DEVELOPING AUDIOBOOK TO TEACH LISTENING COMPREHENSION FOR ELEVENTH GRADERS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

Putri Herlyanti, Luwandi Suhartono, Sumarni Sumarni

Abstract


The goal of this study was to develop an audiobook as course material
for teaching and developing listening comprehension. This was
development research, and the materials were designed using the
ADDIE procedure. Despite this, just three phases of the research were
implemented: analyzing, designing, and developing. The finished
product for teaching and learning listening comprehension was Let’s
Listen: Audiobook. The conduct the analysis phase, the researcher
interviewed an English instructor from SMA Negeri 9 Pontianak.
Audacity was used to build the Let’s Listen Audiobook, while Canva
was used as the assisting software. During the development process,
the researcher utilized an internal evaluation to guarantee that the
product is useable. Let’s Listen: Audiobook passed the internal review
process with excellent grades, meeting all of the objectives, content,
and media options. It was determined that by simplifying the parts
from Let’s Listen: Audiobook, the product may be applied to teach and
learn listening comprehension.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26418/jppk.v12i7.67513

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