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The purpose of this study was to find out whether use of the Gallery Walk technique could improve students speaking skills. The participants were 40 second-year students (grade 8) at Public Junior High School #1 (Sekolah Menengah Pertama Negeri – SMPN), Parongpong, Bandung Barat, Java, Indonesia. One experimental group was used in the study. Pre- and post-tests were done in association with applying the Gallery Walk technique. Based on the interpretation of p value (Sig.) ≤ α (0.05) then HA was accepted and H0 is rejected. After calculations, it was found that students’ interactive speaking achievement was improved significantly after using the Gallery Walk technique.
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