THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BILINGUAL TEACHING IN BILINGUAL CLASS: A CASE STUDY AT THE SECOND SEMESTER OF THE ELEVEN CLASS

Okta Mahendra

Abstract


Speaking is one of important skill that really hard to be mastered. It is because English speaking has very unique style and role to play. It needs really hard work for the teachers to teach speaking skill so that the students can improve this skill very well. In fact, the teachers and the students face difficulties in mastering this skill effectively. They have many reasons why this phenomenon could be happen. It is very important to find what the reasons are and why they still have difficulties in mastering the skill and why they still make many errors in facing speaking class. Its really helpful to analyze the solution of this problem. Considering that speaking English is really important in this global era, so the solution must be found soon.


Keywords


error; speaking; speaking performance

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.36269/sigeh.v3i1.1455

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