The Analysis of English Teachers’ Teaching Styles and Their Effects on Students’ Interest

Rosalia, Harnita (2017) The Analysis of English Teachers’ Teaching Styles and Their Effects on Students’ Interest. S2 thesis, Pascasarjana.

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ABSTRACT This research aimed to find out: (1) the teaching styles applied by the English teachers at SMK Negeri 5 Makassar, (2) the most influential teaching styles toward students’ interest at SMK Negeri 5 Makassar. This research employed qualitative method. The subjects of this research were two English teachers and eight students at SMK Negeri 5 Makassar. The data of this research were collected by observation, audio-video recording, and interview. The data of this research were analyzed by qualitative approach based on Miles and Huberman’s analysis which consisted of four steps, namely data collection, data display, data condensation, and conclusions-drawing/verifying. The results of the research revealed that (1) the English teachers at SMK Negeri 5 Makassar applied four teaching styles, namely expert style, formal authority style, facilitator style, and entertainer style and the dominant teaching styles used by the first teacher were expert and facilitator style while the dominant teaching style used by the second teacher was expert style (2) the researcher elaborated students’ interest into six categories such as concentration, readiness, need, joyfulness, positive attitudes and being enthusiastic. Referring to those categories, the researcher found that the most influential teaching style toward students’ interest is facilitator style in which focusing on teacher-student interaction. The finding also shows that the teacher tried to modify their teaching style such as using humor.

Item Type: Thesis (S2)
Subjects: PASCASARJANA > BAHASA INGGRIS (S2)
Divisions: PROGRAM PASCASARJANA
Depositing User: UPT PERPUSTAKAAN UNM
Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2018 07:31
Last Modified: 22 Mar 2018 07:31
URI: http://eprints.unm.ac.id/id/eprint/5961

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