Improving Students’ Speaking Skills by Using Storytelling

  • Caroline Sabatiana Ambarita Universitas Prima Indonesia
  • Junita Siahaan Universitas Prima Indonesia
  • Resperdiana Purba Universitas Prima Indonesia
  • Irma Khoirot Daulay IAIN Kediri

Abstract

This study aims to describe the improvement of speaking skills using the story telling method in X MIPA-1 SMAS Yayasan Pendidikan Pangeran Antasari. The research method used is qualitative. Two sessions were held to perform this research. The initial study’s findings revealed that during the first meeting, 50% of the participants dared to speak English in front of the class and 60% were able to do so. At the second meeting, 80% of the students were willing to speak in front of the class and could speak English to 90% level. From the data obtained, it can be concluded that there was an increase in speaking ability for X MIPA-1 SMAS Yayasan Pendidikan Pangeran Antasari.

Key words: Story Telling, Teaching Speaking Skills

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Published
2022-12-31
How to Cite
Ambarita, C., Siahaan, J., Purba, R., & Daulay, I. (2022). Improving Students’ Speaking Skills by Using Storytelling. Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal, 6(1), 200-208. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.31539/leea.v6i1.5027
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