Sri Hapsari


This study aims to provide an overview of teacher creativity in English pronunciation learning. Pronunciation is one of the hardest parts of learning English. In the English sound system there are many ways of pronunciation for each individual caused by various factors such as regional origin, social environmental influences, and others. Thus, Recitation lessons are quite challenging lessons for the teacher because the teacher must present them with creative learning. Through this creativity, the teacher can guide students to achieve learning goals.


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