• Adi Novrian Jamil
  • Deddy Suezdy Universitas Islam As-Syafiiyah
Keywords: note taking, learning strategy, listening comprehension, ability


This article points out the results of the research investigating the effect of note taking
strategy on the third semester students’ listening comprehension of English Education Study
Program, Faculty of Teaching and Educational Sciences, Universitas Islam As-Syafi’iyah
Jakarta. The research samples were taken using purposive sampling, with the total number
of samples is 30 students.The research methodology was pre-experiment method, with one
grouppretest posttest design. Data collection procedure was completed by the students by
obtaining scoresin the listening section of PET test,30 items.The findings indicated that there
was significant difference of score between the students who received note taking strategy
and students who did not receive note taking strategy. It can be seen from the data analysis
using ANOVA that showed significance value of 0.000 was smaller than (<) Alpha 0.05 and
Fobserved (15.873) is higher than the critical value of Ftable(2.35). It means that note taking
strategy has significant effect on students’ listening comprehension ability.The Implication
of result research can benefit both lecturer and students in listening comprehension strategy.

Author Biographies

Adi Novrian Jamil

Adi Novrian Jamil is a tutor in BBC English. He graduated from Universitas Islam As-Syafi'iyah majoring English Education Department. He is actively participated in research and conference relates to English Education. 

Deddy Suezdy, Universitas Islam As-Syafiiyah

Deddy Suezdy is a lecturer in English Education study program Faculty of Teaching and Educational Sciences Universitas Islam As-Syafi'iyah.


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