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Students` perception of their questioning skill performance in microteaching class.

Students` perception of their questioning skill performance in microteaching class.

In order to answer those three research questions, the researcher used Survey method. The researcher employed recorded video observation, questionnaire and focus group discussion as research instruments. This research was conducted in the English Language Education Study Program of Sanata Dharma University. There were 55 Microteaching students who were taking the Microteaching class in academic year 2011/2012 as the research sample.To see the implementation of questioning skill in Microteaching class, the researcher observed the recorded video of 14 participants’ teaching performances. The questionnaire was employed to know the studentsperception of their questioning skill performance in Microteaching class. The focus group discussion was conducted to verify the questionnaire result and to dig out more information. The data obtained was then classified into several categories. Afterwards, the data gathered from those three instruments were triangulated. The researcher then drew conclusions of this research.
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STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE INFLUENCE OF JOINING ENGLISH DEBATE CLASS TOWARD STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL: A CASE STUDY AT STUDENTS OF ENGLISH EDUCATION PROGRAM WHO JOIN UKM ARGUMENT ACADEMIC YEAR 2016

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE INFLUENCE OF JOINING ENGLISH DEBATE CLASS TOWARD STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL: A CASE STUDY AT STUDENTS OF ENGLISH EDUCATION PROGRAM WHO JOIN UKM ARGUMENT ACADEMIC YEAR 2016

The aim of this study is to find out the studentsperception of English education program who join UKM argUMent on the influence of joining English debate class toward their speaking skill. The design of this study is case study. The sample technique is used by population sampling which consist of 13 students from English education program who join UKM argUMent (English debate class of Mataram University). In collecting the data, the research used questionnaire and interview. The result shows that the majority of the students answer that joining debate improve their fluency such as they are able to speak with few long pauses and widely range expression, more than half of the students said that debate help their accuracy in speaking in which enhance their vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar, most of all the students perceive that debate help them to convey their purpose clearly in speaking, and all the students claim that debate help them build their self- confidence and critical thinking. In addition, these students’ percep tions are relevant with the real condition of their speaking that can be seen during the interview.
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Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Indonesian Students' Perception Towards English Text Spoken by Japanese and Korean Students

Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Indonesian Students' Perception Towards English Text Spoken by Japanese and Korean Students

This study was conducted in order to collect information regarding to studentsperception towards English text that already spoken by Japanese and Korean students as Non Native Speaker (NNS) of English. Less than a week of gathering information through questionnaire that supposed to represent their perception with 11 statements were asked to them in aiming at getting on the studentsperception towards English text spoken by Japanese and Korean speakers. This study simply aims to describe the phenomenon of intelligibility between NNS of English in this globalization era. The results indicated that intelligibility become the main important factor in speaking with a good pronunciation. However, teachers still have the orientation on the Asian countries for their guidance in teaching pronunciation. Therefore, this study explores more on the consciousness of the importance of students’ intelligibility as the aim of the pronunciation and communication. These findings contribute to a better understanding of intelligibility in listening as one skill of learning English.
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ELESP students` perception on peer feedback in microteaching class.

ELESP students` perception on peer feedback in microteaching class.

The s tudents’ self-confidence also affected studentsperception. Some participants said that they were not confident to give comment to their peer because some of them felt that they were imperfect (“I am not perfect, so I cannot give feedback. I know that I cannot be better than them ” (Participant 9, Appendix 4)). This showed that some students have negative self-concept of themselves. According to Altman et al. (1985: 90), self-concept is very important because it influences individual in perceiving something. The condition when students are not confident in doing peer feedback will influence their mind to set “difficult situation”. That is doing peer feedback is difficult for those who are not confident. The next difficulty is related to students’ emoti on. The result from the questionnaire showed that the students thought that giving peer feedback was difficult because they did not want to make their friends disappointed and angry to them. They were also afraid of making their friends sad and down after reading their feedback. Here, students were influenced by their emotion. Emotion is one factor influencing people’s perception (Gibson et al., 1985). Because of being afraid of making their peer disappointed, the students decided to give good feedback although they did not tell the truth. It proves that emotion really influences people perception.
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THE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH LECTURER AT UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH SURAKARTA  The Students' Perception On Characteristics Of English Lecturer At Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta.

THE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH LECTURER AT UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH SURAKARTA The Students' Perception On Characteristics Of English Lecturer At Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta.

