publication . Article . 2017


Yusri Yusri; Emzir Emzir;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2017 Journal: IJLECR - INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE EDUCATION AND CULTURE REVIEW, volume 3, pages 29-34 (issn: 2406-8586, eissn: 2461-131X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universitas Negeri Jakarta
THE EFFECTS OF LEARNING MODELS AND LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE ON THE PERSUASIVE WRITING SKILL Experiment Study at English Study Program, State Polytechnic of Sriwijaya Palembang YUSRI ABSTRACT The objective of this study is to know the effects of learning models (problem solving and project based learning) and linguistic intelligence (high and low linguistic intelligence) on the students of persuasive writing skill of the fourth semester students  of English Department, State Polytechnic of Sriwijaya Palembang, in the academic year of 2016-2017. This research applied experimental research with treatment design by level 2 x 2 . There were 40 students as the sample a...
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free text keywords: problem solving, project based learning, Experimental research, Mathematics education, Psychology, Linguistic intelligence, Persuasive writing, Treatment design, Learning models, Project-based learning
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