A classroom action research at the second year students of indonesian maritime academy aipi makassar

Nur Aeni(1*), Selvi Panggua(2), St. Asriati(3),

(1) Indonesian Maritime Academy AIPI (AMI AIPI Makassar), South Sulawesi, Indonesia
(2) Toraja, Christian University of Indonesia (UKI,Toraja), South Sulawesi, Indonesia
(3) Muhammadiyah University of Makassar (UNISMUH Makassar), South Sulawesi, Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author



Abstract


This research aimed to find out the improvement of the students’ literal comprehension dealing with main ideas and sequence of details and interpretive comprehension dealing with conclusion. To explain the improvement, the researcher used a classroom action research (CAR) which was conducted in two cycles in which every cycle consisted of four meetings. The location of this research was taken at Nautical class AMI AIPI Makassar with a number of the subject was 25 students. The research findings indicated that the application of Cross Group Reporting Strategy was significant in improving the students’ reading comprehension in narrative text in terms of literal comprehension and interpretive comprehension. It was proved by the mean score of cycle I was 66.4. It was classified as fairly good. Then it was improved to be 81.1 and it was classified as good in cycle II. They are higher than theme a score of diagnostic test namely 51.3 which was classified as poor. The students’ mean score activeness in teaching and learning process, in cycle I is 66% and cycle II is 79.5 %. The students’ improvement from the cycle I to cycle II is 13%. Based on the explanation, the researcher concluded that the application of Cross Group Reporting Strategy was improving the students’ reading comprehension in narrative text in terms of literal comprehension and interpretative comprehension

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reading narrative, comprehension, improvement, Akademi Maritim Indonesia AIPI Makassar

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