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The Effectiveness of Storytelling Using Realia to Improve Speaking Ability in The Tenth Grade Students at SMA N 1 Sanden in Academic Year 2012/ 2013

Jamiatun, Salamah and Sucipto, Sucipto (2013) The Effectiveness of Storytelling Using Realia to Improve Speaking Ability in The Tenth Grade Students at SMA N 1 Sanden in Academic Year 2012/ 2013. bahastra, XXVII (2). pp. 93-99. ISSN 0215-4994

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Abstract

This study is conducted to find out the speaking ability of the students taught through storytelling using realia and those who are taught without storytelling using realia. Moreover, this study is aimed to find out whether there is a significant difference in the speaking ability between the students taught through storytelling using realia and those who are taught without storytelling using realia. This research is an experimental research which was held at SMA N 1 Sanden. The subject of the research was the tenth grade students in academic year 2012/ 2013. The number of students was 61 consisting of 31 in experimental group and 30 in control group. The experimental research involved one experimental group compared with a control group. They were class X4 as the experimental group taught through storytelling using realia and class X5 as the control group taught without storytelling using realia. Both classes were given the pre-test at the beginning. The post-test was given at the end after the treatment. For the collecting the data, this study utilized a speaking test and the data were analyzed by utilizing t-test computation; descriptive analysis, and inferential analysis. The research findings show the result of the research that the mean of the post-test in the experimental group is higher than the mean of the pre-test (57.03 > 34.84). Likewise, the mean score of the post-test in the control group is higher than the mean score of the pre-test (39.73>37.33). There is a significant difference between the speaking ability of the students who were taught through storytelling using realia and those who were taught without storytelling using realia. It can be seen from the mean score of the post-test in experimental group that was higher than that of the control group (57.03>39.73). It is also supported by the result of the t-test which t-observed was higher than t-table (19.68>2.001). Then, the hypothesis in this research is accepted. Therefore, it can be concluded that teaching speaking through storytelling using realia is more effective than without storytelling using realia.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: Sucipto Sucipto
Date Deposited: 09 Nov 2015 23:34
Last Modified: 09 Nov 2015 23:34
URI: http://eprints.uad.ac.id/id/eprint/2607

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