LECTURERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARD WRITING AND TEACHING WRITING STRATEGIES IN RELATION TO WRITING ATTITUDE OF THE SIXTH SEMESTER STUDENTS OF ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM OF FKIP SRIWIJAYA UNIVERSITY

Bethadini Merah Delima Joni, Rita Inderawati, Erlina Erlina

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abstract: Writing is the most difficult skill among other three basic language skills. Apparently, most of the sixth semester students of English Education Study Program of FKIP Sriwijaya University already had good achievement toward this skill. The purposes of this study were to find out the attitude toward writing of the sixth semester students and the attitude toward writing and teaching writing strategies of the writing course lecturers of English Education Study Program of FKIP Sriwijaya University. Participants of the study included the sixth semester students of writing course themselves (N=84) and the lecturers of the sixth semester writing course students (N=3). The sample was taken by using purposive sampling test. A descriptive analysis study was applied as the method of the study. Survey in a form of questionnaire was used as data gathering instrument. Data analysis revealed most of the students and all the lecturers had positive attitude toward writing; and all the lecturers had positive attitude on their teaching writing strategies.


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