Aa Study On Western English Lecturer Styles In Teaching At Uki Toraja

Saiful Saiful(1*), Sumirna Sumirna(2),

(1) Unismuh Makassar, Jl. Sultan Alauddin No 256, Makassar, Indonesia
(2) ABA UMI, Jln Urip Sumoharjo Km 5, Makassar, Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author



Abstract


The aim and cord point of this research was to find out the students’ perception toward their western English lecturer styles in teaching the researcher employed qualitative description method for the study. The data resources for the research were 27 students at sixth semester students, they were chosen randomly and one Western English Lecturer from UKI Toraja. The instrument for the research consisted of observation, questioners and interview. In analyzing the data, the researcher applied a descriptive method by investigating one of teaching styles namely delegator. The result of the teaching styles based to the interview conducted were the lecturer delegated students in independent to explore their opinion, the lecturer did not intimidate students in giving and express their ideas, the lecturer served students’ critical questions, the lecturer gave explanation in core points only for every teaching and the lecturer encouraged students’ thinking in learning process also design the material himself in order to appreciate copyright. The students’ perception toward teaching style that used by the western English lecturer in teaching can be explained that delegator was at the high-level perceptions. The student gave high level perception toward delegator in teaching style

Keywords


Teaching styles, Western English Lecturer, Student Perceptions, Delegator

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