• Tita Ratna Wulan Dari Universitas Sriwijaya
  • Najela Najela SDN 6 Talang Kelapa
Keywords: Young learners, Videotaped children songs, learning styles, Qualitative design, Library research


Though technology is advancing, English children songs are still favourable to use in the classroom activities, especially for young learners. Unlike books, audio recordings, and pictures, videotaped songs allow users to cover different learning styles simultaneously. To optimize this advantage, a teacher needs to know how “videotaped children song” can be applied in classroom activities. Therefore, this study aims at revealing the effective ways which users can do during the teaching and learning process. Qualitative design with library research method and descriptive technique was applied in this study so that the writer collected prominent information from primary resources available online or offline. All data were taken through document analysis. The writers found that videotaped children songs can help students in several ways, namely improving vocabularies and practicing the four skills. The study also described some potential problems of using videotaped songs in classroom and their possible solutions


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How to Cite
Dari, T., & Najela, N. (2023). VIDEOTAPED CHILDREN SONG: HOW TO USE IT IN ENGLISH YOUNG LEARNER CLASSROOM?. Jurnal Ilmiah Bina Edukasi, 16(1), 42–52.
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