Teaching listening to SLTP students by using the OHP wayang play as an extra-curricular acitivity

Hartono, . (1999) Teaching listening to SLTP students by using the OHP wayang play as an extra-curricular acitivity. Undergraduate thesis, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya.

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Abstract

The role of English as a foreign language in Indonesia has made English as one of compulsory subjects in Indonesia. SLTP students are expected to master the four language skills namely effective reading skill, understanding spoken English, writing and speaking skills, However, from the writer's experience, SLTP students are still unable to use their English actively, nor comprehend the spoken English at a normal speed. This problem exists because students rarely come into contact with the language being learned. Listening comprehension is very important in language acquisition. The language is acquired through the comprehensible input which is received through listening. In language development listening is the first language skill to be developed; however, it is one of the most neglected subjects. It is rarely taught separately from other skills. The teaching of listening comprehension cannot be effectively taught in this manner. Moreover, the monotonous way of presenting material hinders the goals of listening comprehension. It is difficult to motivate students when only the teacher's voice is used to present the listening comprehension lesson. There are many teaching aids which can be used for a listening comprehension class: audio aids, visual aids, audio visual aids, and the combination of audio and visual aids. In this study the writer restricts the choice of visual aids only to OHP Wayang Play (OWP) considering the advantages that OWP can contribute to the teaching of listening comprehension. The advantages of OWP as visual aids are: it can develop student's listening ability, make listening classes more interesting, and can also motivate the students so they will learn better and faster. This study is done to describe the application of OWP in the teaching of listening comprehension. In using OWP, the teacher has to prepare the material first. There are three ways in preparing the material: creating a story, translating a story, taking a story. After preparing the material, the teacher has to create the transparency wayang. There are three ways in creating the transparency wayang: by hand drawing, by Xerox copy, or by carbon copy. After preparing the transparency wayang, the teacher has to create the questions. There are four types of questions: true or false questions, multiple choice questions, short answer questions, essay type questions. When the material, the transparency wayang and the questions are ready, the teacher has to make a lesson plan. In performing the OWP, the teacher should consider some aspects such as the teacher should use his voice directly and he should use the story telling intonation. The writer hopes that through this study, English teachers will be encouraged to use OWP as a means to teach listening comprehension to the students and he also hopes that the students can learn better and faster in OWP class.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Department: ["eprint_fieldopt_department_Faculty of Teacher Training and Education" not defined]
Subjects: English Education
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > English Education Study Program
Depositing User: EK Lengkonosari PN
Date Deposited: 12 Aug 2016 03:05
Last Modified: 12 Aug 2016 03:05
URI: http://repository.wima.ac.id/id/eprint/7012

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