An Analysis Of Students' Challenges In Micro Teaching Class: Phenomena At English Language Education Of FKIP UIR

Utami, R. A. Tri Ratu (2020) An Analysis Of Students' Challenges In Micro Teaching Class: Phenomena At English Language Education Of FKIP UIR. Other thesis, Universitas Islam Riau.

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Abstract Challenges are problems or difficulties that were faced by the teachers or students in learning English as a foreign language. Challenges function is to create active prospective teacher in microteaching class know how to apply the lesson when they are learning alone. There were 5 categories that were classified by Bartell (2005); procedural, managerial, psychological, instructional and professional. This research aims to investigate that were faced by the student teacher and what they did in dealing with the challenges. To obtain information from prospective teachers, the researcher applied descriptive qualitative method in investigating the demographic data of students’ challenges in micro teaching class. The populations were 156 prospective teachers, samples of 14 prospective teachers were taken randomly by the lottery system. It also applied Questionnaires and Interviews that was adapted from Bartell (2005). There were 25 items on the questionnaires and only 7 items in the interviews that were answered by the student teachers. In analyzing the data, the researcher transferred all of the data into Excel which enables the data to be analyzed. The answers of the first question in the research question were the results of this study indicated that prospective teachers predominantly faced difficulties in the managerial category. This can be seen based on the results of the percentage of students' challenges in micro teaching class, namely Procedural category as much as 49%, Managerial category 63%, Psychological category 46%, Instructional category 54%, and Professional category 57%. This shown that prospective teachers at Universitas Islam Riau especially faced challenges in planning in advance the contents of the material as well as difficulties in controlling the course of discussion and clarifying students’ issues or opinions. The answer of the second question of the research question was the student teachers highlighted their mistakes and learnt from their mistakes and made improvements in the next exercise.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Microteaching, Students’ challenges, Problems in teaching.
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PE English
Divisions: > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
> Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Mia
Date Deposited: 14 May 2022 04:32
Last Modified: 14 May 2022 04:32

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