Applying a Book Read Aloud and Leveraging It with Storyline Online: A Case Study of Indonesian Preservice Teachers

Abstract

This study departed from an understanding that one aspect in literacy teacher preparation is to make explicit personal beliefs of preservice teachers in receiving knowledge and instruction in the program (Scott et al., 2018). Enrolling in an introductory course of children’s literature, a group of Indonesian preservice teacher participated in a read aloud project where they applied knowledge related to reading aloud to students. As the project evolved, the preservice teachers attempted to use the Storyline Online digital literacy resource in addition to book read alouds. This qualitative study reported Indonesian preservice teachers’ reflections after implementing the two activities. The findings indicated that they gravitated toward having a physical book read aloud for a range of reasons, revealing a positive attitude toward book read alouds. What is more, Storyline Online was considered a useful digital literacy resource to complement the activity of book read alouds and a tool to improve English.



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Tati Lathipatud Durriyah, Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Jakarta and State Islamic University Jakarta, Indonesia

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Conference: ACE2021
Stream: Teaching Experiences

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To cite this article:
Durriyah T. (2022) Applying a Book Read Aloud and Leveraging It with Storyline Online: A Case Study of Indonesian Preservice Teachers ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2021: Official Conference Proceedings https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2186-5892.2022.15
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2186-5892.2022.15


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