Learning Writing Skill During Covid-19 Pandemic through E-Learning in Indonesian English Classroom

  • Muhammad Rizal Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Aji Muhammad Idris Samarinda
Keywords: Covid-19 Pandemic, E-learning, writing skill.

Abstract

The objectives of this research were to find out the kinds of E-learning used during the learning writing skill in the Fourth Semester of IAIN Samarinda and to find out the students’ perception of English Department Students in the Fourth Semester of IAIN Samarinda in learning writing skill through E-learning. The design of this research was quantitative research. The researcher analyzed the data by using rate percentage and mean score. The instrument used in this research was a questionnaire. The researcher used a close-ended questionnaire to gather the data. The researcher used “Yes/No” questions for 11 questions and “5-Likert Scales” for seven questions. In this research, the questionnaire’s link was distributed via WhatsApp group. The population and sample of this research were English Department Students in the Fourth Semester of IAIN Samarinda. There were 94 students in this research. Based on the results of this research, the researcher found that the most used kind of E-learning utilized by English Department Students in the Fourth Semester of IAIN Samarinda in learning writing skills during the COVID-19 Pandemic was Mobile Learning. The data showed that in Mobile Learning, 94 students, or 100% used smartphones, 81 students, and 86,2% used laptops. Based on the findings, the mean of students’ perception was 23,11. It can be concluded that students’ perception of learning writing skills through E-learning was categorized into a very bad category.

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Published
2023-04-19
How to Cite
Rizal, M. (2023). Learning Writing Skill During Covid-19 Pandemic through E-Learning in Indonesian English Classroom. EDUCASIA: Jurnal Pendidikan, Pengajaran, Dan Pembelajaran, 8(1), 73-84. https://doi.org/10.21462/educasia.v8i1.151