ANALYSIS OF READING QUESTIONS IN ENGLISH FOR
HEALTH COURSE BOOK BASED ON REVISED BLOOM’S
TAXONOMY THEORY

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ANALYSIS OF READING QUESTIONS IN ENGLISH FOR
HEALTH COURSE BOOK BASED ON REVISED BLOOM’S
TAXONOMY THEORY

Description

The objectives of this research are to investigate the types of questions
based on Revised Taxonomy Bloom used in reading task on English for health
coursebooks and to investigate the dominant type of questions based on Revised
Taxonomy Bloom used in reading task on English for health coursebooks. This
study used descriptive study which tried to potrait the use of Taxonomy Blooms
revise used in English coursebook for nursing students. This research used an
English coursebook for nursery students entitled “English for Health” by Eka
Susilowati and Agustin Widiani. The instrument of observation was checklist. The
observation checklist contains six components of cognitive process of Revised
Bloom‟s Taxonomy. The researcher gave mark (√) in the columns of the checklist
if the task is using the component of cognitive process of Revised Bloom‟s
Taxonomy. The finding showed that there were four components of cognitive
domain were found in English for Health students textbooks, they were
remembering, understanding, applying, and analyzing. There were 76 questions
related to remembering component, then 14 questions belong to understanding
component. Moreover, the rest two questions were included into one question for
applying component and one for analyzing component. However, there was no
question which belong to evaluating and creating component of cognitive domain
in book. To conclude the “English for Health coursebook contained four
components of cognitive domain, they were remembering, understanding,
applying, and analyzing.

Creator

MEKLAN JUNITO
NPM. 1421110037
Pembimbing I:
Dr. Dian Susyla, M.Pd
Pembimbing II:
Ria Angraini, M.Hum
Penguji I:
Kiagus Baluqiah, M.Pd
Penguji II:
Yupika Maryansyah, M.Pd

Source

ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM

Publisher

upt perpustakaan

Date

13 November 2021

Contributor

Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu

Rights

Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu

Language

Bahasa Inggris

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MEKLAN JUNITO NPM. 1421110037 et al., “ANALYSIS OF READING QUESTIONS IN ENGLISH FOR
HEALTH COURSE BOOK BASED ON REVISED BLOOM’S
TAXONOMY THEORY,” Repository Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu, accessed November 29, 2022, http://repo.umb.ac.id/items/show/2613.