The Use of Instructional Teaching Strategy in Teaching English for Multilevel Classroom


  • Joko Prayudha. S University of Bengkulu


Instructional teaching strategy, teaching English, multilevel classroom


 The study was conducted to see the implementation of the instructional teaching strategy in teaching English to Multilevel classroom at UPB (Unit Pengembangan Bahasa) to bidikmisi students who take English course as compulsory subject at STAIN Curup. The design of this research was qualitative research which presented in descriptive way. The subject of this research are the tutors and the students of multilevel classroom. To collect data, interview used to find the basic information from the tutor about the condition and teaching strategy for multilevel classroom, then questionnaire used for the students to get the real answer of the situation in teaching English in Multilevel classroom. The result showed that tutors used variety of instructional teaching strategy such as lesson plan, student’s need, native language, self-access materials, group activity and evaluation and assessment to make students in multilevel classroom able to understand the English materials. The tutors always using different instructional teaching stratgey to promote success in English teaching learning process for multilevel students at UPB Stain Curup.


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