Students Learning Outcomes in Listening taught by Using Audio Visual Media

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Jenny Ika Misela
Fitria Nur Hamidah


This research is generally to find out the students’ learning outcomes after being taught by audio visual media. The subjects were the students of English department of FKIP Universitas Wahidiyah located in Kediri, East Java, Indonesia. The research was conducted during the academic year 2020/2021. Researchers used classroom action research (CAR) as the method of research. The number of students in Listening II class of English department in Universitas Wahidiyah was 6 students. It was conducted in two cycles. Each cycle consisted of planning, action, test, observation, and documentation. The result of this research shows that (1) the implementation of audiovisual media to improve students’ listening skill in asking and giving opinion as a material was going smoothly. In the process, students paid attention, completed the task, more enthusiastic and not got bored quickly. The lecturer also taught and gave material well. (2) There was an improvement of students’ listening skill using audio visual media. It was shown in the result of research. The mean of pre-test and post-test cycle I was 72, 5 to 70, 1. The mean of pre-test and post-test cycle II were 77, 4 to 82,2. The percentages of the students who passed the passing grade were 50% in pre-test I, 28, 7% in the post test I. 78,7% pre-test cycle II, and 100% in post-test cycle II. It showed that the students’ percentage who got score higher than passing grade of post-test cycle II is higher than post-test cycle I. so the result was significant it means that the use audio visual media to improve students listening ability.

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Jenny Ika Misela, & Fitria Nur Hamidah. (2023). Students Learning Outcomes in Listening taught by Using Audio Visual Media. ELTT, 9(1), 153–161. Retrieved from


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