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Title: Teaching English as A Foreign Language for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
Authors: Najmi Hilalliyati
Advisors: Dr. Fahriany, M.Pd.
Keywords: TEFL;Students with Intellectual Disabilities
Issue Date: Oct-2017
Abstract: The objective of this research was to describe phenomena in teaching English as a foreign language for students with intellectual disabilities (1) the developing English syllabus for students with intellectual disabilities (2)delivering English materials for students with intellectual disabilities (3) the students with intellectual disabilities dealing with English learning activities in the classroom (4) conducting the evaluation for students with intellectual disabilities in teaching and learning process. The research method used in this research is qualitative-descriptive. Instruments used in this research were observation guideline, interview guideline and documentation such as photo camera, video recorder, syllabus and lesson plan. Techniques of collecting data were used in this research namely observation, interview, and documentations. The results of this research showed that (1) the teacher developing English syllabus by adopting the syllabus from the course book with title Intisari Lengkap SD (2) In delivering English materials teacher also used the same course book as main reference and to help student in understanding English materials teacher used lecture method, demonstration method and giving an assignment for the students. (3) students with intellectual disabilities faced several difficulties such as difficulty with pronunciation, issues with writing process, very low reading, very low speaking and struggle in memorizing vocabularies(4) In conducting evaluation, kind of test that teacher used were written test and spoken test. The conclusion is students with intellectual disabilities faced several difficulties in dealing with English learning activities such as difficulty with pronunciation, issues with writing process, very low reading, very low speaking and struggle in memorizing vocabularies. The result of this research suggested to English teachers and other researchers who deal with students with intellectual disabilities are expected to dig up more information about the specific aspects of intellectually disabled students and select the appropriate methods for these students in learning English as a foreign language. Keywords:Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Students with Special Needs, Students with Intellectual Disabilities.
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