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Journal : JURNAL SMART

ANALYSING THE STUDENTS’ GRAMMATICAL ERROR ON WRITING NARRATIVE TEXT Janah, Miftahul
JURNAL SMART Vol 1, No 2 (2015)
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Abstract This qualitative study described about grammatical error on students narrative writing. The participants were the second semester students of STKIP Muhammadiyah Pringsewu Lampung in academic year 2013/ 2014. In collecting data,this study uses forms with general, emerging questions to permit the participant to generate responses. Then, gathering word (text) from the participants, and collecting information from individual of participants. Data analysis tends to consist of text analysis, to involve developing a description and themes, then interpretation tends to sonsist of stating the larger meaning of the findings. After analysing the students writing, it was found that most of mistakes made by students were: missing subject, missing be in simple predicate, wrong simple predicate missing be, superfluous be, misinformation of passive form, the verb comes after the subject, pronoun form, agreement, and reference. Key Word: Grammar,Grammatical Error, Writing Skill, Narrative Text
IMPROVING STUDENTS’ WRITING ABILITY THROUGH STORYBOARD Janah, Miftahul
JURNAL SMART Vol 3, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : STKIP Muhammadiyah Pringsewu

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This study is a classroom action research which intended to improve students’ writing ability through Storyboard. The participants were the fourth semester students of English Department of STKIP Muhammadiyah Pringsewu in academic year 2014/ 2015. The instruments used in collecting data were observation, questionnaire, and documents.  Observation is used to know what is really happening in the class and the condition when the class activity is taking place. Questionnaire is used to know the students’ perception towards Storyboard in improving their writing ability, and documents is used to get students’ written texts. Then, 1) assembling the data, 2) coding the data, 3) comparing the data, 4) building meanings and interpretations, and 5) reporting the outcomes, are the steps in analyzing the data. Having analyzed the data, it was found that there was improvement of the students’ activeness in writing activity and in writing ability.
HOW DO STUDENTS LEARN WRITING EASILY Janah, Miftahul; Tristiana, Novita Eka
JURNAL SMART Vol 5, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : STKIP Muhammadiyah Pringsewu

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This CAR intends to improve students’ writing ability. The data were collected through questionnaire, observation, and documents. Assembling the data, coding the data, comparing the data, building meanings and interpretations, and  reporting the outcomes were the steps to analyze the data. The result showed that there was improvement on stdents’ writing ability, that was in cycle 1, the mean score was 63.28, and  70.97 in cycle 2.  The questionnaire data was also showed that 47% students strongly agreed and 33% of them agreed that Collaborative Writing Technique could encourage them to write and help them to improve their writing ability.