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Engaging the Students in Writing Activity through Task Based Learning Approach

Volume 4 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition
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Author(s)
Ammang Latifa
Keywords
writing task, students’ guide, writing classroom, engaging the students
Abstract
This study concerned about modeling writing tasks to guide the students in involving writing class. The task is a media that design for the students to deliver their writing by the content of the instruction task. This study aims to engage the students to write in the writing activity. The researcher uses a qualitative method to investigate the students' engagement in the writing process by using a task. Furthermore, the researcher explored the students’ perception toward the task of their study. The researcher divided the students' into four groups that consist of six students, then distributed the task to the students and guide the students in doing the task by instruction. The result of the data showed that task-based learning could engage the students in a writing activity.
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