Enhancing Pronunciation of Vocational High School Students Using Video Dubbing
Pamungkas, Firdaus Ditya
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Generally, Senior High School learners have the intermediate skill of English. They should master the basic skill of speaking, especially pronunciation. However, Vocational High School leaners who have same age with Senior High School learners generally have lower skill of speaking than those learners, especially in pronunciation aspect. This research aims to find out how far video dubbing can enhance students’ speaking pronunciation. This research was classroom action research and was applied for the tenth grade and eleventh grade of certain Vocational High School in Madiun city, province of East Java, Indonesia. The research subjects were 20 students, 14 female students and 6 male students. During the implementation of video dubbing, the researcher used observation to observe teaching-learning process and used test to find out the improvement of students’ speaking pronunciation. The researcher conducted the research in two cycles, where each cycle consisted of 4 meetings. The findings of the research showed that the implementation of video dubbing during the learning process in total of 8 meetings, could enhance students’ speaking pronunciation. Therefore, it could be concluded that the implementation of video dubbing in the learning process has great impact on students’ speaking skill, especially in pronunciation.