EFL Students Engagement in Reading Through Literature Circle

Rikha Mirantika

Abstract


The aim of this study to investigate utilized literature circle method in learning recount text, in using literature circle method on learning recount text, the students expect Engage in learning process. This study used narrative inquiry. This paper is present by words and explanation. This research has conducted in one of the school at Karawang. Subject of this research are a students of XI class, consists of twelve. The data acquire from observation, interview and documentation. The result of this study explain that there are three phase do students engage learning to read in literature circle and students reaction about literature circle. The first, students are facilitated to choose the reading topic. The second, students are encouraged to have discussion session. The last, students are motivated to share their story to group. Learning reading use literature circle method increase students’ motivation, especially for sharing the story to other group and reading comprehension.


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