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An Analysis of Reading Comprehension Questions in English Textbooks for SMAN Kota Padang: HOTS
by Rusdi Noor Rosa
Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Languages and Arts (ICLA-2019)
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This paper presents the discussion on the teachers' reading comprehension questions in EFL classrooms of Senior High Schools in Padang. Higher-order thinking skill has become a significant theme in education. However, to what extent EFL teachers have applied it, does not clearly define yet. In the English language learning process, the students are encouraged to think critically. Therefore, teachers are required to provide the students with higher-order thinking skill, especially in reading comprehension. The higher level of reading comprehension questions can facilitate students' higher-order thinking skills. Many studies have revealed that the level of teacher questions determines the level of thinking of students. However, until now, most of the questions asked by teachers in the context of English as a foreign language (EFL) were low-level questions. Those questions were not as effective as high-level questions in helping students develop high-level thinking skills. Ther...
Ervina Juli Aryani
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The significance of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) has led many educational stakeholders to include the skill in educational curriculum and more specifically in the subjects that students learn. In the context of learning English, HOTS should be instilled in four language skills, especially reading skill. This skill is vital since students are demanded to be critical of what they read. Therefore, this research aimed at investigating how the reading comprehension questions in English textbooks for three different grades (X, XI, and XII) published by the Ministry of Education and Culture facilitate HOTS. By employing cognitive level of Bloom’s revised taxonomy (2001) and critical thinking task type of Numrich’s sequence (Beaumont, 2010), the questions are analyzed qualitatively. The results reveal that HOTS are realized adequately in the textbook for grade XI. In the textbooks for grade X and XII, HOTS are found in small quantity. Besides, based on Numrich’s sequence, the majorit...
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Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) has been widely recognized as a set of important devices of cognitive development. The research was conducted to evaluate the availability of higher order thinking skills in reading comprehension questions of the English textbook for Year X of high school published by ministry of education. There are 158 reading comprehension questions from 15 reading texts which are analyzed using revised Bloomâ€™s taxonomy. An intuitive approach to the analysis of qualitative data is taken for the study in which an individual researcher intuitively relates data from various instruments to each other (Smaling, 1987) in Meijer, et al (2002, p. 146). The data were analyzed qualitatively to determine the cognitive level of each questions according to revised Bloomâ€™s taxonomy, Question types based on which cognitive process is required to answer and forms of questions. The result shows that majority of reading comprehension questions in the textbook being studied i...
2019, Malaysian Journal of Society and Space
Education of English as a Foreign Language
Oqlah Smadi , Nasser Freahat
The purpose of this study was to analyze thinking levels of the reading comprehension questions in Action Pack 11 (hereafter AP 11) which is taught for grade 11, Action Pack 12 (hereafter AP 12) that is taught for grade 12 at the schools of The Jordanian Ministry of Education and New Headway Plus Pre-intermediate (hereafter NHWP) that is taught for the first English language course taught at Yarmouk University. All WH-questions in the three textbooks analyzed according to Bloom’s Taxonomy. The researchers calculated the percentages and frequencies of the cognitive levels of the questions in the three textbooks. Chi square (χ2) was used to draw comparisons between the cognitive levels of the questions. The results indicated that low-level questions are dominant in the three. It was also found that low-level questions were dominant in both stages. An interesting conclusion was that the reading material of the university textbook does not show a higher level of thinking. On the contrary, the reading content in the high school textbooks revealed more concentration on higher-level thinking questions. As a result, the study recommended that there should be more communication between secondary schools and universities to bridge the gap between them.
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The level of reading comprehension questions in the textbook, particularly essay items, is thought to be important because previous research has shown that they can improve students' critical thinking skills in reading and help students learn English. The goal of this study was to look at the level of questions in an English course reading for high school seniors' reading comprehension questions. Anderson's taxonomy, which was used to analyze the level of reading comprehension questions, divides thinking skills into two categories: low order thinking skills (remembering, understanding, and applying) and high order thinking skills (remembering, understanding, and applying) (analyzing, evaluating, creating).The data were gathered and then calculated into percentages and frequencies that corresponded to each level of thinking within the questions. It appears that 77% of questions emphasize low-level questions, while 23% emphasize high-level questions (high order thinking sk...
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Thinking capability is the most significant aspect in educational process and as every students has their own distinctive method in thinking will posses their learning concepts. Being a critical thinker means they have to be able to think more critical than any other people, by practicing their skills through comprehending the material and the content of the text. Therefore, This paper discussed the phenomenon of conceptual variations on reading comprehension through Higher Order Thinking Skill (HOTS) strategy in Kuningan University and describes how the HOTS strategy improve the students’ skills in comprehending the academic reading text. The data collected by using a classroom observation and interview with students, were analyzed qualitatively by using categories formulated based on theories related HOTS stategy. As a result, the author obtains the various concepts on reading comprehension seen from the C1-C6 phase of HOTS strategy and critical reading. This indicates that the mo...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the Thai students’ L2 reading comprehension level for lower order thinking skills (LOTS) and higher order thinking skills (HOTS) questions. This study seeks to compare the scores between LOTS questions, HOTS questions and overall questions. The participants of this study were 60 first year students from a college in Pattani province, south of Thailand. The instruments used in this study are six reading comprehension passages. Each passage consists of six multiple choice questions (four questions for LOTS and two questions for HOTS). The findings indicated that Thai students’ mean scores for the overall achievement in comprehension are only at average level. The findings from paired sample t-test indicate that students mean scores for LOTS questions is significantly higher than HOTS questions. This study has crucial pedagogical implication to Ministry of Education and Teacher Training Division because serious planning and implementations ar...
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