The Effectiveness of Role Play Techniques in Teaching Speaking for efl college Students



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Group
No.
X

SD
DF
Computed
t-value
Tabulated
t–value
Level of significance
Exp.
20 15.27 7.31 102 3.50 1.99 0.05 Cont.
20 6.36 5.54 Table two shows the results of two ANOVA coefficients calculated separately between the pretest and the post-test of the experimental and the control group of the study. This means that the pretest and the post-test scores in the control group are close to each other when compared to those in the experimental group, which represents that treating the experimental group with role-play techniques has resulted in expanding the range of their speaking scores in the post-test. TABLE
(2) THE
C
OVARIANCE MATRIX BETWEEN THE PRETEST AND THE
P
OST
-
TEST
SCORES OF THEE XPERIMENTAL AND THE CONTROL
G
ROUP

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