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ArtikelModifying Peer Assessment With Internet Browsing in The Translation Class of English Department  
Oleh: Jayantini, I. Gusti Agung Sri Rwa ; Sulatra, I. Komang ; Dewi, Putu Chrisma
Jenis: Article from Proceeding
Dalam koleksi: The 62st TEFLIN International Conference: Teaching and Assessing L2 Learners in the 21st Century, Denpasar, 14-16th September 2015, Book 2, page 156-162.
Topik: Peer Assessment; Internet Browsing; Translation Class; English department
Fulltext: hal 156.pdf (15.04MB)
Isi artikelThis study investigates the effectiveness of modifying peer assessment and internet browsing as an integrated approach in the translation class of English department. Peer assessment is found to be an enjoyable approach since the learners are able to learn from their peer’s performance (Widiati, 2003, Wang and Han, 2013). In line with Vygostky’s constructivism that believes in the strength of social interaction to construct knowledge, peer assessment can be potentially used to evoke the learners’ critical thinking through social dialogues (Juwah, 2003). Meanwhile, to broaden the learners’ knowledge and coping with the uncertainty whether or not their translation is accurate, acceptable and readable, the English department students can learn from the utilization of information technology through its search and engine facility. For example, when facing the difficulty in translating a specific term, they can browse to decide the appropriate translation by considering the usability of the term. After conducting a survey, it is found that the modification is, at the same time, completely effective to enhance the learners’ translation skill and to broaden their horizon. As they are asked to rate their friends’ works, the learners may raise their critical thinking by sharing and learning from the information they absorb.
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