The Effect of Using Story Mapping Technique on the Eighth Grade Students' Reading Comprehension Achievement at SMPN 8 Jember.
Linda Hadrinawati Gorontalo, Gorontalo
Zakiyah Tasnim, Tasnim
Sugeng Ariyanto, Ariyanto
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The objectives of this research was to know whether or not there is a significant effect of using Story Mapping Technique on reading comprehension achievement of the eighth grade students at SMPN 8 Jember. The design of this research was quasi-experimental research using Randomized-Groups Post-test Only Control Group Design. The research area was chosen by using purposive method. The data collection methods of this research were test, documentation, and interview. Two classes as the experimental group and the control group were chosen by using cluster random sampling method. The experimental group was taught by using Story Mapping Technique, while the control group was taught by using Three Phases Technique. At the end, a post test was administered to both classes to collect the data and the collected data were analyzed by using t-test. The result of the analysis showed that the value of t-test was higher than that of t-table (3.01 > 1.99). Therefore the alternate hypothesis (H1): There was a significant effect of using Story Mapping Technique on reading comprehension achievement of the eighth grade students at SMPN 8 Jember, was accepted. It can be stated that the use of Story Mapping significantly affected grade eight students’ reading comprehension achievement of narrative text at SMPN 8 Jember.
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