Optimization Of Reflecting Online Listening Comprehension Through SelfDirected Learning On English Proficiency For Teacher

Authors

  • Dwi Astuti Student of English Education, Faculty of Language and Art, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Siti Drivoka Sulistyaningrum Lecturer of English Education, Faculty of Language and Art, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v4i6.732

Abstract

This study aims to: (1) evaluate students' C1 hearing comprehension challenges; (2) examine students' C1
listening comprehension improvement techniques; and (3) track students' C1 listening comprehension through
self-directed learning. Five students from the State University of Jakarta's Magister degree in English Language
Education participated in this study, which used a case study methodology. The study involved watching the
weekly data report for written self-reflection. The results show that the majority of pupils struggle with filling
gaps in C1 Listening. Most of them got difficulties in determining detailed information, mishearing, and because
of speaking fast of the speaker. From the results, it is also clear that the students employed note-taking, focus,
and attention skills as well as metacognitive strategies to address the challenges they experienced. As part of
their self-directed learning in listening comprehension, the students can consider what they have learned or
experienced, develop, and define their methods for gathering and assimilation new information.

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Published

2023-12-26

How to Cite

Astuti, D., & Drivoka Sulistyaningrum, S. . (2023). Optimization Of Reflecting Online Listening Comprehension Through SelfDirected Learning On English Proficiency For Teacher. International Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences (IJERSC), 4(6), 1000–1006. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v4i6.732