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Title: Investigating Speaking Classroom Activities at a Private Primary School in Salatiga
Authors: Arganto, Regiena Gaviola
Keywords: Young learners;Brown’s category;speaking skill;classroom activities
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: This paper reports on a study aiming at investigating the variety of speaking activities conducted by teachers in a private primary school in Salatiga. The data was collected from interviews. To analyze the data, Brown’s (2004) six categories of classroom speaking performance insights from other scholars were used to answer the research questions. The research questions are: (1) What are the activities that the teacher used in teaching primary students in order to improve students’ ability in speaking English at an elementary school?; and (2) How did the teachers perceive the implementation of the activities in the classroom? The findings reveal that Imitative, Intensive, Responsive, Interactive (Transactional), and Extensive categories were used to encourage students’ speaking skill in the classroom.
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