Developing Speech Abilities on Various Occasions Using Role-Plays and Practice in Real-Life Situations of Students Studying the Art of Speaking
The purpose of this research is to develop the ability to speak on various occasions of students studying the art of speaking. Role-based teaching and practice in real situations is the teaching method. The sample group consists of 25 students who studied the art of speaking course in the second semester of the academic year 2018. The tools and data collection method used in this experiment are (1) learning plans for speaking on various occasions in 5 plans, including speaking in the ceremonial role, inviting, greeting, congratulating and presentation speech, (2) a test of speaking ability in various occasions and (3) assessment forms of speaking in role-playing and actual practice. The statistics used in data analysis is a mean, standard deviation, and t-test for Dependent Samples. Data were analysed using the statistical program. The results showed that the speaking scores and assessment scores for both roleplay and the real situations after the experiment is higher than the score before the experiment at the level of significance 0.001.