THE INTEGRATION OF GROUP DISCUSSION METHOD USING AUDIO VISUAL LEARNING MEDIA TOWARD STUDENTS’ LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT ON LISTENING
Keywords:Question and Answer, Audio Visual Learning, Achievement
This research is focus on the integration of group discussion method using audio visual learning media. The aim of conducting this research is to find out how the integration of group discussion method using audio visual learning media toward the students learning achievement on listening. The method of the study used was qualitative with Quasy Experimental design. It was done at Teruna Muda Jurnior High School. The instrument used were a set of test and observation sheets. The result of the research are: a) that the everage result using QA method using the audio visual learning is 74; and b) student learning outcomes using the QA method with audio media is no better than the student learning outcomes provided with conventional learning models using audio media. Then it is concluded that the teachers may implement the QA method or conventional learning in teaching listening to the students in the classroom.
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