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IMPROVING STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION THROUGH STUDENT TEAM ACHIEVEMENT DIVISION (STAD) TECHNIQE Sapriani, Lita; Suhartono, Luwandi; Wardah, Wardah
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran Khatulistiwa Vol 8, No 11 (2019): Nopember 2019
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AbstractThis study was aimed to know how STAD technique improves the eighth grade students? reading comprehension at SMP Negeri 21 Pontianak in academic year 2017/2018. It was a classroom action research which was conducted in two cycles. Each cycle consisted of four components namely planning, acting, observing and reflecting. The research instruments were observation in form of observation checklist and field notes in order to describe the process while applying STAD technique in the classroom. In addition, she used measurement technique in form of reading test items to measure students? achievement. These reading test items including five aspects that helps students to improve their reading comprehension. These five reading aspects in terms of identifying main idea, identifying specific information, identifying reference, identifying inference and vocabulary. The result of this study that, the students improved their reading comprehension through STAD technique by discussing the issues proposed by the teacher in the reading text. Further more, they worked together in heterogeneous teams to get higher improvement point as their goal in each cycle. This condition created the compotitive athmosphere in the classroom. So, it increased students? motivation to comprhened the reading text.Keywords: Reading Comprehension, Classroom Action Research, STAD Technique
IMPROVING STUDENTS’ LISTENING COMPREHENSION ON NARRATIVE TEXT BY CARTOON FILM “MY LIFE AS A TEENAGE ROBOT” Saputri, Ega Ayu Dwi; Rosnija, Eni; Wardah, Wardah
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran Khatulistiwa Vol 8, No 9 (2019): September 2019
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AbstractThe aim of this research was to know how cartoon film ?My Life as a Teenage Robot? improved students? listening comprehension on narrative text. This research was conducted using Classroom Action Research in three cycles. The data were collected using field notes, teachers? interview and students? listening tests result. The participants were the English teacher and 20 students of X IIA class of SMAN 8 Singkawang in Academic Year 2018/2019. The result of this research showed that the listening activity using cartoon film ?My Life as a Teenage Robot? improved students? listening comprehension on narrative text from cycle 1 to cycle 3.  First, the cartoon films attracted the students? attention during the listening activity. Second, the students became more active to participate in discussion during the listening activity especially during the Introducing the Topic stage and Rewinding the Video stage. Third, the students were aware of their mistakes because of the correction from the teacher and the other students during the Rewinding the Video stage. Dividing the video into three parts helped the students to gather specific information and to answer the questions. Using pictures of the cartoon film during the Introducing the Topic stage trigged the students to brainstorm critically and creatively. Moreover, the mean score of students? listening tests increased and met the standard score (70). Keywords: Listening Comprehension, Narrative Text, Cartoon Film, Classroom Action Research
THE USE OF INSTAGRAM IN TEACHING WRITING DESCRIPTIVE TEXT Wahyuni, Siti Febry; Arifin, Zainal; Wardah, Wardah
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran Khatulistiwa Vol 8, No 10 (2019): Oktober 2019
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Abstract The research investigated the result whether implementing Instagram as a teaching media was effective in teaching students writing descriptive text or not. This was a pre-experimental research with one group pre-test and post-test design. There were 30 students of X Tata Niaga learning group who participated in this research. The date were collected by objective test and analyzed by t-test and effect size formula. According to the research findings, the null hypothesis (Ho) was rejected, while the alternative hypothesis (Ha) was accepted. The obtained t-value (3.615) was bigger than the critical value of r (1.699) by the degree of freedom 29. The effect size was categorized as strong effect since the ES value was 0.65 and bigger than 0.6. Everything considered, teaching writing descriptive text through Instagram, is significant and effective to year ? 10 of ?SMK Panca Bhakti? in Academic Year 2018/2019.  Keywords: Descriptive Text, Instagram, Writing.
