The use of reciprocal teaching technique to improve students’ reading comprehension in teaching analytical exposition (a classroom action research at XI MIA 3 of SMA N 1 Lasem in the academic year of 2014/ 2015)

Windawati, Mella Prasetya (2015) The use of reciprocal teaching technique to improve students’ reading comprehension in teaching analytical exposition (a classroom action research at XI MIA 3 of SMA N 1 Lasem in the academic year of 2014/ 2015). Undergraduate (S1) thesis, UIN Walisongo.

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This thesis discusses the use of reciprocal teaching technique to improve students’ reading comprehension in teaching analytical exposition text. The background of the research was based on the phenomenon of students’ difficulties in reading comprehension. This thesis is intended to answer the following research questions: (1) Can the implementation of Reciprocal Teaching Technique improve reading comprehension of the students at XI MIA 3 of SMA N 1 Lasem in the academic year of 2014/ 2015? (2) How is the improvement of students’ achievement in analytical exposition text after being taught by using reciprocal teaching technique at XI MIA 3 of SMA N 1 Lasem in the academic year of 2014/ 2015? Those research question discussed through classroom action research at XI MIA 3 of SMA N 1 Lasem in the academic year of 2014/ 2015. The data was got from classroom and reciprocal teaching observation, test, and documentation. The data was analyzed by using descriptive analysis. The result of the research shows that: (1) The implementation of reciprocal teaching technique to improve students’ reading comprehension in teaching analytical exposition can improve students’ reading comprehension. It was done in three cycles. In the first cycle, the researcher taught the students analytical exposition text by using reciprocal teaching technique in a whole class by grouping them into eight group that consist of four students for each group used fab four window. The same strategy applied in the second cycle by using fab four window for pair group. The third cycle was independent cycle where the researcher asked the students to comprehend the text of analytical exposition individually by using individual chart of reciprocal teaching. (2) The improvement of students’ achievement in teaching analytical exposition text after being taught by using reciprocal teaching technique was significant. After three cycles that conducted by the researcher, there was a significant improvement of students’ achievement that can be seen from the result of the students’ test, general observation and reciprocal teaching observation. In the preliminary research the average of the test was 2,15 , it was increasing become 2,94 in the first cycle, becoming 3,22 in the second cycle and reaching 3,5 in the third cycle. So did the result of the observation showed significant improvement. For general observation showed there was an improvement from 50% in preliminary research, became 56% in cycle one, 64% in cycle two, and reached 84% in cycle three. The result of reciprocal teaching observation showed 50% in cycle one, became 62,5% in cycle two and got 87,5% in cycle three. The result of the research showed that the use of reciprocal teaching technique can improve students’ reading comprehension in teaching analytical exposition text significantly.

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Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate (S1))
Uncontrolled Keywords: Metode pembelajaran; Ketrampilan membaca; Bahasa Inggris
Subjects: 300 Social sciences > 370 Education > 371 School management; special education > 371.3 Metode, kegiatan belajar mengajar; metode pembelajaran
400 Language > 420 English and Old English > 428 Standard English usage
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > Tadris > Tadris Bahasa Inggris
Additional Information: Pembimbing : Sofa Muthohar, M. Ag.; Nadiah Ma’mun, M. Pd.
Depositing User: Nur Rohmah
Date Deposited: 02 May 2016 07:38
Last Modified: 02 May 2016 07:38
URI: http://eprints.walisongo.ac.id/id/eprint/5070

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