EFL Learning Via Smart TV in Junior High School

  • Parahita Pradipta Universitas Islam Malang
  • Mutmainnah Mustofa Universitas Islam Malang
Keywords: EFL learning, via smart TV

Abstract

The main objective of English Foreign Language learning via Smart TV in junior high school gives molestone improvement on the student capacity at interactive level of learning with the ongoing advancements in TV have offered ascend to the intelligent shrewd board innovation which can enhance student to learn english through new cutting-edge technology learning situation. The objective of this qualitative case study is to describe the implementation of Smart TV used in English Foreign Language Learning process in the classroom and Boarding School and the outputs of the implementation of Smart TV at SMP Unggulan Bilingual Boarding School (BBS) Zainul Hasan Genggong Probolinggo. The theory supporting utilization of TV as a general media apparatus in training is tangible incitement theory which has its essential reason that compelling learning happens when the senses are stimulated. TV assumes a huge job in preparing student for citizenship, encouraging the feeling of understanding, natural mindfulness and teaching of socio-political and social qualities. The eventual fate of TV in schools will rely upon whether there is adequate security to keep the device, stockpiling of these devices, wellsprings of electric supply, gracefully of internet facilities, streets to flexibly these devices in various schools and planning of teachers as an asset individual. To arrive at such a point, the researcher gathered the information by direct perception, in-depth interviewing and document review. Furthermore, the researcher examined the assembled data by using three huge periods of the data analysis: data reduction, data display, then drawing conclusion and verification.

Published
2020-11-26
How to Cite
Pradipta, P., & Mustofa, M. (2020). EFL Learning Via Smart TV in Junior High School. Prosiding Seminar Nasional IKIP Budi Utomo, 1(01), 817-830. https://doi.org/10.33503/prosiding.v1i01.981
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