Studentsâ€™ Perceptions of the Implementation of Task-Based Language Teaching
Keywords:TBLT, English Language Teaching
This study attempt to know the studentsâ€™ perceptions of the implementation ofÂ TBLT. Previous research proved that TBLT gives so many benefits for the students in increasing theirâ€™ comprehension in listening, speaking, reading and writing. While previous studies focused on the benefit of TBLT in skills of English and teachers' perceptions, this study focused on student's opinions toward TBLT. Fifteen EFL students of the speaking class of the fifth semester of the English education program participated in this study. Individual interviews and questionnaires were used to get the data. The findings show that Students had a positive reaction toward TBLT and feel motivated to be more active in Speaking Class. Overall, it is indicated that students have high motivation to speak when the teacher implements TBLT in the classroom.
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