THE USE OF THINK PAIR SHARE AND PICTURE MEDIA TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL OF ELEVENTH GRADE MAN 2 SEMARANG IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR OF 2015/2016

Aji, Ashari Gustaman, I2B010004 (2016) THE USE OF THINK PAIR SHARE AND PICTURE MEDIA TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL OF ELEVENTH GRADE MAN 2 SEMARANG IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR OF 2015/2016. Skripsi.

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Abstract

Key words: Think pair share, Picture, Speaking Skill In learning English, many students had problem in speaking skill. They were unconfident and afraid to speak English because they did not know how to say in English and how to start it. They were afraid to make mistake and confused to arrange the sentence grammatically although they had a lot of vocabularies. The research design used was Classroom Action Research (CAR) included planning, action, observing, and reflecting which were applied in three cycles. The population of the research was eleventh grade students of MAN 2 Semarang, and sampling used the purposive cluster sampling. The techniques used in collecting data were observation, questionnaires, and tests. Based on the research result, the students’ mean score before implementing CAR in pre-test was 34.82 and the class percentage for student who passed KKM was 0%. The students’ mean scores increased after implementing CAR in post-test I 53.29, post-test II 69, and post-test III 80.94. The class percentage for students who passed KKM in each post-test were 2,94% in post-test I, 50% in post-test II, and 100% in post-test III. In addition, the result of questionnaires showed that the students’ responses in learning were generally positive. It could be concluded that think pair share and picture media could improve students’ speaking skill.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PE English
Divisions: Faculty of Foreign Languages and Cultures
Depositing User: Users 1 not found.
Date Deposited: 28 Nov 2016 07:37
Last Modified: 28 Nov 2016 07:37
URI: http://repository.unimus.ac.id/id/eprint/152

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