A SUPPLEMENTARYCONTEXTUAL READING MATERIALS FOR SEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS

Syf. Mastura, Ikhsanudin ., Urai Salam

Abstract


This research was intended to design a model of reading teaching materials using procedure texts to facilitate the students learn the procedure texts materials in grade VII SMP Negeri 4 Ketapang West Kalimantan Province. The research method used in this research was development research, the procedures of designing material in this research includedneed analysis, gathering and selecting reading materials, evaluating the selected materials,designing and developing the material based on the contextual teaching and learning approach, applying the material design. The subjects in this research were 22 students, where 12 were female and 10 were male in trying out the model. The tools of data collecting in this research was interview guide and observation sheet. After three cycles of development-evaluation-revisions the researcher and two evaluators came to an agreement that the materials were usable.

Keywords: supplementary, and contextual reading materials

 

Abstrak: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendesain sebuah model materi mengajar untuk kemampuan membaca menggunakan teks prosedur untuk memudahkan siswa untuk mempelajari teks di kelas VII SMP Negeri 4 Ketapang Provinsi Kalimantan Barat. Metode penelitian yang digunakan di dalam penelitian ini ada lab development research, prosedur-prosedur mendesain materi adalah need analysis, mengumpulkan dan memilih materi membaca, mengevaluasi bahan yang sudah terpilih, mendesain dan mengembangkan matei berdasarkan pendekatan contextual teaching and learning, dan mengaplikasikan materi. Subjek penelitiannya adalah siswa yang berjumlah 22 orang. Alat yang digunakan dalam pengumpulan data adalah pedoman wawancara dan lembar observasi. Setelah tiga siklus dari pengembangan-pengevaluasian-perbaikan peneliti dan dua penilai bersama-sama memutuskan bahwa materi tersebut dapat dipergunakan.

Kata kunci: tambahan, danmaterimembacakontekstual


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