The Student’s Reading Interest Of The Sixth Grade Student’s Of Sd Negeri Lam Awee

Riski Maulana, Suryani Suryani, Putri Dini Meutia, Mulyani Mulyani


The purpose ofthis study was to know the obstacles of students reading, in improving and knowing the difficulties of students at the time of reading.It was a qualitative study that uses one class to be interviewed. The population in this study was sixth grade students of SDN Lam Awee and the sample consisted of sixth grade students. The data was analyzed using technique Miles and Huberman Theory Framework. It could be concluded that first, most of the students were like to read.The finding showed that the students believed that reading can facilitate them in the learning processin order to be smarter and have more creativity and could increase their knowledge deeper and broader. Second, the primary factor that influence their reading interest was the kind of reading materials or genre of book.Third, the sources of reading materials also be the factor that influence the students’ reading interest. The students mostly interesting to read manually and visit the library in order to maintain their reading activities.

Keyword: Reading Interest.

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