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Atta Rilysia Azis

Last modified: 2020-10-26


Nowadays, the improvement of strategy to teach grammar as a difficult subject matter brings educators to engage with technology. The closest technology or multimedia used by teachers is Microsoft Power Point. It is quite common for modern teacher to present a teaching material using Microsoft Power Point. However, the frequent use of Power Point makes the students bored. They need something more attractive than conventional presentations. Therefore, English teachers can use macro feature in Microsoft Power Point to make a quiz in order to enhance students’ interest in learning. This paper presents two strategies of teaching grammar using interactive Microsoft Power Point with macro features that enable them to make interactive yet efficient true or false quiz for EFL students followed by its benefits in every aspect of the quiz.


teaching grammar, Microsoft Power Point, macro feature, true or false quiz


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