Expository Text Structure: A Strategic Visual Representation in Enhancing the Reading Comprehension Skills of the Learners

Musamus Journal of Primary Education

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Title Expository Text Structure: A Strategic Visual Representation in Enhancing the Reading Comprehension Skills of the Learners
Struktur Teks Ekspositori: Representasi Visual Strategis dalam Meningkatkan Keterampilan Pemahaman Membaca Peserta Didik
 
Creator Oteda, Patricia Mae
Fabellon, Argelle Kay
Toquero, Cathy Mae Dabi
 
Description Expository Text Structure strategy addresses the informational structure of the text that provides students with a feasible way to analyze through a visual representation of the text which creates an understanding of the basic part of the expository text. This study was carried out through a quasi-experimental design or two group pre-test post-test designs to determine the effectiveness of the Expository Text Structure strategy on the reading comprehension of the students. The researchers developed a reading comprehension test to gather data and were analyzed using percentage rate, frequency count, percentage mean, and t-test for independent samples. Results revealed an increase in the result of the experimental group than the control group after the application of the intervention. Therefore, there was a difference in the reading comprehension level of the pupils in both groups. The change between pre-test and post-test scores of both groups was significantly different. Hence, the study concluded that the Expository Text Structure strategy was significantly effective in enhancing the reading comprehension skills of the students. This offers pedagogical implications such that the Expository Text strategy can be applied to increase the comprehension of the students.
Strategi Struktur Teks Ekspositori membahas struktur informasional dari teks yang memberikan siswa cara mudah untuk menganalisis melalui representasi visual teks yang menciptakan pemahaman tentang bagian dasar teks ekspositori. Penelitian ini dilakukan melalui desain quasi eksperimen atau two group pre-test post-test design untuk mengetahui keefektifan strategi struktur teks ekspositori terhadap pemahaman bacaan siswa. Peneliti mengembangkan tes pemahaman bacaan untuk mengumpulkan data dan dianalisis menggunakan tingkat persentase, jumlah frekuensi, rata-rata persentase, dan uji-t untuk sampel independen. Hasil menunjukkan terdapat peningkatan hasil kelompok eksperimen dibandingkan kelompok kontrol setelah penerapan intervensi. Oleh karena itu, terdapat perbedaan tingkat pemahaman bacaan siswa pada kedua kelompok. Perubahan antara nilai pre-test dan post-test dari kedua kelompok berbeda secara signifikan. Oleh karena itu, penelitian ini menyimpulkan bahwa strategi Struktur Teks Ekspositori efektif secara signifikan dalam meningkatkan keterampilan pemahaman bacaan siswa. Hal ini menawarkan implikasi pedagogis sehingga strategi teks ekspositori dapat diterapkan untuk meningkatkan pemahaman siswa.
 
Publisher Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Musamus University
 
Date 2021-04-29
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ejournal.unmus.ac.id/index.php/primary/article/view/3339
10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3339
 
Source Musamus Journal of Primary Education; Musamus Journal of Primary Education Vol 3 No 2 (April, 2021); 104-114
2622-7819
2622-7800
10.35724/musjpe.v3i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ejournal.unmus.ac.id/index.php/primary/article/view/3339/1863
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Patricia Mae Oteda, Argelle Kay Fabellon, Cathy Mae Dabi Toquero
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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