Vol 9 (2021): Social Science Research
Articles

The Effect of Using Song on Students’ Achivement in Simple Past Tense at SMK Antartika 2 Sidoarjo


Yuanita Eka Puspita
Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia
Published April 30, 2021
Keywords
  • Song,
  • Media,
  • Simple Past Tense
How to Cite
Puspita, Y. E. (2021). The Effect of Using Song on Students’ Achivement in Simple Past Tense at SMK Antartika 2 Sidoarjo. Proceeding of The ICECRS, 9. https://doi.org/10.21070/icecrs2021885

Abstract

SongIn English making sentence in the correct language order is difficult for students because English is a forein language. In this research focus on simple past tense. This research was coducted on tenth grade students in SMK Antartika 2 Sidoarjo who have understanding problems in simple past tense. This research aims to determine wether there is a significant influence on students achievement in simple past tense. This study used the pre-experimental design with Wilcoxon Sign Rank test and saturated sample technique. The researcher use the song as media in delivery of simple past tense to make it easier to understand.

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