EXPLORING ENGLISH DEBATE EXTRACURRICULAR TO ENHANCE SPEAKING SKILLS AND CRITICAL THINKING IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Keywords:Extracurricular, English Debate Application, Critical Thinking, Speaking Skills
English language could be immensely beneficial as a device for verbal exchange to get a few facts, knowledge, and relation from some humans worldwide. For this reason, English considers individuals to prepare themselves to study English earlier. This study seeks to find out whether extracurricular debate can be used as a way or a medium to increase student potential and improve students' critical thinking and speaking skills. There are three ways of collecting the data for research. First, the researchers used the observational sheet to collect the data. Second, interviewing students about their experience with debate English extracurriculars and their opinion about whether it is effective will increase their critical thinking and speaking skills. Third, quantitative turned into selected because of the layout to try this research; as stated by (Gay et al., 2009) in their "educational studies," quantitative is the gathering and analysis of numerical data to describe, provide an explanation for, expect, or manage interest phenomena.
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