COMMUNICATION IN LEARNING PROCESS TO REACH THE AIM OF STUDY IN EFL CLASSROOM

Purwati Purwati, Irma Dewi Isda, Putri Baroona

Abstract


This study focus on communication especially verbal communication in EFL classroom. The aim of this study was to find out kinds of verbal communication that use by two important elements in learning, namely teacher and student. It is also to find out the impact of using the communication in learning process. The approach of this study was qualitative. The subjects of this study were first grade students of SMP N Langsa that consist of two classes and two different teachers. The result showed that many types of nonverbal communication were use in the learning process such as body movement, paralanguage, personal presentation, and proxemics. The positive impact through verbal communication like interactive between teacher and students can be found in the classroom. Teaching and learning process run well and met the aim of the study based on teaching planning.

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Verbal communication; learning process; EFL classroom

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