Pelatihan Bahasa Inggris Dengan Menggunakan Lagu Berbahasa Inggris Bagi Anak-Anak Sekolah Di Binjai Timur
Keywords:Teaching method, English songs, Music, Pandemic covid-19, English Training
The COVID-19 pandemic that began in early 2020 has brought many significant changes to human beings around the world. In the world of education, teaching methods that take place face to face have changed to digital setting. This situation makes problems to the students in learning. Therefore, the Community Service Team (PKM), Faculty of Language and Arts, University of HKBP Nommensen Medan tried to provide a solution to this problem by conducting English language training for school children in East Binjai. This PKM team consists of a lecturer as a supervisor and 2 students from the English Literature Study Program and 1 Music Arts Study Program which is under the Language and Arts Faculty. This English training method uses English songs as a means to carry out the training. This training took place from November 15 to December 13, 2021. To obtain data on the success of the training, interviews and observations were carried out on the trainees before and after the training. The results obtained were that the training students were very enthusiastic about this method. This also affects their achievement in mastering English vocabulary and pronunciation.
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