Classroom Interaction in the English Department Speaking Class at State University of Malang

Usman Kasim

Abstract


This study involved the teacher and students who were taking Speaking II class at the English Department of State University of Malang. The data was collected by conducting a non-participant observation, recording, and interview. Based on the analysis, the present study reveals that classroom interaction (CI) is the realization of a lesson plan which is organized in patterns of CI. There are five patterns of CI identified. The most dominant pattern is student-student (S-S) CI. Nine interactional strategies are used by the teacher and ten by the students. Speaking II class can be facilitated by implementing certain classroom procedures. The students communicative ability is described in terms of the frequency of use of the interactional strategies throughout the semester.

Keywords


Classroom interaction; interactional strategy; communicative ability

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17977/jip.v11i3.101

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