ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION
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Edisi : Vol.4, No.2 (2013)
Judul : USING STUDENT-RECORDED VIDEOS TO IMPROVE LEARNING MOTIVATION IN SPEAKING ACTIVITY
Penulis : ZAHRAH ZAKIYA AHDA
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This study was aimed to overcome the problem that is faced by the English teacher in SMP N 1 Deket Lamongan by using students’ recorded video to improve learning motivation in speaking activity. This study adopted the Classroom Action Research (CAR) design project proposed by Kemmis and Mc Taggart (1988). The research was conducting in one cycle consisting of three meetings. Each cycle consists of four stages: planning the action implementing the action observing the action and reflecting on the observation. The data were the students’ motivation level that was measured using several indicators (1) the students focus to the lesson (2) the students are active in doing discussion and responding to the teacher’s questions (3) the students show high diligence and enthusiasm in doing every activity (4) the students are confident in stating their opinion and trying something new and (5) the students are courageous to ask whenever they find any difficulty in the learning process. The results of the study show that the use of students’ recorded video successfully improve the students’ learning motivation in speaking activity. The students’ learning motivation increases from 21. 2% (in preliminary study) to 76. 5% (by the end of cycle 1). In this study the researcher used the video that was made by the students as the media in speaking activity and conducting discussion session.

Kata Kunci : students’ recorded video; motivation; speaking;
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