Perception of Improving English Language Proficiency Through Video Compositions Among Male and Female Students of MRSM Kuala Krai

Isolde Hon Pei Sha, Seyed Ali Rezvani Kalajahi, Jayakaran Mukundan

Abstract


Videos are very versatile. They can act as a tool for listening that enhances listening experience for our students. Other than that, the actions, gestures, emotions, settings, etc, that is observed by students in a video can provide significant visual stimulus for the practice and production of the English language. The study also considers the students perception of improving their English language proficiency through video composition. This research adopts a quantitative approach to establish relationships between variables and to explain the how they are related to each other. To this end, 110 students of Form 4 in MRSM Kuala Krai, Kelantan were involved in this study. Upon data collection, we analyzed the students’ attitudes towards the conventional teaching classroom, video composition project, and also new teaching methodologies. Besides, we also discussed the significant difference between the perception of both male and female students of Form 4 in MRSM Kuala Krai, Kelantan. 


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