Students’ Perceptions on the Roles of YouTube in Improving English Speaking Skill
The roles of YouTube in learning, especially language learning had been receiving numbers of attention recently. In the rencent years, numbers of researchers had been interested in using YouTube and its many beneficial roles in improving English speaking skills. A lot of research concluded that with many English speaking videos that YouTube could provide students, they can learn grammar, vocabulary, pronunciations, and other English-speaking related skills, and a number of teachers and students all across the world shared a positive perceptions regarding the roles of YouTube in improving English-speaking skills. Therefore, this study aimed to know the perception of English Department Students of Bunda Mulia University Serpong about the roles of YouTube in improving English speaking skills. The research was conducted using questionnaire with 22 questions regarding the roles of YouTube in improving English speaking skills. There are 51 respondents who participated in the study. Likert scale was utilized in this research, where the participants were asked to rate their perception using 4 points metric scales, Strongly Agree, Agree, Disagree, and Strongly Disagree. The result of the study indicated that the participants had a positive perception regarding YouTube in improving students’ English-speaking skills, and they all agreed with all the roles of YouTube in this regard.
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