Analysis of Students’ Perceptions of Bilingual-Based Materials in English for Educational Technology in Indonesia

  •  Andi Asrifan    
  •  Baso Jabu    
  •  Haryanto Atmowardoyo    
  •  Yan Chen    


Bilingusiam has become necessary because of international travel, mass media, immigration and the global economy. Baker (2006) argues that bilinguals are present in every country, in every social class and in all age groups. Research of English as a foreign language (EFL) in Indonesia within the framework of bilingualism can be challenging. This study addressed the students’ perspectives on the issue of bilingual-based materials of teaching in English for educational technology through the students’ perspective to improve the educational program in the future. The results show that the majority of students had a positive perspective toward the implementation of bilingual-based materials in their English language courses and believed the materials were appropriate and easy to understand. 

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