YouTube and its impact on the listening skill of the 4-a students at new hope bilingual school during the III Quarter 2022

  • Adriana Gutiérrez Campos Universidad Hispanoamericana
  • Yahui Huang Chang Universidad Hispanoamericana


The present study provides information related to the YouTube platform. It shows how effective or ineffective it is for educational purposes. For this reason, the goal is to demonstrate how useful YouTube can be for ten-year-old students in a learning environment. Besides, the skill of interest in this research is the listening skill. As part of the research process, different techniques are used to recollect the main results of the impact YouTube has on kids at a young age. Also, it contains information related to previous studies done in different countries to compare the results gotten. Lastly, according to the conclusions, it demonstrates how an app that many people have access to, can be used as a learning and educational tool for students at schools.

Palabras clave: youtube, videos, listening skill, students, english skills


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Gutiérrez Campos, A., & Huang Chang, Y. (2023). YouTube and its impact on the listening skill of the 4-a students at new hope bilingual school during the III Quarter 2022. Ciencia Latina Revista Científica Multidisciplinar, 7(1), 7102-7113.