An integrated Learning to Meet the Intention, Preference and Benefit for Students of English Study Program FKIP Unpatti Ambon

  • Hanafi Bilmona Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FKIP Unpatti
Keywords: Integrated approach, recount paragraph writing, Intention and Preference of Students


This study aimed to facilitate students in an integrated learning approach to meet the purpose of teaching and learning. This listening–writing integrated  teaching data was a survey research designe, to identify  the intention, preference and benefit of students. The study aimed also to identify the case of theoritical proposition and the field practice. The data was taken from 58 English education study program students of  4th semest, those who were in the treatment of the teaching approach. Students’ responses to the questionnaires was in order to answer 2 research questions: what are students intentions, preferencec, and the benefits, and other suggestions of students toward the teaching approach. The data of research provided in approaching of Likert’s scale in the renge of 1 (strongly agree) to 5 (strongly disagree). However the questionnaires were designed more in positive view points towards the implementation rather than in negativesites. The questionnaire data was analysed using descriptive statistical  operaion to see the average number of students’ responses and the frequency toward each of three points. By data analysis, the result shows that, 30 student (51,7%) strongly agree, 25 students (43,1% agree) 2 student 3,4% neutral, 1 student (1,7%) disagree to the intention. There were also 20 students ) 34,5% strongly agree, 33 (56% agree), 5 (8,6% neutral and none disagree for preferences, while, 12 (20,7% strongly agree, 41 students (70,7%) agree, 5 students (8,6%) neutral and none dis/or strongly agree with the benefit. Even in a quite strong data, but there were also great number of studsent complain in their hand writing note data. The complains are in the cases that (a) writing is difficult so, it should not be in parallel with listening, (b) writng created boringness, and their proportion of changing this (integrated) approach. From the two data, the possible conclussion is that there was benefit for the integrated listening-writing but a fully and detail explanation should have than become the consern on the  awarenes of student


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