MULTIMEDIA DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH VOCABULARY LEARNING IN PRIMARY SCHOOL

Syaiful Rohim, Aim and Lina, Yulinda (2014) MULTIMEDIA DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH VOCABULARY LEARNING IN PRIMARY SCHOOL. ICCE 2014, 1 (1). ICCE 2014 Organizing Committee, Japan, Nara. ISBN 978-4-9908014-1-0

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Abstract

This research study is aimed at: (1) developing multimedia of English vocabulary instruction in yearfive of the elementary school, (2) revealing the quality of the developed instructional multimedia viewed from the aspects of content, instruction, appearance, and programming, (3) revealing the aspect of attraction of the developed instructional multimedia, and (4) revealing the learning mastery of the students after using the developed multimedia. This study was developmental research. The research validators included one expert in English education and one expert in instructional multimedia. The research subjects consisted of three students for the one-to-one try-out and twenty students for the large group try-out. The instruments employed in this study were a questionnaire, observation guide, and pre-test and post-test. The data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics. The findings of the study are: (1) the development of English vocabulary instructional multimedia in year-five of the elementary school proceeded in six steps, namely, analyzing, designing, producing, validating, revising, and trying-out; (2) the quality of the developed instructional multimedia viewed from the aspect of content, instructional, appearance, and programming is good. The score range of 1 to 5, the content aspect shows a mean score of 3.75, the instructional aspect shows a mean score of 3.71, the appearance aspect shows a mean score of 3.87, and the aspect of programming shows a mean score of 3.75; (3) the aspect of attractiveness shows that the developed instructional multimedia was very interesting: in the one-to-one tryout, of the three students observed, two students indicated that the product attraction was very interesting, and one student indicated that the product attraction was interesting; in the large group try-out, of the twenty students observed, twelve students indicated that the product was very interesting, and eight students indicated that the product was interesting; and (4) learning by using instructional multimedia has good impact on students’ mastery learning: in the large group try-out, out of twenty students, nineteen students (95%) have accomplished mastery learning in the English vocabulary instruction.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: Mr aim Syaiful Rohim
Date Deposited: 15 Aug 2016 03:22
Last Modified: 21 Mar 2018 06:25
URI: http://repository.uhamka.ac.id/id/eprint/74

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