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  • Improving Short Story Writing Ability Using Experiential Learning Model
           for Class 11th Student of Smk Maarif Pringsewu during The Covid-19

    • Authors: Alista Vurnianti, Siti Samhati, Iing Sunarti
      Pages: 1 - 7
      Abstract: Aims: One alternative to solving problems in improving writing skills in class XI students at Maarif Pringsewu Vocational School during the covid-19 pandemic is to implement an experience-based learning model. The purpose of this research is to improve students' ability to write short stories using experiential learning models during the Covid-19 pandemic. Study Design: This research is classroom action research (CAR) which is carried out in three cycles. The subjects in this study were class XI students of SMK Ma'arif Pringsewu, Pringsewu Regency as many as 21 students. The place of this research is SMK Ma'arif Pringsewu, Pringsewu Regency. In cycles I, II, and II the researchers applied the experiential learning model. The data collections technique in this study used observation, documentation and writing test. The analysis technique in this study used quantitative by distribution frequency.  Results: The experiential learning model could improve students' ability to write short stories. The increase in students' ability to write short stories can be seen from the level of mastery of students who reach MPC 75 in learning to write short stories in the first cycle as many as 2 students (9.5%), in the second cycle students who reach MPC 75 increase by 13 students (61.9%) and in the third cycle, students who achieved MPC 75 increased by 19 students (90.5%) or had succeeded in achieving the expected target, which was > 75% of the total number of students.
      PubDate: 2022-05-09
      DOI: 10.9734/jsrr/2022/v28i530516
  • Morphological and Productive Evaluation of Mombasa Grass as a Function of
           Phosphate, Nitrogen and Biostimulant Application

    • Authors: Bruno Henrique di Napoli Nunes, Igor Ricardo Barbosa Teixeira, César Henrique Borges Gomes, Daniella Inácio Barros, Mariana Senna Quirino, Helber Veras Nunes, Ricardo Alencar Libório, Paulo Victor Gomes Sales, Liomar Borges de Oliveira, Luis Fernando Pereira de Sá, Caíque Rodrigues Alves, Geovana Rodrigues Barbosa, Fred Wallison Gomes Ribeiro
      Pages: 8 - 13
      Abstract: Nitrogen when applied to the surface, suffers losses by volatilization. Therefore, one of the ways to reduce this loss is to use substances that delay the hydrolysis of NH3. The objective of this study was to evaluate the physiological characteristics of Mombasa grass as a function of nitrogen sources associated or not with volatilization inhibitors (ASP4) and nitrification (CTN). The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse, UFT - Gurupi, in DBC, with six treatments and five replications, being: SN1 - Sulfammo without ASP4; SN3 - Sulfammo + 6kg/ton of ASP4; NC1 - Sulfammo + CTN without ASP4; NC3 - Sulfammo + CTN + 6kg/ton of ASP4, URE - Urea and control without nitrogen. It is note point that all treatments received 100 kg ha-1 of N. The following parameters were evaluated: Chlorophyll A, Chlorophyll B, Total Chlorophyll, internal CO2 concentration, transpiration rate, stomatic conductance, CO2 assimilation rates, water use efficiency, and instantaneous efficiency of ribulose enzyme (RUBI) carboxylation Data were analyzed by MANOVA, using the main component technique (PCA) using the R® 3.5 software. According to the PCA scores, the productive characteristics are CloB; CloA; CloTO. ASSI, RUBI showed the highest variations, all positive, both in PC1 and PC2. The treatments that most influenced the characteristics were NC1 and NC3, demonstrating an inverse tendency to the controls. Crop development was significantly influenced by urea and sources with and without inhibitors.
      PubDate: 2022-05-14
      DOI: 10.9734/jsrr/2022/v28i530517
  • E-payment Challenges: The Genesis and Remedies to the Problem

    • Authors: Daniel; S. Oladepo, Olumide, S. Adesina, Oluwabunmi. O. Olaniyan
      Pages: 14 - 19
      Abstract: Switching between internet solutions in an organization can be challenging, mainly if it affects the core operations and running of the organizations, such as e-payment. It becomes problematic when the role of e-government is not properly considered in an organization. In this study, the school fees e-payment project of a Nigerian University and the losses incurred due to the lack of incorporation of ICT- government into the e-payment process was evaluated. This study recommends good outsourcing, corporate and ICT governance practices such as the incorporation of frameworks like the Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT) and IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL), can be integrated to minimize such problems. This would help any University to avert likely losses.
      PubDate: 2022-05-16
      DOI: 10.9734/jsrr/2022/v28i530518
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