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Title: The Effectiveness Of Peer Feedback In Improving Students’ Writing Achievement (An Experimental Study At Sma Negeri 11 Kota Tangerang Selatan)
Authors: Dessy Iryanti
Advisors: Farkhan
Keywords: Writing, Feedback, Peer Feedback.
Issue Date: Dec-2015
Publisher: Jakarta: FITK UIN Jakarta
Abstract: This study is carried out to to find out empirical data about the influence of peer feedback on students’ writing achievement in writing This study was conducted in April 2015 at SMAN 11 Kota Tangerang Selatan. The method used in this study was quantitative method with experimental research. Sixty four students were selected as the participants. They were randomly assigned into two groups, experimental and control group. The experimental group was treated by using peer feedback, while the control class was not. The data were gathered through tests, pre-test and post-test. The pretest held to know the students’ basic ability or score before the treatment is given. Meanwhile, the post-test is held to know the students’ achievement and significant effect after the students were taught by using peer feedback. The data was analyzed by using t-test with 0.05 level of significant. The gained score in experimental class result significant difference between tobservation (to) and ttable(tt). It shows that the value of to is 2,857, and the value of tt from the dƒ (62) on the degree of significance of 5% is 1.67. It means that to value is higher than tt, so the alternative hypothesis is accepted and the null hypothesis is rejected. It can be concluded that teaching writing by using peer feedback is more effective than by using teacher feedback.
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