THE EFFECT OF PLUS, MINUS, INTERESTING STRATEGY (PMI) ON STUDENTS’ CRITICAL SKILLS IN SPEAKING FOR DEBATE CLASS AT ENGLISH EDUCATION PROGRAM MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU

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THE EFFECT OF PLUS, MINUS, INTERESTING STRATEGY (PMI) ON STUDENTS’ CRITICAL SKILLS IN SPEAKING FOR DEBATE CLASS AT ENGLISH EDUCATION PROGRAM MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU

Description

The purpose of this research is to determine the effect of using Plus, Minus,
Interesting (PMI) Strategy on students‟ critical skill in speaking for debate. The
design of this research is quasi experimental method. The subjects of this research
were 20 students. The instrument used in this research was a test. There were two
kinds of test, pre-test and post-test. Pre-test was given before the treatment and posttest after the treatment. The result showed that, there was an increased scores in
students‟ who used Plus, Minus, Interesting (PMI) Strategy. Although T-count was
lower than T-table (1.3333 < 1.68595) where the total score was 838 and mean score
was 83.8 for experimental group. In control group the total score was 798 and mean
score was 79,8. The researcher suggested that this strategy is recomended to teach
speaking for debate in the class to increase students‟ score. With this technique the
students be more active in the classroom and they not affraid to share their idea again
and speak in front of the class. It means that Plus Minus Interesting (PMI) technique
was effective strategy for teaching speaking at the Eight Semester of Muhammadiyah
University of Bengkulu.

Creator

SULISTINA AGUSTIN
NPM. 1621110052
Advisor
Ria Angraini
Examiner 1
Dian Suslya
Examiner 2
Yupika Maryansyah

Source

ENGLISH EDUCATION PROGRAM

Publisher

UPT PERPUSTAKAAN

Date

14 JULY 2023

Contributor

MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU

Rights

MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU

Format

PDF File

Language

BAHASA INGGRIS

Type

JURNAL SKRIPSI

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Citation

SULISTINA AGUSTIN NPM. 1621110052 et al., “THE EFFECT OF PLUS, MINUS, INTERESTING STRATEGY (PMI) ON STUDENTS’ CRITICAL SKILLS IN SPEAKING FOR DEBATE CLASS AT ENGLISH EDUCATION PROGRAM MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU,” Repository Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu, accessed July 22, 2024, http://repo.umb.ac.id/items/show/3849.