The Use of Guided Writing Technique To Enhance The Students’ Writing Skill

Bibit Purnomowati, Martono Martono, Ellisa Indriyani Putri Handayani


This research is written to describe whether guided writing technique can enhance the students’ writing skill and class situation. It was conducted at second-grade of Junior High School 1 Puring. The research method used in this study is a classroom action research which was conducted in two cycles. Each cycle consisted of planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. The research data were collected through observation, field notes, photographs, interview, questionnaire, and tests (pre-test and post-tests). The technique of analyzing the data consisted of assembling the data, coding the data, comparing the data, building interpretation and reporting the outcomes for the qualitative data. While the quantitative data were analyzed by comparing the mean scores of pre-test and post-tests. The results of this research show that the use of guided writing technique could enhance students’ writing skill and class situation.


Writing;Guided Writing Technique;Classroom Action Research

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