Penulis Utama : Nungki Aninditya Meilia Alkhusna
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NIM / NIP : K.2208088
Tahun : 2013
Judul : An Error Analysis On The Surface Strategy In Descriptive Text Writing Made By The Eighth Grade Students Of Smp N 1 Mojolaban In The 2012/2013 Academic Year
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Imprint : Surakarta - F.IKIP - 2013
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Sumber : UNS-F.IKIP Jur Bahasa Inggris-K.2208088-2013
Jenis Dokumen : Skripsi
Abstrak : This research aims to: (1) find out the types of errors on the surface strategy made by the eighth grade students of SMP N 1 Mojolaban; (2) find out the percentage of errors on the surface strategy in descriptive text writing made by the eighth grade of SMP N 1 Mojolaban; and (3) find out the causes of errors made by the eighth grade students of SMP N 1 Mojolaban. The method used in this research is descriptive method. The research was carried out to the eighth grade students of SMP N 1Mojolaban on September 16th, 2012. From the population, there were 32 students of class VIII D taken as the sample by using cluster random sampling. In collecting the data, the writer used writing test on descriptive text. Then, the data are analyzed by using error analysis procedure which consists of collecting the data, identifying students’ errors, classifying errors, explaining errors based on the sources of errors, and evaluating errors. The result of the study shows that the errors made by the students based on surface strategy are classified into omission, addition, misformation, and misordering. The writer found 430 total errors consisting of 161 or 37.45% errors of omission, 97 or 22.56% errors of addition, 155 or 36.08% errors of misformation, and 17 or 3.95% errors of misordering. Omission error is the most frequent errors made by the students. It is followed by misformation error, addition error, and misordering error. The factors causing errors made by the eighth grade students of SMP N 1 Mojolaban are: (1) Interlingual transfer which is caused by the interference of their mother tongue with 96 errors or 22.32%; (2) Intralingual transfer which is negative transfer within target language (English) with 331 errors or 76.98%; and (3) Context of learning which is related to the classroom with its teacher and its material in the case of teaching and learning with 3 errors or 0.7%. Hence, the teacher should minimize the causes of errors by considering those errors and try to overcome students’ problem in writing.
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Pembimbing : 1. Dr. Ngadiso, M. Pd
2. Hefy Sulistyowati, S. S, M. Pd
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Fakultas : Fak. KIP