A Survey on Vocabulary Learning Strategies Used by The Students at SMP Muhammadiyah Palangka Raya

Murdewi Murdewi


The research was carried out in order to identify students’ vocabulary learning strategies to learn English at SMP Muhammadiyah Palangka Raya. The sample were taken based on purposive sampling. This research used quantitative approach. The research design of this study was survey research. The data were analyzed using Ms. Excel and SPSS 24 Program. These reserach subjects were 55 (fifty) students of class VIIIB and class VIIID at SMP Muhammadiyah Palangka Raya. The data were analyzed using Ms. Excel and SPSS 24 Program. The data in this research collected by using questionnaire as main instrument. The result of the study showed that the higher interval of learning strategies that choose student is learning strategies in memories strategies got ≥74% interpretation of interval. The lower interval of learning strategies that choose student is learning strategies in social strategies got ≥72% interpretation of interval


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