The Students’ Listening Problems For Senior High School in Pematangsiantar

Authors

  • Rodesa Nauli Harianja HKBP Nommensen University Pematangsiantar
  • Nini Runggu Lumbantoruan HKBP Nommensen University Pematangsiantar
  • Anita Sinaga HKBP Nommensen University Pematangsiantar
  • Mertiviana Purba HKBP Nommensen University Pematangsiantar
  • Selviana Napitupulu HKBP Nommensen University Pematangsiantar

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51276/edu.v3i2.244

Keywords:

Students’ Listening Problem, English Listening Right Way Technique

Abstract

Abstract: This article describes the English listening problems faced by students in senior high school in Pematangsiantar. Specifically, it reveals (1) students' English listening skills, (2) problems they face in listening to English, and (3) how the teacher solves the problem. This article uses a qualitative descriptive method and is carried out in high school in Pematangsiantar, North Sumatra. the subject of this article through the purposive sampling technique. The data was obtained through a series of English listening tests using recordings with native and non-native speakers, observation, and interviews. The findings show (1) the problems they face in listening to English deal with speaking speed, limited vocabulary, level of concentration, and established language habits, and (3) To overcome this problem, the teacher applies the practice of the right way technique. by giving students several ways to practice listening to English. Thus, it can be concluded that the teacher's efforts are relevant to listening problems faced by students.

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2022-05-06

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Rodesa Nauli Harianja, Nini Runggu Lumbantoruan, Sinaga, A. ., Purba, M., & Napitupulu, S. (2022). The Students’ Listening Problems For Senior High School in Pematangsiantar. Edunesia: Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan, 3(2), 168–176. https://doi.org/10.51276/edu.v3i2.244

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