Classroom interaction: an analysis of teacher talk and student talk in a Reading Class

Marcellita, Meydina (2018) Classroom interaction: an analysis of teacher talk and student talk in a Reading Class. Undergraduate thesis, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya.

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Abstract

Not only it does enhance the learners’ comprehension, but learning a language also develops their social interaction skills through communicative. The process of the teaching and learning could be arranged and organized well by the teacher and students during teaching-learning activities which are commonly conducted inside the classroom. Tsui Bik-May (1985) believes that what happens during input session is important. This means that the teacher and students should collaborate to achieve the goal of the teaching-learning activities. In achieving the goal, interaction is important in the classroom which includes all classroom events, both verbal interaction and non-verbal interaction between teacher and students. The verbal interaction could be done by using teacher talk and students talk, while non-verbal interaction covers gestures and expression by the teacher and the students when they communicate without using words. Realizing that Teacher Talk and Student Talk is very important in achieving the goal of the teaching learning activities, the researcher decided to do a study on it. In line with the introduction, the research questions raised in this aim to investigate types of Teacher Talk addressed in the Reading A classes and types of Student Talk addressed in the Reading A classes. This research was a descriptive qualitative study involved one English reading lecturer. She was the lecture of Reading A at the English Department of a university in Surabaya. His students were the students of early semester and had registered themselves to join the classes. The data of this study were taken from the classroom observation and the interview about some question related to the research. In recording the Teacher and Students inside the classroom the researcher used some tools: audio and video recorder, and observation sheet. Using the seventeen category system by Tsui Bik-May (1985), she found types of teacher talk in Reading A were factual question, yes no question, reasoning question, explanation question, information question, direct, nominate, inform, recapitulate, frame, check, evaluate, accept, comment, and clue. The most common Teacher Talk used by the teacher is informing, yes-no question, and factual question. In responding to the students, the teacher demonstrated accept and clue. Moreover, the types of student talk which were used are restricted reply, expanded reply, request, elicit, and interrupt. Common Student Talk used were restricted reply and elicit.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Teacher talk, student talk, Reading A
Subjects: English Education
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > English Education Study Program
Depositing User: Meydina M,
Date Deposited: 09 Aug 2018 05:53
Last Modified: 09 Aug 2018 05:53
URI: http://repository.wima.ac.id/id/eprint/15119

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