Speaking is a crucial part of second language teaching and learning. Because teaching speaking is complicated process, many problems appear in conducting speaking ability, such as nothing to say, low motivation and participation, mother tongue language use and lack vocabulary. To solve the problem above, it need such kind of media like flash card, tape recorder and video recording to make the speaking activity run well. From all media, video recording seems a good thing to students because it offers an opportunity for extended speaking ability by watching speaking video. This research purposed to describe (1) How is the eleventh grade students’ speaking at SMK PGRI 2 Kediri before being taught by using video recording? (2) How is the eleventh grade students’ speaking at SMK PGRI 2 Kediri after being taught by using video recording? (3) Is there any significant effect of using video recording to the eleventh grade students’ speaking at SMK PGRI 2 Kediri? The research use quantitative method especially uses pre-test and post-test design. In this design there is pre-test before giving a treatment, so that the result of treatment can be known more accurately, because it can be compared with the condition before being given a treatment. After the writer gave treatment to the students, to known whether video recording has effect or not in teaching speaking. The data was collected by three steps; pre-test, treatment and post-test. There is significant effect of video recording to the eleventh grade students’ speaking at SMK PGRI 2 Kediri. The aspects of speaking which increased are grammar, pronunciation, fluency especially vocabulary. Based on the result of the research, it is suggested for the other researchers, the writer hopes that they are able to improve their research and make a better research by exploring video recording for speaking.
Key words: Video Recording, Speaking
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