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THE USE OF POWERPOINT AS MEDIA OF LANGUAGE TEACHING ON STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL
Corresponding Author(s) : Yuli Ani Setyo Dewi
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020): January
Purpose of the study: Powerpoint is one of the communication tools which used to presenting learning material, and this article aims to know the use of PowerPoint as media that can improve students’ speaking skill.
Methodology: The researcher uses the Pre-experimental method one group Pretest-Posttest design by regulating pretest to measure the subordinate variable, test treatment, and regulating posttest.
Main Findings: The result shows that posttest frequency is higher than pretest frequency by compering median 12.6> 12.2. it means that PowerPoint provides video, audio, animation, slideshow, etc. can improve students’ speaking skills.
Applications of this study: The population in this research are all of the students of MA Al-Asyhar Bungah Gresik with 20 social learners and 23 science learners class.
Novelty/Originality of this study: Media makes the students more understand, the instructor must prepare the exciting material, by using interesting media it helps students more understand. Because the use of media will stimulate students' understanding, the teacher can use interested and straightforward media which can make them focus on the material.
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