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ALRJournal. 2020; 4(2): 15-24 | DOI: 10.14744/alrj.2020.29981

Pinkfong Stories in Extending Utterances to Young Indonesian EFL Learners: A Case Study

Muhammad Arif1, Sulis Triyono2, Wening Sahayu2
1Department of Applied Linguistics, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia
2Department of German Language Teaching, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia

Motivation has become an issue that is encountered by EFL learners in learning foreign language to early children. In the context of preschools and kindergartens, majority of learners use the conventional drill method to memorize utterances. However, it is bound to fail in maintaining genuine interest of young children and developing natural learning motivation. This article intended to verify preaching among genuine materials such as well-liked children songs and videos, the effect of the level of unknown utterance, and the growth of their learning stimulus. The One Environment-One Language (OEOL) approach was devised in this occasion. It observed the learning growth of a six years old preschooler in twelve months interval assessment. The speaking outcomes which promote this approach in home settings, made full use and derive the benefit of Pinkfong Stories.

Keywords: Case study, ELT, Motivation, OEOL approach, EFL learners, Pinkfong Stories

Muhammad Arif, Sulis Triyono, Wening Sahayu. Pinkfong Stories in Extending Utterances to Young Indonesian EFL Learners: A Case Study. ALRJournal. 2020; 4(2): 15-24

Corresponding Author: Sulis Triyono, Indonesia
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