The Effectiveness of Brainstorming and Brainwriting Strategies to Teach Writing for Students with High and Low Interest in the Academic Year of 2019/2020

  • Aditya Astu Bhairawa Student of English Department Department of Semarang State University https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1991-5492
  • Abdurrachman Faridi Lecture of English Education Department of Semarang State University
  • Rudi Hartono Lecture of English Education Department of Semarang State University
Keywords: Brainstorming, Brainwriting, Writing Skills, Students’ Interest

Abstract

The aim of this research is to investigate how effective was brainstorming and brainwriting strategy to teach writing to students with different interest. This paper showed that the result of experimental research on writing skills to students with high and low interest at MTs Ma’arif Nu 1 Kembaran. A 2x2 factorial design of experimental research was used to collect the data from 60 students which divided into two groups; they were experimental group one and experimental group two. They were treated with different strategies: Brainstorming and strategy and Brainwriting strategy. The instrument of this research was observation checklist, questionnaire, and test (pre-test and post-test). The data was analysed using ANOVA to prove the hypothesis. The result showed that brainwriting was more effective to teach writing to students with high and low interest. Based on the analysis of ANOVA, there were no interaction among strategies, writing skills and students’ interest.

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Published
2021-03-31
How to Cite
Bhairawa, A. A., Faridi, A., & Hartono, R. (2021). The Effectiveness of Brainstorming and Brainwriting Strategies to Teach Writing for Students with High and Low Interest in the Academic Year of 2019/2020. International Journal of High Education Scientists (IJHES), 2(1), 47-58. Retrieved from https://ijhes.com/index.php/edu/article/view/133