The effect of planted questions technique and students’ motivation toward their speaking ability

Setio Wardoyo

Abstract


Planted Questions is an effective technique to enable teacher to present information in response to questions which are planted with selected students to attract their curiosity and to encourage their motivation in speaking, especially questionning. This article describes the study result of the effect of Planted Questions technique and students’ motivation toward their speaking ability. This is a quasi-experimental research with three variables; independent variable (Planted Questions Technique), dependent variable (students’ speaking ability) and moderate variable (students’ motivation). The population of the research was the tenth grade students of MAN 3 Pasaman Barat. The instruments of this research were speaking ability test and speaking motivation questionnaire. Then, the data were analyzed using t-test and two ways ANOVA. The result of the study shows that: (1) students who were taught by using Planted Questions technique got better speaking ability than those taught by using Memorization technique; (2) students with high speaking motivation who were taught by using Planted Questions technique got significant improvement score in speaking ability than those taught using Memorization technique; (3) students with low speaking motivation who were taught by using Planted Questions technique got significant improvement score in speaking ability than those taught using Memorization technique; (4) there was an interaction between both techniques and students' speaking motivation toward their speaking ability.

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