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The Use of Consonant Vowel Consonant (CVC) Word Game Strategy to Increase the Students’ Vocabulary at the Second Grade at SMP Ujung Pandang Makassar

Date: October 21,2020 |Hits: 280 Download PDF How to cite this paper
Author: Arma Amir Hamzah, M. Dahlan Bahang, Antonius Ali Wutun, Lina Arruan

Abstract

The objective of the research is to find out whether or not the use of consonant vowel consonant (CVC) word game strategy to increase the students’ vocabulary at the second grade of SMP Ujung Pandang Makassar. The research applied pre-experimental method. The population of this research was the second grade students of SMP Ujung Pandang Makassar in 2018/2019 academic year, it consists of two classes VII 1 and VII 2, each class consist of 23 students. The total population was 46 students. The researcher used purposive sampling technique. The total sample of this research was 23 students. The result of the data analysis showed that the students’ vocabulary achievement, in the pre-test was X1 = 55.5 and the post-test was X2 = 82.06. The result of the t-test value was (14.69) greater than the t-table value was (2.074). This indicates that the null hypothesis (H0) was rejected and the alternative hypothesis (H1) was accepted. In other word, after the treatment, it can be concluded that the mean score of the students’ pre-test is smaller than the mean score of the students’ post-test (55.5 < 82.06). It means that the use of CVC word can increase the students’ vocabulary mastery in English.

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The Use of Consonant Vowel Consonant (CVC) Word Game Strategy to Increase the Students’ Vocabulary at the Second Grade at SMP Ujung Pandang Makassar
How to cite this paper: Arma Amir Hamzah, M. Dahlan Bahang, Antonius Ali Wutun, Lina Arruan. (2020). The Use of Consonant Vowel Consonant (CVC) Word Game Strategy to Increase the Students’ Vocabulary at the Second Grade at SMP Ujung Pandang Makassar. The Educational Review, USA4(10), 179-184.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2020.10.001
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