However this issue has been well studied. First by Wastu Prasetyo Wibowo at Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta on title “The StudentsPerception on Characteristic of Effective English Teacher: A Study at Sixth Semester Student of English Depa rtment of UMS” (2014), this focus study is on Characteristic of Effective English Teacher. The second study is by Humaida Banu Samsudin, Noriza Majid, Khairul Anuar Mohd Ali & Wan Rosmanira Ismail at School of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science & Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia on title “ Students Perspective on Lecturer Characteristic for Effective Teaching” (2011), this study focus on Lecturer Characteristic for Effective Teaching. The third study is by Stella Kourieos at Language Centre, Frederick University, Cyprus and Dimitris Evripidou at Department of TESOL/Applied Linguistics, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus on title “StudentsPerception of Effective EFL Teachers in University Settings in Cyprus” (2013), this focus study is on Effective EFL Teachers. The fourth of the study is by Allen Scarboro, Ph.D. at Fatih University, Turkey on title “Student Perception of Good Teaching” (2012), this study is focus on Good Teaching. The fifth of the study is by Dra. Sri Nur Yuliyawati, M.Pd. at Politeknik Negeri Bandung on title “Karakter Dosen Wanita dalam Pembelajaran” (2010), this study is focus on characteristic of woman lecturer in teaching.
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THE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH LECTURER AT UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH SURAKARTA  The Students' Perception On Characteristics Of English Lecturer At Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta.

THE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH LECTURER AT UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH SURAKARTA The Students' Perception On Characteristics Of English Lecturer At Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta.

ILHAMA BUANAWATI. A320130205 THE STUDENTSPERCEPTION ON CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH LECTURER AT UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH SURAKARTA. Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Jurusan Bahasa Inggris Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta 2017.

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Microteaching students` perception on the implementation of teaching lower semester students in developing their teaching skills.

Microteaching students` perception on the implementation of teaching lower semester students in developing their teaching skills.

Therefore, the researcher considers that it is necessary to know the Microteaching studentsperception on implementation of teaching lower semester students in Microteaching for developing their teaching skills. Altman, Valenzi, and Hadgetts (1985) stated that the way student perceives something, whether it is positive or negative, influences the students’ behavioral responses. If the students perceive the implementation of teaching lower semester students positively, their behavioral responses will be positive too which will support the teaching learning activities and the course goal achievement. On the other hand, if the students perceive the implementation of teaching lower semester students negatively, the students’ behavioral responses will also be negative. If the students’ behavioral responses are negative, it will hamper the teaching learning activities and the goal of achievement. In addition, Biggs (1989) as cited in Campbell, David, Lewis, Brownlee, Burnett, Carrington, and Purdie (2001) included that student’ perceptions of a given learning situation and specific learning strategies that they consequently adopt for that learning task is one of components to produce particular learning outcome. Studentsperception is known as process factor.
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MICROTEACHING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TEACHING LOWER SEMESTER STUDENTS IN DEVELOPING THEIR TEACHING SKILLS A THESIS Presented as Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements to Obtain the Sarjana Pendidikan Degree in English Language Educ

MICROTEACHING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TEACHING LOWER SEMESTER STUDENTS IN DEVELOPING THEIR TEACHING SKILLS A THESIS Presented as Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements to Obtain the Sarjana Pendidikan Degree in English Language Educ

Therefore, the researcher considers that it is necessary to know the Microteaching studentsperception on implementation of teaching lower semester students in Microteaching for developing their teaching skills. Altman, Valenzi, and Hadgetts (1985) stated that the way student perceives something, whether it is positive or negative, influences the students’ behavioral responses. If the students perceive the implementation of teaching lower semester students positively, their behavioral responses will be positive too which will support the teaching learning activities and the course goal achievement. On the other hand, if the students perceive the implementation of teaching lower semester students negatively, the students’ behavioral responses will also be negative. If the students’ behavioral responses are negative, it will hamper the teaching learning activities and the goal of achievement. In addition, Biggs (1989) as cited in Campbell, David, Lewis, Brownlee, Burnett, Carrington, and Purdie (2001) included that student’ perceptions of a given learning situation and specific learning strategies that they consequently adopt for that learning task is one of components to produce particular learning outcome. Studentsperception is known as process factor.
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STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON READING STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING READING COMPREHENSION.

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON READING STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING READING COMPREHENSION.

