Indonesian Secondary Students’ Perceptions: Web-Based and Non Web-Based Media in English Learning

Dodi Erwin Prasetyo, Siti Ulfa Huriati

Abstract


Integrating learning with the technology is as the requirement in this era because students must follow the development of the technology. Thus, students have options to use the technology either web-based or non-web based media in their English learning activities to support them to achieve their learning goals. This research uses descriptive quantitative design. This was conducted on third grade of Secondary School of Blitar, Indonesia. This research is to report research findings on what the type of the technology are used by students, why they use it, how they use it, what the strength and the weakness use that technology for English learning, how the technology affects their achievements in English learning and on what their perceptions apply technology in English learning. Suggestions are proposed for learners and teachers toward the use of technology in English learning.

Keywords


technology; students’ perceptions; english learning

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