PROBLEM FACED IN BILINGUAL PROGRAM IN FITK OF IAIN SURAKARTA (DEBATE AT FIFTH SEMESTER)

LISTIANINGSIH, WIDIA and Solikhah, Imroatus (2018) PROBLEM FACED IN BILINGUAL PROGRAM IN FITK OF IAIN SURAKARTA (DEBATE AT FIFTH SEMESTER). skripsi thesis, IAIN Surakarta.

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Widia Listianingsih. 2018. Problem Faced in Bilingual Program in FITK of IAIN Surakarta (Debate at Fifth Semester). Thesis. English Education Department, Islamic Education and Teacher Training Faculty. Advisor : Dr. Imroatus Solikhah, M.Pd. Keywords : Bilingual Program, Guiding Debate, Problem The objectiveness of the research are (1) To describe the qualifications of the tutors in joining Bilingual Program in FITK of IAIN Surakarta especially tutors at the fifth semester, (2) To identify the problem faced by tutors in guiding debate includes the material, the methods, the media used, the evaluation, the classroom management, and the problem in Bilingual program such as the system and the tutors selection, (3) To describe the perceptions of tutees about Bilingual Program itself. This research was conducted from 19th February until 14th May 2018 in the Bilingual Program in FITK of IAIN Surakarta. It was a descriptive qualitative research. The subjects of this research were 35 tutors, 4 organizers includes instructors and 26 tutees of the Bilingual Program. The data was collected from the observations, interviews, questionnaires, and documentation. This research used triangulation method to develop the trustworthiness of data by Denzin (2009) and Sutopo (2002), to examine the data from the interview with the result of the observation, the questionnaire, and the documentation. The observation was done to collect data about the process of guiding debate and the problems. While the interview and questionnaire were done to find the tutors’ qualification, the tutors’ problem in guiding debate and the tutees’ perception about the Bilingual Program. The result showed: (1) The analysis of tutors’ qualification showed that: a. there was no settled qualification which became the basic or the orientation to select the tutors; b. the Bilingual unit did not give the detail of qualification, but only focused on the tutors especially at fifth semester who were be able to speak English well. (2) The problems in five teaching components: a. the problem of the material included there was miscommunication about the material between organizers and all tutors did not get a module of the Bilingual program; b. the problem of the teaching method included the instructors did not guide the tutors in using methods and the tutors never used the methods; c. The problem of the teaching media included there was a lack of guidance by instructors, so the tutors never used media; d. the problem of the evaluation included there was no scoring rubric and daily scoring from the Bilingual Unit and the evaluation from Unit only held at the last of semester suddenly; e. the problem of classroom management included difficulty in determining the schedule and in explaining the material because the tutees were from mixing major. The tutors disappointed towards the Bilingual program system. (3) 88.5% of the tutees had positive response towards the Bilingual program who said the Bilingual program was effective for learning English, but 73.1% of the tutors felt unsatisfying with the system of the Bilingual program. From those problems, it can be concluded that the Bilingual program was a good program but the implementation was less of arrangement and less of systematization. So the Bilingual unit should evaluate the program considers about the condition of instructors, tutors, and tutees such as in material, time management, and rewards for tutors.

Item Type: Thesis (skripsi)
Subjects: 2x Islam > 2x7 Filsafat dan Perkembangannya
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Maha siswa
Date Deposited: 10 Dec 2018 01:46
Last Modified: 10 Dec 2018 01:46
URI: http://eprints.iain-surakarta.ac.id/id/eprint/1919

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