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|Title:||The Effectiveness of The Inductive Method on Students’ Mastery of Subject-Verb Agreement (A Quasiexperimental Study at the Seventh Grade of SMP N 28 Jakarta Pusat)|
|Authors:||Hanifa Ulfa Safarini|
|Advisors:||Drs. Nasifuddin Jalil, M.Ag.|
Devi Yusnita, M.Pd.
|Abstract:||The objective of this research was to obtain the empirical evidence of the differences between students’ score of subject-verb agreement mastery who were taught inductively and deductively, and also to know how effective inductive method in teaching subject-verb agreement. The method used in this research was quantitative method using quasi-experimental design. The population of this research was students at the seventh grade of SMP N 28 Jakarta Pusat. The subject of this research was VII-A and VII-B, in which VII-A was chosen as the control class that was taught by using deductive method, while VII-B as the experimental class was taught by using inductive method. The data was collected through pre-test and post-test. Based on the calculation, the result of the data analysis by using t-test showed the value of ttest (to) was higher than ttable (tt), to > tt = 2.30 > 1.672, in significant degree of 0.05 (5%). As the statistical hypotheses shows, if ttest (to) > ttable (tt) in significant degree of 0.05 (5%), it means that the Alternative Hypothesis (Ha) is accepted and the Null Hypothesis (Ho) is rejected. In conclusion, inductive method is effective to use in teaching subject-verb agreement.|
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