The Effect of Climbing Grammar Mountain Game on Students' Writing Achievement

Authors

  • Isnaini Azizah UIN
  • Shynta Amalia Universitas Islam Negeri STS Jambi
  • Muhammad Iqbal Ramdhani Universitas Bina Darma
  • Faiqah Mahmudah Universitas Islam Negeri STS Jambi

Keywords:

Climbing Grammar Mountain Game, Recount text, Writing Skill.

Abstract

The objective of this research is to find out whether or not there is a significant effect of using climbing grammar mountain game on students writing achievement of the eighth-grade students at MTsN 2 Batanghari. This was quantitative research that was conducted with a quasi-experimental design. The subjects in this research were 39 students. The study result showed that the mean of the post-test score (56.62) was higher than the mean of the pre-test score (51.69) in the experimental class. The p-value in the paired sample t-test was less than 0,05 (0,002<0,05). It shows that the result was significantly different. As a result,  was accepted. It shows that students' writing ability improved significantly before and after being taught through the climbing grammar mountain game. The p-value for the independent sample t-test in the equal variances assumed and not assumed cases was (0,007<.0,05). It shows that has been accepted and has been rejected. It shows that there was a significant difference between the students who were taught using the climbing grammar mountain game and those who were not.

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Author Biographies

Shynta Amalia, Universitas Islam Negeri STS Jambi

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Faiqah Mahmudah, Universitas Islam Negeri STS Jambi

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Published

2022-11-16

How to Cite

Azizah, I., Amalia, S., Iqbal Ramdhani, M., & Mahmudah, F. (2022). The Effect of Climbing Grammar Mountain Game on Students’ Writing Achievement. International Journal of Education Research and Development, 2(2), 61–66. Retrieved from http://e-journal.yayasancec.or.id/index.php/corolla/article/view/25

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