Learning Grammar Strategies Using by Student of STIT Ibnu Rusyd Tanah Grogot (Metacognitive and Cognitive Strategies)
This research was about the language learning strategies using student in bachelor degree to learn grammar. Grammar is the big issue for student to learning English as foreign language. Sometime students have problem to comprehend the grammar in English language and to get more understanding they try to find many strategies to cover the grammar in their knowledge. In this research, researcher applied descriptive qualitative to approach the data. There were 35 students involved in this research. The student concerned in English language program. The research used the questionnaire from the SILL. Result of this research are the most strategies that used by student. 52,5% apply new words in grammar, 53% learn grammar from film, 52,6% learn grammar through reading article or newspaper, 50,8% learn grammar from writing description or letter, and 54,2% learn grammar from translation. 51,8% student learn grammar from the difficulties task, 66,2% student learn grammar through paying attention of speaking, 66,8% student learn from others smart friend in grammar, 54% student learn grammar from teacher, 51,6% student learn grammar based on the motivation, and 52,8% student learn grammar from the error analysis. The other researches need to apply from this research. The current research can study language learning strategies based on the memory, compensation and affective strategies. The research can add based on the gender to get the different result of language learning strategies from the student.
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