IMPROVING STUDENTS' SPEAKING ABILITY USING RADIO TALK SHOW PROGRAMME

  • Dewi Satria Elmiana Queen's University Belfast
    (GB)

Abstract

Media provide students and teachers with creative as well as practical ideas and enable them to meet various interests and needs, hence, this study analysed the implementation of using media particularly radio programme to improve students’ speaking ability. This study employed descriptive qualitative approach and there were 42 students of senior high school involved in this study. The results indicate that the implementation of media (radio talk show programme) assists students to improve their speaking ability; it can be one of methods in teaching and learning process especially in speaking class; and the influence of media (radio talk show programme) could encourages and motivates students to pull out their best of communication skill particularly in using English. 

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Author Biography

Dewi Satria Elmiana, Queen's University Belfast
I am a Ed.D student in School of Education at Queen's University Belfast, UK.  QUB has ranked 173 in the world and be one of prestigious universities in UK called RUSSELL GROUP. I am studying TESOL and my reserach interest lies in visual literacy, critical pedagogy, multicultural education, and English material development.

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Published
2019-12-31
Section
Volume 5, Number 02, December 2019
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