Improving Ability to Express Thoughts and Feelings through Storytelling Activities of VIIC Students of SMP Negeri 2 Wolo

By | December 23, 2017

Improving Ability to Express Thoughts and Feelings through Storytelling Activities of VIIC Students of SMP Negeri 2 Wolo

ABSTRACT

1Nurcahaya 2Ihsan, Nur 3Ustianti

This research is based on the idea that speaking is a communication medium for all levels of society in order to achieve certain goals. The formulation of the problem in this research is “How to Improve Ability to Express the Mind and Feelings through Storytelling Activities of Class VIIC Students of SMP Negeri 2 Wolo?”. This study aims to describe the Improvement of Ability to Express Thoughts and Feelings through Storytelling Activities of Class VIIC students of SMP Negeri 2 Wolo. The research model used in this research is Classroom Action Research. Objects in the study of students class VIIC SMP Negeri 2 Wolo amounted to 29. Instruments in this study are in the form of observation or observation sheet and Indonesian language learning test. Data analysis was done by qualitative descriptive technique. The results obtained with reference to the criteria of minimal mastery (KKM) is 70%. In pra cycle obtained by classical completeness is 7 students or 24,14% which reaching indicator mastery learn with value ≥ 65, while that does not reach mastery as much 22 students or 75,86%. The result of the cycle I obtained by completeness in classical is 20 student or 68,97% which reaching indicator mastery learn with value ≥ 65, while that does not reach mastery as much 9 students or 31,03%. The result of cycle II obtained by completeness in classical is 26 students or 89,66% which reaching indicator mastery learn with value ≥ 65, while that does not reach mastery counted 3 students or 10,34%. Ability to express the thoughts and feelings through the speech of students of class VIIC SMP Negeri 2 Wolo experience improvement from pra cycle/pra action implementation until the implementation of final evaluation action cycle II.