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Laporan KKL Uniba

Laporan KKL Uniba

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Published by: Ria Itu Miz Ai on Jun 05, 2011
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English DepartmentLanguage and Art FacultyUniversity of PGRI BanyuwangiThe Teaching and Learning Process and the Facilities | 1
Chapter I
INTRODUCTION1.1 Background
Education is an important thing in supporting human life perpetuity. This iswritten in Garis ± Garis Besar Haluan Negara (GBHN) 1983 ³ to increase standardof living, intelligence, and health of all Indonesia civilization that fair and reach allof population and give principles that become stronger to continue the development´.Education is as an aspect that has main function in establishing the nextUniversity of PGRI Banyuwangi held a KKL program to know how the real teachingsnd learning process in the other school. Thus, the education will be able to producehuman resources who have wide knowledge that always is in human lifedevelopment.
(field trip program) is a program the University student. As a warmingup for them in teaching process, so when they have graduated and become realteacher they would be a professional teacher.
(Field Trip Program) is a must for all students of language Educationand Art Faculty of PGRI Banyuwangi as a way for getting profession experiencesthat could be relied on. In
(Field Trip Program), the students have to apply allof the preparation they got in University especially in team working because it needsa division job in order to get information as good as well.
(Field Trip Program) of University of PGRI Banyuwangi, the studentswere localized in some schools in Bali, one of them is SMAN 2 DENPASAR whichis forced as one of model school in Indonesia.
1.2 The Scope of Problem
1.2.1 How is the process of teaching and learning in SMAN 2 DENPASAR?1.2.2 How are the facilities of SMAN 2 DENPASAR support successful teachingand learning process?
English DepartmentLanguage and Art FacultyUniversity of PGRI BanyuwangiThe Teaching and Learning Process and the Facilities | 2
1.3 Purpose of the Study
 1.3.1 To know teaching and learning process in SMAN 2 DENPASAR.1.3.2 To know the facilities of SMAN 2 DENPASAR to support its successfulteaching and learning process.
English DepartmentLanguage and Art FacultyUniversity of PGRI BanyuwangiThe Teaching and Learning Process and the Facilities | 3
Chapter IIDISCUSSION2.1 Theoritical Review
This chapter will present some factors which support a successful teachingand learning process. They are the motivation of students and the role of the teachersin improving the process of teaching and learning. This chapter will show the resultof our observation in SMAN 2 DENPASAR.2.1.1 What Is Student Motivation?Student motivation naturally has to do with students' desire to participate inthe learning process. But it also concerns the reasons or goals that underlie their involvement or noninvolvement in academic activities. Although students may beequally motivated to perform a task, the sources of their motivation may differ.A student who is intrinsically motivated undertakes an activity "for its own sake, for the enjoyment it provides, the learning it permits, or the feelings of accomplishmentit evokes" (Mark Lepper 1988). An extrinsically motivated student performs" inorder to obtain some reward or avoid some punishment external to the activityitself," such as grades, stickers, or teacher approval (Lepper).According to Jere Brophy (1987), motivation to learn is a competence acquired"through general experience but stimulated most directly through modeling,communication of expectations, and direct instruction or socialization by significantothers (especially parents and teachers)."
2.1.2 Kinds of Motivation
Student motivation is often divided into two categories:a. Extrinsic motivation:A student can be described as extrinsically motivated when he or she engagesin learning "purely for the sake of attaining a reward or for avoiding some punishment" (Dev, 1997). School practices that seek to motivate students

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