Student’s Grammar Mastery of Simple Present Tense by Using Egra (Exposure, Generalization, Reinforcement, And Application) Method

Authors

  • Fitrah Yuliawati Islamic University of Madura
  • Ika Nuriyanti Islamic University of Malang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32806/jf.v12i02.4166

Keywords:

Grammar, Simple Present Tense, EGRA method

Abstract

Nowadays English send to be the crucial language in the world. The existence of English subject should be focus on the grammar. Because grammar stated as the complicated thing in English. This study focused on simple present tense, teaching English subject especially in simple present tense generally make students felt bored because they did not feel confidence and felt difficult in understanding the material. Here, EGRA method to be alternative of the problem in which the EGRA method can make make students more enthusiastically in learning and confident in simple present tense. EGRA is an acronym of four major learning styles for student’s confidence and confidence, namely Exposure, Generalization, Reinforcement, and Application. Many researcher found that teaching by using EGRA method give well understanding for students in learning a new language. It can be shown that students become more creative, active and communicative in the class. The success of learning also depend on the method used by the teacher. Here the EGRA method used to fulfill the needed of student.

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Published

2020-12-30 — Updated on 2021-11-12

How to Cite

Yuliawati, F., & Nuriyanti, I. (2021). Student’s Grammar Mastery of Simple Present Tense by Using Egra (Exposure, Generalization, Reinforcement, And Application) Method. FIKROTUNA, 12(02). https://doi.org/10.32806/jf.v12i02.4166