Developing the English Grammar Module Based-Cooperative Learning to Teach Basic English Grammar: Focus on Students’ Needs

  • Arimuliani Ahmad Universitas Islam Riau
Keywords: The English Grammar module, Cooperative Learning, Basic English Grammar

Abstract

Grammar is like a mother of English Language competence which affects all competences in English language proficiency such as speaking, listening, reading and writing. Even though it has been learnt for 9 years by the first semester students’, grammar still becomes a big problem to be mastered. If so, the lecturer should develop epic instructional media based the students’ need and interest to solve this problem. This research is a part of R & D (research and Development) design which only focuses on students’ need analysis. The participant of this research 1B (first semester students) which numbered 38 students. The students are given a questionnaire to be answered to find out the target needs which consist of students’ lack, students’ necessity and the students’ want. This research reveals that results are 76,3% target needs of students (lacks), 76,3% the target needs of students (necessity) and 78,9 %  target needs of students (wants).  

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Author Biography

Arimuliani Ahmad, Universitas Islam Riau

English Department

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Published
2018-08-15
How to Cite
Ahmad, A. (2018). Developing the English Grammar Module Based-Cooperative Learning to Teach Basic English Grammar: Focus on Students’ Needs. ELT-Lectura, 5(2), 138-148. https://doi.org/10.31849/elt-lectura.v5i2.1586
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