Anterior Jurnal

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ISSN / EISSN : 1412-1395 / 2355-3529
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Fauziah Fauziah
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 75-81; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3228

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This CAR is a classroom action research that examines the improvement of the ability to write descriptive texts in class VII E SMP 2 Kumai students. The purpose of this study was to determine the improvement of compiling descriptive text through learning using appropriate mind map media for Indonesian descriptive text material based on the 2013 curriculum in Keels VII E of SMP 2 Kumai students. The classroom action research process is carried out in two cycles, each of which includes four main stages, namely planning, action, observation, and reflection. The instruments used are test and non-test. The test instrument is to get a score for the ability to write a descriptive text. The non-test instrument used by the researcher was a journal, an observation guide to obtaining data about students' abilities in writing descriptive texts. The results showed that the use of mind map media can improve students' writing descriptive text skills. The results of the analysis above show that the action hypothesis in this study is in accordance with the expectation that the use of mind map media can improve the ability to write a descriptive text. The results of this study can provide benefits for schools, teachers in the field of study, and students, especially those related to improving the ability to write descriptive texts.
Nurun Ni'Mah
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 118-125; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3220

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The aim of this study is to provide a literature review related to critical thinking indicators that can be used to develop the character of curiosity in the 2013 curriculum. This type of research is library research or literature study. In this study, the data sources were obtained from books, journals, or scientific articles relevant to the selected research topic. The data analysis technique used in this research is the content analysis method. The results of the study show that there are critical thinking indicators that can be used to develop the character of students' curiosity. This can be seen from operational verbs that can be used in critical thinking indicators, including "analyze", "generalize" and "evaluate".
Junaidi Junaidi
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 82-90; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3227

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This study aims to improve student activities and learning outcomes in Civic Education learning by applying the Team Assisted Individualization type of cooperative learning method. This research is classroom action research (CAR), which is reflective research by taking various actions to improve and enhance the learning process in the classroom. Data collection methods used in this study were observation, tests, and documentation. To analyze the data from the results of the activity observation sheet and the class average value using descriptive statistics. The results of the study show that learning Citizenship Education using the TAI type cooperative method can improve student activities and learning outcomes.
Agus Sujatmiko
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 56-64; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3231

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Teaching techniques and basic movement skills in sports to a large number of students requires a method that can cover the activity of all students in participating in the learning process. Also included in teaching basketball techniques, students must be active as a whole in receiving the material, especially if the material is in the form of mastering the basic skills and techniques of one sport. The teacher who plays the role of a researcher here wants to improve students' skills in practicing basketball shooting through the demonstration method. In the pre-cycle, an observation score of 48 was obtained, meaning that the students' basketball shooting skills were not good. Furthermore, researchers feel it is so important to carry out research using demonstration methods. In the first cycle, the observation results showed a score of 111, meaning that the students' basketball shooting skills were quite good. However, to make it more conducive for students' basketball shooting skills, the researchers wanted to carry out cycle II. In the second cycle, the observation results showed a score of 145, meaning that the students' basketball shooting skills were very good. In the student observation activity, the teacher assessed that students can make one-handed shots (One-hand Set Shot), students can do free throws (Free Throw), students can shoot while jumping (Jump shot), students can do hook shots ( Hook Shot) and students can do a Lay Up.
Sumedi Sumedi
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 31-35; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3236

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In semester 1, class IX students learn about plant reproduction. One of the characteristics of life is to reproduce as a goal to produce offspring. This is also done by plants. In general, there are two types of plant reproduction, namely generative and vegetative reproduction. The learning carried out in class IX of SMP Negeri 2 Kumai is not very conducive, it causes students' low understanding of reproduction in plants. Many students cannot understand the material. Based on the description in the previous chapter, the researcher concludes from the results of research conducted at SMP Negeri 2 Kumai that there is an increase in understanding of plant reproduction in Class IX of SMP Negeri 2 Kumai in students' understanding of plant reproduction. In the pre-cycle 8 students who finished learning, then increased in cycle 1 there were 22 students who finished learning and in cycle 2 it reached 27 students. The average value showed in the pre-cycle was 68.23, then increased to 78.92 in cycle 1 and became 81.92 in cycle 2. So the research with the problem "Improving Student Understanding About Reproduction in Plants Through Cooperative Learning and Picture Media in Classroom IX SMP Negeri 2 Kumai for the academic year 2019/2020" in the process and a period of time that is not short, cooperative learning and image media have a positive impact on students, namely class IX students can increase students' understanding of reproduction in plants.
Supanti Supanti
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 105-111; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3223

