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Title: Students' Opinion on the Use of Group Work in Interpersonal Speaking Class: a study at The English Language Education Program of Satya Wacana Christian University
Authors: Phitaloka, Theodora Dyah
Keywords: group work;types of group work;cooperative learning;advantages of group work;disadvantages of group work;students' opinion
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: The purpose of this present study was to find out what type of group work the students prefer most and the students' opinion on the use of group work in Interpersonal Speaking class. The participants of this research were 17 students of English Language and Literature at Satya Wacana Christian University who were taking Interpersonal Speaking course in the first semester of 2015. The researcher collected data from thr quastionnaire. Through this instrument of data collection, the result of the study shows that mose students in the class prefer Pairs Check and Think-pair-share type. They chosse those types because of the simple type and multi-purpose media. In addition, the finding also indicates that the students perceive some benefits from group work in the term of engaging the students to speak a lot, helping the students to speal fluently in front of public, providing enjoyment and fun activities in students' learning process, providing an easier learning through helping each other and working together and giving an opportunity for the students to share opinions and difficulties. However, the student opine that group consumes too much time, makes noise, and gives less opportunity for them to ask the teacher.
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/10160
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