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Title: THE EFFECT OF ROUNDTABLE TECHNIQUE ON STUDENTS’ WRITING OF DESCRIPTIVE TEXT ( A Quasi-experimental Study at the Tenth Grade Students of MA Pembangunan in Academic Year 2018/2019)
Authors: Cici Puspasari
Advisors: Dr. Ratna Sari Dewi, M.Pd. dan Desi Nahartini, M,Ed.
Keywords: Writing of Descriptive Text, Roundtable Technique.
Issue Date: 8-Jun-2018
Publisher: Jakarta: FITK UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
Abstract: The objectives of this study was to obtain the empirical evidence of the effect of roundtable technique on students’ writing of descriptive text at the tenth grade of MA Pembangunan UIN Jakarta. The method used in this study was a quantitative method using quasi-experimental design. Two classes were taken as the sample of the study with 27 students in each class. The classes were designed as an experimental class and a controlled class. The experimental class was taught by implementing roundtable technique while the controlled class was taught without using roundtable technique. The students’ population at the tenth grade of MA Pembangunan are 54 students, and the samples were 54 students (27 students for experimental class and 27 students for controlled class). The sampling technique that used was purposive sampling. Moreover, this research was conducted through the following procedures: giving pre-test, applying treatments and giving post-test. the data analyzed in this research was gained through writing test. the data was analyzed by using statistic of t-test Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) 20. The result that was gained from the research proved the difference between students’ scores in learning writing descriptive text by using roundtable technqiue and without using roundtable technqiue: According to statistical calculations, sig. (2-tailed) and with df 52 in significance level 5% t-table = 1,675 with p-value = 0,007 and α = 0.05, which is, p-value < α. So, it proved that the Null Hypothesis (H0) is rejected and the Alternative Hypothesis (Ha) is accepted. Terefore, it can be conclude that roundtable technique is effective in teaching descriptive text because it showed a significant effect on students’ writing of descriptive text at the tenth grade of MA Pembangunan UIN Jakarta.
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