METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES EMPLOYED BY GRADUATE STUDENTS IN WRITING TERM PAPERS IN ENGLISH

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METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES EMPLOYED BY GRADUATE STUDENTS IN WRITING TERM PAPERS IN ENGLISH. (Research by Dr. Enny Irawati, M.Pd.). Presented by Lusi Mardiana. OUTLINE. Introduction Methodology Findings Conclusion. INTRODUCTION. Writing. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • (Research by Dr. Enny Irawati, M.Pd.)Presented by Lusi Mardiana

  • OUTLINEIntroductionMethodologyFindingsConclusion

  • INTRODUCTIONWriting

  • Producing a piece of text, the writer has to deal with content, audience, purpose, syntax, grammar, mechanics, organization, and the process of writing.

    (Raimes, 1983)

  • Successfull writing performanceUnsuccessfull writing performanceSTRATEGIES

  • The aims of the studyTo find out metacognitive strategies employed by graduate student writers of English Education major.

  • Time: December 2006 to January 2007.

    Place: English Education Department of State University of Malang.

    The research settings

  • Two students of Advanced Linguistic class at the graduate program of English Education major based on predetermined criteria.

    The initial of the two subjects of the research are D and W

    The subjects of the study

  • The Cognitive Model of Writing Process (Hayes and Flower, 1980)

  • Metacognitive strategies is a strategy which involves thinking about learning process, planning for learning, monitoring the learning task, and evaluating how well one has learned.(OMalley and Chamot,1990,137)

  • When the subjects wrote their first draft, they did the think-aloud that verbalized their thoughts.

    The spoken verbalization was recorded with tape recorder.

    The statements were evaluated to infer metacognitive strategies they employed.

    METHODOLOGY

  • FINDINGSD Meta-cognitive StrategiesW Meta-cognitives StrategiesSelf monitoringAdvanced preparationSelf evaluationDelayed ProductionAvoidanceSelf management

    Self evaluationSelf monitoringAdvanced PreparationAvoidanceDelayed Production

  • Types of metacognitive strategies prefered in doing writing that are organizational planning, self-monitoring and self-evaluation.

    (OMalley and Chamot, 1990, 142)

  • CONCLUSIONThe subjects of research employ meta-cognitive strategies.The strategies employed help the subjects of research to continue writing a term paper to the final text production.

  • THANK YOU

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