The Teacher’s Roles in Teaching English for Specific Purposes to Nursing Program Students.

Arifah, Nurul (2014) The Teacher’s Roles in Teaching English for Specific Purposes to Nursing Program Students. Masters thesis, Widya Mandala Catholic University.

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Abstract

The consideration of mastering English nowadays brings advanced concept in order to reach better education and career in globalization era and the mindset changes of English language education, particularly in nursing as a familiar job within public health. Related to that phenomenon, English for Specific Purposes (ESP) teacher should also notice that in teaching ESP they have to play their roles to help students in the teaching and learning process. Considering the importance of the teacher’s roles in teaching ESP, this study aimed at finding out the teacher’s roles in the teaching and learning process of ESP to nursing program students. Besides, this study also aimed at finding out the students responses toward the roles in the teaching and learning process of ESP to nursing program students. This study is a qualitative case study (approach) which focused primarily on understanding in depth the teacher’s roles in the teaching and learning process of ESP to nursing program students. The data to answer ‘the roles played by the teacher in the teaching of ESP’ were both verbal and nonverbal performance when the teachers were playing their roles in classroom while the data to answer ‘the students’ response towards the teacher’s roles’ were from the students’ responses when the teachers were playing their roles in the classroom include their spoken words and attitudes shown. For the both research questions, the data collection and analysis procedures were done using classroom observations (using audio visual recording, observation sheet, and fields note), questionnaire and interview (for both the teacher and students). This study found that the kinds of roles played by the research subjects were as the lecturer, clinical or practical teacher, role model, facilitator, mentor, assessor, curriculum assessor, resource developer, and study guide producer. This study also found that the students’ responses towards the teacher’s roles were that they liked when the teacher could do their roles well in the class. The students also could be able to understand their response towards the teacher’s roles that would have impact to their learning process, thus they became active and enthusiastic. While each of the nine from eleven roles played has been described separately, in reality they are often interconnected and closely related one to another. The teacher’s roles in the teaching and learning process of ESP to nursing program students could be used by teachers as the development of their roles in teaching and learning process in ESP and for the students to have positive responses towards the roles. Indeed a teacher may take on simultaneously several roles, however, a professional ESP teacher (in this case: nursing) should be aware of their important roles, deal, and develop those roles within themselves as those will affect and give positive influence to the students in the class and vice versa.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Teacher’s Roles, Teaching ESP, Nursing Students
Subjects: English Education
Divisions: Graduate School > Master Program in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
Depositing User: Users 12 not found.
Date Deposited: 05 Nov 2015 02:21
Last Modified: 05 Nov 2015 02:21
URI: http://repository.wima.ac.id/id/eprint/3880

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