High School Students’ Perception on the Comprehensibility of the English Teaching Material Provided Online Over the Crisis of Covid-19


Authors : Irfiani Bakri; Abidin Pammu; Nasmilah

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 1 - January

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This study aims to discuss about perception of the students regarding comprehensibility of teaching material has attracted the attention of teaching practitioners notably as it is related to the merging pandemic covid-19. The primary purpose of this research is to elucidate the perception of students regarding the comprehensibility of English teaching material during emerging Covid-19. Another purpose is to generate alternative solution to instructional strategy in how to overcome the problems of comprehensibility during the situation. In collecting data regarding the perception, close and open-ended questionnaires were distributed to the selected samples representing Secondary High School of SMAN 19 Makassar by using google form format. Sufficient time allocation was prepared to allow the samples to provide reliable and valid responses. Then, comprehensibility scale is used to measure the student’s perception on each of the given topic of online. The scaled data were then analyzed using SPSS EBM V 26 to obtain the mean score of student’s perceptions of comprehensibility. The results demonstrated that the perceptions of comprehensibility were (Sig 2-Tailed < 0.05). The value confirmed that the Cronbach's Alpha for 16 questionnaire items were > 0.60. This finding confirms that the overall items in this table were reliable implying that the level of material comprehensibility was moderate that can be interpreted as less productive. The finding generates pedagogical implication that require teachers during pandemic Covid-19 to constantly aware of provision of other alternative method for teaching as a substitute material during the pandemic.

Keywords : Perceptions; Comprehensibility; English Teaching Material; Covid-19

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