Fatma Yuniarti, Dian Rakhmawati


This study aimed to investigate the effect of using Genius Application mobile learning on listening skills and attitudes of EFL adult learners in the first semester of the English Department. The study is quasi-experimental consisted of two groups, an experimental group (n=20) and a control group (n=21). The research data included the results of two sets of listening tests and learners’ responses on an attitude questionnaire. Data were collected through a survey and the results were analyzed by using SPSS 12.0. The results were found that it can enhance motivation, increase exposure, expand vocabulary repertoire, and provide easy access to any time and everywhere.


Mobile Learning, Listening Comprehension Skill, Attitudes, Language Exposure

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