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The Use of Interactive Multimedia in ELT to Enhance Students' Autonomous Learning

Setyorini, Ari and Masulah, Masulah (2015) The Use of Interactive Multimedia in ELT to Enhance Students' Autonomous Learning. Teaching and Assessing L2 Learners in the 21st Century Book 2, 1 (1). lnternational Conference on Teaching English as A Foreign Language in tndonesia (TEFLIN 20L5), Universitas Udayana, Bali, Bali. ISBN 978-602-294-066-1

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          Multimedia has been broadly known for its effectiveness to improve student’s language acquisition, particularly in TEFL. The ability of multimedia to perform authentic audio and visual modalities is very important for English learners because it will help them to acquire better understanding about English. The basic role of multimedia in classroom is as a learning source from which students can use interactively without depend much on teacher. This study aimed at knowing the use of interactive multimedia to enhance EFL students' autonomy and self-efficacy. Furthermore, the study described three prominent issues, namely interactive multimedia, autonomous learning, and self-efficacy that were explored in the teaching process. The research was done qualitatively by observing and interviewing tenth-graders of Senior High School about the implementation of multimedia in their learning activities. The interactive multimedia designed to meet the goals of learning were used to serve the materials, assignments, and assessment integratively. Each student must follow the learning process through the direction of interactive multimedia, while the teacher was only as the facilitator. Through this study, it could be seen that the strategies of teaching using interactive multimedia were carried out very well and met the goals. It was also found that using interactive multimedia was one of the best strategies to facilitate students to experience autonomous learning, motivate student’s self-efficacy to be more engaged in the learning process and create more interactive learning situation. Keywords: Interactive Multimedia, ELT, Autonomous Learning, Self Efficacy

          Item Type: Book
          Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
          Divisions: Prosiding > Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan
          Depositing User: ARI SETYORINI SETYORINI
          Date Deposited: 23 Jan 2019 02:55
          Last Modified: 25 Jun 2019 02:37

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