An Analysis of English Speaking Activities Found in The Textbook “Bahasa Inggris Untuk Siswa SMA-MA SMK-MAK KELAS X”

Anisa Fitri Wulandari(1), Ratmanida Ratmanida(2), Sitti Fatimah(3),
(1) Universitas Negeri Padang  Indonesia
(2) Universitas Negeri Padang  Indonesia
(3) Universitas Negeri Padang  Indonesia

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.24036/jelt.v8i1.103063

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Abstract


 

This research is a descriptive research that is aimed to describe the types and the degree of communicativeness of speaking activities found in the textbook entitled Bahasa Inggris UntukSiswa SMA-MA/ SMK-MAK Kelas X published by YramaWidya. The data was gained by using two data formats. The first data format is a table to gain the types of speaking activities in the textbook. The second data format is adapted from Littlewood (2004) which has rank and criteria in each level of communicativeness of the activity. The result of this research revealed that the textbook has relatively varied speaking activities namely role play, drill, discussion, interview, information gap activity, reporting, and storytelling. Also, the degree of communicativeness of the speaking activities in the textbook is above average.


Keywords


English speaking activities, textbook

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