THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TEACHING GRAMMAR USING SONG IN BASIC LEVEL AT GENTA ENGLISH COURSE IN PARE KEDIRI


Author (Penulis)

MUHAMMAD AFHAMUL 'ULUM
Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri

Author Identity (NPM)

13.1.01.08.0145

Abstract

ABSTRACT

The grammar language is the description of the ways which in words can change their forms and can be combined into sentences in the language. By teaching grammar effectively, the teacher will know the way to teach and the implemtation needed. Because of that grammar is one of important subject that should be mastered learning foreign language besides spoken. The teacher should have a good method and good preparation to make the students will not feel bored and more understanding bout the grammar. In this research, the researcher wants to present one of the method of teaching grammar by using song at basic level at Genta English Course. The researcher researches How is the teaching grammar using song in basic level at GENTA English Course?. This research uses descriptive qualitative design and employs observe, and interview. The subject of this research is the teachers in Genta English Course Pare Kediri that takes only one teacher who teaches Basic level. The research was done in four meetings. The data are collected using observastion, interview, and documentation.Teaching can become effective only by relating it to process of learning. Songs Since the meaning is an important device in teaching grammar, it is important to contextualize any grammar point. Songs offer a change from routine classroom activities. They are precious resources to develop students’ abilities in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. They can also be used to teach a variety of language items such as sentence, patterns, vocabulary, pronunciation, rhythm, adjectives, and adverbs


Keyword

The implementation, Teaching Grammar using song, basic Level

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PUBLISHED

2019-02-19

JOURNAL

Simki-Pedagogia

ISSN

2599-073X

ISSUE

Vol. 03 No. 03 Tahun 2019

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