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Designing teaching and learning of malay language through lesson study based approach

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Nur Ain Elzira Abdullah and ZamriMahamod, PhD
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

This study aimed to explore the skills possessed Malay language teachers based on option and non-option in providing the planning of teaching and learning of Malay language. Teachers’ skills were acquired based on their sharing experiences through the program of Professional Learning Community based-approached Lesson Study in the teaching and learning of Malay language. The conceptual framework of this study incorporates three models, namely Model Standard Guru Malaysia (BPG KPM 2009), Model Standard Kualiti Pendidikan Malaysia (JNJK KPM 2010) and Model of Lesson Study (Yoshida 2004) as the reference of teaching skills and the learning of Malay language. This qualitative study using multiple case study design and data were obtained through the study protocol interviews, observations and document analysis. Eight Malay language teachers involved in this study were selected through purposive sampling. The study was conducted in four secondary schools in Kapit District Education Office, Sarawak. Validity and reliability of the survey data were assessed through a pilot study, triangulation data, field notes, confirmation of study participants, and approved by experts based on the Cohen Kappa agreement coefficient. Data were analyzed by using Atlas Ti software version 7.1.0. The findings indicated that teachers with option and non-option of Malay language has many similar expertise in providing the design of teaching and learning of Malay language. However, the similarities anddifferences that exist in this finding are interesting phenomenon and should be backed up as best practices in designing the teaching and learning of Malay language. This study suggested that Malay language teachers either option nor non-option should inculcate the culture of collaborative in Lesson Study. This is to establish the practices of sharing knowledge continuously in order to improve in designing of teaching skills and effective learning of Malay language.

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