MY LEARNING SPEAKING JOURNEY USING TECHNOLOGY: MY MULTIMODAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE

Muhamad Suryadi

Abstract


In recent years, Youtube is technology of video showing that consist a lot of content which is; music, vlog, science, lifestyle, education, tutorial, etc. This technology commonly used by human around the world. In the field of education, youtube can help me to gain my knowledge to be more developed, especially in learning speaking. I need to use my imagination, diligent, and also motivation  to learn speaking using this technology. Furthemore, the purpose of this research, I conducted this study to discover how YouTube assisted me to practice my speaking ability. This study also explored the intersemiotic practice experience and This research used autobiographical narrative inquiry as the research design. Intersemiotic is meaning making from word to word that I have learnt on the field. I was conducting by daring system through mobile phone. By mobile phone I able to surfed the data from internet freely. Participant of this research was me as the narrator. I also used justification of my self to tell what I have took on my learning progress. Autobiography is kind of narrative inquiry that I take for my research.  The data were collected by learning log, reflective journal, and documentation. After the data collected, I would itterative, emergent and interpretative the data.This analysis data related on my research The result of the data, i found a lot topic that able to enhance my speaking ability, by using documentation i able to monitor my improvement of speaking. And also by used learning log was really helpfull to guide me to classify word, vocabulary and sentence form. For the last one interpretative was a soul of my research. With interpretative I able to improve my speaking ability autonomously. By using some strategies that I have found in the journal.


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