THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) DEVICES FOR TEACHING ENGLISH BY PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
The use of ICT devices for teaching English is much needed right now, because it can attract students’ motivation in learning. It is very helpful especially for pre-service teachers, the novice teachers. The aims of this research were to investigate the use of ICT devices for teaching English by Pre-service teachers, describe the ICT devices frequently used for teaching English by pre-service teachers, find out students’ perceptions towards the use of ICT devices for teaching English by pre-service teachers. This research was employed through a mixed-methods approach that integrated qualitative and quantitative research design. The data handled quantitatively were gathered via the online questionnaire, and qualitative data were collected via the semi-structured interviews and observation to the 24 pre-service teachers. The result of research showed that there were three ways in using ICT devices in teaching English during teaching practice program. First, most of pre-service teachers always used ICT devices as the source of teaching material. Second, most of them often used ICT devices as the instructional teaching. The last most of pre-service teachers always used ICT devices as the communication tools. The ICT devices frequently used during teaching English were smartphone, computer, and in focus. Most students absolutely agree if pre-services teachers use ICT devices for teaching English because it was advantageous toward students’ English competences. It can be concluded that there were three ways of pre-service teachers used ICT devices during teaching practice program; mostly as the source of teaching materials, as the instructional teaching, and as the communication tools. Three ICT devices frequently used by pre-service teachers during teaching practice program were smartphone, computer, and in focus. Students absolutely agree towards the use of ICT devices by pre-service teachers in teaching English.
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