Fitri Novia (2016) Implementing Pow+www, What=2, H=2 Strategy To Develop Paragraph Writing
Writing is important skill t o acquire the language. Unfortunately, students face problems when they begin to write. POW+WWW, What=2, H=2 strategy can be used to help students enhance their knowledge about writing process. The purpose of this study was to prove whether or not there wa s a significant difference in writing paragraph between students who were taught by using POW+WWW, What=2, H=2 strategy and that of those were not. Quasi experimental method was applied. The sample was eight grade students which consisted of 82 students. Purposive sampling method was used to select the sample. Written test was used to collect the data. Content validity and inter - raters reliability were used. T - test was used to analyzed the data. Based on the calculation of independent samples t - test, it wa s found that the t - obtained ( 6.191) was higher than t - table (1.9901) and the à value (0.000) was lower than P value (0.05), the null hypothesis (H o ) was rejected and alternative hypothesis (H a ) was accepted. It meant that there was a significant difference in writing paragraph between students who were taught by using POW+WWW, What=2, H=2 strategy and that of those were not. Thus, POW+WWW strategy coulddevelop students‟ writing paragraph.
Keywords: POW+WWW, What=2, H=2 strategy, Paragraph, Writing .
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