Learner and Instructor’s Perception on Discussion Technique in ELT

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Mujib Hasib
Abdul Hakim Yassi
Nasmilah Nasmilah

Abstract

This study aimed to investigate on how to optimize discussion technique. This is a descriptive qualitative study. The data gained through open ended interview and processed by using data reduction, display data, and conclusion drawing/verification. This study answered two research question. What is the students’ perception on how discussion will be effectively implemented? and What is the teachers’ perception on how discussion will be effectively implemented? The result shows that learning styles in discussion found to be important to consider on how the teacher should treat the students and what teaching technique is best to match their need. The standard of participating in discussion not only when students giving opinion it further whether the students pay attention in discussion. Not only the seating setting is important but also the number of students should be considered on how to implement better discussion class. Learning styles do affect what treatment should be given to the students. Teacher lack affection shows the ineffectiveness of the discussion. Therefore, discussion is considered to be effective if it meets some standards of its effectiveness.

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Hasib, M., Yassi, A. H. ., & Nasmilah , N. . (2021). Learner and Instructor’s Perception on Discussion Technique in ELT. Journal Educational Verkenning, 2(1), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v2i1.64
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