Self Directed English Language Learning through English Subtitle in Indonesia Film 2017

Siti Meryani


Personal growth that a person chooses and achieves through his or her own efforts is referred to as self directed learning. The aimed this research was to know how do students perceive learn self directed English language learning through English subtitle in Indonesia film 2017 and To know students the difficulties of self directed English learning through English subtitle in Indonesia film 2017. The research employs descriptive qualitative. The data was taken from interview and documentation, eight students the second semester of English Education in the academic year 2020 at IAIN Palangka Raya were the informants of this research base on purposive sampling. The finding of this result show some points students view of Self directed English subtitle through English subtitle in Indonesia film 2017 are give positive impact to students increasing vocabulary and motivate to learn English, Useful activities of self directed English language learning through English subtitle, Frequency of self directed English language through English subtitle is very often. The difficulties of self directed English learning through English subtitle in Indonesia film 2017 are English subtitles are the same in the next scene, the timing of English subtitle text is quickly, and an error in typing the English subtitle.


self directed; english language learning; English subtitle; Indonesia film

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