THE USE OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING SPEAKING

Eka Wulandari

Abstract


Problem-based learning is one of the interactive learning models to teach English, especially related to speaking skill. It is attractive for students due to some reasons. First, it lets the students deal with authentic and challenging cases which make them more stimulated to start the learning process. Second, it makes the students work together in groups that lets them to communicate and collaborate with each other. Thirdly, by using this model, students will have to find more information to solve the problem. This process encourages the students‘ critical thinking. Finally, this model enables the students to be in charge of their own learning achievement. It is up to the students if they want to be actively involved in the process or not. If they decide to involve actively, they will get many things, if not, they will not get anything. This condition is good since the students will learn to be autonomous learners.

Keywords


problem-based learning model, speaking skill, interactive learning model

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15294/utns.v0i0.555

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