Whole Brain Teaching (WBT) Makes Our Classroom Fun


  • Nowo Setyawan SMA Negeri 1 Parengan


Learning styles, whole brain teaching, power teaching


One of the major objectives of teaching a foreign language is to enable the learners to become autonomous, that is the ability to continue learning the English language without the teacher's assistance. The teacher should find the most suitable method or technique during teaching and learning process. There are a lot of techniques or methods, one of them is Whole Brain Teaching (WBT) known as Power Teaching. The paper briefly discusses some of learning styles used by our students and one alternative techniques that creates fun for the learners is W BT or Power teaching.


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How to Cite

Setyawan, N. (2023). Whole Brain Teaching (WBT) Makes Our Classroom Fun. The Proceedings of International Conference: Ronggolawe English Teaching Conference (RETCO), 1(1), 125–128. Retrieved from http://prosiding.unirow.ac.id/index.php/retco/article/view/1808