The Use of ELLLO in Improving Teaching Listening to Students
Listening is one of English's essential skills. Listening is a very valuable skill because in communicating with others, this skill can gain awareness, understanding, information and performance for humans. Listening involves paying attention to motion or tone. Listening requires recognizing and translating the sounds of speech into words and sentences. It is a general term used to refer to complex attraction, preception and behavior processes. The listening needs to be all-ears focused to the listening portion while practicing listening skills. In this method, it is important to use application as a teaching medium. In this method, it can capture the attention of students. In order to apply this analysis, pre-experimental design was used as samples in the quantitative process. In order to assess the improvement that has happened to students, the Pre-Test would offer students, the care was given to the students, and then Post-Test was provided to classes. Pre-experimental design is being used in these studies. In the Pre-Test and Post-Test, students scored an average Pre-Test score of 59.03 and an average Post-Test score of 81.96. The students were very passionate about this learning process.
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