Achievement in classical completeness difficult to achieve learning outcomes. Realities encountered in the field associated with independent ability students of SMK generally have difficulty to achieve the learning outcomes wich independent and this is triggering decrease students' enthusiasm for learning a student of SMK, So that learning in the form of lecture methods not enough to form the character of students One of the opportunities to provide experience to students in the formation of character is by using the method of character basic recitation independent of analyzed. With the application of these methods aim to improve student achievement. This research is action research PTK with the method of character basic recitation independent of analyzed on each classroom action research cycle - each cycle consists of planning, action, observation and reflection.This study used a descriptive qualitative. For an object of this research is the grade XI TKR I SMKN 1 Kanor-Bojonegoro on standard of competence clutc system with a research instrument in the form of sheets of observations and recitation tests were analyzed.. Student learning outcomes can be achieved if students can achieve mastery ≥ 80% in learning on each learning objective. The results showed that the ability of teachers to RPP prepare and scenarios cycle I and cycle II achieved an average yield of 3,8 % classified as good, the ability of teachers to implement the RPP and Scenarios cycle I and cycle II achieved an average yield of 3,7% considered good criteria , student activity cycle I and cycle II achieved an average yield of 3,8% classified as good criteria, and to response of students achieved 85.2% the criteria very well classified, while the learning outcomes of students prior to the implementation of the method the number of students 29 students, the number of students who there are a total of 20 students completed the percentage of 74%. After the application of research results in the first cycle of students who pass as many as 22 students with a percentage of 76%, and the results of research on the second cycle students who pass as many as 25 students with a percentage of 86.3%.