Speaking is a basic skill that should be owned by the students because this skill is important for daily interaction.The students’ ability of speaking depends very much on the teacher in the classroom. Therefore, the roles of the teacher are very important. In the end, the result of the students is good. There are several problems in this research. (1) What are roles of the English teacher to teach speaking in tenth grade of Senior High School 1 Papar (2) How does the teacher apply the roles in teaching speaking the tenth grade in Senior High School 1 Papar. The research design is qualitative research in which the researcher is the key instrument. It describes the teacher’s roles to teach speaking to the 1st grade students at SMAN 1 Papar Kediri in the academic year 20017/ 2018. The subject of this research is one of the English teachers at 1st grade. The techniques of collecting data in this research were observation, observation checklist, field note, interview, and documentation. The result of this research shows that the roles applied by the teacher in teaching speaking were controller included giving direction and rule about the material. As organizer, the teacher makes teaching learning process runs smoothly. As tutor, the teacher gives explanation and correction which in personal and classical. As prompter, the teacher takes a note about the point that should be correction. In feedback provider, the teacher, gives correct explanation and motivation to the students. Form the result, the researcher concluded that the roles of the teacher are effective to improve students speaking ability. The teacher should apply the roles based on students need.
Keywords: speaking, teacher’s roles.
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