THE EFFECT OF USING FLIPPED LEARNING STRATEGY IN IMPROVING STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL IN HYBRID LEARNING

Verina Ainur Izzami Hariyanto, Yuri Lolita

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The purpose of the study was to determine the the effect of the Flipped Classroom method application on students' speaking skill in hybrid learning. The term "flipped classroom" describes a teaching method in which teachers have students complete their assignments during class time while doing the usual lecture at home. The study was conducted at a vocational high school in Surabaya. There were 18 students who were majoring Online Business And Marketing class involved as the participant. Experimental research with the pre-experimental method was used in this research. The research design of the study is a one-group pretest-posttest. The obtained data was analyzed using T-test and presented as quantitative data by the researcher. The findings of this study indicate that the ttest = 8.416 and ttable = 1.740 ( ttest > ttable) while the significance value of 0.000 < 0.05, the H0 is declined whereas the H1 is approved. In conclusion, the Flipped Classroom is effective in enhancing vocational high school students’ speaking skills.


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Hybrid Learning, Speaking, Flipped Classroom Method

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