DESIGNING MODEL OF LISTENING STRATEGY BASED INSTRUCTION FOR TENTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Keywords:SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Listening is viewed as the basic skill of language that need to be given priority to understand. Moreover, listening English in aforeign context. However, listening skill often neglected in learning a language. Therefore, many students feel difficult to master the skill in order to overcome the difficulty in listening comprehension the students should employ strategies that can give positive influence to develop their skill.
The objective of current study aims to design model of listening strategy based instruction for tenth grade students of senior high school students. It intents to increase students’ awareness on listening strategies and to help students to be easier in learning listening by the presence of this product.
The study employed Research and Development which covered five main stages: Need Analysis, Product Development, Experts Validation, Field Testing Product and Final Product Development. To collect the data needed as the basis for developing product need analysis was done in MA Billingual Batu in the tenth graders.
The finding shows that the students did not aware on the listening strategies. they learned listening only listen and answer the questions in the worksheet. So that they feel listening skill is difficult to be mastered. The presence of listening SBI model is developed to fulfill their need.
The students are interested in this product. Beside that, they believe that the product can help them to master listening skill easier than before.
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