Peningkatan Keterampilan Membaca Teks Bahasa Inggris melalui Autonomous Learning

Mutmainatul Mardiyah

Abstract


To describe how autonomous learning increases students’ English text reading skills. The research was conducted at Faculty of Health,  MH. Thamrin University, East Jakarta.  The result of the research is as follows: (1) autonomous learning implementation at Faculty of Health, MH. Thamrin University is generally good.  The achievement of all indicators of autonomous learning is very high.  (2) Students’ English text reading skills at Faculty of Health, MH. Thamrin University is generally very good. The achievement of all indicators of reading skills strategies is very high.  (3) Autonomous learning has been successfully implemented at Faculty of Health,MH. Thamrin University to increase the students’ English text reading skills. Based on the research result, the students’ English text reading skills could be enhanced by deeply implementing the indicators of autonomous learning through 1). Developing self-awareness, 2).  Developing effective learning strategies, 3).  Developing thinking skills, 4).  Developing organizational skills, 5).  Developing cooperative skills, 6).  Developing metacognitive skills,  7).  Developing problem solving dan supporting others.  It proves that autonomous learning can increase students’ English text reading skills.

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autonomous learning, English text, students, faculty of health

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