An Effective Online Learning for Listening Skill Subject: Students' Voice

DOI: https://doi.org/10.33650/ijoeel.v5i2.6858

Authors (s)


(1) * Nurlaila Husain   (Universitas Negeri Gorontalo)  
        Indonesia
(2)  Sri Widyarti Ali   (Universitas Negeri Gorontalo)  
        Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


This study aims to investigate the expectations of English Language Education students regarding effective online learning, with a focus on the listening subject. Qualitative research was conducted with 68 participants in the 2019 academic year, using online questionnaires to collect data. Results indicate that students anticipate clear communication, lecturer presence, an appropriate tone, and support from the online learning environment. They expect online courses to be challenging and offer opportunities for active learning, self-reflection, small group discussions, and practical application of theory. Positive social interactions are highly valued by learners, both online and offline. While time management and the home environment are concerns, participants’ express confidence in their ability to complete online exercises and learn independently with effective time management, the flexibility offered by online courses, and support from family and friends. Findings suggest that students have high expectations for their online learning experience and believe that they can achieve their goals with the appropriate resources and support.

 

 



Keywords

Keywords: Online Learning, Expectations, ListeningSkill



Full Text: PDF



References


Suyanto, Kasihani E.(2009). English for Young Learner. Malang. Bumi Aksara

Adawiah, Rabiatul (2019). Contextualization and Entextualization Mandarese Patriotism in Kalindadaq Pettomuaneang Performance. Jurnal Adabiyah Vol. 19 No. 1/2019. Retrieved from http://journal.uin-alauddin.ac.id/index.php/adabiyah/article/view/7058

Cheng, X., Ma, X. Y., Luo, C., Chen, J., Wei, W., & Yang, X. (2021). Examining the relationships between medical students’ preferred online instructional strategies, course difficulty level, learning performance, and effectiveness. Advances in Physiology Education, 45(4), 661-669. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/publication/354692730_Examining_the_relationships_between_medical_students'_preferred_online_instructional_strategies_course_difficulty_level_learning_performance_and_effectiveness

Creswell, J. W., & Guetterman, T. C. (2019). Educational Research: Planning, Conducting, and Evaluating Quantitative and Qualitative Research. Pearson Education, Inc

Destianingsih, A., & Satria, A. (2020). Investigating students’ needs for effective English online learning during Covid-19 for Polbeng students. ELT-Lectura, 7(2), 147-153.

Idris, R., Rahim, P.R.M.A., Rahman, Z.I.A., Syak, M.S.Y. (2021). Approaching Listening and Speaking Skills Using Online to Facilitate Interactive Learning from Students’ Perspectives. Asian Journal of University Education 17(2):203-214. Retrieved from file:///C:/Users/A%20C%20E%20R/Downloads/13400-373-46101-1-10-20210606%20(1).pdf

Gautam, P. (2020, October 10). Advantages And Disadvantages Of Online Learning Retrieved from https://elearningindustry.com/advantages-and-disadvantages-online-learning

Madi Albogami, M. (2022). Do Online Classes help EFL Learners Improve their English Language skills? A Qualitative Study at a Saudi University. Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) 2nd Special Issue on Covid19. Retrieved from https://academic-publishing.org/index.php/ejel/article/view/2177/2039

Miles, M. B., & Huberman, A. M. (2014). Qualitative Data Analysis (Second Edition). In SAGE Publications

Mohammed, T. (2022). Designing an Arabic Speaking and Listening Skills E-Course: Resources, Activities and Students' Perceptions. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 20(1), pp53-68.

Tarigan, A.M., & Pohan, I. (2022). Listening Teaching Strategies in Online Learning. Journal of English teaching and Reasearch. Vol 2(1) 96-108. Retrieved from https://ojs.unpkediri.ac.id/index.php/inggris/article/view/17803/2660

University of ST. Augustine for Health Science. (2020, April 30). Benefits of Online Learning – 16 Advantages to Learning Online. Retrieved from https://www.usa.edu/blog/benefits-of-online-learning/

Safitri, H. U., & Tyas, P. A. (2022). Students’ Perception Using Video Conferencing Platform in Learning English During Online Learning. Journal of English Language Learning, 6(2), 119-132. Retrieved from file:///C:/Users/A%20C%20E%20R/Downloads/2.+Hanas.pdf


Article View

Abstract views : 72 times | PDF files viewed : 58 times

Dimensions, PlumX, and Google Scholar Metrics

10.33650/ijoeel.v5i2.6858


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Copyright (c) 2023 Nurlaila Husain, Sri Widyarti Ali