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The purpose of this study is to find out: 1. A scientific approach can improve students' ability to find the main idea of a paragraph in Class VI Semester 1 of the 2019/2020 Academic Year of SD Negeri 1 Bumi Harjo. 2. Using a scientific approach can improve students' ability to find the main idea of a paragraph in Class VI Semester 1 of the 2019/2020 Academic Year at SD Negeri 1 Bumi Harjo. Research Methods: This research was conducted at SDN 1 Bumi Harjo with 26 students as the subject. The procedure of this research is through planning, action, observation, and reflection. The technique of collecting data is through tests, observations, and documentation, while the data is analyzed through data reduction, data display, and data consolidation.
Lisma Sibarani
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 42-46; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3233

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In the pre-cycle, the number of students who completed learning reached 7 students. The average value has only reached 68, which means it is still below the KKM. The results of the observations showed a score of 39. This means that the activity of students in the class is not good. In the first cycle, the number of students who completed learning reached 19 students, the average value reached 78. This means that an effective scientific approach is used to improve student achievement in the material of similarity and congruence. In student observation activities, the teacher assesses that students listen to the material conveyed by the teacher, students look enthusiastic in participating in Mathematics learning material congruence and congruence, students can express their opinions, students ask questions about things they don't know and students can work in groups with other friends. The results of the observations showed a score of 85. It means that the activity of students in the class is quite good. However, in order to make it more conducive to learning Mathematics in terms of similarity and congruence, the researcher wants to carry out cycle II. In the second cycle, the number of students who completed learning reached 24 students, the average score was 85. This means that an effective scientific approach is used to improve student achievement in the material of similarity and congruence. Observation results show a score of 108. It means that the activity of students in the class is very good.
Harun Harun
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 47-55; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3232

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Physical education is an educational process that utilizes systematic, planned physical activities to develop and improve individuals organically, neuromuscularly, perceptually, cognitively, and emotionally within the framework of the national education system. The problem to be studied in this research is the improvement of physical education learning achievement for students by applying the inquiry method? (b) how is the effect of the inquiry method on students' learning motivation? The results of this study are (a) how is the improvement of physical education learning achievement in students after applying the inquiry method, (b) Knowing the motivation to learn physical education after applying the inquiry method. This research uses two rounds of action research. Each round consists of two stages: design, activity, and observation. Reflection and revision, the subject of this research are Class VI SDN 1 Marga Mulya students from the data obtained in practice test results observation sheets. From the results of the analysis, it was found that student learning achievement increased from cycle I to cycle II, namely, cycle I (65.38%), cycle II (96.15%) for the psychomotor domain, cycle I (69.23%). Cycle II (94.87%) for the affective domain. This study concludes that the inquiry method can positively affect the learning motivation of Class VI students at SDN 1 Marga Mulya, and the learning model can be used as an alternative to physical education.
Suratinem Suratinem
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 112-117; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3222

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This study aims to determine student learning outcomes in English subjects by applying text-based learning, increasing activity, and student learning outcomes. The results showed that the learning process using the Text-Based Learning model was BKOF (Building Knowledge of Field), MOT (Modelling of Text), and JCOT (Join Construction of Text). The implementation of the research from cycle 1 to cycle 2 has improved. This study shows that student learning outcomes have increased after the action. The percentage of students who have not completed continues to decline from cycle 1 to cycle 2 (from 26.47% to 8.82%). The percentage of students who have completed has increased from cycle 1 to cycle 2 (from 73.53% to 91.18%). The indicator of the success of this CAR is that this CAR is said to be successful if the percentage of students whose learning outcomes are assessed as complete reaches a minimum of 85%. The table shows that the percentage of students whose grades have been completed has reached 91.18%, so this CAR has been successful.
Diana Putri, , Dedy Setyawan
Anterior Jurnal, Volume 22, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.33084/anterior.v22ispecial-1.3273

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This research was carried out aimed at describing the factors causing the low learning outcomes of students during online learning using the application WhatsApp on science subjects. The method used in this research is a qualitative method with a type of case study. The data collection techniques used were observation, interviews, and documentation. The object studied was 3 students, class teachers, and triangulation of data on school principals, school operators (TU), and students' parents. The results of the research conclusions indicated that: (1) students were less interested in participating in online learning in science subjects. (2) Students do not like science subjects online. (3) the teacher only uses the WhatsApp application to carry out online learning. (4) the teacher only notifies and sends the material to be studied without being explained first. (5) the teacher always gives assignments to students so that it makes students dislike online learning. (6) the students are less motivated to take part in learning.
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