IMPROVING STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY THROUGH ROLE PLAY

Saifudin Saifudin, Eni Rosnija, Yanti Sri Rezeki

Abstract


Through the use of role playing, this study seeks to enhance the vocabulary proficiency of eighth grade students in both noun and verb categories. The setting for this study was MTs Al-Jihad Pontianak. Two cycles of the classroom action research approach were employed by the researcher. In this study, the researcher used role playing as a technique to address the issue of students not being able to master vocabulary, particularly noun and verb. In this study, 30 eighth graders from the academic year 2021–2022 took part. Results showed that the average noun correct answer in the first cycle was 5.87, and the average verb correct response was 6.07, with a mean student score of 59.33. In the second example, the average noun and verb scores for the right response were 7.68 and 7.73, respectively, and the students' mean score was 77.66. Based on the aforementioned findings, it can be said that the role-playing technique of teaching English vocabulary was successfully implemented. To put it another way, the role-playing technique aids the teacher in boosting the students' vocabulary.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26418/jppk.v12i2.62213

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