Investigating Lecturers’ Talks in the Classroom in the Second Semester in English Education Department, Teacher Training and Education Faculty, Muria Kudus University

Kusmaryati, Sri Endang dan -, Junaidi (2012) Investigating Lecturers’ Talks in the Classroom in the Second Semester in English Education Department, Teacher Training and Education Faculty, Muria Kudus University. [Laporan penelitian] (Submitted)

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                  In English Classroom, the lecturers usually use Classroom English in the interaction with the students. Classroom English used by the lecturer, or in this research the lecturers’ talks, must be communicative in order the students can understand the materials of teaching they deliver. In the fact, there are still many problems found in the process of teaching and learning in the classroom of second semester of English Education Department, Teacher Training and Education Faculty of Muria Kudus University. The problems often come from the students who can not understand the materials of teaching delivered by the lecturer. One of them may be caused by the language the lecturers used in the classroom. The Lecturers’ talk means in this research is Classroom English used by the lecturer. The purposes of the research here are to find out the lecturer’s talks in the Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing classes of second semester of English Education Department, Teacher Training and Education Faculty of Muria Kudus University in the academic year 2010/2011. This research is also to find out the lecturers’ talks in the pre-teaching, whilst-teaching, and post-teaching in the process of teaching and learning in the four of the classes. This research is in a descriptive qualitative research. The data of this study are Classroom English used by the Lecturers. The data were collected by recording the observation during teaching learning process in Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing classes of second semester students of English Education Department, Teacher Training and Education Faculty of Muria Kudus University in the academic year 2010/2011. At last the data was analyzed by using the model of Classroom English from Glyn Hughes and Josephine Moate (2007). The result of the research shows that the lecturers’ talks in the Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing classes of second semester students of English Education Department, Teacher Training and Education Faculty Muria Kudus University in the academic year 2010/2011 tend not to be various enough. The lecturers tend to use the same utterance of the classroom English. As some examples based on the observations, in all the classroom of Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing, in pre-teaching, there was no classroom English used by the lecturers in entering the classroom and meeting a new class . Besides, some lecturers only greeted the students by saying Good afternoon, How are you?, How is life? In taking register, the lecturer tended not say something in English, they just gave the attendance list to the students without saying classroom English. Considering the result of the research, the writer would like to give some suggestions as follows: (i) The lecturer should use different utterances of classroom English as some examples mentioned by Glyn Hughes and Josephine Moate (2007) to make classroom more attractive and creative so the students can understand the material easily. (ii) For the next researcher the result of the research can be as a reference for the further research which related to classroom English used by the lecturers and or the students with the different subject of the research.

                  Tipe dokumen: Laporan penelitian
                  Uncontrolled Keywords: Lecturers’ Talk in the Classroom
                  Subjects: Pendidikan > Teori dan praktek pendidikan
                  Bahasa dan sastra > Filologi. Linguistik. > Komunikasi. media massa > Komunikasi lisan. Pidato
                  Pendidikan > Teori dan praktek pendidikan > Pendidikan/ pelatihan guru di perguruan tinggi
                  Pendidikan > Teori dan praktek pendidikan > Pengajaran (prinsip dan praktek)
                  Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan & Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
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                  Tanggal Deposit: 11 Jun 2012 15:23
                  Last Modified: 11 Jun 2012 15:23
                  URI: http://eprints.umk.ac.id/id/eprint/316

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