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  • 1. Name : Shinta Ari Herdiana SRN : 1001120553 Subject : Writing IV Classroom research is a whole range of research studies on classroom. Three essential elements in the research are a question problem or hypothesis, data, analysis and interpretation of data. The importance of research is not so much that is supplies definitive answer to questions. Rather, research can help us gain a richer understanding of the many interrelated factors involved in learning. It can help us see how the ways we organize learning environments can promote or inhibit growth.1 Action research is about working towards practical outcomes, and also about creating new forms of understanding (Mackey and Gass, 2005:115),2 and contextual, small-scale and localized that identifies and investigates problems within a specific situation (McKay, 2006:30). In this point an action research is a process to create new strategy of understanding. 3 1 Sandra Lee McKay, Researching Second Language Classrooms, London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, p.3 Alison Mackey and Susan M Gass, Second Language Research, London:Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, p.115 3 Sandra Lee McKay, Researching Second Language Classrooms, London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, p.30 2
  • 2. REFERENCES Mackey, Alison and Gass, Susan M. Second Language Research. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005 McKay, Sandra Lee. Researching Second Language Classrooms. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006