PEMBIMBINGAN KADER PEMUDA MOTIVATOR PELESTARI LINGKUNGAN HIDUP Paisal, Yustin; Mahsyar, Abdul; Wardah, Wardah
JCES (Journal of Character Education Society) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Januari 2019
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Abstrak: Konferensi pemuda internasional yang diselenggarakan di Indonesia mengangkat isu lingkungan hidup. Presiden Joko Widodo (Jokowi) telah berkomitmen untuk memprioritaskan isu pemanasan global dan pelestarian lingkungan hidup. Indonesia sebagai salah satu negara besar di Asia Pasifik selalu menjadi barometer dalam mengambil kebijakan kawasan regional. Dalam banyak hal, Indonesia selalu menjadi negara bangsa yang punya posisi strategis dalam membangun koalisi kepentingan kawasan regional.  Indonesia sebagai salah satu negara besar di Asia Pasifik selalu menjadi barometer dalam mengambil kebijakan kawasan regional. Dalam banyak hal, Indonesia selalu menjadi negara bangsa yang punya posisi strategis dalam membangun koalisi kepentingan kawasan regional. Berkomitmen menjaga kelestarian ekosistem lingkungan hidup menjadi isu konferensi pemuda yang dilangsungkan di Kota Medan tahun 2019, dihadiri 20 pemuda-pemudi yang datang dari negara Asia Pasifik dan Eropa. Di Sulawesi Selatan, tim Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat (PKM), Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar, menggelar kegiatan pembimbingan Kader Pemuda Motivator Lingkungan Hidup.Abstract: International youth conference held in Indonesia raises environmental issues. President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has committed to prioritize the issues of global warming and environmental preservation. Indonesia as one of the major countries in the Asia Pacific region has always been a barometer in taking regional policy. In many ways, Indonesia has always been a nation state that has a strategic position in building a coalition of regional regional interests. Indonesia as one of the major countries in the Asia Pacific region has always been a barometer in taking regional policy. In many ways, Indonesia has always been a nation state that has a strategic position in building a coalition of regional regional interests. Committing to preserving the environment ecosystem became a youth conference issue that was held in Medan City in 2019, attended by 20 young people who came from Asia Pacific and Europe countries. In South Sulawesi, the Community Service Team (PKM), Makassar Muhammadiyah University, held an activity to guide Youth Motivators for the Environment
IMPROVING STUDENTS’ WRITING NARRATIVE TEXT BY USING PICTURE SERIES IN POWER POINT PRESENTATION Susanti, Yuni; Sutapa, Gatot; Wardah, Wardah
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran Khatulistiwa Vol 8, No 11 (2019): Nopember 2019
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AbstractThis thesis aimed to know the use of picture series in power point presentation in improving students? writing in narrative text to the tenth grade students of MAN 1 Pontianak. This study was conducted through classroom action research. The subject of this research was 40 students of class X A. The writer worked collaboratively with the English teacher in the class. The writer did three cycles in this research. The data collected through qualitative and quantitative approach. The result of this study showed that the use of picture series in power point presentation can improve the students? writing in narrative text. Based on the qualitative data, the use of picture series in power point presentation as the media in teaching and learning process helped the students to enjoy and get more attention to follow the lesson. Through picture series the students became more active and involved in teaching learning process. By looking at the order of the picture series in power point presentation the students were able to generate and develop their ideas. Based on quantitative data, the students also gained significant improvement in their writing performance. It could be seen that the students? writing ability improve from first cycle to the third cycle. It can be concluded that picture series in power point presentation proved the students? writing ability of tenth A grade students of MAN 1 Pontianak. Keywords: Narrative Text, Picture Series, Power Point Presentation
KARAKTERISTIK FISIK HABITAT TARSIUS (Tarsius dentatus) DI KAWASAN TAMAN NASIONAL LORE LINDU Krisnatalia, Ella; Wardah, Wardah; Ihsan, Moh.
Warta Rimba Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
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Sulawesi Island is a transition island from Asia and Australia continent. Sulawesi especially Lore Lindu National Park is a habitat of endemic and scarce animal such as tarsier (Tarsius dentatus). The population of tarsier is decreasing caused by its habitat has damaged from time to time. Therefore, it needs to conduct a research to know the physical characteristic of tarsier habitat. Some Information about the slope, temperature, light intensity might help the management of tarsius endemic animal. This research applied descriptive method that was conducted within field orientation to get information about the habitat of tarsier. Also, the data was gotten by asking the society around habitat of Tarsius dentatus. Based on the result of the research, the habitat or tarsier has 694m asl of height,with 10% slope. The air temperature around 20°C-28°C, with the air dampness around 70%-84,3%. Iluminitas level acepted from 2000lux up to 83000 lux. Keywords : Tarsier (Tarsius dentatus), Habitat, Lore Lindu National Park.
