Improving Reading Comprehension Using Jigsaw Technique In The Third Semester Of English Department STKIP PGRI Ngawi In Academic Year 2017/2018

Asmara Nengke A

Sari


The objection of this study is to describe the implementation of jigsaw technique to improve students’ reading comprehension by using jigsaw technique at the third semester students of English Education Department of STKIP PGGRI NGAWI in the academic year of 2017/2018 and to know the enhancement of students’ reading after being taught by using jigsaw technique. The design of this study is classroom action research that was conducted in two cycles with four activities in each cycle, they are planning, acting, observing, reflecting. Preliminary study was also done before this study was conducted.
The result of this study showed that using metacognitive instruction could improve students’ reading comprehension. It can be seen from the enhancement of students’ test result that improved in every cycle. The result of the study also showed that jigsaw technique could improve the students’ reading comprehension at the third semester students of English Education Department of STKIP PGGRI Ngawi in the academic year of 2017/2018.

Keyword: jigsaw technique, Clasroom action research and reading comprehension


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