Nurul Husna, Ahdi Makmur, Rahmila Murtiana


The purposes of this research were to analyze the types of classroom interaction and the percentage of teacher-students interaction in English for Tourism Class at SMK Bina Banua Banjarmasin. The research used qualitative design with the object was teacher-students interaction during the class. The subjects of the research were an English teacher and 40 students at the eleventh grader of Tourism Major. An analysis instrument from Moskowitz named Foreign Language Interaction (FLINT) system was used to analyze the teacher-students talk and the interaction. The first step, the writer transcribed teacher-students talk, encoding, decoding, pairing, and revealing the matrix, and the last step was calculating the percentage. All of the collected data were described qualitatively. The report of the research consists of descriptive of some facts and events occurred during the research. The finding revealed that both teacher and students applied all categories of talk as mentioned in FLINT system and five classroom interaction types. The result of the research showed that the pattern of interaction was mostly started by the teacher with percentage of teacher talk was 62.28%, while the students talk produced was 31.70%. Silent and confusion was 6.01%. Asking question was the most categories occurred with 182 times, and its percentage was 22.81%. The least frequently category was dealing with feeling which was 0.63% from 5 utterances produced by the teacher. Based on the result above, it can be suggested for the teacher to increase deal with feeling, the teacher should give more praises, habituate students to listen the explanation in English in order that the teacher and the students can interact in target language.


Teacher Talk; Students Talk; FLINT System; Classroom; Interaction

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