THE EFFECT OF TEACHING STRATEGIES AND LEARNING STYLE ON STUDENTS WRITING ACHIEVEMENT

Susiasih, (2018) THE EFFECT OF TEACHING STRATEGIES AND LEARNING STYLE ON STUDENTS WRITING ACHIEVEMENT. Masters thesis, UNIMED.

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Abstract

Writing plays a central role in human life in conveying messages. Unfortunately, most of students just write without knowing how to write well. Teaching strategies (POWER and 3-2-1) and learning styles (read/write and kinesthetic) affect the strategy and way that the students prefer to learn writing. This research examined teaching strategies and learning style as one possible factor affecting the students’ writing. The objectives of this research are to see if (1) the students’ writing achievement taught by using POWER strategy is significantly higher than that taught by using 3-2-1 strategy, (2) the students with read/write style get higher writing achievement than those with kinesthetic learning style, and (3) there is significant interaction between teaching POWER and 3-2-1 strategies and learning styles on the students’ achievement in writing. The subjects for this research were the eleventh grade students of SMKN 1 Kutalimbaru Pasar IX Kutalimbaru, North Sumatra. The instrument of this research was writing paragraph test and questionnaire sheet. The data were analyzed by using ANOVA. Based on the analysis, there were found that (1) the students’ writing taught by POWER is higher than those who taught by 3-2-1 strategy. It is proven by the value of Fobserved= 4.44, Ftable = 4.00 for df (1.60) and α = 0.05 significance level, found that Fobserved= 4.44> Ftable = 4.00. Thus Fobserved > Ftable, (2) the Read/Write students’ writing is higher than the Kinesthetic students’ writing in which Fobserved= 4.82 , Ftable =4.00 for df (1.60) and α = 0.05 significance level, found that Fobserved= 4.82 > Ftable = 4.00, (3) Teaching strategies and learning style interactively affect the students’ writing. Generally, POWER is more effective than 3-2-1 but significantly the combination of POWER and read/write style is more effective than the others, so there is interaction between teaching strategies and learning styles.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Contributors:
ContributionNameNIP
Thesis advisorHusein, Rahmad196206291988031002
Thesis advisorDirgeyasa, I Wayan196404221992031001
Call Number: 421 Sus e
Keywords: Menulis Paragraf, Strategi Mengajar (POWER dan 3-2-1), Gaya Belajar (Read/Write dan Kinesthetic).
Subjects: P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P101 Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar
P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P118 Language acquisition
P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P201 Comparative grammar
P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P302 Discourse analysis
Divisions: Program Pasca Sarjana > Linguistik Terapan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Mr Maknun
Date Deposited: 15 Nov 2018 03:35
URI: http://digilib.unimed.ac.id/id/eprint/31257

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