Using anaphoric cueing to increase second grade students’ reading comprehension
Patricks Brayen Tinungki, Elisabeth Z Oroh, Nihta VF Liando
The study aims at describing the effect of anaphoric cueing to increase second grade student’s reading comprehension, by answering the research questions: Which has more significant effect on reading comprehension: anaphoric cueing or conventional reading strategy? This study involved two parallel classes of second grade at one junior high schools in South Minahasa. There were 30 students each in the academic year 2019/2020. The data in this study were collected using identification test in which in each item an anaphoric expression was underlined. The analyzed statistically using t-test for independent sample. Result of the analysis is the group with anaphoric cueing intervention outperformed that one treated using conventional teaching strategy. Thus, it could concluded that anaphoric cueing intervention positively affects reading comprehension.