THE EFFECT OF USING JAZZ CHANTS ON THE SEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY AT SMP NEGERI 6 JEMBER IN THE 2013/2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
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The research design was pre-experimental with intact-group comparison design. SMP 6 Jember was determined purposively under several reasons that are (1) the English teacher never used jazz chants in teaching English especially teaching Speaking; (2) There was no research on such topic; and (3) the principal granted the researcher permission to conduct a research on the topic. Participant of the research was seventh grade students. The research began by conducting homogeneity test using students English test obtained from the teachers, deciding the experimental group and the control group, giving the treatment to the experimental group, giving the same posttest to both groups, and the last analyzing the results of the posttest by using independent sample t-test in SPSS. Based on the result of the homogeneity test, the population of the participant was heterogeneous, so the researcher picked two classes with closest mean as the participant of this research. Class VII-D and class VII-E were chosen as the control group and the experimental group. The result of this research showed that there was a significant effect of using jazz chants on the seventh grade students’ speaking ability. It was proven by the value of significant column of t-test table by using SPSS Software was 0,006 which lower than 0.05. Moreover, the degree of relative effectiveness of using jazz chants on the students speaking ability was 3,77%. Based on the explanations above, it was concluded that there was a significant effect of using jazz chants on the seventh grade students’ speaking ability at SMP Negeri 6 Jember in the 2013/2014 academic year.