The Effect of Video Presentations on Achieving Academic Performance Among ESL Students in Malaysia


  • Antony Sheela Anmary Faculty of Social Science, Arts and Humanities, Lincoln University College, Malaysia
  • Lubna Ali Mohammed Faculty of Social Science, Arts and Humanities, Lincoln University College, Malaysia


Technology is an important part of education, and when used correctly, it can help students learn languages well. Technology's impact on education has had a significant impact on how English as a Second Language (ESL) is taught. Malaysia seeks to develop well-educated individuals. To adequately explain this phenomenon, the Malaysian Ministry of Education has coined the phrase "bilingual proficiency"(MOE). The high demand for communication skills in the twenty-first century places them at the top of the list of desirable soft skills. Video presentations are an excellent tool for enhancing the spoken presentation skills of English language students. The purpose of this research is to determine the extent to which students studying English as a Second Language (ESL) can benefit from making use of video presentations to assist them in achieving their learning outcomes. To highlight the links between the variables, a review of the relevant material was carried out and examined. The outcomes of this study offered a conceptual framework that predicts the relevant aspects that are related to students' use of video presentations in their academia. To verify the validity of this conceptual framework, more empirical research must be carried out.


English as Second Language, Oral Presentation, Communication Skill, Video Presentation, Assessment, Outcomes


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How to Cite

Anmary, A. S. ., & Mohammed, L. A. (2022). The Effect of Video Presentations on Achieving Academic Performance Among ESL Students in Malaysia. International Journal of Emerging Issues in Social Science, Arts and Humanities ( IJEISSAH), 1(1), 52-56. Retrieved from