Using a Gallery Walk Technique in Teaching Writing Announcement Texts to Junior High School Students

Khairunnisak Khairunnisak, Rusdi Noor Rosa

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The aim of this paper is to discuss the use of gallery walk technique in teaching writing announcement texts to junior high school students. This technique is applied to help the students in organizing their ideas. In addition, it allows the students to share and exchange thoughts in a small group discussion. Besides, the students can also take part actively. The different activity given helps them to reduce the boredom during seating for a long time. It is due to the students go around the class to solve the problem that posted in the chart.In conclusion, gallery walk technique can help the teacher in teaching writing an announcement text to the students.

 


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Writing, Announcement Text, Gallery Walk Technique

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