Hawieng Activities as an Effort to Energize English Learning for Youth Communities in Ende, Flores-NTT
It is undeniable that knowledge of English is very important in this era. The impact of this is that many people are increasingly intrigued and encouraged to find out and explore the world of English. This also happened to a group of youths in Ende Regency. The English language problems faced by these youths are quite complete. One of the problems is the lack of vocabulary, pronunciation techniques, and grammar. This ultimately affects the decline of the 4 English skills. For this reason, the HAWIENG (happy with English) activity was carried out, as an effort to overcome these things. This activity has a positive effect on increasing the understanding of the activity participants. It is hoped that there will be follow-up of similar activities so that English can be grounded in Pancasila-Ende land.
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