COOPERATIVE VS PROJECT-BASED LEARNING IN TEACHING WRITING NARRATIVE TEXT

Ningtyas Orilina Argawati
Ratih Inayah

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Writing is one of four basic skill which becomes a point of attention to this research. It is due to the lack of capability of students especially in vocational high school to communicate through written text. Two methods had been chosen to be implemented to the students; cooperative learning and Project-based learning. The aim of this research is to know whether or not there is a significant difference between those two methods. The  population used was ten grade students of a vocational high school in Cimahi, while the samples were two classes; one as an experimental class and the other as control class. The result from pre-test and post-test showed that there is significant difference between those two classess. Cooperative learning seemed to be more eeffective since the method gave the opportunity for the students to work as a group as well as project-based learning did. However, in cooperative learning, students did not work without teachers’ guidance. It means that even though students need to be given chance to work freely, they still need teachers as the guidance for their earning activity.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22460/p2m.v7i1p20-28.1508

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