M-WebQuest Development: Reading Comprehension of Senior High School Students in Indonesia
Keywords:M-WebQuest, Development, Feasibility, Reading, Student.
M-WebQuest is a teaching model adapted from WebQuest created firstly by Bernie Dodge, where its development is used ADDIE model. This research aims to develop M-WebQuest to improve reading comprehension attainment of senior high school students Grade XI in Pekanbaru, Riau – Indonesia. In gaining the feasibility of the developed M-WebQuest, 3 experts, 10 English teachers and 30 students were involved. Based on the given questionnaire analysis, the experts agree on the feasibility of created M-WebQuest in terms of technical, content, material unit, and impacts of using M-WebQuest on students and teachers. The English teachers and the students are also agree on the feasibility of created M-WebQuest in terms of interface screen, texts, and content. Overall, it can be concluded that M-WebQuest can be used for the learning activities of English Reading Comprehension subject
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