Peningkatkan Hasil Belajar Siswa Pada Materi Matriks Menggunakan Model Pembelajaran Tipe Make A Match

  • Lidwina Maria Meo
  • Juwita Merdja
  • Ningsih Ningsih Flores university

Abstract

This study aims to see: (1) Student learning activities using the Make A Match learning model on the matrix material for class XI SMA Negeri 6 Kota Komba; (2) increasing the learning outcomes of class XI students of SMA Negeri 6 Kota Komba.This type of research is a classroom action research with a qualitative research approach. The subjects of the research were students of class XI SMA Negeri 6 Kota Komba with a total of 20 students. The learning model is make a match. The research procedure consists of 4 components, namely: planning (planning), implementation (acting), observation (observation), and reflection (reflectio). Data techniques in this study: (observation), (tests), and (documentation). The data analysis technique is descriptive qualitative.The results showed: (1) Student activity obtained through student activity sheets in cycle I showed the proportion of student activity was 65% with a total score of 39 which could be categorized as sufficient, and increased in cycle II with the proportion of student activity being 88% and the total score as much as 53 Can be categorized as very good. So the increase in student activity results increased from cycle I to cycle II with an increase of 23%; (2) Student learning outcomes in the first cycle after applying the Make A Match learning model showed that the average value obtained by class XI students of SMA Negeri 6 Kota Komba was 71, with the proportion of classical learning completeness that was 60% with the poor category. This shows that in the first cycle it has not reached the completeness category. The category of student learning completeness increased in cycle II with an average score of 90, with the proportion of classical learning completeness that was 95 /% with the very good category. So the achievement of increasing student learning outcomes increased from cycle I to cycle II with an increase of 35%.

Published
2021-07-31