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English Language Teaching, v8 n12 p56-62 2015

One of the factors that may affect the success of the learning process is the use of learning media. Therefore, this research aimed to implement and evaluate the interactive multimedia learning materials using Wondershare Quizcreator program and audio materials in teaching "English listening skills". The research problem was whether or not there was a significant difference between the results of teaching listening skills through the interactive multimedia learning materials using Wondershare Quizcreator program and the results of teaching listening skills through audio materials. The earlier process used in the research was to produce new products to be implemented. The product had been validated by the experts and tried out to the college students to get their responses towards the validity and the practicality of the products. Furthermore, the products as new materials were implemented to the experimental group and the conventional materials (audio materials) were implemented to the control group. Pretest and posttest had been conducted before implementation. The results of statistical analysis (SPSS) showed that there was no significant difference between the results of pretest of the two groups, but there was a significant difference between the results of posttest of experimental and control groups. It was proved that the t-cal. was greater than the t-table (5.583 > 2.000) at df 70 and p.0.05. So, it was concluded that the interactive multimedia learning materials using Wondershare Quizcreator program were effective in teaching "English listening skills".

Descriptors: Multimedia Materials, Teaching Methods, Listening Skills, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Learning Processes, College Students, Audio Equipment, Experimental Groups, Statistical Analysis, Computer Software, Validity, Control Groups, Instructional Materials, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Foreign Countries, Quasiexperimental Design

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Author: Ampa, Andi Tenri

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2758&id=EJ1084334







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