The effects of Audiovisual Media on Students’ Listening Skills
Keywords:Audio Visual Media, Listening
Listening is a fundamental ability to train English. The purpose of this article is to describe the use of audiovisual media in improving students listening skills. The primary purpose of this research is to know the application of sound learning to sound development in improving listening and understanding the ability to listen to English students after learning how to use visual media. This review is quantitative. About data analysis, percentage, and point t-test, the sample was used. The results show that students of English students a significant increase in understanding after learning with videos and students the positive attitude for using videos in listening to listening skills.
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