Integrating “Daily Learn English Application” to Teach Speaking Skill in EFL Classroom

Nina Julia Anugrah, Sumardi Sumardi, Slamet Supriyadi


The generation who is raised in the digital world has come to believe learning meant to be loud, colorful, and energetic. Teachers who want to reach out to this generation need to use media to grab attention. Teachers must be adaptive, which means that they must begin to believe that integrating technology is an effective way of teaching. This research is aimed at investigating teacher’s belief and practice on the integration of “Daily Learn English” Application to teach speaking skill in EFL classroom. To reach the objective, a case study on an individual teacher was used in this research. Data collection techniques of the research were Interview and observation. The result indicated that the teacher believes that integrating "Daily Learn English" Application could facilitate the teacher in creating an active, creative and fun teaching-learning process and there was no discrepancy between belief and practice as the teacher has been integrating this application in the classroom. 


“Daily Learn English” Application, Teacher’s Belief and Practice, Teaching Speaking, EFL Classroom

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