SIFAT FISIK TANAH PADA HUTAN PRIMER, AGROFORESTRI DAN KEBUN KAKAO DI SUBDAS WERA SALUOPA DESA LEBONI KECAMATAN PAMONA PUSELEMBA KABUPATEN POSO Tolaka, Wilman; Wardah, Wardah; Rahmawati, Rahmawati
Warta Rimba Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
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Land use and forest harvesting (timber and non-timber) could lead to the opening of ground cover. This activity would lead to disruption of physical properties, chemical and biological soil, especially in the top soil.The purpose of this study was to determine the physical properties of soil on different types of land use, i.e in primary forest, agroforestry and cocoa plantation in the sub-watershed Wera Saluopa which is part of the sub-watershed area of Maraoa Koronjongi. The study was conducted from May till July 2013, on the various types (primary forest, cocoa plantation and agroforestry land) for soil sampling, laboratory analysis of soil samples and analysis of data. Study site selection was purposive sampling where Saluopa Wera Sub-watershed, in the village of Leboni, District Puselemba Pamona, Poso Regency of Central Sulawesi.The results showed that the physical properties of the soil at various types of land use in the sub-watershed of WeraSaluopa have sandy loam soil texture, soil permeability varies from very slow (primary forest) to very fast (agroforestry), soil porosity from 49.93% (primary forest) to 54.04% (cocoa plantation) with high bulk density ≥ 1.0. Hence, the highest of soil organic matter was in primary forest(7.09) followed by cocoa plantation (5.86) and agroforestry land (4,12). Keyword : the physical properties, primary forest, Agroforestry, cacao plantation
DESIGNING “E-PON” TO TEACH NARRATIVE TEXT IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Maulana, Aziz; Ikhsanudin, Ikhsanudin; Wardah, Wardah
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran Khatulistiwa Vol 8, No 10 (2019): Oktober 2019
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AbstractThis research was conducted to design E-PON; an electronic presentation as a teaching and learning media of narrative text. The purpose of this research is to find out whether or not E-PON as the supplementary teaching media is useable to teach narrative text in twelfth grade students of senior high school. The form of this research is developmental research. This developmental research was conducted to produce innovate teaching material. The method of this research consists of four phases namely analyzing, designing, developing, and implementing or called ADDI. The designed product was completed by combining West Kalimantan?s local story with the electronic presentation to teach narrative text. The E-PON was designed for about 45 minutes. The completed research was implemented in the first semester of twelfth grade students in SMA Negeri 1 Sambas. There were 35 students who actively involved in this research. To sum up, it is found that E-PON is usable for teaching narrative text in twelfth grade students of senior high school.Keywords: Development Research, E-PON, Narrative Text
PENGARUH BERBAGAI INTENSITAS CAHAYA TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN SEMAI CEMPAKA (MICHELIA CHAMPACA L.) DI PERSEMAIAN Susilawati, Susilawati; Wardah, Wardah; Irmasari, Irmasari
ForestSains Vol 14, No 1 (2016): Desember
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Champak (Michelia champaca L.) is a flowering plant in the Magnoliaceae family that requires light as an energy source for photosynthesis. Low light intensity will adversely affected the plant growth. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of various light intensity levels on the growth of champak?s seedlings. It was carried out for three months, February to April 2016, at the Permanent Nursery of BPDAS Palu-Poso, Universitas Tadulako. Randomized Block Design was employed as the method, consisting of five treatments namely: I1 = Light intensity of 10%, I2 = Light intensity of 30%, I3 = Light intensity of 50%, I4 = Light intensity of 70 %, I5 = Light intensity of 90%. Each treatment consisted of two groups, namely Group 1 (seedling with 3-4 leaves) and Group 2 (seedling with 5-6 leaves), which were replicated six times, so there was a total of 60 seedlings as the samples. The parameters were the height, diameter, number of leaves, and leaf area. The results of this study indicated that before the seedlings reached 3-months after weaning, diverse light intensity levels insignificantly affected the observed parameters. Subsequently, it demonstrated the highest level of diameter (1.90 mm), leaf number (3.8 leaves), leaf area (291.01cm2), height (3.83 cm) were obtained by I1, I2, I4, and I5, respectively.
