PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF TIPE PICTURE AND PICTURE DAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR TERHADAP KEMAMPUAN BERBICARA BAHASA INGGRIS SISWA SMK NEGERI 5 BATAM

Gusmira Marwan, Jalius Jama, . Elisna

Abstract


Shipping Electrical Engineering Department at SMKN 5 Batam had lots of enrollees in 2012-2013 academic year. They chose this department because the good prospect for its graduates to be readily accepted as employees in shipping manufacture Industry. However their English speaking ability was still low. To overcome this problem the researcher tried to implement picture and picture cooperative learning model (CPaP) with the aim of improving the students’ ability in Speaking English.

This was quasi experimental research using 2X2 factorial design. It was conducted at SMKN 5 Batam from July to December 2012. The sample consisted of 68 students taken with purposive random sampling technique. The instruments used for collecting data were: (1) questionnaire for measuring students’ learning motivation and (2) test for students’ speaking ability. The data were analyzed by using t-test and ANOVA.

The results of data analyses showed that: (1) The speaking ability of students taught by using CPaP model was higher than that of the students taught by using conventional model. (2) The speaking ability of high motivation students taught by using CPaP model was higher than that of high motivation students taught by using conventional model. (3) The speaking ability of low motivation students taught by using CPaP model was higher than that of low motivation students taught by using conventional model. (4) There was no interaction between the learning model and learning motivation toward the students’ speaking ability.

Based on the results above, it can be concluded that the use of picture and picture type cooperative learning is effective for improving students’ ability  in speaking English.

 

Keywords: Learning Model Picture and Picture (CPAP), Motivation, Ability to Speak English


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