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Title: Teachers, Perception Towards the New Curriculum 2013
Authors: Sunggingwati, Dyah
Keywords: curriculum 2013;teachers;perception;training
Issue Date: Nov-2013
Publisher: Faculty Language and Literature of Satya Wacana Christian University - Widya Sari Press
Abstract: The implementation of new curriculum 2013 begins in July. Teachers are required to attend the training of this new curriculum. Some of them have already participated in the training conducted by the central government. They are expected to be able to implement the curriculum in this academic year. Some perplexities emerge for stakeholders such as teachers, parents and schools who do not have any opportunities to participate in the training. Therefore, this paper reported the teachers' perception towards the preparation of new curriculum implementation at three schools particularly in English lesson. The data were gathered from interviews of three English teachers from senior and junior high school in Samarinda who have attended the training of new curriculum. The findings indicated that the teachers were quite confidence about the concept of the curriculum but slightly unsure how the English lesson would be taught to their students based on the new curriculum. They concern about the amount of time they need to teach which fewer than that the previous curriculum. It is expected the findings from this study would contribute to the development of the new curriculum
Description: The 7th International Seminar 2013 “Language Policy and Planning: What are the Issues?” Salatiga, November 20 – 21, 2013 ; p. 126 – 131
ISBN: 978-979-1098-46-3
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