MASS MEDIA AND ENGLISH LEARNING ACTIVITY IN BLITAR INDONESIA

Abdul Aziz

Abstract


This study is intended to know how English teachers in MTsN Selorejo, Blitar employ variety of English learning sources and implement English learning activity relevant to student’s learning preference in order to create joyful and conducive atmosphere of English learning activity to achieve the learning target better. The researcher uses qualitative method to conduct the study. The researcher analyzes the qualitative data from interview and observation in order to describe the phenomena. The findings show that the teachers use variety of English learning sources to enrich English learning materials that are easily to access and familiar to the students. The teachers use the materials from mass media like English corner and English program by radio, television, magazine, and newspaper to facilitate students to improve their English proficiency. The teachers design English learning activity relevant to student’s learning preference and talent based on materials from mass media. It makes students more motivated to learn English and easy to achieve the learning target.

Keywords


mass media; English learning activity;

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