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IMPROVING STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY
USING REALIA
(A Classroom Action Research at the Fourth Grade Students of
SD Negeri Kalimacan Sragen in Academic Year 2008- 2009)

By:

Dwi Wantini
K2204024

A THESIS
Submitted to Teacher Training and Education Faculty of Sebelas Maret
University as a Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement to Gain the
Undergraduate Degree in English Education

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION FACULTY
SEBELAS MARET UNIVERSITY
SURAKARTA
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APPROVAL

This thesis has been approved by the consultants to be examined by the board of thesis examiners of Teacher Training and Education Faculty of Sebelas Maret
University.

Approved By:

Consultant 1

Consultant 2

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APPROVAL OF EXAMINERS
This thesis has been examined by the Board of Thesis Examiners of Teacher
Training and Education Faculty, Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta and accepted as one of the requirements for getting an Undergraduate Degree of
Education in English Department.
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Drs. A. Handoko Pudjobroto
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4. Examiner II :

Endang Setyaningsih, SPd, M.Hum

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19800513 200312 2002

Teacher Training and Education Faculty
Sebelas Maret University of Surakarta
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ABSTRACT
Dwi Wantini. K2204024: IMPROVING STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY
MASTERY USING REALIA (A Classroom Action Research at the Fourth
Grade



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