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This research sets out to enhance students' active learning through group discussion role-playing. The research recorded the implementation of group discussion in order to find the revision in the teaching-learning process. Classroom action research involving students from a higher institution was used. The data was collected from observations and interviews. The findings proved that the implementation of group discussions role-playing could promote students' active learning, develop active participation, improve their higher-order thinking, and increase motivation. The activity provides more opportunities to display their thinking, which in turn increases their positive attitude towards language learning. This study also provided a teaching framework of group discussion role-playing as a novelty of the analysis. Furthermore, the result can be an applicable recommendation for the teacher to improve students' active learning.
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