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Title: The Effect of Reflective Journal Writing on Students' Writing Ability of Narrative Text
Authors: Firdaus Habibi
Advisors: Ismalianing Eviyuliwati
Keywords: Reflective Journal Writing, Writing Ability, Narrative Text
Issue Date: 25-Jul-2017
Publisher: UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta: Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan, 2017
Abstract: This research is aimed to obtain the empirical evidence about the effect of reflective journal writing on students‟ writing ability of narrative text at the tenth grade students of SMA Triguna Utama Tangerang Selatan.The writer used quasi-experimental research which classified into a quantitative research. The population of the research was 273 students from six classes. The sample was chosen by using purposive sampling technique which selected into the experimental class and the controlled class. It consisted of 30 students in each class. Moreover, the writer used the pre-test and the posttest as the instruments of the research. In the experimental class, the writer taught the reflective journal writing by using a media named Line Application in teaching writing of narrative text while in the controlled class, the writer taught the students by implementing the conventional teaching technique such as asking the students to do the written exercises and answering 10 reading comprehension questions based on the narrative text given. In addition, the writer collected the data of this research by following some steps such as providing the pre-test, providing the treatments during conducted the research, and at the end of the research, the writer gave the post test. The data of the research were calculated by using Microsoft Excel 2017 and then would be analysed automatically by using SPSS version 20 with the significance level of 0.05. Furthermore, the result showed that the tvalue of posttest (2.071) and gained scores (7.882) were higher than the ttable (1.667) in the significance level of 0.05. Based on the result, if tvalue was higher that ttable meant that H0 (null hypotheses) was rejected and Ha was accepted. Therefore, it could be concluded that reflective journal writing is effective in improving students„ writing ability of narrative text.
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