Audio Visual Exposure (AVE) as opposed to Audio Exposure Alone (AEA) for EFL Listening Comprehension

Muzammil, Lasim (2015) Audio Visual Exposure (AVE) as opposed to Audio Exposure Alone (AEA) for EFL Listening Comprehension. In: The 62nd TEFLIN International Conference 2015: Proceedings. English Department-Faculty of Letters and Culture in Collaboration with Post Graduate Study Program-Udayana University, Denpasar, Bali, pp. 185-192. ISBN 978-602-2940-66-1

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Abstract: Listening Comprehension is a crucial skill to understand spoken English. It requires appropriate ways to develop this particular skill and one of them is through the use of audio visual exposure. This is a research-based article elaborating different result on English listening comprehension using AVE (Audio Visual Exposure) and AEA (Audio Exposure Alone). The subjects of the study are freshmen in Kanjuruhan University of Malang taking different field of study such as economics, counselling, physics, and civics. Thirty three (33) participants are treated to be experimental group and thirty (30) participants are treated to be control group. AVE for Experimental group uses video lessons from’s collection while AEA for Control group uses audio lessons from’s collection, in which both of them discuss real English for real communication and after eight meetings of treatment the participants do listening comprehension test and the result of the test is analysed using independent sample t-test since two intact groups are used in this study. The experimental and control group are ascertained to be homogenous in terms of English performance from the pre-test analysis. The post-test are carried out for both groups after the treatment is done and the results of the test are computed statistically and compared in order to prove if the null hypothesis is rejected indicating that there is significant difference performance between the two groups. The result of the study is expected to be beneficial not only for English teachers and EFL learners, but for furthur researchers as well. Keywords: Audio Visual Exposure (AVE), Audio Exposure Alone (AEA), Listening Comprehension Skill

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: Bahasa dan Budaya > Bagian Buku
Bahasa dan Budaya > Konferensi atau Workshop
Sosial dan Humaniora > Bagian Buku
Sosial dan Humaniora > Konferensi atau Workshop
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: LASIM MUZAMMIL
Date Deposited: 05 Nov 2015 01:49
Last Modified: 07 May 2019 19:18

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