SHS Web Conf.
Volume 149, 2022International Conference on Social Science 2022 “Integrating Social Science Innovations on Post Pandemic Through Society 5.0” (ICSS 2022)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Education and Digital Learning|
|Published online||18 November 2022|
Implementing Project-Based Learning in a Hybrid Setting: The Effectuality of the EFL Students’ Reading Comprehension
1 Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Khairun University
2 Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Khairun University
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Moving face-to-face reading class to a hybrid learning during the COVID-19 pandemic constructs challenges for EFL teachers. The EFL teachers must apply appropriate learning models in a hybrid setting. This current study aimed to examine the effectuality of project-based learning in a hybrid setting on the EFL teacher candidates’ reading comprehension. A quasi-experimental study was conducted for seven weeks to deal with the purpose. The participants were 50 students selected from an English Language Education Study Program at a public university in eastern Indonesia where the researchers had been working as a lecturer. Twenty-five participants joined the experimental class, and the rest entered the control class. The students in the experimental group were taught reading comprehension using project-based learning in the form of hybrid learning. In contrast, the conventional method in a hybrid setting was applied to teach the students reading comprehension in the control group. The reading comprehension test was distributed to both groups as pre-test and post-test. Based on the result of inferential analysis through SPSS, it was found that the implementation of project-based learning in a hybrid setting benefited the EFL teacher candidates in terms of improving their achievement in reading comprehension
Key words: Project-Based Learning / Hybrid Setting / COVID-19 pandemic
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