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Using Multimedia Videos in Developing Students Grammatical Skills

Rhea B. Anyayahan


The current study investigates the linguistic performance of English major students as a result of video integration in multimedia instruction. The purpose of this study was to determine the efficacy of using videos to improve respondents' linguistic performance. The study included 60 Bachelor of Secondary Education English majors from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Bansud Branch. The experimental design was used by the study's respondents. The respondents were divided into two groups; the first group was taught using video in multimedia instruction, while the second group was taught without video. The findings revealed that both approaches are effective in improving students' linguistic performance. Based on the findings, it was concluded that the use of instructions benefits both students and teachers.

As a result, it is suggested that students be exposed to the use of videos and discussion. Similarly, the teacher may incorporate a series of exercises and drills before beginning the lesson to improve students' linguistic performance. Appropriate and consistent monitoring, evaluation, and review of program success is also recommended. This research resulted in the creation of a language instructional plan.


Linguistic Performance, Multimedia Instruction and Videos

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