The study analyzed the studentsperception on reading strategies for improving reading comprehension. Qualitative and quantitative approaches were employed in this study. The obtained data were analyzed by using Pearson Product Moment Correlation in finding whether there is any correlation between students’ reading strategies and reading comprehension test. Data collected from interview were analyzed by using descriptive qualitative analysis method. Related to studentsperception on reading strategies for improving reading comprehension, it was found that students have positive attitude toward reading strategies since they were aware that reading strategies can help them in reading comprehension. The perception can be influenced by self-esteem, which in turn is affected by interaction with teachers, classmates, and family, eventually impacting their motivation for reading.But in facts, there were some students who often applied reading strategies have lower score in reading test compared to students who frequently applied the strategies. The result shows that the correlation coefficient (r obt ) equals 0.457. The correlation between
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The students' perception on reading habit formation.

The students' perception on reading habit formation.

The study is conducted by Yasinta Retnaningrum, student from semester seven of the English Language Education Study Program (ELESP) Sanata Dharma University with student number 091214093. The researcher is conducting a study about studentsperception on Book Report Course in ELESP Sanata Dharma University. Your voluntary participation in this questionnaire is required in order to obtain more data which are important for the finding of the study. Your responses will be kept confidentially. Therefore, your name and your cell phone number will not be recorded and your response will remain anonymous. Thanks for your voluntary participation.
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Students perception on the implementation of the weekly public speaking in Sekolah Menengah Pertama Negeri 1 Godean.

Students perception on the implementation of the weekly public speaking in Sekolah Menengah Pertama Negeri 1 Godean.

In this case, public speaking is conducted in Sekolah Menengah Pertama Negeri 1 Godean as the weekly public speaking. The purposes of the activity are to build the students‟ self -confidence and make the students accustomed to speak English in front of the audiences. The students search any kinds of topics or materials to be delivered in the weekly public speaking. According to Merriam- Webster‟s (2008), weekly means happening once a week or every week. In this research, weekly means the public speaking is held every Monday after their flag raising ceremony in the schoolyard. A student stands in front of his or her friends and teachers to deliver a speech in English. The time allocated is five minutes at the maximum. Since the activity is new and yet challenging among junior high school students, the researcher wants to find out the studentsperception toward
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Students’ Perception on In terprofessional Education

Students’ Perception on In terprofessional Education

Students' Perception on Interprofessional Education at Faculty of Medicine and .... (Salmah Orbayinah) 285 discuss about how to build good collaboration between healthcare providers in clinical settings. The students would then be noticed on the knowledge, attitude, and skills that should be developed in order to conduct an effective interprofessional collaboration for the sake of their patients [4].

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FACEBOOK GROUP ON TEACHING AND IMPROVING WRITING: STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION

FACEBOOK GROUP ON TEACHING AND IMPROVING WRITING: STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION

On the other hand, the challenges that teachers and students might face is the distraction by the features on FB group like games, personal chat and etcetera. From the data on table 2, it is shown that 80% participants feel distracted by features on FB group. This distraction made students spending much time doing activity using features on FB group. They did not focus on their main task on FB group for the purpose of writing. This distraction was difficult to prevent since it depends on students themselves to be more discipline. So, students were easy to be distracted by the features on FB group while working on writing task. Teacher role can be a motivator for their students. When teacher motivate students to be more discipline, it is expected that students can manage their priority to do while using FB.
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Students` perception of the implementation of cooperative learning in class.

Students` perception of the implementation of cooperative learning in class.

From the questionnaire distribution and the interview with the students, it was concluded that most of the students (85%) had positive perceptions toward cooperative learning. Cooperative learning gave many benefits to them and helped them to develop their individual and communication skills. Meanwhile, some of the students (15%) had negative responses toward cooperative learning which was implemented in English class. T he students’ dislikes of the material and/or the English language and the group dynamic were the main problems and made the students perceive cooperative learning negatively. From the class observation and an interview with the teacher, it could be said that cooperative learning implemented in English class fulfilled the characteristics of cooperative learning. The cooperative learning characteristics were implemented through three main activities. The first one was the pre-activity . It covered the teacher’s role in delivering and explaining the materials and tasks in cooperative learning. The second activity was the whilst-activity in which the characteristics of the implementation of cooperative learning existed. The post-activity was the teacher’s role to conduct material review, to do lesson reflectio n, and to give assignments and other references for the students.
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Students` perception on using mind mapping in prewriting step to poster students` writing skills.

