AN ANALYSIS OF VERBAL CLASSROOM INTERACTION BETWEEN TEACHER AND STUDENT'S IN THE 12TH GRADE

  • Viona Oktafianti Alumni Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FKIP UMRAH
  • Dewi Nopita Dosen FKIP UMRAH
  • Muhammad Candra Dosen FKIP UMRAH
Keywords: Verbal Interaction, Classroom Interaction, Student Talk, Teacher Talk

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to describe the verbal classroom interactions that occur between the teacher and students whether the verbal classroom interaction in the 12th Grade at MA Miftahul Ulum Tanjungpinang runs well or not. The method that is use in this research is descriptive qualitative which the data were collected and then presented descriptively by describing or telling the results of the research with a description of logical sentences. The sample of this research are 4 students of 12th grade and the English teacher of MA Miftahul Ulum Tanjungpinang. The technique of collecting the data are non-participant observation, video tapping and notebook. The technique of analyzing the data are from B. Miles & Huberman (1994). The first is data reduction, the researcher reduce the data by record the interaction between teacher and students during lesson by videotaping and notebook. Second is data display, and the third is conclusion drawing, the researcher found that the teacher more dominant when interacting during lesson and when the learning process took place, the researcher found that the students confused about what they have to say when the teacher asks them to answer a few questions and they are also just kept quiet. There were four students in the class, only two students who were seen occasionally responded briefly.

 

Published
2020-11-18
Section
Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris