STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARD PHONETIC NOTATION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING: A DESCRIPTIVE QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH OF SEVENTH AND FIFTH SEMESTER STUDENT AT ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDY OF IAIN CURUP ACADEMIC YEAR 2017/2018

Indri Febriana, Sakut Anshori, Henny Septia Utami

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The objective of this research was to know how the student perception toward phonetic notation in English Foreign Language Learning is. The population of this research encompassed all of fifth and seventh semester students of English Study Program in IAIN Curup. The total of the student was 91 students. From the population the researcher took all of the student as the sample of the research because they have learned pronounciation practice and phonology. Data were collected through questionare. The collected data were analiyzed by using tabulation and making percentage. The findings arrive at a conclusion that students perception toward advantages, familiarity and usefulness of phonetic notation were positive and student perception toward ease of phonetic notation were negative. The potential advantages that had been gotten by the student were awareness rising, autonomous learning and visual support. The resultsindicate the students aware if they get advantages from phonetic notation and familiar to phonetic notation but get difficulties in pronounce word by using phonetic notation.


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perception; phonetic notation

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