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Title: English Department Students’ Attitudes Toward English-Only Policy In Group Discussions In The Classroom
Authors: Leba, Elsa Emiria
Keywords: English as a medium of instruction (EMI);English-only policy;Monolingual approach and method
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: This study investigated the English Department students’ attitudes, which were opinions, feelings, and behaviors toward the English-only policy in group discussions in the classroom. The attitudes would be focused on the three components: cognitive component, evaluative component, and behavioral component (Wenden, 1991; Hyrkstedt and Kajala, 1998; and Ladegaard, 2000). The data were all collected from the students at Satya Wacana Christian University, Indonesia. One main research question was asked; What are English Department students’ attitudes toward English-only Policy in group discussions in the classroom? Eighteen students participated in this study. In collecting the data, a semi-structured interview method was conducted and the data were analyzed by separating the attitudes into those three components. Then, the components would be divided again into several subcomponents based on ED students’ answers about their attitudes. The results of this study suggested that the clash attitudes, the contradictory answer between each component of the attitudes, occurred. The results were in line with a previous finding found by Petric (2002).
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/7269
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