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Title: Pre-Service Teachers' Experience In Using Game At SWCU High School Salatiga
Authors: Windianto, Andika
Keywords: Pre-service teachers;Teaching Practicum;Game.
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: As the use of games in class activity nowadays has become common, some teachers tend to use this kind of activity to attract student‟s attention. Sigurdardorttir (2010) also suggests that games can be a good teaching method when teaching foreign languages. This research focused on games that are used by pre-service teachers who conducted their practicum in SWCU (Satya Wacana Christian University) High School in Salatiga. However, since they are still learning to teach, this study will show how pre-service teachers deal with games as class activity. The aim of this research is to analyze pre-service teachers‟ experience in using games. Semi-structured interview were conducted after they finished their teaching practicum to collect the data from 10 participants who did their teaching practicum in SWCU High School. Observations were also conducted before the interview to check that pre-service teachers used games in their class activity, and to observe how they conducted their game. Games play an important role in the Teaching Practicum and that all of participants using game in their class it may need for additional knowledge about the games on their micro teaching class, so that they can know the various types of games and can use it appropriately, besides, with that knowledge, they can avoid problems that they face when implementing games in the future.
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/3492
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