The Combination Of Modified A Video And Drilltechnique To Increase English Language Teaching

Yuri Lolita


The teaching of English has been acompulsory subject for years in the Education System. Inaddition the English teaching has been applied from the elementary to the university levels. However,many experts have shown and expressed the unsatisfactory result of the successfulness of the program. This writing purposes one of the possibility ways of introducing the English teaching which is mainly focuses in the beginner level. whether there is the writer design a recommended media as a technique to increase English language teaching for Sports education students effectively. It is called modified video and drill technique. His technique can be applied individually. They can easily memorize new words in each category of English language teaching better than through video and drill. The  research  uses  a  qualitative  method  which  elaborates  the  outline  of  the teaching  of  foreign language and the decrees beyond the program. It also includes some definition about what drillis, what kinds, how many kinds, the advantages of the use of video and drilling technique and how it applies in the classroom.  Considering  the  advantages,  the  effective  use  and  easiness  factors in applying the technique. The subject of this research was done to 50 students inclass of musics education of UNESA. The data collection technique that isused is questioner of the bravery of the students. This study concluded that this study was successful to increase English language teaching.This researcher suggests that this media and technique can applied in the class to engage the learners to remember and increase their English language teaching

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