Online Interactive Communication via Academic Blogging Activities Among Indonesian EFL Students

  title={Online Interactive Communication via Academic Blogging Activities Among Indonesian EFL Students},
  author={Shella Shafira Lubis and Budianto Hamuddin},
  journal={REiLA : Journal of Research and Innovation in Language},
Indonesian people in the conversation using English in many ways, such as face to face and social media. The purpose of this research is to identify students' online interactive communication in their blog's comment. It focuses among students as Indonesian EFL students in Morphology class in Universitas Lancang Kuning (Unilak). This study also eager to know what type of language function and phase of knowledge construction on students blogging activities on selected IT platform classroom, i.e… Expand

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