills and became more critical in writing a response to a
text given by the lecturer by analyzing the text using the principles of CDA, not merely relying on
their own opinion.

Tahun : 2019 Media Publikasi : Jurnal Nasional Terakreditasi B
Kategori : Jurnal No/Vol/Tahun : 1 / 18 / 2019
ISSN/ISBN : 2540-8968
PTN/S : Universitas Negeri Jakarta Program Studi : PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INGGRIS
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