THE EFFECT OF BUZZ GROUP TECHNIQUE TO THE SECOND GRADE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING AT MA SEJAHTERA PARE 2017/2018

  • Muhammad Arief Budiman Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri
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Keywords: Speaking, Buzzgroup

Abstract

Talking about speaking, when people need to good in speaking, they have to involve the five components such as good pronouncation, correct grammar, right vocabulaty, able in fluency and comprehension. But many students in learning English especially in speaking, they got some difficulties. In this study, to overcome the problems of speaking such as, fluency, pronouncation and vocabulary. Using Buzz Group, the writer can solved their problems. Because, Buzz Group is a small group assembled to work on a problem and report solutions. By gathering, the students can share their ideas with others in a group. So, the students can improve their ideas. Therefore, the aim of this research is to find out any effect to the second grade students’ speaking at MA Sejahtera Pare in academic years 2017/2018. This research uses experimetal quatitative with onegroup pre-test and post test as research design. The subject of this research is 20 students that consist of 11 males and 9 females of second grade students’ speaking at MA Sejatera Pare. The data was analyzed by using t-test. The result of data analyzed shows that the mean score of post test ( 84.4 ) is higher that pre-test ( 68.2 ) and t-test ( 26.23 ). Thus, the Ha is accepted and Ho is rejected. Moreover, it shows that the t-score ( 26.23 ) is higher than t-table ( 2.093 ) at the degree of significance 5%. In the effect of very significant. It can be concluded that using Buzz Group Technique gives significant influence towards the students’ speaking especially in fluency, vocabulary and pronouncation. But, there was one component that proven higher than the others. It was fluency.

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2019-12-12
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Budiman, M. A. (2019). THE EFFECT OF BUZZ GROUP TECHNIQUE TO THE SECOND GRADE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING AT MA SEJAHTERA PARE 2017/2018. Jurnal Simki Pedagogia, 3(5), 7-13. https://doi.org/10.29407/jsp.v3i5.2