THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING MOODLE TO THE STUDENTS ATTITUDE IN EFL CLASSROOM

Puji Rahayu(1*), Dita Aulia Rahman(2), Mutmainnah Mustofa(3),

(1) Graduate Program of English Education, Universitas Islam Malang, East Java
(2) Graduate Program of English Education, Universitas Islam Malang, East Java
(3) Graduate Program of English Education, Universitas Islam Malang, East Java
(*) Corresponding Author


Abstract


Since classroom-based instruction has been replaced by a hybrid of in-person interaction and online study, technology has transformed how knowledge is transferred and acquired. During covid-19 pandemic to overcome the situation, Learning From Home (LFH) is being implemented in all majors. This day, Moodle which is one of Learning Management System (LMS) is mostly used during online learning as a learning platform. The aim of this research is to investigate the students’ attitude in learning English by using Moodle. The researcher done this research by using descriptive qualitative research method. In collecting the data, the researcher has interviewed the students of University of Islam Malang as the subject. After that, the researcher analyzes and describes the result of interview sessions. However, it was found that the students of University Islam Malang have a positive attitude towards using Moodle which can improve their grade and motivation in learning English.


Keywords


The effectiveness of Moodle, Students’ Attitude, EFL Classroom

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