AN ANALYSIS ON STUDENTS’ LEARNING STRATEGIES IN ENGLISH SPEAKING CLASS AT THE SECOND SEMESTER OF BATANGHARI UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC YEAR 2015/2016

Erisa Kurniati

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Abstract

 

Speaking class is a danger class for some students. They have their own reasons for this case. They afraid and feel unconfident to speak in class, but they must enter the class and mastery this skill so, they have different characteristics, thoughts, and the own problem solving. At here, they must have strategy to achieve their goals. The aim of this study is to know about the students’ learning strategies in speaking class at the second semester of Batanghari University, academic year 2015/2016. In this study, a descriptive qualitative method was used.  The study employed total sampling; they are the whole of the second semester of English students of FKIP Jambi Batanghari University academic year 2015/2016. The result of this study is the students used more than one strategy in English Speaking class, namely: memory strategy, cognitive strategy, compensation strategy, affective strategy, and social strategy.

 

Keywords: Students’ Learning Strategies, English Speaking Class.

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