Improving the Eleventh Grade Students' Writing Achievement by Using Controlled Writing Technique at SMAN 2 Lamongan in 2014/2015 Academic Year
Moch. Basroni Rizal, Rizal
Bambang Suharjito, Suharjito
Asih Santihastuti, Santihastuti
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This research was intended to improve the eleventh grade students’ participation and their writing achievement by using controlled writing technique at SMAN 2 Lamongan in 2014/2015 Academic Year. The research design was Classroom Action Research (CAR) consisting of planning of the action, implementation of the action, observation and evaluation, and reflection. The research subjects were the students of class XI IPA at SMAN 2 Lamongan . The data were collected through observation and writing test and were analyzed quantitatively. Based on the result, it showed that there was an improvement on the percentage of the students who were actively involved in the writing teaching learning process by fulfilling at least three indicators. It increased from 65.7% in Cycle 1 to 75.7% in Cycle 2. Then, the percentage of the students who got score 70 or higher also improved. The improvement could be seen from the result of narrative writing test that showed 54.28% of the students achieved the target of success criteria in Cycle 1 and it increased to 77.7% in Cycle 2. Based on those results, it was concluded that the use of comic strips could improve the eleventh grade students’ narrative text writing achievement.
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