THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING COOPERATION READING AND COMPOSITION (CIRC) TOWARDS WRITING ACHIEVEMENT ACROSS STUDENTS’ SELF-EFFICACY AT SMAN 16 PEKANBARU

  • Wanda Azizah Universitas Islam Negri Sjech Djamil Djambek Bukittinggi
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Keywords: Self-Efficacy, Writing and Cooperation Reading and Composition (CIRC).

Abstract

This study proves the Effectiveness of Using Cooperation Reading and Composition (CIRC) on Writing Achievement in All Students' Self-Efficacy. Researchers conducted this research at SMAN 16 Pekanbaru. The purpose of this research, the researcher wants to prove, is there any influence from CIRC in arousing students' self-efficacy in writing. Which is the population for this study namely eleventh grade students, and for the sample the students in class XI MIPA-1 and XI IPS-2. And for the sampling technique the researcher used a purposive method. The type of research that researchers use is quasi-experimental design. For this study, researchers will measure students' self-efficacy using the CIRC method in learning to write. And the results show that there is no effect of this method in increasing students' self-efficacy in learning to write.

Author Biography

Wanda Azizah, Universitas Islam Negri Sjech Djamil Djambek Bukittinggi
Mahasiswa Uin Sjech M. Djamil Djambek Bukittinggi. Jurusan Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris Angkatan 2019

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2022-12-11
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