THE EFFECT OF USING SSTaRS (Stress, Show, Tell, and Relate, Say) STRATEGY ON STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY (A STUDY AT THE EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS of MADRASAH TSANAWIYAH DARUSSALAM IN 2015/2016 A.Y)

Susiana, Leny and Bambang, Suwarno and Alamsyah, Harahap (2016) THE EFFECT OF USING SSTaRS (Stress, Show, Tell, and Relate, Say) STRATEGY ON STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY (A STUDY AT THE EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS of MADRASAH TSANAWIYAH DARUSSALAM IN 2015/2016 A.Y). Masters thesis, Universitas Bengkulu.

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Abstract

The study aimed to find out the effectiveness of SSTaRS Strategy in improving students’ vocabulary mastery and the extent of the improvement in the experimental class. The population of this study included the eighth grade students of MTs Darussalam Bengkulu and consisted of three classes. Cluster sampling was used to select the sample of this research. Two classes were taken as the sample of this research and they were divided into the experimental class and the control class. Quasi experiment was applied in this research, where SSTaRS strategy was implemented in the experimental class and the conventional strategy was implemented in the control class. The result showed that before the experiment was conducted, there was no significant difference on the students’ vocabulary mastery between the experimental and control class. However the post test result showed that there was significant difference between the two classes. This was shown by the fact that t-count (6.07) was bigger than t-table (2.02). As for the extent of improvement on the students’ vocabulary mastery in the experimental class, the mean score of the pre-test was 56.3, while the mean for the post test was 79.9 (an increase of 23.6). In conclusion, SSTaRS strategy gave positive effect on the students’ vocabulary mastery. Key words: SSTaRS strategy, Students’ vocabulary mastery

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Education > Department of English Education
Depositing User: 021 Nanik Rahmawati
Date Deposited: 30 Oct 2018 07:51
Last Modified: 30 Oct 2018 07:51
URI: http://repository.unib.ac.id/id/eprint/17399

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