DEWI NURHAMIDA, NIM. 11308134 (2012) IMPROVING STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY THROUGH WORD WALL (Classroom Action Research on the First Grade Students of SMP N 2 Tuntang in Academic Year 2012/2013). Skripsi.
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This research is a study about improving vocabulary mastery through word wall. The aim of this research is to find whether word wall can improve the student’s interest to English teaching and to find out word wall can improve the vocabulary mastery. Vocabulary is one of the language aspects that very important for studying English. But, most of the students in junior high school as the beginners in learning and mastering lesson get much difficulty to learn English especially in vocabulary. Therefore, the researcher would like to try word wall methods to solve some problems that experienced by most students. The subjects of the research are the first grade students of SMP N 2 Tuntang in academic year 2012/2013. Main question will be answered in this research are (1) How is the process of teaching vocabulary by using word wall?, (2) How is the students’ mastery on vocabulary before using word wall?, and (3) How is the students’ mastery on vocabulary after using word wall? To answer the question, the researcher used a classroom action research as a method in this research. The researcher also uses pre-test and post-test in the teaching learning process. She uses two cycles. Each cycle comprised of three meeting. The finding shows that the t-test calculation from the result of pre-test and post-test in cycle I is 8,4 and in cycle II is 13,77. Both of them is greater the t-table with n=34 is 2,04. It means that use of word wall method can improve the students’ vocabulary mastery.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Vocabulary Mastery, Word wall, Classroom Action Research|
|Subjects:||Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris|
|Divisions:||FakultasTarbiyah > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris (PBI)|
|Depositing User:||Admin Perpus|
|Date Deposited:||01 Mar 2014 04:05|
|Last Modified:||01 Mar 2014 04:05|
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