Students’ Error Spoken Language Production Through Monitor Theory

Authors

  • Riski Valentika

Abstract

The objective of this research to identify how students’ spoken language production through monitor theory. The design of this research is descriptive method. The population of this research are all students fourth semester of English Study program of UMB. The sample of this research is 25%, there are thirtytwo students. In collecting the data, the research used picture taken from writing English Language Test book and also used camera, and video to get the data of students’ spoken production through monitor theory as the instrument. This research found that the fourth semester students of English Study program at Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu made errors in spoken language production. There were positive hesistant, mute and the students didn’t speak fluently also in Under user seem to be immune to error correction, and do not perform well on grammar. The under user typically judges grammaticality by feel. There were few hesistant, few mute and the students spoke fluently.

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Published

2022-06-23

How to Cite

Valentika, R. (2022). Students’ Error Spoken Language Production Through Monitor Theory. EJIP : Educational Journal of Innovation and Publication, 1(1), 36–44. Retrieved from https://ejournal.periexca.org/index.php/ejip/article/view/ejip