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This research aims at describing the techonoloy of teaching Audio Lingual Kumon EFL Method in teaching English at the VII Grade of SMP Negeri 5 Kisaran. The objectives of this research are to describe: (1) the technologyis accurate pronunciation and grammar, the ability to respond quickly and accurately in speech situations and knowledge of sufficient vocabulary to use with grammar patterns. The technology of Audio Lingual Kumon EFL Method in teaching English especially for the first students of SMP Negeri 5 Kisaran , (2) the problems about the teacher and get the solution in teaching English using Audio Lingual Kumon EFL Method in teaching English. The type of this research is descriptive qualitative research. The subject of this research is English teacher and the students for class VII of SMP Negeri 5 Kisaran. The object of this research is teaching-learning process of English by using Audio Lingual Kumon EFL Method. The writer uses descriptive method as method of collecting data in this study by employing observation, interview, and document. The writer gets the data of this research from field note, observation, and interview. The result of the analysis shows that the goals of teaching English by using Audio Lingual Kumon EFL Method are the students more active in the word and sentences repetition drilling. This technique was appropriate to the yunior high school because it made the students easier to memorizing new words.
Keywords: Technology Audio Lingual Kumon EFL Method, teaching English, yunior high school
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