English teachers’ perception on teaching English vocabulary using songs as media for senior high school in Bandar Lampung

Refa Nisa Yolanda, Ujang Suparman, Fajar Riyantika

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Abstarct. The objective of this research is to find out teachers’ perception on teaching English vocabulary using songs as media for Senior High School. This is a quantitative research. The sample of the research was 50 Senior High School English teachers in Bandar Lampung. The data were obtained from the close-ended questionnaire through Google form and were analyzed using SPSS. The result of this research showed that the teachers have positive perception on the use of songs to improve students’ vocabulary especially in the effect of songs in learning vocabulary.

Keywords: teachers’ perception, vocabulary, song.


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