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Listening is one of the most basic language skills in a second language learning. The various obstacles in language learning can be overcome through the use of learning models and cognitive styles that are appropriate with the characteristics of the students. The objective of this research is to find the effect of learning models and cognitive style toward the students’ English Listening Skill. This research is an experimental study with a treatment by level design and analyzed using two-way ANOVA at a significance level of 0.05. The sample of the study consisted of 56 students that divided into two groups, namely the experimental group and the control group. The data obtained through the listening tests and cognitive style tests. The results showed that the students who were taught with integrative learning models is better than those taught with experimental learning models. There is an influence of interaction between learning models and cognitive styles on listening skills. The listening skills of the student students who have the cognitive style of field independent that is taught with integrative learning models are higher than those taught with experimental learning models.
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