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TECHNIQUES OF TEACHING VOCABULARY AT THE SECOND GRADE STUDENTS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AT BARURAMBAT KOTA 1 PAMEKASAN

HARDIYANTI, EKA SHINTIA (2013) TECHNIQUES OF TEACHING VOCABULARY AT THE SECOND GRADE STUDENTS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AT BARURAMBAT KOTA 1 PAMEKASAN. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Today, English is very important subject that must be provided for students to develop their skill. By applying some techniques in teaching English vocabulary, it is hoped that students will be interested in learning English vocabulary. this study focuses on techniques of teaching vocabulary at the second grade students of elementary school at Barurambat kota 1 Pamekasan. The purposes of this study are: (1) to know the kinds of teaching techniques used by the teacher in teaching vocabulary, (2) to know the ways of the English teacher applies the techniques in teaching vocabulary, and (3) to know the teacherÂ’s reasons of using the techniques of teaching vocabulary. This study was a descriptive qualitative research because the researcher worked in natural setting, it concerned with the process rather than outcomes and it described the fact of the subject. The subject in this reseacrh was one English teacher who was teaching at the second grade students of elementary school at Barurambat kota 1 Pamekasan. The instruments in this study were interview and observation. The findings showed that the teacher applied seven techniques in teaching English vocabulary; (1) Using visual technique: showing pictures related to the material in the classroom. (2) Using Mime and Gesture technique: mime action and pronounce the words. (3) Using contrast and opposite technique: giving a chance the students to hear the words in a sentence. (4) Using example of the type technique: explaining the meaning of superordinates. (5) Using translation technique: helping the students translates new words and difficult words. (6) Using game technique: applying some game to avoid studentsÂ’ boredom. And (7) Using song technique: write and song together. Then, the teacherÂ’s reasons of choosing those techniques were: (1) Using visual technique: The teacher wants the students interested in material presented and the teacher wants the students to understand the material quickly. (2) Using Mime and Gesture technique: the teacher wants the students to be more active in classroom, also the teacher can ensure the studentsÂ’ understanding. (3) Using contrast and opposite technique: The teacher wants the students to be able to classify the word and she wants to avoid the monotonous situation. (4) Using example of the type technique: the teacher wants the students to be able to classify the word and she wants the students to understand the material quickly. (5) Using translation technique: the teacher wants to help the students to know the meaning of words and the teacher can save valuable time. (6) Using game technique: the teacher wants the students to be more active in classroom. And (7) Using song technique: the teacher wants the students can remember the material for a long time and the teacher wants the students more enthusiastic in learning English.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of English Language Education (88203)
Depositing User: Mrs Ruli Alfi
Date Deposited: 18 Apr 2016 09:38
Last Modified: 18 Apr 2016 09:38
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/27208

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