An Investigation Into Foreign Pre-Service Teacher's Intelligibility in an International Teaching Program

Dini Nur Afifah, Yanty Wirza
2021 Proceedings of the Thirteenth Conference on Applied Linguistics (CONAPLIN 2020)   unpublished
In this globalization era, schools have grown diverse where in one classroom both teachers and students do not share the same language and culture. This condition gains interests from pre-service teachers to be participating in international teaching practicum programs. To be successful in this program, teachers are required to acquire the requisite abilities to teach both linguistically and culturally diverse classroom. This issue highlights the interaction between students and teachers when
more » ... and teachers when both sides have different linguistic and cultural background. Thus, this study intends to see the pre-service teacher's intelligibility, which is important to see the success of learning and teaching process in the classroom. This study also aims to check how the pre-service teacher overcomes the challenges in communication within foreign country. The participants of this study are a foreign pre-service teacher with both linguistically and culturally diverse background and Indonesian junior high school students grade VII. This study employs qualitative case study design, with multiple sources to gather the data needed such as classroom observation and interview. The data analysis is expected to reveal the level of intelligibility from the pre-service teacher who is participating in the international teaching program and the elaboration from how to overcome the challenges within international communication during the teaching and learning process in the classroom.
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.210427.021 fatcat:dkqcz45x65f6bkrtoih7b3zhua