ENGLISH TEACHING IMPLEMENTATION IN INDONESIAN PESANTRENS: TEACHERS’ DEMOTIVATION FACTORS

AKHMAD HABIBI, MUHAMMAD SOFWAN, AMIRUL MUKMININ

Abstract


This qualitative inquiry is aimed at analysing demotivation factors of teachers in
Indonesian Pesantrens(Islamic Boarding School) in implementing EFL teaching.
The research is appropriately undertaken as a qualitative research with a case study
approach. The research sites for this study are two Pesantrens in Jambi, one of
Indonesian Provinces. Eight English teachers were involved as the participants to
providebroader perspectives of the participants in relation to the EFL teaching. The
researcher usedthree kinds of instruments in collecting the data; interview, focus
group discussion, and document review. The researcher conducted the observation,
interviewed the teachers, held focus group discussion, and collected related
documents to support the data.To assess the trustworthiness of the research, the
researcher did triangulation, member checking and reflexivity. The findings describe
working condition (financial matter and working overload); curriculum (rapid
changing of Indonesian curriculum and lack of teaching and supporting materials);
facilities (classroom temperature and over-crowded classroom); students (lack of
basic knowledge and lack of motivation).


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