Writing News Item in English Language Teaching Context: Line Apps Platform for Senior High School Students

@inproceedings{DwiRisani2020WritingNI,
  title={Writing News Item in English Language Teaching Context: Line Apps Platform for Senior High School Students},
  author={Tia Dwi Risani},
  year={2020}
}
Learning English nowadays is a process of giving learners not just skills its also an innovative learning technique, and creative ways are needed as well. The Information Communication Technology (ICT) device such as social media, i.e., Line provides students to explore more in learning English. This research aimed at proving social media such as Line today can be used as virtual support for English language Teaching (ELT) process of writing news item in senior high school. This descriptive… 

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