A Semantic Analysis on The Students’ Ability to Identify Icons and Symbol in The Third Year at Mts Al-Ulum Medan
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- semantic, language, english
This study is talking about Semantic Analaysis on the Students’ Abbility to Identify Icons and Symbols. Semantic is the technical term used to refer to the study of meaniing. Meaning of English language covers a variety of language, and there is no very general agreement either about what meaning is or about the way in which it should be described. And the reaserh took place at MTs Al-Ulum 2017/2018 Medan. The population of this study is in the third year students by taking population is 120 students. According to JallaludinRahmatsugggests using T. Yoramane formula, by taking sample is 54 students. The data of this reasearch were coleceted by interview, and text. It was calculated by using Descriptive Qualitative. The analysis of the sample was conducted by using a test for the third year studentswith English teacher. The data were tabulated by using the percentage formula, after analyzing the data, mean of students’ ability to identify icons and symbols in semantic analysis are 12, 05%. For the average and percentage of the student’s ability to identify icons and symbols in semantic analysis are 60, 25%. Then the answer was analyzed by found out the percentage of students’ ability is more than 64, while the percentage of the whole students’ in identify icons and symbols is 60,25% (60,25). It means that in the third year students’ of MTs Al-Ulum Medan are still poor in identify icons and symbols in semantic analysis.
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TY - CONF AU - Nurhalimah Nurhalimah PY - 2018/12 DA - 2018/12 TI - A Semantic Analysis on The Students’ Ability to Identify Icons and Symbol in The Third Year at Mts Al-Ulum Medan BT - Proceedings of the 5th Asia Pasific Education Conference (AECON 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 130 EP - 136 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aecon-18.2018.26 DO - 10.2991/aecon-18.2018.26 ID - Nurhalimah2018/12 ER -