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Experiencing EdPuzzle-based Listening Activity: Do the EFL Students Feel Satisfied?

Pengalaman Aktivitas Mendengarkan berbasis EdPuzzle: Apakah Siswa EFL Merasa Puas?




Learning media, Virtual Learning, EdPuzzle


EdPuzzle is one of the interesting media that has been used for learning activities, including English listening activities. This medium helps teachers to ensure that students have seen the learning material as a whole and determine whether they have understood the content as well as the language. Thus, this study aims to investigate students’ satisfaction on the English learning in virtual class through EdPuzzle. This study used mix method. The subject of this research was the first-year students of Auto-mechanical program from one private colleges in Thailand. The results show that listening activities assisted by EdPuzzle is challenging and interesting. It gives different situation when the students try to comprehend the story as the learner’s material as well as the source for assessment. The feature makes the students keep focusing on the whole stories before the finish the lesson. Thus, EdPuzzle is strongly recommended to be used in teaching. 


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