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Suseno E, Purwati O, Anam S. Using Youtube Content to Enhance Speaking Skills by Scribbling While Retelling. IJREE 2024; 9 (1)
URL: http://ijreeonline.com/article-1-837-en.html
Ikip Widya Darma Surabaya, Indonesia
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The most crucial part of learning a language is speaking. The majority of EFL students struggle to express themselves verbally. Ten students from the English department took part in the research to address these problems. Some actions were performed to accomplish the goal. Due of the epidemic, the teacher substituted the customary classroom setup with a WhatsApp group. To start the class, he distributed the YouTube URL link. The pupils viewed and listened to the YouTube videos. They were able to use some of the provided tools to understand the subject as they went along. The pause, rewind, and fast forward buttons allowed them to pause, go back in time, and move forward. By recording their finished work on film, the students were able to recount the educational process. They started scribbling to increase their verbal fluency. They were writing on a piece of paper as they talked. Following the conclusion of the study, the students answered the questionnaire. The data from the teaching-learning process and the questionnaire were examined using a mix-method approach. Conclusion: Students' listening, vocabulary, grammar, and speaking skills are enhanced by using the offered URL, the WhatsApp group application, YouTube, recounting, and scribbling. Additionally, their practice was becoming less jittery and interrupted. Other educators who teach speaking and related courses could find this kind of discovery useful.
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