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dc.contributor.authorPutri, Mita Milasari-
dc.contributor.authorSetyarini, Maria Christina Eko-
dc.descriptionEnglish Edu : Journal of Language Teaching and Research. Vol. 10, No. 2 July 2012, p. 249-269id
dc.description.abstractThis study was conducted to investigate the English language of immersion students. Sixteen children participated in this study. Three observations were made to gather the data which were qualitatively analyzed. The analyses reveal that these children could spontaneously interact in English. However, the average of their mean lengths of utterance was 4.64. Many types of sentences were produced by the children. The findings indicate a need to help the children produce longer sentences. There were some strategies as revealed from the errors the children made, and some problems were revealed. A few suggestions were made based on the findingsid
dc.publisherFaculty of Language and Literature Satya Wacana Christian Universityid
dc.subjectoral communicationid
dc.subjectelementary schoolid
dc.titleOral Communication of Elementary Students an Immersion Elementary Schoolid
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