The Effect of Using Animation Video on the Tenth Grade Students’ Reading Comprehension Achievement
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This research was an experimental research that was conducted to know the effect of using animation video on the tenth grade students’ reading comprehension achievement. This reseach was conducted at SMKN 5 Jember and the participants of this research were two classes of Agribisnis Pengolahan Hasil Pertanian (AHP) of the tenth grade students. They were X AHP 1 and X AHP 2. The result of One Way ANOVA showed that the population was homogeneous. Therefore, the experimental group and the control group were chosen by lottery. As the result, X AHP 1 was selected as the experimental group and X AHP 2 was selected as the control group. In this research, the researcher taught each group twice in two weeks by using different treatment. The experimental group was taught by using animation video, while the control group was taught by printed media. Both the experimental and the control groups did the same reading comprehension post-test. Try-Out test was conducted before conducting the post-test. It was conducted to X AHP 3 which belonged to neither as the experimental group nor the control group to know the validity, the reliability, and the difficulty index of the test items. After analyzing the test items of try out test, the post-test was conducted. The post-test results were analyzed by using t-test in SPSS program to know the significant mean difference of both groups. Based on the calculation of the students’ reading comprehension post-test scores, the significance value was 0.004. This value was less than 0.05. It means that the null hypothesis (H0) saying that there was no significant effect of using animation video on the students’ reading comprehension achievement was rejected and the alternative hypothesis (Ha) saying that there was a significant effect of using animation video on the students’ reading comprehension achievement was accepted. Finally, It can be concluded that there was a significant effect of using animation video on the tenth grade students’ reading comprehension achievement at SMKN 5 Jember in the 2018/2019 academic year.