Dewi Ratna Ningsih (2016) The Using Of Hybrid And Blended Learning Model To Reinforce Languagelearner Motivation And Learning
The purposes of this paper are to (1) describe the using of hybrid and blended learning model in language learning, (2) explain the way of implementing th ese two learning models, and (3) hook it to the language learning motivation and material process based on learner needs. The rapid development of recent technology has touched many fields of human life, including language teaching and learning process. Hy brid and blended learning model become the popular term in pedagogical environtment nowadays, as the effect of rapid technology development. Hybrid and blended learning model combine or mix the traditional teaching concept (face to face) and modern teachin g concept (web - based learning). Although these two learning models seem the same, there are actually some differences in the implementation, which would be explain in this paper. These learning models are frequently choosen to create an efficient time of t eaching learning process, related to the list of learning material and leaner need. The combination of traditional and modern teaching concept could increase learners‘ motivation and the interaction between learners and their subject. There are three major conclusions of this paper: (1) there are at least two differences between hybrid and blended learning model implementation: the percentage and design (also structure), (2) the implementation of these two learning models should be based on what learner nee ds, and (3) these learning models could be used to reinforce language learning motivation and material.
Keywords : Hybrid Learning Blended Learning, Language Learning, Traditional Teaching, Modern Teaching, Computer - Mediated Learning, Web - Based Learning .
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