“If you can organize your kitchen,
you can organize your life.”

The Comparative Study On The Students' English Competence Between Class Four And Class Three

Moh. Bahrun Mustofa, NIM: 3213003037, The Comparative Study On The Students' English Competence Between Class Four And Class Three Intensive At Pondok Modern Babussalam Madiun 2003/2004, A Thesis, Submitted to The English Departement of STAIN Tulungagung, Under Supervision of Dra. Hj. Retno Indayati, M. Si., 2004.
Key Trem: English Competence, Class Four, Class Three Intensive
 
English is an international lingua franca had become the global communication device, and widely spoken by so many people in all six continents, and in so many areas of every day life that is roll as the language of the world might seem  assured and permanent. Any body can in principle contact any body else any where in the world, but in practice they can do this, only if they are sufficiently proficient in  English Pondok Modern Babussalam. That was declared in 1986 has been taking a deep an attention toward teaching of foreign language, especially Arabic and English, but since it is establishment, Pondok Modern Babussalam has applied Arabic and English as the daily conversation language and teaching medium up to this present time.
 
Statement of Problem: 1. What the difference between class four and class three intensive at Pondok Modern Babussalam? 2. What is the leaning teaching process  in both two class? 3. Are they any difference of the student competence in reading, speaking, listening and writing, between them at Pondok Modern Babussalam
 
Purpose of Study: 1. To know whether there is a different class four and class three atPondok Modern Babussalam in English competent. 2. To know the English teaching leaning process in both two classes.  3. To know whether there is difference of the student competence in reading, speaking, listening and writing between class three intensive and class four at Pondok Modern Babussalam.
 
Research Methodology: 1. Research Design: descriptive quantitative, 2. Population: All students of class four and class three intensive. 3. Sampling Technique: purposive random sampling. 4. Sample: Take 50% from class four and class three intensive. The total numbers are 40 students. 5. Method of Data Collection: observation and the test. 6. The Procedure Of Collecting Data: documentation, interview and observation. 7. Try Out of Test’s Questions: presented. 8. Technique of Analysing Data: statistical analysis. 
 
The result of study: 1. The student of class four and class three intensive different of formally school. 2. There is significant difference between class four and class three intensive at teaching learning process. 3. The significant different in English competence between class four and class three intensive student of KMI appears in listening and writing.