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American Journal of Educational Research. 2018, 6(9), 1301-1305
DOI: 10.12691/education-6-9-9
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Developing Learning Media of Cirebonese Language

Ahmad Ripai1, , Basuki Wibawa1, and Asmaniar Z Idris1

1Jakarta State of University

Pub. Date: September 26, 2018

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Ahmad Ripai, Basuki Wibawa and Asmaniar Z Idris. Developing Learning Media of Cirebonese Language. American Journal of Educational Research. 2018; 6(9):1301-1305. doi: 10.12691/education-6-9-9

Abstract

This study employs the research and development model of Borg & Gall and Dick & Carey involving students of SMPN 4 Kota Cirebon. This study aims to develop Cirebonese language learning media for the junior high school of the eleventh-grade students. To find out the results of the content of media, instructional design and instructional media experts validation were conducted. In addition, individual, group, and field try out were conducted.The data regarding the quality of the product were collected through questionnaire then analyzed by using descriptive analysis of qualitative and quantitative descriptive analysis. The try-out process involved the experts of Cirebonese language media and instructional design. It also involved six students an individual (one to one) try out, fifteen students for group and thirty-four students for the field try out.The results showed, first, because t, 3,0569E-18 or = 3.0569 x 10-18 or = .000000000000030596 smaller than t table at a significance level (α) amounted to 2.034515 0.05, then it rejects Ho and accepts Ha. It can be concluded that the Cirebonese language learning using developed instructional media is effective in improving students' learning outcomes. Second, the mean scores after using the media of Cirebonese language learning showed higher (better) than before using learning media of Cirebonese language. It is shown in the table Paired Sample Statistics, where the mean score before using media language learning Cirebon amounted 50.44117647 while the mean score after using learning media of Cirebonese language amounted 65.88235294. This means that learning media of Cirebonese language has a positive effect. Third, because the learning media of Cirebonese language had a positive influence, so that the decision to develop a program learning media Cirebonese language ensures to have practical significance.

Keywords:
development learning media Cirebonese language

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