Improving English Reading Comprehension Ability through Survey, Questions, Read, Record, Recite, Review Strategy (SQ4R)

  •  Nurul Khusniyah    
  •  Yumna Rasyid    
  •  Ninuk Lustyantie    


The aim of this study is to examine the effect of the survey, questions, read, record, recite, review (SQ4R) strategy of the reading comprehension ability students of 2nd semester. The research study was used action research method. The sampling was taken by 34 students. The validity of data used credibility, transferability, dependability, and conformability. Reading comprehension ability achievement questions prepared by the researcher. It was used as the data collecting tool. These questions were implemented to both groups before the experiment. Independent sample t-test was used for data analysis. The result of the study that t-test result is t-stat (11.3)> t-table (1.997). It means that there is a significant difference was found in English reading comprehension ability in favour of the students who studied reading comprehension before and after the use of the SQ4R strategy.

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