FOSTERING RELIGIOUS MODERATION THROUGH LEARNING ENGLISH AT PESANTREN’S MA’HAD ALY

Abu Ali Al-Khusain

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This research was aimed at two progressive aspects namely improving the speaking and giving awareness towards moderation. The subjects were 21 students of  the first semester students of Ma’had Aly Pondok Pesantren Krapyak Yogyakarta. The data were collected using questionaire, observation, and tests and were analyzed descriptively and quantitatively. The topic of moderation in the students’ real life and knowledge effectively improved the speaking learning process. It also triggers the students in expressing their idea about moderation. The findings shown that it improved learning process of speaking They became actively participated in group discussion to present their opinion and propose solution. The students were confident to speak English. The improvement of  students’ speaking skill was proven by the increase of the test results. The students’ average score in the pre-test was 65, while in cycle one was 71 and 82 in cycle two.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31316/eltics.v7i1.2200

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