The impact of video integrated with Bloom’s taxonomy on the improvement of English-speaking performance

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(1) * Ranta Butarbutar   
University of Musamus Merauke, Papua

(2)  Seli Marlina Radja Leba   
University of Musamus Merauke, Papua

(3)  Angla F Sauhenda   
University of Musamus Merauke, Papua

(*) Corresponding Author


Speaking has an essential role in students’ performance in the English language subject. This study aims to investigate 30 English language students who are given video in the experimental class. The results show that there is an improvement of participants’ English-speaking performance which is indicated by the increase of scores between pre-test and post-test through four speaking components, such as fluency, precision, lexical, and syntactical. The most significant increase is found in the precision aspect with a pre-test value of 1.00 and a post-test value of 3.07. The results also reveal that both written and verbal communication can be improved by using the method of video integrated with Bloom’s taxonomy. However, the limited participants of the study and the length of drilling speaking are confirmed as the limitation of the study. Besides, it implies video integrated taxonomy Bloom for reducing anxiety in learning speaking and classroom activities research (CAR) investigation are recommendations for future study.


  • Video integrated with Bloom’s taxonomy implies the development of linguistics and intercultural communication competence simultaneously.

  • Video facilitates learners to improve meaning and lexical complexity

  • The more learners practice speaking with video integrated with Bloom’s Taxonomy, the better their critical thinking.


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Butarbutar, R., Leba, S. M. R., & Sauhenda, A. F. (2022). The impact of video integrated with Bloom’s taxonomy on the improvement of English-speaking performance. JEES (Journal of English Educators Society), 7(2), 126-134.
Author Biographies

Ranta Butarbutar, University of Musamus Merauke, Papua

Ranta Butarbutar is a Doctoral student at the Department of English Education University of
Makassar, South Sulawesi. She is a senior lecturer at the Department of English Education,
Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, University of Musamus Merauke, Province of South
Papua, Indonesia.

Seli Marlina Radja Leba, University of Musamus Merauke, Papua

Seli Marlina Radja Leba is an associate Professor in the Department of English Education,
Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, University of Musamus Merauke, Province of South
Papua, Indonesia. She graduated with a doctorate in English Education from the State University
of Malang, East Java, Indonesia.

Angla F Sauhenda, University of Musamus Merauke, Papua

Angla Floresia Sauhenda is a senior lecturer at the Department of Indonesian Language and
Literature, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, University of Musamus Merauke,
Province of South Papua, Indonesia.


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