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This study aims to: (1) explain whether the Dictogloss Technique can improve the listening skills of cadets or not; (2) know to what extent the Dictogloss technique can improve listening skills; (3) know the changes in the class situation that occurred after using the Dictogloss Technique in aviation English II learning. It is hoped that through this research, the lecturers who teach the Aviation English II course will be able to find solutions to overcome problems during the implementation of Aviation English II learning for air transportation management cadets class VII B Surabaya Aviation Polytechnic Academic Year 2021/2022. This research was carried out at the Surabaya Aviation Polytechnic from April to July 2022. The subjects of this study were cadets in semester 2 of class VII B of the Surabaya Aviation Polytechnic Academic Year 2021/2022 consisting of 24 cadets.  The method used in this study is classroom action research. The authors used interviews, photographs, class observations, documents, and field notes to collect data. Researchers analyze data using qualitative methods consisting of data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions/ verification.  In addition, quantitative data were analyzed using descriptive statistics. The results of the study found that the Dictogloss Technique was able to improve the ability to listen to cadets, this can be seen from the increase in the average value from 7 0.50 when the pre-test increased to 8 0.09 in post-test 1 and increased to 87. 27 in the second post-test. In addition, the class situation has become more active.


Dictogloss Technique Aviation English Classroom Action Research

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Dewi Kusumayati, L. ., Putra, I. ., Rochmawati, L. ., Yudi Martha Wiguna, I. W. ., & Febiyanti, H. . (2023). Dictogloss Technique In Aviation English Ii : Basis For Developing Cadet Listening Skills (A Classroom Action Research At Air Transportation Management Batch VII Bravo, Civil Aviation Polytechnic Of Surabaya). International Conference of Advance Transportation, Engineering, and Applied Science, 1(1), 10–16.