APELA PRESENTATION. USING LOCAL DRAMA IN TEACHING WRITING AND SPEAKING. Oleh: Dwi Astuti Wahyu Nurhayati State College for Islamic Studies at Tulungagung, East Java, Indonesia .
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Dwi Astuti Wahyu Nurhayati
State College for Islamic Studies at Tulungagung, East Java, Indonesia
THE 2nd CONFERENCE ON APPLYING (PUTONGHUA/ ENGLISH) LANGUAGE ARTS (APELA)
Department of English, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
October 2-3, 2012
Place and Time of Research
Time 4 months (March until June 2012)
2. Type of Research
Qualitative Approach: It is intended to figure out the students’activities in conducting the steps of writing the script and conducting local drama.
3. Subject of the Study
The Fourth Semester Students of English Department at State College for Islamic Studies at Tulungagung.
There were 50 females, and 15 males
Source of data in this research is the process of students create the script of drama, the students’ task to observe the other drama before conducting drama, the interview result of the students after conducting the drama.
Documentation: collect their scripts after observing other dramas in the form of drama script.
As the result the students become more self confidence to utter ideas, drama is considered as an appealing teaching strategy which promotes cooperation,collaboration, self-control, goal-oriented learning as well as emotional intelligence skills.
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