TEACHERS' EFFECTIVE TEACHING IN THE VIEW OF EFL STUDENTS: A SURVEY ON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN TASIKMALAYA

  • Junjun Muhamad Ramdani Universitas Siliwangi
Keywords: Effective teaching, Teacher's performance, Teacher's competence

Abstract

The issue of the teaching effectiveness based on the students’ perceptions is the major focus of this research. The questionnaires, following the seven Cs elements which consist Care, Control, Clarify, Challenge, Captivate, Confer, and Consolidate, are given to 401 respondents representing the students in Tasikmalaya. The result shows that their responses about the teacher is moderately effective. This informs that generally the teachers are less implementing the teacher’s role and the concept of ideal language teacher (Brown, 2000) which is also related to competence and performance (Richard, 2008) of a teacher. From these factors, to support the finding, the extension will be on the students’ national examination result because the part will be correlated with this result that is considered as an indicator of the success of learning, especially in learning English.

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Published
2018-01-01
How to Cite
Ramdani , J. M. (2018). TEACHERS’ EFFECTIVE TEACHING IN THE VIEW OF EFL STUDENTS: A SURVEY ON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN TASIKMALAYA. ELTR Journal, 2(1), 1-15. Retrieved from http://eltr.apspbi.or.id/index.php/eltr/article/view/28
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