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  • 1. IMPROVING STUDENTS’ WRITING COMPOSITIONS THROUGH WEBLOGGING
    Researched by AnikNunukMulyani
    Presented by Imam Fauzi
  • 2. Background of Study
    • The research conducted at University Negeri Malang
    • 3. The researcher is the lecturer at University Negeri
    Malang
    • The participants are The Students at the Faculty of
    Education, departments of Civic Education.
  • 4. Problem Questions
    How the use of weblogs may influence the result of students’ writing composition and perception?
    How the weblog can improve the students’ writing composition?
  • 5. Objectives of Study
    To examine the influence of Weblogs to the students’ writing compositions.
    To improve students’ writing compositions
  • 6. Introduction
    Writing becomes one of the skills that should be
    possessed because it plays an important role in
    academic life of students. Therefore weblog as a new
    Strategy required to promote students’ skill in writing
  • 7. Method of Study
  • 8. There are five types of the study instruments:
  • 9. Finding and Discussion
  • 10.
  • 11. Conclusion
    The study finds that the utilization of
    weblog in teaching of writing is considerably
    promising. The data shows that the weblog
    assist the students of non-English department
    to improve their writing skills.