THE USE OF GOOGLE ON COMPLETING ENGLISH ASSIGNMENT BY THE STUDENTS’ OF ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT AT UNIVERSITAS NEGERI MEDAN
Keywords:Google, English Assignment, Completing, Perception
This research is about the use of Google on completing the assignment by the students'. The purpose of doing this research is to find out whether the students use Google on completing their English assignment. It was done at Universitas Negeri Medan exactly in English Education Department. The respondent of this research was the students of 2019 Batch which were taken through purposive randomly sampling. The instrument of this study is a questionnaire which consists of fifteen questions. The result of this study is that that the most of the students (88%) agree to say that they use Google on completing the English assignment and parts of the students (7%) strongly agreed to say that they use Google on completing the English assignment, few of the students (4%) agree to say that they use Google on completing the English assignment for sometimes, and the last is that one of the students were completely disagreed to say that he uses Google on completing the English assignment. Then it is concluded that the students’ perception of Google lies on its practicality, interesting, impact, facilities and impact.
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