EVALUATING LEGAL ENGLISH MAJOR FRESHMEN’S PERSPECTIVES TOWARDS LISTENING STRATEGIES THROUGH FLIPPED LEARNING MODEL
Keywords:strategies; learning process; perspectives; flipped learning method; perception
AbstractListening skill plays an important role in students’ learning process and in the communication process. With effective listening strategies, students would have better chance to improve their listening comprehension. Accordingly, this study aims to explore first year legal English-major students' tendency in using listening strategies, the problems that they encounter during the process, and students’ feelings regarding the implementation of flipped learning method. By applying the quantitative method, a questionnaire survey was executed during a seven-day period. Due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the survey was conducted online with the participation of 77 respondents. Findings show that listening strategies are employed with high frequency by first year legal English-major students at HLU. Moreover, results indicate that students still encounter difficulties upon implementing listening strategies and they are willing to study listening skill through flipped learning method. The study illustrates HLU English-major students’ tendency and perception of legal English listening learning strategies during Covid-19 pandemic at HLU.
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