THE EFFECT OF ROUND ROBIN BRAINSTORMING STRATEGY IN SOLVING SPEAKING ANXIETY OF TENTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SMK MUHAMMADIYAH PAGARALAM
Keywords:Round Robin Brainstorming, Speaking Ability, Speaking Anxiety
The aimed of this research was to find out the effect of Round Robin Brainstorming in solving studentsâ€™ speaking anxiety. the writer compared level of studentsâ€™ speaking anxiety and studentsâ€™ speaking ability to find out the effect of Round Robin Brainstorming before and after being taught by Round Robin Brainstorming. The researcher took one class as the sample that consist of 30 students from X Multimedia 2 of SMK Muhammadiyah Pagaralam. The data was collected by using two instruments. The first is a speaking test to measure students' speaking ability, The second instrument used was a questionnaire sheet (FLCAS) consisting of 33 items that adopted from Horwitz et al (1986) with scoring Likertâ€™s scale and analyzed manually used Oettingâ€™s scale to categorize studentsâ€™ speaking anxiety levels. The result showed that there was significant progress in the studentsâ€™ speaking ability and studentsâ€™ speaking anxiety was reduce after being taught by using round robin brainstorming strategy.
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