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STUDENT WORKSHEETS FOR ARABIC COMPOSITION MATERIAL BASED ON ERROR ANALYSIS THEORY
Corresponding Author(s) : Abdul Hafidz Zaid
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 8 No. 3 (2020): May
Purpose of the study: This study aims to produce Composition teaching material to improve Arabic writing skills for students class II Kulliyyatul al-Mu’allimin al-Islamiyyah Al-Iman Putra Islamic Institution in the form of an exciting, fruitful Student Worksheet exercise, drawing assignments and their feasibility as an alternative step in solving the students’ mistakes in structuring Arabic sentences.
Methodology: In collecting data, researchers used the method of Documentary, Observation, Test, and Questionnaire, so that this research instrument was the result of Composition santri, observation guidelines, test questions, and questionnaires. To analyze the data collected, researchers used a descriptive percentage formula and t-test formula.
Main Findings: The results of the Student Worksheets trial arranged can effectively improve the ability of students in composition. This is evidenced by the significant increase in value from the comparison of the difference between the pre-test and post-test scores after the teaching material is applied, which results in a t-test score of 7,740 and is greater than the price of the t table of 2.704. Also, this worksheet is very popular with students because it can facilitate them in developing Arabic language markers.
Applications of the study: Analysis of language errors as an applied linguistic theory can be used in which results are used as remedial material in the form of interesting teaching materials and following the abilities and development of students at that time.
Novelty/Originality of the study: Student Worksheet is teachers can use one of the teaching materials it’s serving students in developing the ability of composition in the learning environment. This research provides a positive contribution for teachers that the development of worksheets as important teaching materials in the learning process.
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