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Cut Indira Dwi Putri, TEACHING LISTENING SKILL BY USING ENGLISH CARTOON CLIPS FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY AT THE FIRST GRADE OF SMAN 1 BANDA ACEH). Banda Aceh PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN JASMANI, KESEHATAN DAN REKREASI JURUSAN PENDIDIKAN OLAHRGA FAKULTAS KEGURUA,2017

Abstract name : cut indira dwi putri students no. : 1206102020113 study program : english education title : teaching listening skill by using english cartoon clips for senior high school student (an experimental study at the first grade of sman 1 banda aceh) _______________________________________________________________________ keywords: cartoon clips, listening skill, sub-skills, narrative genre this experimental research aimed to investigate the effect of teaching listening skill by using english cartoon clips on the first year students of sma negeri 1 banda aceh. one group pre-test post-test design was used to analyze the significant effect. the data were gained quantitatively by administering pre-test, treatments and post-test. the result revealed that there was an improvement in students’ learning achievements focused on listening sub-skills which deals with its aspects, i.e. understanding the gist in listening and listening for details in the narrative genre. the finding was supported by the result of students’ pre-test and post-test scores. the mean of pre-test scores was 77.4, while the mean of post-test scores was 93.5. the gained score is 16.1. moreover, the analysis of t-test showed that tscore > ttable or 4.43 > 1.70 at the level of significance 0.05 with the degree of freedom (df) 25. it is clear that the alternative hypothesis (ha) is accepted. furthermore, based on the comparison between the mean score of each listening aspects of pre-test and that of post-test, it indicated that students gained a better achievement in identifying those listening sub-skills aspects. in brief, the application of english cartoon clips affected the students’ listening performance.



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