Students’ Preferences Toward Oral Corrective Feddback In Speaking Class of The English Departement of IAIN Kediri

Giantika, Sances (2019) Students’ Preferences Toward Oral Corrective Feddback In Speaking Class of The English Departement of IAIN Kediri. Undergraduate (S1) thesis, IAIN Kediri.

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Abstract

Speaking is one of the four skills necessary for effective communication in any language, particularly when speakers are not using their mother tongue. The students as foreign learners learn English language to speak, here will be some errors made by the learners when they do a conversation in the speaking classroom. The purpose of this study are to find out students preferences towards the type of oral corrective feedback, and to find out students' preferences when oral corrective feedback should be given by the lecturer. This research design used in this study is descriptive quantitative research design and the subjects of this research are 110 students fourth semester in speaking class of English Department of Islamic Institute of Kediri (IAIN Kediri). The data of the research was collected using some items of the questionnaires. There are two questionnaires, the first question consists of 6 items about students preferences to type of oral corrective feedback by the lecturer. The second question consist of 15 items that which is answered based on the Likert Scale for students feeling when oral corrective feedback is given by lecturer, students preferences toward oral corrective feedback how oral error corrective feedback should be given by the lecturer, and questions for students preferences toward when oral error corrective feedback should be given by the lecturer. The data calculated and analayzed with SPSS verison 21 and 22. The first finding in this study is the students also agreed that when the students’ made errors the lecturer gives corrections, usingthe type of metalinguistic oral corrective feedback. In this second questionnaire there are three categorizations of each statement, the first category is to find out student preferences for students' feelings when oral corrective feedback is given by the lecturer, 49% or 54 students strongly agreed to get corrective feedback. The second category is students’ preferences towards how oral corrective feedback is given by the lecturer, 41% or 46 students’ choosing agreed if each of their oral errors is corrected. Afterward, the third category is students' preferences when oral corrective feedback should be given by the lecturer, showed is that 42% or 47 students' choosing agree if corrective feedback was given in the class.The conclusion from the study, thefirst finding shows the type metalinguistic of oral corrective feedback becomes the students' preferences. The second finding, is that the majority of students prefer choosing strongly agree when the lecturer gives oral corrective feedback in the classroom.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate (S1))
Subjects: 20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2004 Linguistics > 200401 Applied Linguistics and Educational Linguistics
Depositing User: Muh Hamim
Date Deposited: 08 Apr 2020 11:41
Last Modified: 08 Apr 2020 11:41
URI: http://etheses.iainkediri.ac.id/id/eprint/1147

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