STUDENTS’ LEARNING PERFORMANCE WITH TRADITIONAL ASSESSMENT AND PROTFOLIO ASSESSMENT IN ENGLISH CLASS
Keywords: Student’s Learning Performance
AbstractThe goals of this study are to describe the student's learning performance using traditional evaluation and portfolio assessment, as well as to determine the difference between the two. Assessment is traditionally held at the end of a unit of study. Multiple-choice questions are used in traditional assessments, and students are asked to respond to the questions with short answers. Portfolio evaluation is a collection of student work that illustrates the story of a student's effort, development, or performance in a specific subject. Daily test results, organized tasks, anecdotal records, and reports of the student's extracurricular activities are all indicative of portfolio assessment. This study was designed after the fact. The population is made up of students from SMPN 35 Makassar's first class. Clustered random sampling is used to pick the sample. The researcher discovers that the mean of the class with traditional evaluation is 60.00 and the mean of the class with portfolio assessment is 70.31 based on the analysis. Using a t-test with a significance level of 0.05, it was discovered that tratio is more than ttable, that is tratio = 2.833 > ttable = 1.992, indicating that there is a significant difference between students' learning performance with traditional and portfolio assessments. It can be concluded that portfolio assessment improves student learning performance over traditional assessment.