Improving Students' Speaking Skill Using English Basic Speaking Module (Action Classroom Research at International Language Course Ngawi)

Nurhidayah, Yenni Sofianita (2023) Improving Students' Speaking Skill Using English Basic Speaking Module (Action Classroom Research at International Language Course Ngawi). Undergraduate (S1) thesis, IAIN Ponorogo.

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SOFIANITA NURHIDAYAH, YENNI, 2023. "Improving Students' Speaking Skill Using
English Basic Speaking Module (Action Classroom Research at International Language
Course Ngawi). Thesis, English Education Departement, Tarbiyah Faculty, State Institute for Islamic Studies of Ponorogo, Advisor Dr. Ahmadi, M.Ag.

Key Word: Improving Speaking, International Language Course (ILC).
Speaking is an essential element in language learning. Speaking is considered a language skill challenging to master because it requires other aspects to understand it. Speaking deserves special attention in the learning process because speaking skill can help someone talk and properly convey opinions, meanings, messages, and information. Therefore, in supporting and facilitating language learners to gain good speaking mastery, things might be done to upgrade the media used in learning. Media English speaking module is a module design specifically used as a supporting media in speaking practice consisting of elements that are important in speaking.
The background objective underlying this research is the difficulties faced by students at International Language Course (ILC) Ngawi in improving speaking skill so that it can be identified that they have difficulty achieving the course objectives.
This research is an Action Classroom Research (CAR) study that aims to see the process of improving the quality of learning speaking. This study used two cycles with three tests: pre-test, post-test first cycle, and post-test second cycle. This study uses Arikunto's design in four stages: planning, action, observation, and reflection. Data collection techniques were carried out using two methods, namely tests and non-tests. In media tests, the researcher conducted a pre-test and a post-test twice in the first and second cycles. While the non-test includes observations, interview, and documentation. The researchers used qualitative descriptive analysis and simple statistical analysis to calculate the processes that occur in learning using media modules.
The results of this study showed a significant increase in results. So it was concluded that using English-speaking modules can help students improve their speaking skill. This statement is supported by student observations, tutors, and student learning outcomes. Based on the observations of tutor performance, researchers found that tutor made good use of learning media and became facilitators and supporters of learning well. Observation of student activity shows that the researcher found that in the second cycle, students experienced many changes from those who were initially passive to become more active in learning, motivation, and interest in learning, and student learning independence increased. The student score supports this, 100% belonging to the pass category, above 70% in the second cycle. The pre-test showed an initial result of 68.4%, then it increased in the first cycle post-test, 72.00%, and experienced a significant increase in the second cycle post-test, 81.00%. Only 40% of students achieved the cut score in the first cycle, but 100% completed the specified cut score in the second cycle. Based on the results of observations and tests conducted, it can be concluded that the Messiah English speaking module can help students improve their speaking skill at the Ngawi International Language Course (ILC) in 2023.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate (S1))
Thesis Supervisor: Ahmadi
Subjects: 13 EDUCATION > 1399 Other Education > 139999 Education not elsewhere classified
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > Jurusan Tadris Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Miss Perpustakaan IAIN Ponorogo
Date Deposited: 13 Jun 2023 02:05
Last Modified: 13 Jun 2023 02:05

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