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Title: The Effect of Indirect Corrective Feedback on Students' Writing of Descriptive Text (A Quasi-experimental Study at Eight Grade Students in SMP N 249 Jakarta)
Authors: Galuh Ayu Tryo Damayanti
Advisors: Drs. Syauki M.Pd.
Keywords: Keywords: Indirect Corrective Feedback, Writing, Descriptive Text.;Kata Kunci: UmpanBalikTidakLangsung, Menulis, TeksDeskriptif
Issue Date: 11-Oct-2017
Publisher: Jakarta: FITK UIN Jakarta
Abstract: This study was aimed to obtain empirical data regarding whether there is an effect on providing indirect corrective feedback to the students’ writing of descriptive text and to know whether there is a significant difference on students’ writing motivation after receiving indirect corrective feedback. This study was conducted at the eighth grade of SMP N 249 Jakarta. The subjects of this study were involving 72 eighth grade students that divided into 36 students of experiment class (VIII-A) and 36 students of control class (VIII-B).The method used in this study was quantitative method with a quasi-experimental design. The instruments used in this study were tests and questionnaires. Those were calculated and analyzed by using SPSS 20 and Likert Scale. The tests consisted of pre-test and post-test. Likewise, the questionnaires also consisted of pre-questionnaire and post-questionnaire. There are two resultsof thisstudy; firstly, there was a difference of mean score between the experiment and the control classes. The increasing point of the experimental class was 22.17, from 52.89 to 75.06. Meanwhile, the control class increased 18.37, from 51.19 to 69.56. This value has indicated that there was an effect of indirect corrective feedback on students’ writing of descriptive text. In accordance with the t-test valuescored from the SPSS 20 calculation, it shows that p was lower than α. That is, p (Sig. (2-tailed)) < α; 0.041< 0.05. This means Ha was acceptedand H0 was rejected. In other utterances,indirect corrective feedback technique was effective on students’ writing of descriptive text. Secondly, it was found that the students’ writing motivation also increased after the treatment implementation. This can be checked through the comparison of the mean percentage score between the pre-questionnaire and the post-questionnaire. Based on the calculation of Likert Scale, the gained score was 209; the post-questionnaire was higher than the pre-questionnaire. Briefly, the indirect corrective feedback technique was positively effective in increasing the students’ motivation in writing of descriptive text.
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