Students` perception on using mind mapping in prewriting step to poster students` writing skills.

perception was the selection of the stimuli. Each respondent had their own selection toward prewriting strategy depending whether they felt easy working with a kind of strategy or not. Figure 4. 1. showed the percentage of the respondents’ selection towards prewriting strategies. Afterwards, the researcher analyzed why the respondents had different selection in their prewriting because they had their own opinion on the use or working system of each prewriting strategy. Even though they had the same concepts of using the strategy based on learning in class by the teacher but they accepted the concept differently, between difficult or easy and helpful or not to work with certain strategy.
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University Students’ Perception of Online Examination using Google For

University Students’ Perception of Online Examination using Google For

Using google form for online examination in this case gives several advantages. One of them is that the result of the test is automatically recorded as students finish the test. As stated by Agrawal & Maurya, 2016 p. 294) that “the results generated from online survey method (google forms) are secure as they are generate in the form ofdiagrams which cannot be edited. The excel sheet that contains the respondent’s data can be modified but thosechanges doesn’t reflect in the result diagrams. This makes the resultant diagrams more secure and only shows theactual data filled by the respondents.”
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Students` perception on cooperative learning used in extensive reading II class of English Language Education Study Program of Sanata Dharma University.

Students` perception on cooperative learning used in extensive reading II class of English Language Education Study Program of Sanata Dharma University.

70 articles and make a report it can lead them to have better skill in reading and writing. When they share the article to other they can learn how to speak in front of public. It can increase their speaking skill. (4) increase social and communication skill. The activities conducted in Extensive Reading II of 2010/2011 academic year Class B were presentation, summarizing the reading passage, and group discussion. All those activities invited and challenged students to be active in the class activities; otherwise the students cannot accomplish the course well. The active involvement of the students was obviously observed on class presentation. There was an asking and answering session in every presentation; and at the end of class, the students were invited to give feedback to the presenters’ and meeting manager’s performance. The researcher argued activities in Extensive Reading II class can make student have better interaction with other. Some activities like group discussion, question and answer session or class presentation can make them interact to other students by sharing opinion.
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Students` perception of the implementation of cooperative learning in class

Students` perception of the implementation of cooperative learning in class

when the task could be done by two persons, the teacher grouped the students in pairs. According to Richard and Rodgers (2001: 192), Cooperative learning is an approach of teaching that makes maximum use of cooperative activities involving pairs and small groups of learners in the classroom. When the tasks were difficult, the teacher used 6-member-group. However, as far as the teacher knows, 4- member-group works best. Moreover, Gaies (1985: 9) stated that all interaction requires a minimum of two participants; the amount of participation differs greatly for the teacher and learners. He added, groups of four or five members work best instead of larger groups which give less opportunity for the members to participate. The teacher took the responsibility in forming the group. From the gender basis, the teacher had set mixed group because the limited number of the male students. Therefore, some groups were heterogeneous groups; meanwhile, the rest of the groups were homogeneous groups of female students. The teacher divided the group based on the learning abilities, not on the friendships. The teacher had a notion that as long as there was/were one or two smart student(s) in a group, the higher-achieving student(s) in a group would automatically have encouraged and triggered to help other group members. Other group members would learn from the higher-achieving student(s). The lower-achieving students would also have triggered to learn independently in order not to fall behind the higher-achieving student(s). Hence the situations would help the students to master the materials and increase their grade.
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Students` perception on play performance class in development soft skills of students of English Language Education Study Program of Sanata Dharma University - USD Repository

Students` perception on play performance class in development soft skills of students of English Language Education Study Program of Sanata Dharma University - USD Repository

Robbin (2001: 122-124) says that perception has three components. They are a perceiver, target and the situation in which the perception is occurring. Each of them influences the perceiver’s impression or interpretation of the target. First, it is important in forming the perception toward certain stimuli. When someone is interested in perceiving certain stimulus at the first time, he will intend to know and learn more about it. These impressions will ultimately lead to the positive perception, in which the person feels happy and likes the thing. In contrary, having bad impressions will lead people to have negative perception, in which people will feel unhappy and dislike the thing. Therefore, if the students have good impression toward Play Performance Class, it is positively expected that he or she will perceive Play Performance Class positively.
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Students’ Perception on Borobudur Temple as Mathematic Learning Resource

Students’ Perception on Borobudur Temple as Mathematic Learning Resource

Students are enabled to think and do mathematics by observing, investigating, and exploring the physical building of Borobudur Temple. For junior high school, mathematical topics might be the geometry of two-dimensional such as square, rectangular, trapezoid, and its properties studied. Students can investigate the pattern tiling in the walls and floors of the temple. The geometry of three-dimension such as cubes, cuboids, prisms, and trapezoids are common geometric shapes for students. At the Borobudur Temple, they can find uncommon three-dimensional shapes and study them. Students can practice measuring length, width, area, or volume of those objects and then compare their size. As well as geometry the students can also be challenged to find weather the number of stupas has a pattern in number.
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