• Bunga Nur Kholifah Universitas Majalengka
  • Chandra Siti Rahmatun Nazilah Universitas Majalengka
  • Esa Nur Fadilah Universitas Majalengka
  • Hana Fauziyah Universitas Majalengka
  • Wafda Raudhatul Hilyah Universitas Majalengka
Keywords: Students’ ability, writing skills, descriptive text


In teaching English there are several skills that need to be developed, including listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills. This study aims to determine the students' ability to write descriptive text in the context of EFL. Students can interact with academic writing, especially descriptive text. This research uses a descriptive case study In terms of selecting Participant, there are 5 students in the first semester of English Department Universitas Majalengka who are involved in this research. Researchers conducted tests to assess students' ability in writing descriptive texts. As a result, two out of five students achieved good grades, which on average passed the minimum competency criteria (KKM) of 75. Most of the students had a lack of vocabulary, as evidenced by the vocabulary scores that got the lowest score from the other criteria. So students need a lot of practice both at home and in courses.

How to Cite
Kholifah, B. N., Nazilah, C. S. R., Fadilah, E. N., Fauziyah, H., & Hilyah, W. R. (2022). STUDENTS’ ABILITY IN WRITING DESCRIPTIVE TEXT. Prosiding Seminar Nasional Pendidikan , 4, 355-359. Retrieved from