AN ANALYSIS OF TEACHERS’ TEACHING STRATEGIES AND STUDENTS’ DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES IN ENGLISH TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS (A Qualitative Research at MTs Ash-Shiddiqiyyah and MTs Arifin Billah Cirebon)

Fitri Yani, (2016) AN ANALYSIS OF TEACHERS’ TEACHING STRATEGIES AND STUDENTS’ DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES IN ENGLISH TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS (A Qualitative Research at MTs Ash-Shiddiqiyyah and MTs Arifin Billah Cirebon). Bachelor thesis, IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon.

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Fitri Yani. 14111310023. An Analysis of Teachers’ Teaching Strategies and Students’ Different Learning Styles in English Teaching-Learning Process (A Qualitative Research at MTs Ash-Shiddiqiyyah and MTs Arifin Billah Cirebon) As international language, English has important role in the world. English usually used by among people who comes from different countries to communicate each other. So, learning English becomes a demand in the world today. Because there are many things that related to the world including education uses English as a lingua franca. As stated by Broughton, et. al,(2003: 3) that “half the world’s scientific literature is written in English.” The English teaching and learning process will be successful if there is enough knowledge about the characteristic and behavior of students. Teacher, as a person who delivers the knowledge to the students should aware about their students’ learning styles. Moreover, strategy is one way that used to achieve the goal. In this case, strategy is one ways which can be used by teacher or students to enhance the language learning. The purpose of the research is to know how the English teachers formulate and implement the teaching strategies in English teaching-learning process regarding to students’ different learning styles. Here the researcher will discuss the strategies used by the teachers regarding to their awareness about students’ different learning styles, and how they apply it in English teaching-learning process. The qualitative method was conducted with using questionnaire, documentation, observation, and interview for collecting data. The researcher distributes the questionnaire for students to identify the students learning styles. The researcher categorizes the students into three learning style, those are visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners. Then to know how the teachers formulate the strategies, the researcher conducted the documentation of lesson plan. Then to know the implementation of teaching strategies the researcher did the observation in the class. Furthermore, to crosscheck all of the data gathered, the researcher conducted the interview with three English teachers. The result shows that the teachers used some strategies for covering the differences of students’ learning styles. The strategies used upon the consideration of students’ character, the learning objectives would be achieved by student, and the characteristic of learning material. Teaching strategies used by the teacher such as demonstration, videos, reading text, lecturing/ storytelling, cooperative learning, discussion, and games. The other strategy used is based on the consideration of different preferences of learning styles. Teachers accommodate the students’ learning styles with giving different instruction for every learning style. For students of visual learners, the teachers facilitate the students some visualization in English learning. For auditory learners, teachers facilitate them with oral explanation. Then for kinesthetic learners, teachers provide the activities that encourage learning by doing. Keyword: Teaching strategies, learning styles, teaching-learning process

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor)
Subjects: Pendidikan > Pendidikan (Umum)
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > 3. Tadris Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: tuti alawiyah alawiyah
Date Deposited: 27 Apr 2017 02:12
Last Modified: 27 Apr 2017 02:12
URI: http://repository.syekhnurjati.ac.id/id/eprint/2169

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