Assessing the effect of using artificial intelligence on the writing skill of Indonesian learners of English



Electronic device with artificial intellegence application facilitates the process of learning-teaching in Higher School. This research integrates the use of artificial intellegence in teaching reading and giving feedback as independent variables to imrpove students’ writing skill as dependent variable. Students’ attitude on such teaching is the intervening variable. The research was conducted in Higher Schools in Makassar City. Research instrument was questionnaire distributed to 100 students’ of Higher Schools, but only 83 were processed. The data were analyzed by path analysis. The research findings: 1) teaching reading with artificial intelligence application has no direct but indirect effect through attitude on students’ writing. 2) Lecturer’s feedback virtually has direct and indirect effect through attitude on students’ writing. 3) Reading and feedback through attitude contributes 34.8% to students’ writing skill improvement.


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Kaharuddin, K. (2021). Assessing the effect of using artificial intelligence on the writing skill of Indonesian learners of English. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(1), 288-304.



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