Emanuella Vs Mark Angel Video You Tube As A Media To Teach Listening Comprehension ; Its Opportunities And Drawbacks
The objectives of this research are to know whether: (1) The students’ attitudes towards the use of Emanuella vs Mark Angel video as a media to teach listening comprehension, (2) Emanuella vs Mark Angel video as a media to teach listening comprehension is useful for the students in enhancing their listening comprehension, (3) The students’ and lecturers’ perception towards the use of Emanuella vs Mark Angel video as a media to teach listening comprehension (4) The advantages and disadvantages of using emanuella vs mark angel video you tube to teach listening comprehension.
This research employs descriptive study which is aimed to describe, explain, and validate the findings. The data collection methods will be observation, questionnaire, and interview. There will be four instruments namely observation checklist, open-ended questionnaire, and interview guidelines. The action will be done in this research is playing Emanuella Vs Mark Angel video you tube as media in teaching and learning listening.
It is hoped that the completion of this research will provide an innovative media in teaching listening comprehension students of university level. This learning model is expected to improve the quality of learning. If the role of lecturers increase, the students will have a better English.
Keywords : Emanuella Vs Mark Angel Video, Listening Comprehension, Opportunities and Drawbacks.
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