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The aim of the article was to propose the English instructional design using scenario-based learning. This instructional design consists of learning objectives, scenario creation, instructional procedures which include 1) facing a scenario; 2) tackling a problem; and 3) learning independently, teacher’s roles, learner’s roles, and learning outcomes. The English instructional design using scenario-based learning is suitable for undergraduate students. It enhances all four English language skills by learning in near-world situations. Learners acknowledge the relevance of the use of English language in the workplace. The English instructional design using scenario-based learning develops teamwork and collaboration skills, decision-making skills and independent learning skills which are desirable characteristics for learners in the 21st century. It also prepares graduates to be ready to enter the world of work.
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