TEACHING GRAMMAR-IN-CONTEXT AND ITS IMPACT IN MINIMIZING STUDENTS’ GRAMMATICAL ERRORS

Yadhi Nur Amin

Abstract


This study is conducted to determine the
effectiveness of teaching grammar-in-context to
minimize students‘ grammatical errors in writing. The
design of the study was a quasi-experimental with a
non-randomized pretest-posttest control group. The
samples of the study were taken from the population of
the tenth-grade students. The control group was taught
by conventional grammar which was separately given
with writing skills. Likewise, the experimental one was
treated by teaching grammar-in-context. The results of
the study showed that the mean score in the post-test
was higher than that in the pretest; and the mean score
of experimental group increased 16.20 point after the
treatment. This result indicated that teaching grammarin-
context is considered to be effective in minimizing
students‘ grammatical errors in writing.

Keywords: grammar-in-context, grammatical errors


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