IMPROVING RORO JONGGRANG STORY VISUAL AUDIO MEDIA IMPROVING CLASS V AUDIO SDN LAMBADA KLIENG
Students' first skill is their ability to listen. Listening to Roro Jonggrang's fairy tales is one of the various kinds of listening lessons. Students who study without using teaching materials become detached and unable to understand the material being taught. Researchers want to use audio-visual media in classroom action research to overcome these problems. Media that combines audio and visual elements is known as audio-visual media. This type of media helps students understand and remember stories better. Average learning media can be used to clarify the presentation of messages so that they are not too verbal (in the form of mere written or spoken words), overcome the constraints of space, time, and the senses, and provide the same stimulus, create the same perception and equate experiences. Appropriate learning media can reduce verbalism, make learning interesting and fun, and improve listening skills and students' motivation to learn. Therefore, the purpose of writing the article is to explain the improvement of listening skills for the story of Roro Jonggrang using audio-visual media for class V SDN Lambada Client. The method used is descriptive qualitative. In this study, the researcher relied on the researcher's observations to collect data through direct observation in the field. In the sense that researchers do not participate in these activities, then the observations are passive participatory observations (passive participation). SDN Lambada Client students were used as research subjects. The research data is a learning process based on audio-visual media.
Keywords: Skills, audio visual, roro jonggrang