USING FLIP CHART IN TEACHING SPEAKING TO THE TENTH GRADE STUDENTS OF MAN 1 LUBUKLINGGAU

Lufty Avonanda Pratiwi

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The problem of this study was “Is it effective to use Flip Chart in Teaching Speaking to the Tenth Grade Students of MAN 1 Lubuklinggau to the tenth grade of MAN 1 Lubuklinggau?”. The objective of the study was to find out wether or not it is significantly effective to improve students’ speaking skill in speaking the expression of asking and giving opinion to the tenth grade students  of MAN 1 Lubuklinggau. The population of the study was all of tenth grade students of MAN 1 Lubuklinggau with the sample class X Mia 2 consist of 41 students. In this study, the writer used the quasi-experimental method. In collecting the data, the writer used the speaking test that was given twice to the students. In analyzing the data the writer used three techniques. They were the calculation of individual score,the students’ categories score based on the Minimum Mastery Criteria, and match t-test formula. The writer found that in the pre-test, the students’ average score was 66,44. On the other hand, in the post-test their average score increased to be 75,41. The result of the  calculation showed the  6.84 was higher that its t-critical value. Furthermore, the Null Hypothesis ( ) was rejected and the alternative hypothesis ( ) was accepted. Finnaly, it can be concluded that it was significantly effective to improve students’ speaking skill by using Flip Charts to the tenth grade students of MAN 1 Lubuklinggau in the academic 2014/2015.

 

 

Keyword: Teaching, Speaking, Flip Charts

 


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