The effect of Lyricstraining on students’ speaking ability

Andris Setiawan, Maida Norahmi, Maria Arina Luardini


This research was aim at finding the significant effect of using Lyricstraining on students’ speaking ability in Speaking 3 course of English Education Study Program of the University of Palangka Raya. The research was conducted by using a quantitative approach with a pre-experimental design with one group pre-test post-test design. The sample of the research was 20 Speaking 3 students of English Education Study Program of the University of Palangka Raya. The data was collected from speaking tests on three components of speaking, vocabulary, fluency, and pronunciation. Based on Standard Normal Distribution, the critical values for Z at 5% (0.05) level of significance was 1.645. Since |-3,9199303| > 1.645, and ∑R+ < ∑R- the researchers rejected the null hypothesis (Ho) and accepted an alternative hypothesis (Ha). The result was statistically at 5% significant level. Thus, there was a significant effect of using Lyricstraining on students speaking ability.


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