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EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCHByNorma Anggraeni Rahayu6-D102122137
DEFINITION According to Frankle, Jack R. And Norman E.Wallen., Experimental research is unique in twovery important respe...
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXPERIMENTALRESEARCH Comparison of GroupAn experiment usually involves two groups ofsubjects an experi...
KINDS OF EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH According to Suharsimi, Arikunto (P.123) Campbelland Stanley divided the kinds of experime...
KINDS OF EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH Pre-Experimental DesignDesigns that are “weak” do not have built-incontrols for threats to...
KINDS OF EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH True-Experimental Design The Randomized Posttest-Only Control GroupDesign The Randomized...
PROCEDURES According to Arikunto, Suharsimi, the way to makean experiment research are:1. Determining the problem of rese...
PROCEDURES Determining the problem of researchArikunto, Suharsimi says “memilih masalah penelitian adalah suatulangkah aw...
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  1. 1. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCHByNorma Anggraeni Rahayu6-D102122137
  2. 2. DEFINITION According to Frankle, Jack R. And Norman E.Wallen., Experimental research is unique in twovery important respects: It is the only type ofresearch that directly attempts to influence aparticular variable, and when properly applied, it isthe best type for testing hypotheses about cause-and-effect relationships.
  3. 3. CHARACTERISTICS OF EXPERIMENTALRESEARCH Comparison of GroupAn experiment usually involves two groups ofsubjects an experimental group and a control orcomparison group. Manipulation of The Independent VariableIn this characteristic, the researcher activelymanipulates the independent variables. RandomizationAn important aspect of many experiments is therandom assignment of subjects to groups.
  4. 4. KINDS OF EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH According to Suharsimi, Arikunto (P.123) Campbelland Stanley divided the kinds of experimentalresearch into two kinds, there are; PreExperimental Design and True ExperimentalDesign.
  5. 5. KINDS OF EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH Pre-Experimental DesignDesigns that are “weak” do not have built-incontrols for threats to internal validity. One-Shot Case Study The One-Group Pretest-Posttest Design The Static-Group Comparison The Static-Group Pretest-Posttest Design
  6. 6. KINDS OF EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH True-Experimental Design The Randomized Posttest-Only Control GroupDesign The Randomized Pretest-Posttest Control GroupDesign The Randomized Solomon Four-Group Design Random Assignment with Matching
  7. 7. PROCEDURES According to Arikunto, Suharsimi, the way to makean experiment research are:1. Determining the problem of research2. Writing the research Background3. Formulating the problems4. Formulating the Aims of the Research
  8. 8. PROCEDURES Determining the problem of researchArikunto, Suharsimi says “memilih masalah penelitian adalah suatulangkah awal dari suatu kegiatan penelitian”. Writing the research BackgroundIt is important for the researcher to write the research background intheir research. It makes clear that their research appropriate torealize. Formulating the problemsIn the experiment research, before the researcher starts hisresearch, he has to start make a plan. Formulating the Aims of the ResearchThe researchers have to formulate the aims of the research

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