Abdulrahman, Tryanti
Universitas Islam As-Syafiiyah

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THE IMPACT OF PODCASTS ON EFL STUDENTS’ LISTENING COMPREHENSION Abdulrahman, Tryanti; Basalama, Nonny; Widodo, Mohammad Rizky
International Journal of Language Education Vol. 2, No. 2, 2018
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (347.051 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/ijole.v2i2.5878

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This research has objective to investigate students’ listening comprehension through the use of podcast in EFL classroom. 60 high school students in Indonesia were taken as sample for this research with distribution of 30 students in experiment class and 30 students in control class. The samples were taken by using cluster random sampling. Quasi-experimental method with the post-test only control group design was applied in this research. In addition, a survey questionnaire was administered to experimental group to explore their perception on the use of podcast instruction in teaching listening. Findings revealed that there is a significant difference of post-test score between two groups, favoring experimental group. Data analysis using one way ANOVA showed significance value (sig. 0.010) is lower than < 0.05 which interpreted that Podcast has significant impact on students’ listening comprehension. Additionally, the result of questionnaire indicated that students have positive attitude toward the use of podcast in listening classroom. Students perceived that podcasts provided authentic materials, interesting activities including listening exercises and meaningful tasks for them so they felt more motivated to learn English. This study recommended that teacher may utilize podcast in teaching listening considering its effectiveness as technology based learning tool.
EFL Students and Creative Video Making on English Vocabulary Abdulrahman, Tryanti
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 19, No 1: July 2019, Nationally Accredited (in process)
Publisher : Soegijapranata Catholic University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/celt.v19i1.493

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The main objective was to examine whether or not video making project can enhance students learning, creativity, motivation and vocabulary enrichment. This study followed a case study methodology to describe how this project provided students opportunity on video making experience and opinion relate to their experiences. 25 EFL students in Vocabulary Building Course (VBC) were participated in this study. This study is undertaken into three phases; pre-production phase, production phase and research phase. Major data sources were questionnaire, interview transcripts and video production. Additional data were collected from classroom observations, students discussion and document analyses. Data analysis showed that students responded differently to their video making assignments so they produced different kind of creative videos with the help of camcorder and computer application. Students in this study reported expressed positive attitude and opinion on their video making experiences as this project assist them in vocabulary acquisition and learning process. This study has proved that video making can be a powerful vehicle for enriching students English vocabulary and it can be an effective and powerful tool to create fun, interactive, and collaborative learning environments.