IOP conference series. Materials Science and Engineering, 2018-11-01, Vol.434 (1), p.12069
Nowadays, there are a number of applications, specifically, those of information technology to learn languages. The technology even comes into private devices for personal studies. However, surveys relat-ed to the use of applications or information technology remain limited. The same case also happens to testing related to the effectiveness of applications, programs, or information technology. Therefore, this study aims at conducting surveys and measuring the effectiveness of information technology use in language learning. The other research question deals with the use of information technology in language learning. This study utilized survey methods to obtain some information from the respondents about their preference on western songs. The results showed that 92.3% of 155 respondents liked to listen to songs. A total of 46.5% respondent's stat-ed that they liked western song, while 47.7% of them stated that they might like western song. Yet 80.6% of respondents stated that they studied foreign languages through songs, and only 46.5% memorized the lyrics of western songs. This research on song-based information technology has great potential in language learning.
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