THE EFFECTS OF CONSTRUCTIVIST LEARNING STRATEGY USING FACEBOOK ON WRITING ACHIEVEMENT, PERCEPTION, AND MOTIVATION OF EFL STUDENTS ; PENGARUH STRATEGI PEMBELAJARAN KONSTRUKTIFIS MELALUI FACEBOOK TERHADAP PRESTASI, PERSEPSI DAN MOTIVASI MENULIS MAHASISWA JURUSAN BAHASA INGGRIS

Karimuddin, Karimuddin (2016) THE EFFECTS OF CONSTRUCTIVIST LEARNING STRATEGY USING FACEBOOK ON WRITING ACHIEVEMENT, PERCEPTION, AND MOTIVATION OF EFL STUDENTS ; PENGARUH STRATEGI PEMBELAJARAN KONSTRUKTIFIS MELALUI FACEBOOK TERHADAP PRESTASI, PERSEPSI DAN MOTIVASI MENULIS MAHASISWA JURUSAN BAHASA INGGRIS. S3 thesis, Universitas Negeri Makassar.

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ABSTRACT This study aimed at investigating the difference of writing achievement, perception, and motivation of the second semester students Sembilanbelas November University Kolaka on using constructivist learning strategy with facebook and those without facebook. Researcher formulated research questions as follows: (1) Is there any difference in writing achievement of the students using constructivist learning strategy with facebook and those without facebook?; (2) Is there any difference in perception of the students using constructivist learning strategy with facebook and those without facebook?; and (3) Is there any difference in motivation of the students using constructivist learning strategy with facebook and those without facebook? This study was a quasi experiment used a non-equivalent pre-and-post test control group design. On the experimental class, constructivist learning strategy with facebook was applied and on the control class, constructivist learning strategy without facebook was followed. The study was conducted at the second semester students of English Department. The population of the study was all the second semester students of English Department in academic year 2013 to 2014. Sample of the study was 80 students of class A and B. Students in group A was chosen as an experiment class and group B was decided as a control class. Researcher used writing test and close- ended questionnaire strongly agree, agree, undecided, disagree, strongly disagree to gather the data of the study. The result of writing and questionnaire tests were analyzed using SPSS. The study revealed that there were any difference on writing achievement, perception, and motivation between students in experiment and control classes. The mean score of students’ writing achievement in experiment class was 7.41(good) while in control class was 6.91 (fair). It mean that the students on the experiment class were more successful than those who in control class. The students’ perception towards constructivist learning strategy and writing materials in experiment class were better than those in control class. It could be seen on the mean score was 2.17 (bad) in experiment class and in control class was 1.77 (bad), while the mean score of students’ perception towards writing materials in experiment class was 3.87 (good) and 2.00 (bad) in control class. Meanwhile, the students’ motivation in experiment class was higher than in control class. It could be described that the mean score of students’ motivation in experiment class was 3.07 (enough) and 1.97 (bad) in control class, while mean score of students’ motivation towards writing materials in experiment class was 2.62 (enough) and 2.12 (bad) in control class. It obtained t count was -3.89 with its freedom 78 and P value achieved 0.000. So, for the hypothesis used showed that value of , namely 0.000 < 0.05 caused H0 rejected. It could be stated that students using constructivist learning strategy with facebook were more successful, have better perceptions, and high motivations than those without facebook. Key words: Writing, Constructivist learning strategy, Facebook, Achievement, Perception, and Motivation.

Item Type: Thesis (S3)
Subjects: PASCASARJANA > PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INGGRIS - (S3)
Divisions: PROGRAM PASCASARJANA
Depositing User: UPT PERPUSTAKAAN UNM
Date Deposited: 12 Jun 2017 02:59
Last Modified: 12 Jun 2017 02:59
URI: http://eprints.unm.ac.id/id/eprint/2580

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