IMPROVING LISTENING COMPREHENSION BY USING (VOA) ENGLISH BROADCAST STUDENTS OF SMK NEGERI 3 KAYU AGUNG

  • Maratul Azizah Institut Agama Islam Nusantara Ashiddiqiyah
  • Hani Atus Sholikhah Universitas Sriwijaya
Keywords: Improving, Listening Comprehension, VOA

Abstract

This research was intended to investigate the use of VOA English broadcast for students’ listening comprehension. The subject of this research was ten grade Akuntansi of SMK Negeri 3 Kayuagung. The method of this article is a pre-experimental research with students of Akuntansi as the sample. The effect size (ES) calculation is 1.27 as the result; so it meant that improving listening comprehension by using VOA was effective. Based on the calculating the significances’ score of pre-test and post-test, the writer measured the effect size (ES) of the treatment. The average of pre-test was 5.00 and def. was 0.71. while the average of post-test was 8.13 and def. was 0.71. and standard deviation in both pre-test and post-test was 1.13 and it is categorized high. This findings can also be used as a references for teacher to improve students’ listening comprehension in teaching and learning process

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Published
2023-06-29
How to Cite
Azizah, M., & Sholikhah, H. (2023). IMPROVING LISTENING COMPREHENSION BY USING (VOA) ENGLISH BROADCAST STUDENTS OF SMK NEGERI 3 KAYU AGUNG. Jurnal Ilmiah Bina Edukasi, 16(1), 68–78. https://doi.org/10.33557/jedukasi.v16i1.2493
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