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The theoretical framework for this study also involves Keller’s Theory of Motivation (Keller, 2010). This involves both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation as well as the individual’s purposes for achievement. Learning and motivation have a relationship in mastering the target of language learning. Therefore, to be successful in learning English reading learners need to have motivation. This research indicates that integrating YouTube increase students’ motivation to learn English reading comprehension. 5.4.2 Pedagogical Implication In terms of pedagogical contributions the findings affirm that the utilization of YouTube significantly enhances students’ mean scores in reading comprehension and their motivation towards learning English. Findings from the interviews with students and teachers from the Experimental Group also support the quantitative findings. As such ESL teachers can use YouTube as an alternative tool to enhance students’ achievement and motivation in EFL comprehension. Therefore, YouTube can be considered an effective tool for enhancing the process of learning English reading and providing critical thinking skills. This study also indicates that the use of YouTube has significant effects on students’ motivation towards learning English reading. The moving images and sounds have a profound effect in rousing students’ interest towards the reading lesson. In addition, it also helps students to pay more attention to reading the texts, which in turn helps students to understand the reading texts better. Using YouTube also increases students’ motivation, which enables students to give full attention in class and facilitates the
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teaching of reading comprehension in the language classroom. The study also suggests
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