FOSTERING STUDENTS’ WRITING THROUGH QUESTIONING STRATEGY

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Abstract

Writing was one of difficult skill developed by the students, since they need to do writing as the product of the writing skill. The awareness of students about how important writing skill is neglected, it effects their writing skill to be low. Therefore, the students of this school got many difficulties when the writing lesson was started. The research was aimed to analyze the lecturer’s way in implementing the questioning strategy in writing classroom and the advantages of this strategy. The method used was qualitative. The data was collected through interview, observation, and documentation. The findings showed that the lecturer’s questioning strategy was divided into three steps, and there were three categories of questioning. The advantages of the lecturer’s questioning strategy are the studentswere able to improve their writing skill, especially descriptive writing.

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Published
2022-02-18
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Sutiwi, S. (2022). FOSTERING STUDENTS’ WRITING THROUGH QUESTIONING STRATEGY. Journal Lingua Cendikia, 1(1), 9-15. Retrieved from https://jurnal.dcc.ac.id/index.php/JL/article/view/395
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