Teachers’ Perception in Implementing Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) at Maritime English Class
Keywords:CLT, teachers’ perception, implementing communicative
The objectives of this research were to find out the Teachers‟ perception in implementing communicative language teaching (CLT) at Maritime English class.
This research applied qualitative description. The population were the teachers at Polytechnic Maritime Barombong. The respondent consisted of 14 teachers. The research data were collected by questionnaire and analyzed by using goggle form to see the teachers‟ perception about the implementation of Communicative Language Teaching at Maritime English class.
The results of the research was: the teachers‟ perception in implementing communicative language teaching (CLT) at Maritime English class result which disclosed familiar and understand communicative language teaching (CLT). They also believed that Communicative language teaching (CLT) can improve the students communicative competence. The Teachers‟ perception in implementing communicative language teaching (CLT) at Maritime English class the researcher conclude that overall the teachers satisfy with communicative language teaching (CLT).
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