THE IMPLEMENTING OF THINK-PAIR-SHARE (TPS) STRATEGY IN TEACHING READING SKILLS

Aco Nasir

Abstract


Nowadays, the learning process is believed to be less effective when the learning activities are dominated by the teacher commonly known as teacher oriented process. There are a lot of research reporting that most of students are passive in the class. This is an indication that students are not cognitively challenged to think. Students commonly rely on the material delivered by the teacher. This condition can be overcome through one cooperative learning strategy called Think Pair Share (TPS).  This article a critical review toward previous research related to the Think-Pair-Share strategy with the aim to answer these questions: 1) how was the TPS strategy implemented? 2) how does the TPS affect learning of reading skills? and 3) how can the TPS make students more active in learning reading process?

Keywords


Think-Pair-Share; teaching; reading skills

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