Using Talking Chip Technique in Enhancing Students’ Speaking Skill

Haritsah A'yun


As speaking is one of the difficult skills in mastering English, the English teachers should provide a teaching technique to attract students in improving their speaking skill. Therefore, this study is intended to expand the study related to speaking performance, coped with the aspect of fluency, accuracy and content. The writer applied experimental research as the method and one-group pre-test posttest as the design of this study.  The population of this study was second grade students of SMAN 1 Beutong. The number of this population was 100 students which divided into 4 classes and each class had 25 students. The sample was XI IPA 2 class. The technique used to get the sample was simple random sampling. To obtain the data the researcher used pre-test and post-test as the instrument of this study. Furthermore, the writer used statistical parametric to obtain the data from pre-test and post-test. In conclusion, the t-test of post-test is higher than t-table.


Speaking; Talking Chips Technique

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