THE USE OF CONTEXTUAL VIDEO TO IMPROVE STUDENTS LISTENING ABILITY TO THE SECOND GRADE STUDENTS

Augusto Pinto, Charles F. Guterres, Agostinho dos Santos Gonçalves, Augusto da Costa

Abstract


The objectives of the research are to know the use of contextual video
to improve students’ listening ability and improvement before and
after the use of contextual video in grades eleven. Related to the
purpose of the study, the research design used in this study was action
research. The subject of the study was the grade eleven students of
Ensino Secundário Público 4 de Setembro Viqueque. There were 30
students as the sample. The researcher taught listening by using the
contextual video as a teaching instrument. The researcher selected the
contextual video of daily’ activity that is appropriate with the materials
presented in the syllabus. The researcher used pre-test, first cycle,
second cycle, and post-test. The result showed that students’ listening
ability improved treatment. It discovers through observation and pretest and post-test mean scores. The average score was 5.3, increasing to
7.7 in the final post-test. The conclusion was using the contextual video
improve the students’ listening ability and level of listening.


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