The Effect of ABC Newsradio Australia on Students’ Listening on Third Semester Students of English Department Islamic University of Malang

  • Mohammad Kurdi Wijaya STKIP PGRI Bangkalan
  • Tera Athena STKIP PGRI Bangkalan
Keywords: E-radio, listening achievement

Abstract

                Listening is one receptive skill which represents students’ ability in understanding a
                language. Nowadays, media have certain rule to influence this listening skill; e-
                radio (ABC Newsradio Australia)
becomes one effective medium to increase
                students’ listening skill. This article aims to investigate the effect of e-radio on  
                listening achievement of third semester students of English department at 
                Islamic University of Malang. Pre-experimental research is used as the research  
                design with the pre-test and post-test as the main instrument. The result of T-test 
                showed that there is significant effect of the using e-radio on students’ listening  
                achievement.

 

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Published
2021-02-24
Section
Articles