Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2018)

Improving Students’ Achievement In Writing Narrative Text Through Application of Think Talk Write Strategy

Authors
Siti Fitri Hasibuan, I Wayan Dirgeyasa, Sri Minda Murni
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Siti Fitri Hasibuan
Available Online December 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aisteel-18.2018.116How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Achievement, Think Talk Write Strategy, Writing Narrative Text
Abstract
This study was aimed to find out the improvement of students achievement in writing narrative text by using think talk write Strategy at AL-HUSNA boarding school. The subject of this study was students of eight grade Madrasah tingkat tsanawiyah Swasta Al-Husna Marindal. It was consisted of 32 Students. The objective of the study was to improve the students achievement in writing Narrative text by using think talk write Strategy. The research of this study was conducted by using think talk write Strategy in Classroom Action Research. The technique of analyzing the data of this research is applied qualitative and quantitative data. The qualitative data were taken from diary notes, interview sheet, observation sheet and documentation. Based on the writing tests, the students score kept improvement in every test, it could be seen from the improvement of students mean score from pre-test, post test of cycle I and post test of cycle II. The improvement can also e proved by the result of observation sheet and diary notes, it showed that the expression of the students.The quantitative data were taken from writing test. In the pre-test the students gotten up 65 there were only 2 of 32 students (6,25%). In the post-test of cycle 1, students who got up 65 there were 8 of 32 students (25%). It means that there was improvement about 18,75%. In the post-test of cycle II, students who got up 65 there were 29 of 32 students (90,62%). The improvement was about 65,62%. The total improvement of the students score pre-test to post test of cycle II was 84,37%. In another words, the students got the better score to the next meeting. Based on the finding, the alternative hypothesis was accepted It means, that strategy think talk write could improve students achievement in writing Narrative text.
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