GRAMMATICAL COHESION FOUND IN RECOUNT TEXTS OF “PATHWAY TO ENGLISH” X GRADE CURRICULUM 2013 GENERAL PROGRAM BY ERLANGGA

Hanita Masithoh, Sayyidatul Fadlilah

Abstract


The role of textbook in teaching learning process is very important since most teachers used it as the source and guidance of teaching materials. In order to know the quality of the textbooks, the teachers should be able to analyze the materials contained inside because the selection of the textbooks determine the quality of the materials which will be delivered to the students. This study aimed to find out the grammatical cohesion of recount text inPathway to English; English textbook for tenth grade of senior high school published by Erlangga. The design of this study is a qualitative study using literature review as an approach. The study found thatthere are three recount texts in Pathway to English. Text 1 and 3 contained three types of grammatical cohesion (reference, ellipsis, conjunction).  Text 2 contained complete grammatical cohesion (reference, substitution, ellipsis, conjunction). This textbook categorize as fair criteria because the percentage of grammatical cohesion is 33%.

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Grammatical Cohesion; Literature Review; Textbook

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21580/vjv6i11586

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