Indonesian EFL Learners’ Attitudes and Perceptions on Task-based Language Teaching

Sholeh, Muhammad Badrus and Salija, Kisman and Sahril, Sahril (2021) Indonesian EFL Learners’ Attitudes and Perceptions on Task-based Language Teaching. LUBLIN STUDIES IN MODERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press, 45 (3). ISSN E-ISSN 2450-4580

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Task-based Language Teaching in Asia, especially Indonesia, was more prevalent in English as a Foreign Language teaching. It is one of the practical approaches in language teaching for improving learners’ communication skills. This is consistent with Indonesia’s educational policy, which intends to enhance learners’ communication skills. This approach is slowly gaining popularity among English teachers in Indonesia. However, there has been very little research on TBLT in the Indonesian context. In Indonesia, MTsN 3 Demak is one of the schools that implement this approach in teaching English. As such, this descriptive qualitative study was conducted to explore the learners’ attitudes and perspections on TBLT. The data for the study were collected through a questionnaire from a total of 96 learners at the school. The questionnaire was analysed quantitatively using descriptive statistics such as frequency and percentage. The study results demonstrate that most EFL Indonesian learners generally have good attitudes and perceptions concerning TBLT, so they like to join TBLT English classes. In this study, some major issues highlighted by the results will be examined, and some significant suggestions are discussed. Keywords: EFL learner, Task-based Language Teaching, attitude, perception, Indonesia

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Depositing User: Farid Sehuddin
Date Deposited: 03 Dec 2022 00:24
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