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USING THE FISHBOWL METHOD TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY


USING THE FISHBOWL METHOD TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY
CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
A.  Background
There  are  four  skills  that  must  be  mastered  in  teaching  learning  English, there  are  listening,  writing,  reading,  and  speaking. Speaking is one of the ability is very important and very necessary in the master in English. People can interact between each other by speaking, so that other people can understand what the people talking about. Speakingis support by some components such as vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, fluency, and comprehension. Qureshi (2006: 3) defines that speaking are important for career success, but certainly not limited to one’s professional aspirations. Speaking can also enhance one’s personal life.
Speaking is the way to express our thoughts, feelings, and opinions to someone. Based on Alonso (2013: 147) in the field of teaching second languages, speaking is a demanding skill, with phenomena such as vowel reduction and elision making the production of good spoken language is difficult. The elements such as slang and idioms render speaking a difficult skill to acquire, not to mention stress, rhythm and intonation. In further difficulty the teacher may explain a rule in the second language so the learners will often not actually put it into practice to any great extent. Speaking has been extensively studied in recent years and there is a relate literature of this research.
The researcher takes review of related literature from the other research as comparison. The researcher conducted by DewantiMulkiRahma (2014), and the title is The Fishbowl Method To Improve The Students’ Speaking Skill (An Experimental Study In Ninth Grade Students Of SMP Negeri 2 Ambarawa In The Academic Year Of 2014/2015), the students of State Islamic Studies Institute (Stain) Salatiga”. This research applied the fishbowl to the students in?????????

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