Narrative Inquiry In Language Teaching And Learning Research Pdf

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This chapter explores the contributions and potential of narrative inquiry in English language teaching. Two stories of experience are presented and used as a touchstone throughout the chapter.

Narrative Inquiry in Language Teaching and Learning Research

This reflection is really valuable so that they can use to evaluate the way they behave in their EFL classroom and to gather information from the students about their perceptions of teacher practice. Using narrative inquiry design, this study focused on examining the experience of one of pre-service teachers during three months teaching practicum.

Data were obtained from the diary written by the participant after teaching and getting feedback from six students in one of vocational schools in Tasikmalaya. Furthermore, the data were analyzed using narrative analysis Ozyildirim, in order to find the use and contributions of this reflection tool for her teaching performance. The findings show that students' feedback becomes the valuable tool encouraging the pre-service teacher to frequently reflect and evaluate what she did in the classroom.

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Asian Journal of English Language Teaching

This study aims to reports on my experience in developing lesson plan together with an experienced English teacher by paying attention to the learner identity. This research took place at one of the Senior High School in Karawang, I as a participant taught in class XII and the research approach used was narrative inquiry to tell my experience about developing lesson plan than for the data used reflective journal looking at learner identity that would serve as self-reflection. The findings of this study indicate that in developing the learning plan it can be seen from the learner identity factor when I teach. By seeing the learning objectives, teaching strategies and supporting facilities and infrastructure for learning can lead to learning comfort, and the teacher can be more varied in choosing a learning model and also the supporting facilities and infrastructure used. Published by: Universitas Singaperbangsa Karawang Jl.

Asian Journal of English Language Teaching

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The f2f adaptation of the virtual meeting using video conferencing software has driven the teacher to have an effective and accessible synchronous learning environment, in addition to the asynchronous one.

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