Vol 8 (2023): June (in progress)
Education

Student Responses to Learning English Using Animated Videos at Elementary School Level Faced by Elementary School Students in Sidoarjo
Respon Siswa Terhadap Pembelajaran Bahasa Inggris Menggunakan Video Animasi Pada Tingkat Sekolah Dasar yang Dihadapi Oleh Siswa Sekolah Dasar di Sidoarjo


Areta Daffara Prameswari
Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia
Yuli Astutik
Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia *

(*) Corresponding Author
Published June 26, 2023
Keywords
  • Student Responses,
  • Primary School,
  • Animated Video
How to Cite
Prameswari, A. D., & Astutik, Y. (2023). Student Responses to Learning English Using Animated Videos at Elementary School Level Faced by Elementary School Students in Sidoarjo. Academia Open, 8, 10.21070/acopen.8.2023.5499. https://doi.org/10.21070/acopen.8.2023.5499

Abstract

This study aims to determine how students respond in learning English using animated videos in grade I SD PLUS FATIMAH AZ – ZAHRO' Sidoarjo. This research is a qualitative research in which the data is taken from the analysis of direct observation and interviews with English class teachers. Collecting data in this study using documentation and interviews. The data analysis technique uses data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. The results of this study indicate that student responses are divided into three components, namely cognitive, affective, and conative. This study also shows that students in one class are divided into three parts in the ability to understand English learning, namely the competent level, medium level, and low level. Lack of interest in learning English and internal and external factors such as family background and students' skills or abilities are one of the causes of students' lack of response to learning English.

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