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ISSN 2301-5837

Vol. 3 / No. 1 / Published : 2014-02

Order : 4, and page :27 - 35

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Original Article :

Comparison of english narrative writing produced by bilingual and that by non-bilingual class at smp negeri 4 surabaya

Author :

  1. Winda Septiani Putri*1
  2. Jurianto*2
  1. Mahasiswa Fakultas Ilmu Budaya
  2. Dosen Fakultas Ilmu Budaya

Abstract :

The widespread use of English as an international language in the world has influenced many aspects of education. One of the aspects is associated with the application of a two-class system, bilingual and non- bilingual class. This study is concerned with writing products in second language writing, which aims to compare the narrative writing in English produced by bilingual and non- bilingual students at SMP Negeri 4 Surabaya. In this study, the writer collected the data using qualitative method with 74 respondents, students from two groups: bilingual and non- bilingual classes that were asked to make narrative text about folklore. The writer analyzed and assessed the written products by using analytic rubric theory proposed by Bayreli and Ari (2009). In the analysis the writer focused on language and expression properties. Finally, the written products were related to the process of teaching writing in second language writing by using the theory proposed by Seow (2002). Based on the analysis, the writer found most of the narrative texts produced by bilingual students can be said to belong to the category of average to good in each part of language and expression properties. On the other hand, the narrative texts produced by non-bilingual students tend to belong to the category of poor to average almost in each part of language and expression properties.

Keyword :

analytic rubric, bilingual, narrative text, second language writing, teaching english writing,

References :

Beyreli, L and Ari, G.,(2009) The use of analytic rubric in the assesment of writing performance: Inter-rater concordance study. 105-125. : Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice

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