CLASSROOM INTERACTION ANALYSIS IN THE EFL SPEAKING CLASS AT SMP NEGERI 5 SINGARAJA
Keywords:Classroom Interaction, Teacher Talk, Student Talk
The teaching and learning process is very dependent on the interactions that occur between teachers and students. The interaction occurs when the two subjects (teacher and student) speak. The purpose of this study is to analyze the types of interactions that were carried out during speaking class, teacher talk and student talk. This study uses a qualitative design with research subjects are an English teachers and 35 students in grade 8 at SMP Negeri 5 Singaraja. The data were obtained using observation and using the Foreign Language Interaction (FLINT) system as data analysis.
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