Probable Passage Strategy in the Tenth Grade: Teaching Students’ Narrative Reading Comprehension


The study’s objective was to determine whether or not employing probable passages in the classroom had a substantial impact on the reading comprehension success to the tenth grade students in Palembang. The tenth graders in a senior high school in Palembang made up the study's population. The author employed a quasi-experimental design for this investigation. Purposive sampling was used to choose the study's sample. The control group and the experimental group were chosen by the author. There were 74 students’ total, with 37 individuals in the control and experimental groups, respectively. The duration of this investigation was about two months. Twelve meetings were present.