TEACHING ACTION VERBS THROUGH COLLOCATION PRACTICE
AT THE 7TH GRADE OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Dian Sri Hermayani1, Don Narius2
Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
FBS Universitas Negeri Padang
Artikel ini menjelaskan tentang pengajaran Action Verbs
melalui teknik Collocation Practice yang diperuntukkan bagi siswa tingkat pertama Sekolah Menengah Pertama (SMP). Collocation
Practice merupakann sebuah teknik pengajaran yang menggabungkan potongan- potongan Action Verbs dibantu dengan Noun dan
Adjective, yang nantinya teknik ini bisa dilakukan secara individu maupun berkelompok di kelas. Teknik Collocation Practice ini merupakan teknik pengajaran
pengajaran yang memotivasi dan membantu siswa
dalam memahami Action Verbs. Siswa akan lebih aktif dalam
kegiatan pembelajaran dan merespon dengan baik materi yang
diajarkan oleh guru di kelas.
Keywords: Action Verbs, Collocation Practice, Junior High School Students A. Introduction
he students should learn about many basic skills in learning English that included in four skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. The students can learn to master it every step by step according to their own grade. In the first grade of Junior High School, the students must be introduced to some basic topics of grammar. One of them is a verb that belongs in part of speech. Verb can be taught in action verb. Action Verbs is one of the basic categories
of verb in English grammar.
Action verbs are basic for students to make simple sentences. Action verbs are verbs that specifically describe what the subject of the sentence is doing. The power of the action verb lies in the meaning and intention that they contain and how they bring
bring direction and force to the sentence.
Understanding the types of action verbs will make students better writers and communicators.
There are several types of action verbs that separated based on their function. Both of them are:
Any of large class
class of words in a language that serve to indicate the
occurrence or performance of an action, the existence of state or condition called verbs. In other words, A verb is a word that describes an action or occurrence or indicates a state of being.
The advisor, a lecture of English Department, FBS at Padang State University
Teaching Action Verb– Dian Sri Hermayeni,
Hermayeni Don Narius.
Manzanita (2002:1) says that verbs are the important words, to convey the meaning of the sentences that showing action (look, (
happen), or a state being (be, live).
live He also adds
that verbs are the part of speech that they have tense. The verbs ver can
indicate that something has already happened, that it is currently happening, or that it will happen at a later time. To changing form to show time, verbs can change depending on what form or person is doing the action.
Related with opinion above, James
James (2005:4) states that verbs are
one of part of speech those show action. It means that a verb tell what something does or how it moves. Learn about the different verbs that can be applied to desert animals in the desert. It means that a verb is action, and how it happens.
a. Children go to school
b. You stand in front of me
c. He buys some books
2. Transitive Verb
These verbs involve a direct object, transmit action to an object and sometimes it is allowed to have an indirect object, which indicates to or for whom the action is done.
done. It means that it is incomplete without a
direct object, and can also use indirect object depending on their context. Ex: The boy throws the ball
“Throws” is the verb and “ball” is the direct object Ex: The man reads the book
“Reads” is the verb and “book” is the direct object
a. They eat rice everyday
b. We drink tea for breakfast
c. They play football
3. Intransitive Verb
These verbs do not...
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