THE INFLUENCE OF IMAGINE, ELABORATE, PREDICT, AND CONFIRM (IEPC) STRATEGY ON STUDENTS’ READING SKILL
AbstractThis research aimed to know whether the IEPC strategy influences the students’ reading skills. The writer used the quasi-experimental method as a research design. The population of this research was the eight grade students of State Junior High School 20 Bandar Lampung. In collecting the data, the writers used a multiple choice test. To analyze the data, the writers used the t-test formula. The result of the t-test was 6.25 which is higher than the t-table. Therefore, there was an influence of the IEPC strategy on the students’ reading skills.
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