THE COMPARISON OF USING JUMBLE WORDS AND WORD ORDER TECHNIQUES TOWARD STUDENTS’ GRAMMAR MASTERY

BUNGSUDI BUNGSUDI, EVA FALIYANTI

Abstract


Grammar is one of basic language components to produce an appropriate sentence
formally. Many students are difficult to understand grammar because of the
technique which is used by the lecturer is not interesting; the students never practice
their understanding in written; and learning technique which is used by the lecturer
is inappropriate with the subject. The objectives of this research are: to find out the
students’ score in using jumble words technique; to find out the students’ score in
using word order technique; to find out the students’ score of grammar mastery; to
find out the students’ result of comparison of using jumble words and word order
techniques toward students’ grammar mastery. The researcher conducts stratified
random sampling design and pre-test and post-test control group design as research
instrument. The result of hypothesis test on test phases both provides the different
result which using significant degree 5%, where tcount is higher than ttable on the
analysis data of post-test with tcount =2,26 and ttable =2,02. It sows that The students
who are taught by jumble word technique have higher score. In conclusion that
jumble words technique is more effective than word order technique in teaching
grammar mastery.


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