IMPROVING STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY TROUGH SNOWING BALL IN DESCRIPTIVE TEXT

Nur Azizah, Odo Fadloeli

Abstract


The objective of this research study was to show how to improve the student’s vocabulary through snowing ball. Snowing ball is a way of presenting learning materials where students are formed in several heterogeneous groups to make a vocabulary. The data were obtained by the teaching and learning process, and analyze the student assessment results. The data collected were quantitative. The data analyzed from the control class value and experiment class value. The result of this research was showed the snowing ball method that used on this research will increase the average students’ score by 86%. It mean the snowing ball method on the control class is successful to improving the students’ vocabulary mastery. It also means the snowing ball method was successful to improve the student’s vocabulary. 

Keywords:  Vocabulary, Snowing Ball, Improvement.


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