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Teaching mixed ability classes 1 by nasrun

  1. 1. Article by Enny Irawati Presented by Nasrun Ahmad
  2. 2. Successful writing needs a simultaneousattention to: content, audience, purpose,syntax, grammar, mechanics,organization, and the writing process.
  3. 3. Related studies found that experiencedand inexperienced writers employdifferent strategies.This research reveals metacognitivestrategies employed by inexperiencedwriters.
  4. 4. Based on O’Malley and Chamot (1990:137)metacognitive strategies refer to: thinking about the writing process, planning for writing, monitoring the writing task, and evaluating the text that has been produced
  5. 5. Which metacognitive strategies dograduate students employ in writingterm papers in English?
  6. 6. To investigate which metacognitivestrategies employed by graduate studentsin writing term papers in English.
  7. 7.  Method Setting Subject Instrument Source of Data Data Collection
  8. 8. It is a qualitative research.
  9. 9. Place: Advanced Linguistics class at the graduate program of English Education majorTime: December 2006 - Januari 2007
  10. 10. Two students with initial names: D and W
  11. 11. Recording(using a tape-recorder)
  12. 12. Thinking-aloud done by D and Wwhen they were writing the first draft of their term papers
  13. 13. The spoken verbalizations of D and W were recorded with a tape recorder.
  14. 14. 1. Self-monitoring Strategy2. Self-evaluating Strategy3. Self-management Strategy4. Advanced Preparation5. Advanced Organizers Strategy6. Avoidance7. Delayed Production
  15. 15. During the stages of prewriting,drafting their term papers, studentsemploy metacognitive strategies tomonitor the process.

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