Teachers’ Strategies in Teaching Speaking at English Courses as a Foreign Language in Kampung Inggris
Keywords:Key words: Teaching strategies, Teaching speaking, English course.
A successful learning process is determined by teaching strategies that are used by teachers. The strategies will affect the learning output of students. Many graduated students claim that they need more experience to study English. One alternative way to improve their ability is to join an English Course in Pare East Java-“Kampung Inggris”. The aim is to investigate how teaching speaking is done and what the strategies used to make and help students to speak in fun way. The focus of this research is to expose the uniqueness of those strategies. It belongs to ethnography research using observation, interview, and documentary. The populations are from four English courses that were elected by purposive sampling. The result shows that the most often teaching speaking strategies are pronunciation class, grammar for speaking, academic speaking, impromptu and public speaking.
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