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SPEAKING POETRY: APPROACH TO SPEAKING AND WRITING FLUENCY IN STUDENT PERFORMANCE

Volume: 124  ,  Issue: 1 , May    Published Date: 08 May 2023
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 322  ,  Download: 208 , Pages: 1254 - 1263    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001241520234945

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# Author Name
1 JUVIELINE H. GALIVO

Abstract

This study focuses on Spoken Poetry: Approaches to Fluency in Speaking and Writing in Student Performance in the 2022-2023 School Year. Grade 8 students at Don Manuel Memorial National High School were selected as respondents. The study requires three hundred (300) students. Respondents were selected using a purposive representative sampling method. The design used in this research is the descriptive method. The following questions will be answered by the researcher: What is the level of closeness to speaking fluency based on match, tone, and pronunciation? What are the level of closeness to writing fluency based on spelling, correct use of words, and correct use of punctuation? What is the degree of closeness in speaking and writing fluency to academic performance based on the test? And whether Spoken Poetry: Approaches to Fluency in Speaking and Writing has a significant relationship with Academic Performance among Students. The results showed that the level of closeness to fluency in speech based on match, tone, and pronunciation has a comment that strongly agrees and a literal explanation that is very high. It only shows that spoken word poetry has helped students speaking fluency. Also as a result of the level of closeness to fluency in writing based on spelling correct use of words and correct use of punctuation, there is a comment that fully agrees and a literal explanation that is very high. The result is the level of closeness in speaking and writing fluency in academic performance based on the test. Has the descriptive equivalent of Better and has the literal explanation of Very Satisfying. The result shows that the student got a high score on the exam after the study was done. This shows that the null hypothesis that “Spoken Poetry: Approaches to Speaking and Writing Fluency has no significant relationship with students performance” is accepted. So the hypothesis in the first chapter is correct and should be accepted. Through the presented results, this conclusion is formed: There is no significant relationship between Spoken Poetry: Approaches to Speaking and Writing Fluency and Student Performance is accepted. So the hypothesis in the first chapter is correct and should be accepted. This approach can be a basis for fluency in speaking and writing but it does not have a sufficient relationship with the performance level of the students.

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