POPULASI FUNGI DAN BAKTERI TANAH DI HUTAN PEGUNUNGAN DAN DATARAN RENDAH DI KAWASAN TAMAN NASIONAL LORE LINDU SULAWESI TENGAH Sahara, Nanang; Wardah, Wardah; Rahmawati, Rahmawati
ForestSains Vol 16, No 2 (2019): Juni
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The microorganisms found in the forest soil are one of the factors that influence the formation of forest soil. In mountain tropical forests slow down soil formation processes as evapotranspiration decreases, chemical reactions are slower and densities of fungi and soil bacteria are fewer, whereas in lowland forests are rich in vegetation species, as well as hot and humid climate conditions. The purpose of this research is to know the population of fungi and bacteria of forest soil of mountains and lowland forest. The study was conducted from December 2017 to February 2018. This research started from field survey, determination of sampling point. Soil sampling was done on a plot with size 25 m × 25 m with a soil depth of 0-10 cm and composite soil sampling. This research uses descriptive analysis method. The results showed that the population of fungi and bacteria are different between the mountain forest (Nokilalaki) and lowland forest (Kamarora). The lowland forest soil higher of fungi (614 × 103 CFU g-1) and bacteria population (43.6 × 106 CFU g-1) then the mountain forest soil of fungi (188.8 × 103 CFU g-1) and bacteria population (7.36 × 106 CFU g-1).
Co-Authors Abd Rauf Abdul Hapid Abdul Mahsyar Adi, Tukul Rameyo Adnyani, Dewa Ayu Albert Rufinus Andaresta, Kasih Anden, Carollina Dara Angwar, Mukhamad Angwar, Mukhamad Anugerah, Angga Ariani, Dini Ariani, Dini Arifa, Nissa Armin Nursin Ary Prihardhyanto Keim, Ary Prihardhyanto Asriyanti, Asriyanti Assegaf, Husein Bambang Sutejo, Bambang Bau Toknok Bernadeta, Rusviana Budiman, Petrus Gito Clarry Sada Darhana, Darhana Darma, Angga Aditiya Daulay, Ridwan Muktar Dewi Wahyuni Dg. Masiri, Sudirman Eki Zikrullah, Eki Elhayat Labiro Ella Krisnatalia Emil Azlin, Emil Eni Rosnija Erwin Kurniawan Ester, Yanti Eusabinus Bunau Farsia, Lena Fauzia Fauzia Fuji Lestari Gatot Sutapa Hamka Hamka, Hamka Hanan Lanang Dangiran, Hanan Lanang Haranti, Mefa HARI PURNOMO Hermawan, Bayu Heryuningsih, Chelsy Husain Umar Ida Arianingsih Ikhsanudin Ikhsanudin Irmasari Irmasari Karlina, L Lola Karlina, L Lola Kartika Megawati Krisna, Daniel Surya Kurniatun, Fuji Kusuma, Novelia Meida Lapadjati, Karsapakyawan K. Lasa, Lasa Luwandi Suhartono Mahfud Mahfud Mahmud Mahmud Marjan, Marjan Maulana, Aziz Miftakhussolikhah, Miftakhussolikhah Miftakhussolikhah, Miftakhussolikhah Mirsa, Sitti Mogea, JP Mogea, JP Moh. Ihsan Muhamad Nikmatullah, Muhamad Muhamad, Ari Muhardi Muhardi Mursidin Mursidin, Mursidin Novisa, Dwi Lusi Nurjazuli Nurjazuli Oktavianti, Siti Paisal, Yustin Patmawati Patmawati, Patmawati Permatasari, Nur Indah Rahayu Apriliaswati Rahayu Rahayu Rahmawati Rahmawati RANE, MELVIN K DJAMI Regina Regina Retno Wulandari Rezeki, Sri Yanti Ridwan Ridwan RIDWAN, M SIHAB Rini Savitri Daulay, Rini Savitri RNH, Ervika RNH, Ervika Rusli Rusli Rusmalita, Santa Sahara, Nanang Saldi Saldi, Saldi Sapriani, Lita Saputri, Ega Ayu Dwi Sjamsul Arief, Sjamsul SUDARSONO SUDARSONO Sudirman Dg Massiri Susiana Susiana Susilawati Susilawati Sustri Sustri Sutapa, Y. Gatot Sutriyani, Sutriyani TATANG SOPANDI Teguh Saputra Tongka, Gretty Natalia Tongka Natalia Ummulmadinah, Aulia Uray Salam Wahyuni, Siti Febry Wawan Sujarwo Wilman Tolaka Wisman Dalimunthe, Wisman Y. Gatot Sutapa Y Yanti Sri Rezeki Yudi Pranoto Yunda, Andi Atrianingsi Yuni Susanti Yusran Yusran Zainal Arifin Zulkaidah, Zulkaidah Zulkaidhah Zulkaidhah, Zulkaidhah