The Effect of Audio-Visual Media on The Students’ Participation in English Classroom

Denty Marga Sukma


Educational technology has been widely spread to take part in the technology-based classroom. The article aims at investigating the effect of audio-visual media on the students’ participation in English classroom. The method used in this research is a case study. The data are collected through observation and interview. The data  analysis shows that the students’ participation is in these three stages: pre-display, whilst-display and post-display in which the forms of participation are confirming teacher’s instruction, commenting to the video, having small  discussion, asking questions and confirming the answer. Audio-visual media yield the stimuli to the students to gain the new knowledge and information beyond what is served to them. It influences the students to purposely participate in the classroom activities because they need to do so. Audio-visual media which give them the real description of particular context require them to perceive the gist using their sense of sound and sight.

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DOI: 10.25037/pancaran.v7i1.129


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