THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FRAYER MODEL STRATEGY IN REINFORCING YOUNG LEARNERS’ VOCABULARY ACHIEVEMENT

Martin Kustati, Yelfi Prisillia

Abstract


Mempelajari kosa kata baru seringkali membosankan dan sulit bagi pelajar pemula. Mereka mungkin menghadapi kesulitan berurusan dengan makna, ejaan, kelas kata, dan pengucapan kata-kata baru. Beberapa pelajar pemula juga sulit mengingat kata-katanya. Hanya beberapa dari mereka yang dapat mengingat dengan baik, baik dalam pengejaan, atau pengucapan kata-kata. Jadi seorang guru bahasa Inggris harus menemukan strategi yang menarik dalam menghadapi situasi ini. Salah satu strategi yang dapat digunakan adalah strategi Frayer Model. Strategi ini memungkinkan peserta didik untuk mempelajari kata-kata baru. Mereka mendefinisikan sebuah konsep, kata atau istilah, menggambarkan karakteristik esensialnya, memberikan contoh-contoh gagasan dan menyarankan bukan contoh-contoh gagasan. Dengan demikian, pembelajar bahasa dapat menggunakan waktu secara efektif dalam pembelajaran kosa kata. Dari strategi Frayer Model, mereka dapat mempelajari makna, ejaan, dan pengucapan kata baru juga. Dengan demikian, makalah ini dimaksudkan untuk menggambarkan implementasi strategi Model Frayer dalam memperkuat kosakata bahasa Inggris pelajar pemula.

 


Keywords


Pembelajar pemula, kosa kata, Pencapaian kosa kata, Strategi model Frayer



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15548/alawlad.v8i1.1595
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