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In this recent time the motivation of students has become one of the key questions inside the teaching-gaining knowledge process. As for many teachers, particularly who rely more on the learner-centered approach, students participation in the in-classroom activities is a troubling issue.
The motive or purpose of this thesis is to explore how skills of speaking can be improved through the use of drama methods. Drama practices in reality is believed to promote the interest of students and their speaking skill. In schools, drama as a co-curricular activity is encouraged as it is considered a valuable tool in promoting the development of communicative skills. It is believed that participation in the drama enables one to communicate effectively.
A learner-centred teaching syllabus based on drama activities is used to achieve the aim of this study. The result reveals that drama is a potential tool to effectively develop student communication skills.
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