STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES IN FOLLOWING TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS OF MICROTEACHING CLASSES AT ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM OF MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU

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STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES IN FOLLOWING TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS OF MICROTEACHING CLASSES AT ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM OF MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU

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Abstract
The purpose of this research was to determine students’ experiences in following teaching and learning process of microteaching classes at English Education Program Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu. This research designed using qualitative research that uses descriptive methods as a procedure to obtain descriptive data. The researcher taken sixth semester students to collect research data. The instrument of this research used questionnaire to get the data about students’ experiences in following teaching and learning process of microteaching classes, in the form of open-ended questions with a choice of Yes or No. In addition, there are 16 question items given to the sixth semester students based on the adoption of the Microteaching Book (Sofendi, 2014). And video observations are used to ensure the student answers so that the data is more valid. The results showed that the students gained overall experience in following teaching and learning process of the microteaching class at English Education Program of Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu.
Keywords:Experience, Teaching and Learning, Microteaching Class

Creator

Lisa Rusmeini
Kiagus Baluqiah

Source

Bahasa Inggris

Publisher

UPT Perpustakaan

Date

05/13/2022

Contributor

Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu

Rights

Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu

Language

Bahadsa Indonesia

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References
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Razali, K. & Zulfikar, T. (2018). I love teaching: The reflective stories of Englishteachers at achieving schools in Banda Aceh. Englisia Journal of Language,Education, and Humanities, 6(1), 52-63.
Sarimah, Eri., Efendi, Roy & Figiati Indra Dewi (2019). The Development of Online Based Microteaching Learning in Improving The Teaching Basic Skills in The Covid 19.
Sofendi.(2014). Microteaching Book. Palembang: SIMETRI.
Uzun, N. (2012). A sample of microteaching in environmental education and itseffect on pre-service teachers’ presenting effective lessons. Asia-Pacific Forumon Science Learning and Teaching, 13(1).
Yulenda, Arwika. (2017). Students' Experiences in Following Microteaching Class at English Education Study Program of Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu.Bengkulu: Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu.






References
Ajileye, M. A. (2013). Effects of microteaching skills on student teachers’performance on teaching practice in colleges of education, North-Central,Nigeria. Department of Educational Technology, University of Ilorin, Ilorin,Nigeria.
Arsal, Z. (2015). The effects of microteaching on the critical thinking dispositionsof pre-service teachers.Australian Journal of Teacher Education (Online),40(3), 140-153.
Ary, Jacobs et al. 2002. Introduction To Research in Education. Belmont: Wadsorth
Buyukkarci K 2010. The Effect of Formative Assessment on Learners’ Test Anxiety and Assessment Preferences in EFL Context.PhD Dissertation, Unpublished. Adana, Cukurova University
Chaudary, N., Mahato, S. K., Chaudary, S., & Bhatia, B. D. (2015).Microteachingskill for health professionals. Journal of Universal College of Medical Sciences,3(9).
Darmayenti, Besral.( 2017). Development ofMicroteaching model for English. departement UIN Imam BonjolPadang. Unpublished research. Fundedby DIPA UIN Imam Bonjol Padang2017.
Darmayenti, D., Besral, B., & Kustati, M. (2019). English Skills Based Microteaching: AnEffective Model in Enhancing English Student Teachers’ Teaching Skills. Al-Ta Lim Journal, 26(1).
Dewey, J. (2008). Later works vol. 10: Art as experience (J.-A. Boydston, Ed.).Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press. (First published in 1934).
Gurbuz, F. (2015). The views of pre-service teachers who take special teachingcourse within the context of pedagogical formation certificate program aboutmicro-teaching method and a physics lesson plan. International Journal on NewTrends in Education and Their Implications, 6(4), 1309-6249.
Loughran, John and Mary Lynn. (2016). International Handbook of Teacher Education Vol 1. Singapore: Springer.
Maxwell, J. A. 2009. Qualitative research design: An interactive approach (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Razali, K. & Zulfikar, T. (2018). I love teaching: The reflective stories of Englishteachers at achieving schools in Banda Aceh. Englisia Journal of Language,Education, and Humanities, 6(1), 52-63.
Sarimah, Eri., Efendi, Roy & Figiati Indra Dewi (2019). The Development of Online Based Microteaching Learning in Improving The Teaching Basic Skills in The Covid 19.
Sofendi.(2014). Microteaching Book. Palembang: SIMETRI.
Uzun, N. (2012). A sample of microteaching in environmental education and itseffect on pre-service teachers’ presenting effective lessons. Asia-Pacific Forumon Science Learning and Teaching, 13(1).
Yulenda, Arwika. (2017). Students' Experiences in Following Microteaching Class at English Education Study Program of Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu.Bengkulu: Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu.





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Lisa Rusmeini and Kiagus Baluqiah, “STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES IN FOLLOWING TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS OF MICROTEACHING CLASSES AT ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM OF MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU,” Repository Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu, accessed July 25, 2024, http://repo.umb.ac.id/items/show/3219.