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|Title:||The Effect of English Captioned Video on Students' Listening Comprehension (A Quasi-Experimental Study at the Eleventh-Grade Students' of SMAN 4 Tangerang Selatan)|
|Advisors:||Dr. Ratna Sari Dewi, M.Pd.|
Zaharil Anasy, M.Hum.
|Keywords:||Keywords: Caption, Video, Listening Comprehension.;Keywords: Caption, Video, Listening Comprehension.|
|Abstract:||This study aimed to obtain empirical data regarding whether there is a significant effect on providing English captioned video (variable x) towards students’ listening comprehension (variable y). This study was conducted at SMAN 4 Tangerang Selatan. The sample of this study was all the students of grade XI-1 consisting of 40 students as an experimental class and all the students of grade XI-3 consisting of 40 students as a control class. The method applied in this study was the quantitative method with the quasi-experimental design. The instruments used to gather the data were students’ pre-test and post-test scores that were calculated and analyzed by using SPSS 20. Therefore, the results used to see if there was a significant effect given by the variable x towards the variable y. The result of the study showed that post-test means score of the experimental class was 77.45 while post-test means score of the control class was 73.90. It revealed that there is a significant difference between the two classes’ post-test mean scores. The test of hypotheses showed that sig 2 tailed (p) was 0.044 while alpha (a) was 0.05 (0.044 < 0.05) meaning that H0 (Null Hypothesis) was rejected and Ha (Alternative Hypothesis) was accepted. In other words, providing English captioned video as a medium toenhance students’ listening comprehension is effective.|
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