STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN LEARNING GRAMMAR AT UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH PROF. DR. HAMKA

http://repository.uhamka.ac.id/id/eprint/17046/

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN LEARNING GRAMMAR AT UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH PROF. DR. HAMKA

Tiarsiwi, Fidaniar

This study is to investigate students’ perceptions towards flipped classroom in grammar class. Since learning activities have turned into online because of the pandemic COVID-19, the concerns are being raised about the quality of online teaching and learning English. Both the learners and the teachers are completely struggling. Hence, a flipped classroom model is one of the great solutions to this challenge. To figure out the students’ perception towards flipped classroom, the qualitative method was conducted by distributing a five-point Likert scale questionnaire to 27 freshmen of second semester who took Intermediate English
Structure. To support the data, the semi-structured interview was held to 5 representative students. As the research is about flipped classroom perception, the researcher classified the items of the questionnaire into three procedures in flipped classroom. They were before, during and after virtual meetings. The results reveal that 78,1% showed positive perceptions on activities held before virtual meeting, 73% positive perceptions on activities during virtual meeting, and 76,9% positive perceptions on activities after virtual meeting. It means the flipped classroom in grammar class had a good perception.
Keywords: EFL students, English grammar, flipped classroom

http://repository.uhamka.ac.id/id/eprint/17046/1/FIDANIAR%20TIARSIWI%20AND%20LINDA%20APRIANY.pdf

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