A COMPARISON ON SPEAKING ABILITY BETWEEN STUDENTS TAKING ENGLISH COURSES AND THOSE RELYING ON CLASSROOM COURSES AT THE SECOND YEAR OF SMU 05 PEKANBARU

Lola Siska Yunita, (2011) A COMPARISON ON SPEAKING ABILITY BETWEEN STUDENTS TAKING ENGLISH COURSES AND THOSE RELYING ON CLASSROOM COURSES AT THE SECOND YEAR OF SMU 05 PEKANBARU. Skripsi thesis, Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau.

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Abstract

There are four English skills that must be mastered by the learners, namely: speaking, reading, writing, and listening. Speaking has a role in conveying the messages correlated with other skills in oral form. Based on competence standard and common competence of English lesson at SMU 05 Pekanbaru especially in speaking ability in daily life, the learners hoped to express the meaning of simple review in daily life. Most of students of SMU 05 Pekanbaru take English courses to reach the better speaking ability. In fact, their speaking ability is same as the students relying on classroom courses. Therefore, the writer is interested in conducting this research in accordance with the symptoms the writer has a problem that should be known namely “Is there any significant difference between students taking English courses and those relying on classroom courses in their speaking ability?” This research was conducted on May 2009. The subject of this research was the second year students of SMU 05 Pekanbaru and the object of this, was the difference on speaking ability between students taking English course and those relying on sufficing classroom courses. The numbers of population were 160 students where 80 students were taking courses. The writer took 25% of the populations both of students taking courses and those relying on classroom courses. The total of the samples were 40 students. In this research the writer used stratified random sampling technique. To collect the data required, the writer applied the test dealing with speaking ability in simple review in daily life. The test consists of 9 questions asked by randomly and the time was about 2 minutes for each question. After data obtained, the techniques of data analysis used was a causal comparative, the writer computed by using T- test as shown below: t0 = 2 2     1         1      N SDy N SDx Mx My The research finding shows that there is no significant difference on speaking ability between students taking English courses and those relying on classroom courses. It is proved by finding the t-observation (1.373) that is smaller than t-table either at the level significance 5% or at the level significance 1% (2.72>1.373<2.02). It means that there is no significant difference of speaking ability between variable X and variable Y. Meanwhile, the first and second formulation has been answered that the speaking ability of the students taking English course is higher than the students relying on classroom course, and the speaking ability of the students relying on classroom course is lower than the students taking English course. The fourth formulation also has been answered that speaking ability of students taking extra English course influenced by internal and external factors.

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi)
Subjects: 300 Ilmu Sosial > 370 Pendidikan > 373 Pendidikan Tingkat Sekolah Lanjutan > 373.238 Sekolah Menengah Atas, SMA
Divisions: Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: eva sartika
Date Deposited: 06 Jan 2016 08:53
Last Modified: 06 Jan 2016 08:53
URI: http://repository.uin-suska.ac.id/id/eprint/308

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