Mera Intan, Nira Erdiana, Maryanti Maryanti, Mala Hayati


Teaching English is not only about the process of transferring information from teacher to students or vise verse, but it is also about how to educate and treat students both knowledge and moral. Even The teachers somehow have already designed fabulous methods and techniques, there are a lot of unexpected situations happened, especially with the disobedient students. They will have certain issues that make teachers have to deal with. It is Realized that teachers do not only teach the students but also educate them, so, teachers should be careful in teaching and guiding them. Sometimes the hard way punishing them will lead to the bad effect because they are in labile condition. Therefore keeping space between teachers and students are emphasized, of course without giving them full freedom in expressing their attitude. Therefore they have to be controlled by giving educational punishment. The objective of this study is to find out what are students’ responses toward educational punishment and to figure out whether educational punishment can control and give students positive feedback in studying English or not. The sample of this study is limited especially for one of classes in LP3I College, namely Delight Class. The data were collected by using interview and questionnaires. The result from questionnaires showed that from 40 students, 35 students or (87.5%) have great responses toward educational punishment. While the result of the interview also revealed that the students can be controlled by educational punishment and it can bring positive feedback in English. Hence, this research can give information especially for English teacher of LP3I Banda Aceh that Educational punishment also one of appropriate ways to solve disobedient students’ problem in English class.


Teaching; implementation; educational punishment

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